Counselling and Psychotherapy In Person in North Bay or Virtual

Counselling and Psychotherapy

At the WayShower Clinic, Counselling services and Psychotherapy sessions are both in-person and virtual, and are client-centered and evidence-based.

Dr. Waterfall ensures your experience is individualized, and is designed to meet your unique needs. She offers individual, couple, family, and group counselling, as well as circle work facilitation. Contact Barbara today for more information.


Dr. Waterfall’s fees for Counselling and Psychotherapy services are $150 CAD per hour, with an additional $25 CAD cost for each additional 15 minute period.

Dr. Waterfall’s areas of specialty are in:

  • Addictions recovery
  • Trauma healing
  • Grief work
  • Diversity
  • Marginalization & oppression
  • Cross-cultural practices
  • Wholistic and spiritually-informed practices

The modalities that Dr. Waterfall practices are:

  • Cognitive
  • Somatic
  • Gestalt
  • Narrative
  • Brief-Solution-Focused
  • Resiliency
  • Strengths-Based
  • Family Systems
  • Indigenous-Centered
  • Wholistic (Mind, Emotion, Body and when desired Spirit)

People who can benefit from Dr. Waterfall’s services:

  • First responders and their families
  • People who are experiencing, and/or impacted by vicarious trauma, or compassion fatigue
  • People who are experiencing marital or relationship difficulties
  • People who are experiencing job burnout, and/or desire to make a career and/or significant life style change
  • Persons dealing with Anxiety, PTSD, Complex Trauma and Grief
  • Members of the LGBTQ2+ community, and in particular people who are questioning
  • Members of the BIPOC community who are dealing with microaggressions and/or healing from intergenerational trauma, or grief
  • People who are mixed-race, and are desiring to understand sense of self and place in the world
  • People who are deeply committed to recovery from addiction(s) and co-dependency, and to working to uncover and work through unresolved emotional and issues
  • People who desire to explore and to expand upon their spiritual development, inclusive of people who come from multi-faith traditions (e.g. Christian, traditional Indigenous, New Age, Abrahamic, Buddhist, or Hindu)
  • And people who are asking questions about the purpose of life.
A photo indicating a diverse group of people who could benefit from counseling and psychotherapy.