COUNSELLING CAN HELP!
Counselling is a process whereby individuals, couples, and families are encouraged to explore difficulties that they may have to obtain self-knowledge, emotional acceptance. The support of a Counsellor will help you to progress through and beyond your difficulties. When you need an extra help to handle life events, confusion, multiple overwhelming, or uncertainty, we are here to listen with love and compassion. Our clients will be accepted, understood, and guided to find their purpose.
Sr. Gerardine (Ger) Curran, is a sister of the congregation Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ). She is from Ireland. She joined the FCJ Centre resource team in the fall of 2015. Ger has worked as a counsellor for the past 27 years in various settings. Before that she served as school administrator and teacher in a high school in Ireland. She is a member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Before qualifying as an accredited Counsellor, Ger completed a master’s degree in Family Counselling from the University of Iona, New York. Since coming to Canada, Ger is working in the areas of counselling, interfaith matters, and helping refugee families. She is a member of Calgary Interfaith Council and Calgary Council of Christian and Jews.
AREAS OF COUNSELLING
Work Related Issues
Grief and Loss
There is no fixed charge for Counselling (this is a subsidized service). However, a suggested tax-deductible donation of $80.00 per hour is recommended, negotiable as need may warrant. If you would like a brief conversation with a Counsellor before making an appoinment, please contact the FCJ Centre at (403) 228-4215, or EMAIL.