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The team at A Child's Song includes trauma informed, attachment based and adoption competent therapists who have a wide variety of specialized skills and training.

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We are so excited to announce a new opportunity for BIPOC youth beginning in March. Parker Johnson will be offering 1-1 mentorship sessions via ZOOM after school on Thursdays and Fridays. 

Parker is an adoptee from Savannah, Georgia who has grown up on the Traditional Territories of the Lekwungen People. In 2019 he founded This is Table Talk, beginning as a men’s circle and soon expanding into a community platform as a way to decolonize conversations within his local community through communal events, school presentations and mentorship.

Parker’s goal is to remind people that they have a voice and it is worth hearing. One of the most powerful ways he can do this is through mentoring youth with whom he shares similar life experiences as an adoptee in a transracial family. Parker is excited to offer mentorship to BIPOC youth in collaboration with A Child’s Song. 





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COVID-19 Update

In an effort to keep our team and everyone else in our various communities safe we will be moving all of our counselling sessions to Teletherapy immediately. Our team has been training and preparing for this over the past few weeks and are ready to embrace this new way of providing therapy. Most of the interventions we offer in the office can be successfully delivered through the use of secure and high quality video. While it might seem different at first we encourage you to give it a try and see the benefits for yourself.

If you booked sessions prior to this change one of our client care members will be contacting you shortly to set up Teletherapy for your family. Please ensure that you are on our mailing list and connected with our Facebook page as we will be using these forms of communication to offer updates as well as support for families during this time. We are excited to launch some short online webinars with relevant topics for foster and adoptive parents very soon!

We know this will be a challenging time for many families. We will be accepting new referrals and providing immediate support for both parents and children during the coming weeks. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need to meet with one of us.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 604 562-8308 or

Be safe. Be well.

ACS Team