Family Support and Counselling
Randy Ketterling, MEd., Psychotherapist
About Randy Ketterling:
Randy Ketterling, MEd. has been a practicing Psychotherapist for over 15 years. Randy has worked in a wide variety of mental health settings, and has specialized training in cognitive behavioral therapy. Randy has a B.A. in Psychology (University of New Brunswick), a degree in Secondary Education (McGill University) and a Master’s Degree in Applied Clinical Psychology (University of Toronto).
Randy will see adults, families, children and teenagers in his practice with specific expertise in the treatment of adolescent and children’s mental health issues. Randy has a specific interest in anti-violence programming in the school environment; he consults regularly in this area and has worked extensively with children and teens who have experienced severe bullying. He has lectured extensively, and is an experienced group therapist, horticultural therapist and has planned and facilitated a number of wilderness treatment programs. Randy is a retired High School Teacher having received his certification in the province of Quebec.
Randy is experienced in treating depression (including self injury), eating disorders, anxiety disorders (including OCD), post traumatic stress disorder/abuse, ADHD, anger, grief issues, substance misuse, and youth involved in anti-social activities/legal involvement, and those with serious behavioral concerns. Randy has worked extensively in the area of parenting support for caregivers with troubled children.
Addiction Services of York Region
1-800-263-2288 & 905-841-7007 Ext. 322
ASYR offers drug, alcohol, gambling assessments, out-patient counseling and continuing care for residents of York Region ages 12 and up
Association of Parents Support Group
Parents helping parents with troubled adolescents
Child & Adolescent Crisis Program
Southlake Regional Health Care Centre
Children’s Aid Society of York Region
Kids Help Line
Mental Health Services of York Region
905-853-8477 & 905-773-6049
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Children’s Mental Health Ontario
York Region Health Services
Free telephone service to obtain health information confidential counseling and links to community programs and services available
York Regional Police
905-895-1221 or 1-866-876-5423 www.police.york.on.ca
Ontario Block Parent Program Inc.
A program which provides a network of police screened, easily recognized safe homes in communities for children, and community educational support material and information
Learning Disabilities Association of York Region 905-884-7933
Provides information and resources for children with learning disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents
1-800-704-0448 & 416-410-5128