- About Us
Q: What kind of services do you offer?
Q: What is your clientele?
A: Adults between 18 and 65 years of age inclusively residing in Montreal and surrounding areas.
Individuals living with emotional or psychological difficulties associated to a specific problem (ex: isolation, life transitions, abuse, loss, psychiatric malaise, etc.). Please click here for more information on our clientele.
Q: How much do your services cost?
A: Free. A nominal yearly administrative fee is required at the moment of integration into a service.
Q: What is the frequency of your services?
A: Weekly. Duration: 2 hours for groups and 1 hour for individual sessions.
Q: How long does a service last?
A: Regular Season: Begins in the Fall (September, October or November) and concludes at the end of Spring of the following year (April, May or June).
Groups: Run for approximately 6 to 9 months, except for the long-term groups that are offered throughout the year.
Individual Sessions: A maximum of 20 consecutive sessions are offered.
Group and individual services offered by students are of a variable duration according to the practicum agreement and the availability of the student, or according to the student employment program.
Q: Do you offer services in the evening?
A: The majority of our services are offered during the day. However, depending upon human and financial resources, it is possible that services are offered in the evening.
Q: What is the waiting period for your services?
A: The average waiting period for our services is between six months and one year.
Q: Must I be referred by a health professional?
A: No referral is required.
Q: Where are you situated and how can I get there?
A: 405 Terrasse Newman, office 210, LaSalle (Quebec) H8N 2Y9
Borough of LaSalle (corner Dollard / blvd Newman, buses 106, 113, 123 and 495).
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Q: How can I register?
Q:How can I participate in your services?
A: Our services are by appointment only. Prior to integration into a service, each person is invited to an individual evaluation meeting by a member of the clinical staff. A person can participate in one service at a time at the Centre.
Q: How can I make a donation to the Centre?
A: Giving a donation is a great way to support our work.
Alternately, if you wish to donate by cheque, please make it payable to:
Expression LaSalle and send it to: 405 Terrasse Newman, office 210, LaSalle (Quebec) H8N 2Y9