Welcome to Yukon Counselling and Psychotherapy

Aware of the need for increased access to mental health services for Yukon residents, including LGBTQQ2S+ folx as the Hon. Jeanie McLean communicated in the Government of Yukon's 2021 LGBTQ2S+ Inclusion Plan, we officially launched our online / electronic-based counselling and psychotherapy practice (i.e., online video or telephone services only). Not sure if online therapy is right for you? Click here to learn more.

Through a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive lens, we offer individual therapy for issues related to anxiety and depression, gender and sexuality, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and trauma in addition to couples therapy.

All Yukon residents seeking positive change are welcome and encouraged to get in touch with us by email (info@yukoncp.ca) or telephone (+1-867-687-3463).

Are you a mental health professional seeking in-person employment opportunities in the Yukon? Get in touch with Adam (adam@yukoncp.ca). Click to view Current Employment Opportunities here.

Please note that we are not a crisis service.

If you are in crisis or in need of immediate attention, contact your local emergency call centre (911) or Crisis Services Canada:


Our Services

Specialties and Areas of Focus

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Behaviour Management
  • Body Image
  • Career Counselling for Educators
  • Coping Skills and Strategies
  • Depression
  • Dysphoria
  • Eating Disorders
  • Educational Issues
  • Frustration
  • Gender Identity
  • Gender Transition
  • Grief
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Life Transitions
  • Men's Issues
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Relationship Counselling
  • Separation Divorce
  • Sexuality (LGBTQQ2S+)
  • Spirituality
  • Stress
  • Trauma
  • Women's Issues

Cancellation Policy

When you book a session, your clinician reserves their time for you. In the event that you will be unable to keep an appointment, please notify your clinician at least 24 hours in advance, so that someone else may utilize the time. Similarly, when your clinician is unable to keep the appointment with you, they will give you more than a 24-hour notice and rebook to another date and time.

In the case whereby you are unable to provide 24-hour cancellation notice (e.g., you cancel an appointment on the day of the appointment [i.e., the same day] or do not show up for a scheduled appointment), unless for emergency reasons (e.g., medical or family emergencies), you will be charged the fee for your session and payment will be required at your next scheduled session.

Note: Employee Assistance Programs and other insurance-based programs will not reimburse you, the client, for missed appointment costs.

Employment and Practicum Opportunities

Thank you for exploring employment opportunities with Adam Terpstra Psychotherapy Professional Corporation.

We are currently seeking to hire a registered mental health clinician (i.e., Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Social Worker (MSW/RSW), Registered Psychologist) for in-person individual and relationship counselling at our Toronto, Ontario, Picton, Ontario, and Whitehorse, Yukon offices.

To learn more about these office sites, please visit https://cwcp.ca/, https://peccp.ca, and https://yukoncp.ca. To learn more about the specific positions, check out the job posting here:

Ready to apply? Do so by selecting the "Apply Now" button below:

Practicum Opportunities: Exciting practicum opportunities await you!

Practicum opportunities are available with start-dates of September 2024, January 2025, April / May 2025, and September 2025.

We have in-person practicum placements in Picton, Toronto, and Yukon Territory (one for each location).

Don't miss out on this transformative experience! Select the "Apply Now" link below and choose "Full Practicum Experience" in the Program Information section.

Looking for an External Supervisor? Select the link below and choose "External Supervisor" in the Program Information section.

Land Acknowledgement

Yukon Counselling and Psychotherapy is located on the traditional territory of the Selkirk, Taa'an Kwächän, and Kwanlin Dün peoples.

We recognize that Indigenous communities experience higher rates of mental health issues and we strive to offer mental health services that are culturally informed and mindful of the specific issues impacting Indigenous communities. We strive to increase accessibility to mental health services through our collaborative work with NIHB / IRS RHSP and our federal charity Bridging With Support.

We acknowledge that many past and current counselling practices have been impacted, influenced, and shaped by colonialism. Through continuing education and supervision from Indigenous leaders in our field, we hope to continue our healing contributions to Indigenous populations of Canada.