NIHB Regina Counselling
NIHB Regina Counselling

Are you Treaty or Inuit Status and looking for support for your mental health? Twin Flame Counselling & Wellness is an approved provider accepting new mental health counselling patients. NIHB is directly billed, and nothing is out of pocket for clients. We are proud to be part of a diverse culture and an ally for Indigenous people. We understand historical factors which have greatly affected Indigenous families and communities. We know the effects of intergenerational trauma from residential and boarding schools and colonization and assimilation forced upon Indigenous people. Please call the office at 306-565-6000 for more information or for you to book an appointment.

Our Therapies & Services

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counselling. Therapy can help people overcome obstacles to their well-being. It can increase positive feelings, such as compassion and self-esteem. People in therapy can learn skills for handling difficult situations, making healthy decisions, and reaching goals. Many find they enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware. Some people even go to ongoing therapy for self-growth.
Therapy can help treat mental, emotional, physical, and behavioural issues. Concerns that may be discussed in therapy include, but are not limited to:
  • Anxiety 
  • Stress
  • Food and eating issues
  • Anger
  • Relationship or marriage challenges
  • Addiction
  • Abuse
  • Family issues
  • Insomnia
  • Sexuality
  • Trauma
  • Abandonment

Couples Counselling

Couples counselling involves conversations between romantic partners and a professional who provides counselling. They will generally discuss a specific problem or issue that is the reason for seeking counselling, as well as goals for working together. The process then involves strategies and learning skills to improve the relationship, such as communication, problem-solving, and strategies for discussing differences and overcoming problems together.
If you feel your relationship would benefit from couples therapy, discuss it with your partner and see if they’re open. If they resist it, explain why it’s important to you and how you think it might help your relationship. Your therapist will work with you and your partner to outline the goals for therapy. While couples therapy typically involves joint sessions, your therapist may also do individual sessions with you or your partner. They may also assign homework.
Benefits of couples therapy include reduced relationship distress and increased relationship satisfaction.
  Couples counselling may address one or more of the following:   
  • Addiction or substance abuse
  • Adoption or blended family challenges
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Arguments, disagreements, or fighting
  • Communication issues
  • Depression
  • Different expectations or wants for the future
  • Future planning
  • Infidelity or loyalty issues
  • Infertility or decisions about having children
  • Life transitions
  • Mental health challenges
  • Parenting conflicts
  • Relationship building and bonding
  • Responsibility disagreements
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Unemployment or financial challenges

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which one or two therapists work with several clients simultaneously.

The aims include relieving distress through discussing and expressing feelings; helping to change attitudes, behaviour and habits that may be unhelpful; and promoting more constructive and adaptive coping methods. Some groups may focus on providing members with information about specific issues or teaching them coping skills. Part of the therapist’s role is ensuring the group environment remains respectful and that all members feel safe, comfortable and free from harassment or discrimination.


Here are some key benefits of group therapy:

  • The group dynamic allows members to feel supported and accepted, and it can reduce stigma and isolation.
  • The similarities among members can provide a sense of community, while the diversity of experience can spark ideas for new ways of coping with challenges.
  • The group provides a safe environment to take social risks and experiment with new ways of interacting and behaving.
  • Members can gain hope and learn from the strategies of those in the group who are “further ahead” than they currently are.
  • Group therapy allows members to understand better how they relate to others and to make positive changes in their relationships.
  • Observing the group in action gives the therapists a window into how each member functions in a social situation, which can result in valuable feedback.
Group therapy is also an option for individuals who do not have health insurance and still can gain support and build tools to address their challenges at a substantially less cost. 

Reiki Energy Healing

Twin Flame Counselling & Wellness offers Reiki Energy Healing.  What is Reiki? It is intended to promote health and wellness, enhance relaxation, reduce pain, become relaxed and more comfortable with your thoughts, let go of tensions and apprehensions caused by stress, emotional barriers and physical /mental illnesses and offer a positive experience utilizing the concept of mind, body, and soul in treatment intervention. Reiki can be incorporated into therapy sessions or can be done on its own. Jeanine holds her Level 1 & 2 Reiki Certification and offers sessions in person and through distance. 
Have you heard of chakras? Chakra refers to the energy centers in your body. To function at their best, your chakras must stay open or balanced. If they get blocked, you may experience physical or emotional symptoms related to a particular chakra. Seven main chakras run along your spine; they start at the root, or base, of your spine and extend to the crown of your head. If any of the energy centers are low or blocked, it can affect your mental and physical capabilities. 
 If you have any questions, please call the office at 306-565-6000

Certified Art Therapy

You may have heard of the calming benefits that painting or writing has on some people. Art therapy is a therapeutic approach that puts art at the service of health and well-being.

It’s an approach that is not primarily based on oral communication since it encourages artistic production. There are no value judgments, just the encouragement to overcome social, medical, psychological barriers to highlight the lived experience and effect positive change.

Since art is expressed in multiple ways, it is a vast discipline. It includes drawing, painting, sculpture, music, theater, bodily expression, and the written word. Furthermore, the applications of art are almost endless as they are sometimes combined.

The benefits of art therapy can be summed up as follows:

  • Art therapy helps reduce anxiety by promoting concentration.
  • Art therapy promotes communication and develops artistic potential, allowing for increased self-confidence.
  • Art therapy makes it possible to work on emotional conflicts, from their revelation to their management.
  • Art therapy is ideally suited for the management of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Accredited by the IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine)ICAHP (International Compliance Assurance for Holistic Practitioners),  CMA (The Complementary Medical Association) and the Centre of CPD Excellence.

Let’s see if we are the right fit.

A good therapist inspires your confidence, leaving you feeling hopeful about the work that you’re doing.
Let’s have a meet & greet to discuss if our services and methodologies can help you in your work.

NIHB Regina Counselling

Trusted Guidance

Between the trigger and the response, there is space.

In that space is our power to choose our response.

In our response lies our growth and our freedom.

Providers through the following insurances:
Sun Life, Victim Services, GMS, Green Shield, Johnson Group, Blue Cross, Saskatchewan Blue Cross, Medavie, Canada Life, Co-operaters, Global Benefits, Desjarlais, CINUP, Manulife,  (NIHB) Non-Insured Health Benefits, RPS, Provider Connect, Nexgen RX

NIHB Regina Counselling


Phone: 306-565-6000
Fax: 306-565-6005
Address: 204-1102 8th Ave.
Regina, SK S4R 1C9