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Living Free Psychotherapy

If you have been affected by a traumatic event, are struggling with anxiety or depression, or are looking for someone to listen to your struggles and provide support, Living Free Psychotherapy is for you. 

At Living Free Psychotherapy you can expect to be treated with compassion, empathy and respect while working with a therapist to make a treatment plan that fits you. Treatment plans are guided by current, up-to-date evidence based treatments, which means that the treatment you will receive has been researched, tested and has supporting evidence of it's success as a therapeutic treatment.


Book a FREE 20 minute consultation today to find out more. 

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Nicole Versluis, MA, CCC,
RP (Qualifying)

I created Living Free Psychotherapy to help people live free from their distressing and troubling mental health symptoms. So people can live free from their trauma and have the quality of life they hoped for. And so people can have a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic space to work through their trauma and mental health symptoms.

I am not just a Psychotherapist, I am a person who is dedicated to change and passionate about mental health. I am a survivor with lived experience and have worked with so many people who can now say they are no longer bound by their mental health symptoms. 

What services are available

Living Free Psychotherapy currently specializes in working with survivors of sexual assault, veterans, first responders, domestic violence and abuse survivors, childhood abuse survivors, and sex workers. Additionally, you will receive treatment and support for various mental health diagnosis, personality disorders, PTSD, Complex PTSD, and more....  


These services are available online for individuals in Ontario and Manitoba, as well as, in-person for individuals in Winnipeg. 

Break free from your trauma

Trauma can come from so many different situations and cause significant problems in our day to day functioning. Whether you're a veteran, first responder, or have experienced a traumatic event throughout your life, I want to help you break free from your trauma. 

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Get support after a sexual assault

If you're a survivor of sexual assault, I want you to know you are not alone. I have specialized training and experience providing support and advocacy to individuals who have survived sexual violence. I am here to help you with reducing your symptoms and to recover from your trauma.


Need help with your mental health?

Help looks different for everyone. I have lots of experience supporting individuals with anxiety, depression or other various mental health symptoms, with or without a formal mental health diagnosis. My services include 1:1 individual therapy, as well as, couples counselling.

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What to Expect

Starting therapy can be really scary and for most people, not knowing what to do next can be the hardest part. If you're not sure what to expect or where to start, follow the steps below to get a deeper understanding of what the treatment process with Living Free Psychotherapy will look like. 

Step #1:
Book a consultation

Schedule a free consultation by clicking "Book Now". This will bring you to the Living Free Psychotherapy booking page where you can select a time that works best for you.

The initial consultation is a free 20 minute meeting with a therapist so you can get to know there education and experience and get a deeper understanding of their therapeutic styles and approaches 

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Step #2:
Create a Treatment Plan

During your initial consultation your therapist will work with you to decide which treatment plan might be best for you.

Treatment plans are created based on your individual needs and are designed to help guide and support the therapist in assisting you to meet your therapeutic goals. Treatment plans grow and change throughout therapy as your needs change. 

Step #3:
Therapy and Support

Sessions are 60 minutes and the frequency is determined during the treatment planning phase. 

Typically, people start with weekly sessions and move to bi-weekly sessions after some progress has been made. However some treatment plans can be multiple times per week if that is something you would like. 

Your therapist will continue to see you as per your treatment plan or until you wish to terminate therapy. 

Step #4:

Once you have moved through your treatment plan and are feeling successful in therapy, termination of therapy is something that many people strive for. Your therapist will discuss what termination looks like and how they will be able to support you through that transition. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you're new to therapy or you've been to therapy before, there may be some questions that you have on your mind. Have a read through some of the frequently asked questions to see if they help, if they don't then please feel free to reach out using our contact form below. 

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Support & Information

Fees & Insurance


Confidentiality & Standards of Practice


The office is located on Treaty One Territory

161 Stafford Street Unit 1, Winnipeg, MB, R3M 2V8

Tel: 204-791-3389


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