The Calgary Family Therapy Centre offers a specialized clinical program under the umbrella of Wood's Homes supported by the Calgary Health Region in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The Calgary Family Therapy Centre, formerly known as the University of Calgary Family Therapy Program was established in 1973. It is a clinical outpatient treatment program which provides specialized services in family therapy. Approximately 500 families are seen per year, including a wide range of types of families and presenting problems which provide a rich resource for clinical training experiences. The Program also provides ongoing teaching and serves as a base for conceptual research in family therapy. It is supported by excellent physical facilities including multiple interviewing rooms equipped with one-way mirrors, telephone intercoms, and remote-control videotape cameras.
1816 Crowchild Trail NW, #600
Ages served: All ages
Languages served: English
Area Served: Calgary Zone (previously Calgary Health Region)