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Internet Addiction Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Julie Hirschfeld, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
“Imagine a happier, healthier you. My vision is to support you to find positive new direction in your life. My goal is to work with you, using proven therapeutic counselling practices, to help you achieve the life you long for. Together we will create a unique treatement strategy that will get you results. Whether it is through coaching or counselling, I can help. Working with couples is a passion of mine. I see couples for 60 & 90 minute sessions. I also offer all-day couples intensives and marriage retreats. My sessions are always confidential, safe and accessible. lodestonecounselling.com
Internet Addiction
(604) 349-1290
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 4B3
Eleni Petropoulos, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Do you feel like you're finding it difficult to cope? If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, ptsd, or low self-esteem, therapy can be a vital tool in creating lasting positive change. Coming to healing what we are feeling is crucial if we are to find satisfaction in life. Through our work together, we can help you overcome obstacles to greater self-esteem, more satisfying relationships, and a greater sense of peace and wellbeing. These are worthy goals. Nothing in this world can mean as much.
Internet Addiction
(778) 709-5727
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2C7
Jenny Johnston, Counselor  in Vancouver
“It was through my own journey of connecting to my unique hidden self and abilities, that I have discovered my ability to grow, heal and transform. I believe that we can all heal and transform when we separate our life and relationships from specific cultural, historical ideas and influences, habits, pressures and stories that judge us and dictate who we should be. Too many people are left overwhelmed and isolated and feeling harmful addictive practices and substances are the only way out. I am here to help! visit my website: beyondborderscounselling.ca
Internet Addiction
(604) 727-9015
Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1M1
Mary Munro, Counselor  in Victoria
“I can help. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor practicing in Victoria. Counselling can help you feel more effective, give you insight, help you meet challenges and live more richly, improve your relationships, and give you self-confidence. I help many clients with challenges ranging from depression, anxiety and stress, relationship concerns, boundaries, communication, anger, self-esteem, obesity and eating concerns, perfectionism, life transitions, grief, abortion grief, internet addictions, intimacy concerns, prenatal loss, healthcare concerns, and creativity. My clients say I am warm, funny, thoughtful, and effective. Counselling is confidential.
Internet Addiction
(250) 589-4172
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4A1
Jasmine Alexander, Counselor  in Maple Ridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, RPC, RCC, CCC, CCPCPR
“Are you going through something emotionally painful? Experiencing anxiety, panic, depression? Struggling from addiction? I will work efficiently and effectively with you to find the root of your struggles, and with my highly specialized training, I can help you find *permanent resolution* to the emotional upset you are experiencing. Whether you have been to counselling before, or have never been to counselling, my therapeutic approach can help restore happiness and clarity in your life, regardless of how complex or upsetting your situation may be.
Internet Addiction
(604) 477-7447
Maple Ridge, British Columbia V2X 9B8
Faizal H Sahukhan, Counselor  in Vancouver
“In our multicultural society many people are attracted to those of different backgrounds. Their accent, exotic appearance, or unfamiliar relationship style are often irresistible. But the very things that attract can also create problems. Multicultural romance often ends in heartbreak. In our sessions, my clients get a heads-up in relating to those outside their culture. They learn how to do a multicultural reality check, and identify the key indicators that spell future trouble. The goal of therapy is for singles and couples to make their relationship with their partner the best that it can be.
Internet Addiction
(604) 639-4443
Vancouver, British Columbia V5R 5W2
Mark Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“My approach to therapy is one of helping you to explore your thinking and feeling world and the emotional systems you are functioning within. Thinking clearly and regulating your feelings go a long way toward functioning better in your life and in your significant relationships... my questions help you to understand the emotional landscape you live in and how that shapes your experience of life and relationships. My approach is accepting and non-directive since I believe people have the resources to resolve their problems, but they have difficulties accessing those resources when their stress and anxiety is high.
Internet Addiction
(604) 800-5325
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1T5
Liz Coleman, Counselor  in Surrey
“The Power of Perception... The greatest area of growth my clients experience from our work together is the discovery that their problems are not what they thought they were. I'll help you move from a place of hopelessness and fear to understanding and peace. Struggle is a "threshold" of transition and can be your power spot. Although this can be difficult, discomfort acts as a motivator to create change. That is its job. You are at a place where all the possibilities and richness of life are yours to be found. What will you choose to do?
Internet Addiction
(604) 809-8947
Surrey, British Columbia V4N 6J8
Kathryn Weiler, Counselor  in Squamish
“Finding someone to help you when you are facing challenges can be difficult. There are many types of therapists, theories, and techniques. Though it is essential that a therapist employ sound therapeutic methods, the single most important ingredient for successful counselling is compatibility. Ask yourself if you feel that your therapist can form a genuine, trusting and compassionate connection with you. Trust yourself with the answer. With the right match you can safely collaborate with your therapist and she can help guide you towards life changing results.
Internet Addiction
(778) 970-0933
Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0G5
Kevin Rose, Counselor  in Bowen Island
“Struggling with anxiety, loss, loneliness or trauma? I offer compassion and an open heart to support you to move through your pain toward experiencing peace and self-acceptance. I will help you to establish goals for yourself and take measured steps at your own pace toward those goals, co-creating effective ways to navigate your struggles by building upon your own unique personal strengths. I encourage you to realize the rich, creative potential that lies within you, and bring enthusiasm and some humor to the process of co-creating your path to connection and well-being!
Internet Addiction
(604) 961-0653
Bowen Island, British Columbia V0N 1G1
Jennifer Lynn Taylor, Counselor  in Mill Bay
“I work with individuals and couples who are seeking to make positive changes in their lives. I offer you the support and guidance you need to navigate the path to increased health and well-being, as you begin more and more to live the life you want to live.
Internet Addiction
(250) 510-4168
Mill Bay, British Columbia V0R 2P2
Melanie Yearow, Counselor  in Vancouver
“The therapeutic counselling process is a unique and special interaction between two people. You are the primary person involved in this relationship. You are the one who knows where you are and where you want to be. I am here to work with you, to use my specialized training and understandings to assist you in your journey. My goal is to help you find your answers through your own wisdom and insights, and to empower you through your process. I will provide a safe, confidential and respectful environment, which will allow you the space to do so.
Internet Addiction
(604) 730-5002
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1Y9
“I work with adult individuals, couples and families and assist workplaces through executive coaching, consultation, career planning and employee assistance programs. My education includes theory and practice in most major approaches in Psychology including Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioural and Humanistic-Existential. I integrate and tailor what is needed for a particular individual and situation. I have worked extensively in the arts and media on performance, creativity and anxiety. With four degrees in Psychology including a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a Certificate in Intercultural Studies, formal education has been invaluable. My best teachers however are my clients and life experience.
Internet Addiction
(250) 758-2020
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 5Z5
Ian Bond, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Ian is in his 50's and provides compassionate therapy that is scientifically based and highly effective. He helps clients to resolve their problems and achieve their goals. Please call for a 30 minute free consultation if you'd like to discuss your situation and see how he can help. Ian helps clients explore relationships, thoughts, feelings, or behaviours, which trouble them and cause difficulty in their life. Through the therapeutic process, clients can achieve deeper personal insight and awareness, better ways of understanding and coping with problems, increased feelings of well-being, and improved relationships and life satisfaction.
Internet Addiction
(604) 809-1018
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 4B4
Deborah Pearce, Counselor  in Kelowna
Counselor, rtc
“My purpose as a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor supports the greater capacity of mind and body, helping individuals resource within themselves, the empowering release from pain and actualization of desired realities. When no courage is felt, through feelings of fear, shame, loneliness, rage, is exactly the time to reach out for a soft place of human relational acceptance. Integrating the Science and Nature of Counselling with Body Psychology, body and brain nervous systems treated as a naturally functioning whole, addresses body-held memory which accompanies depression, anxiety, panic, insomnia, burnout, stress, grief & loss, trauma, relationship, among many possible mental health concerns.
Internet Addiction
(250) 878-9503
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 2E7
Antonio Guzman, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I have twenty years experience treating individuals affected by trauma/PTSD, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders and addictions. I use a multimodal approach according to clients's needs, goals and preferences. The therapeutic modalities I practice include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Therapeutic Enactment, expressive Arts, Narrative Therapy, Adlerian Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy and Person Centered Therapy.
Internet Addiction
(778) 899-3046
Vancouver, British Columbia V5L 3Y3
Lorne E Pierce, Psychologist  in Chilliwack
“I am interested in helping children, teenagers, couples, and adults to set and achieve goals that can assist them to make changes in their lives. Change can be a difficult process, but also one that can be very rewarding and fulfilling. Whether you are suffering from depression, relationship problems, grief, anxiety, trauma, stress, or emotional/behavioural issues, talking about your difficulties in an atmosphere of safety and encouragement can help. I want to encourage meaning and purpose in your life while being sensitive to your religious or cultural orientation.
Internet Addiction
(604) 847-2247
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2R 3T6
Stephanie Marchal, Psychologist  in Victoria
“I work with adults, couples, adolescents and children to help them find relief from inner pain and distress in their life. I work collaboratively; I encourage awareness, foster acceptance, and help create optimal growth. I value clients' finding one's own voice and path while doing it in the context of their important relationships, as relationships can be deeply supportive and positively transforming.
Internet Addiction
(778) 678-4181
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1P3
Noland Trombley Counselling Services, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I'm a therapist who loves to provide support for my clients while helping them evaluate their thinking patterns and behaviours in a supportive and non-judgemental way. I enjoy working with clients who want to assess their previous lifestyle patterns, examine the positive/negative effects of these life choices, and seek to make changes in light of understanding how thought patterns, beliefs, and worldviews affect their daily life.
Internet Addiction
(604) 569-1607
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 3G6
Hannah Caradonna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Victoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW, RCC
“I truly enjoy meeting new clients, hearing their life stories, and helping them use their own inner strengths to stop negative patterns, improve relationships, and find a new sense of happiness. I enter each new client-relationship with fresh, non-judgmental and caring eyes. Whatever concern brings you to therapy, I strive to create a comfortable and safe environment for you to have the space to express and explore your feelings. I aim to quickly identify key problems and come up with a unique plan to set you on a path towards happiness.
Internet Addiction
(250) 588-9500
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3P9

Internet Addiction Therapists
Internet addiction (or sometimes formally referred to as internet addiction disorder or "IAD") applies to internet overuse, problematic computer use, or excessive computer use that interferes with ones day to day life. Whether overuse of the internet can be classed as an "addiction" is disputed. But online activities such as compulsive gambling or shopping (sometimes called net compulsions) or reading or playing computer games, can be troubling when they interfere with life's regular activities-even in British Columbia (BC)-such as work, sleep or study.

Internet addictive behaviors in British Columbia (BC) might include excessive, overwhelming, or inappropriate pornography use, gaming, online social networking, blogging, email, or internet shopping. Although not all compulsive behaviors may themselves be addictive.Check here for an internet addiction Therapist in British Columbia (BC), British Columbia (BC) internet addiction [TYPEs] or internet addiction counseling

IAD (internet addiction disorder) is not included in the current DSM (as of 2009) but may possibly be in future.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in British Columbia (BC) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in British Columbia (BC) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in British Columbia (BC) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in British Columbia (BC) or family therapy in British Columbia (BC).