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Coping Skills Therapists in Manitoba (MB)

David Chochinov, Occupational Therapist  in Winnipeg
“Occupational Therapy is about learning ways to cope with and overcome challenges in your life. It is also about slowing down and working towards adding wholesomeness and joy to your everyday activities. Following a recovery based approach, I work to empower you to start taking the steps in your journey towards health, wellness, and a more fulfilling life. Trained in whole person rehabilitation techniques, I will assist you to over-come problems affecting both your body and mind. Are you looking for a listener, coach, and teacher who is gentle, understanding, and insightful?...Then I am the therapist for you!
Coping Skills
(204) 299-7334
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2V 0J2
Dianne Baker, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“"Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, troubled by difficult memories? Is life bringing change and challenge you cannot cope with? Are relationships or family life being strained by demands of busy schedules and lack of time? Give yourself an opportunitiy to slow down and adjust your pace; improve your ability to tend your emotional world. Create space for calmness to be restored. Don't just survive, but thrive in the life you want to lead. 'Emerging Wholeness' will help you listen to yourself more deeply and gain perspective on life circumstances. Dianne Baker will help you acquire skills to care for yourself in life-giving ways."
Coping Skills
(204) 918-0820
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0R4
Emily Muller,   in Winnipeg
“"The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts." (Marcus Aurelius, 175 AD) Be brave! Who said it was supposed to be easy? To live is to suffer, but to thrive is to find meaning in that suffering. Philosophical counselling is an alternative to psychological treatment. Maybe there is nothing wrong with you and you just need some big ideas, new strategies, frank discussion. Think about it. Great ideas and intelligent conversation are powerful sources of courage and solace.
Coping Skills
(204) 230-7487
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1N9
Glenna Lambert, Psychologist  in Winnipeg
“Are you facing a crisis in your life or discouraged by longer term difficulties? You need more than a sympathetic ear. I do provide that along with the warm empathic concern you're looking for. It is combined with a wealth of professional training and experience. After 20 years as a registered psychologist in private practice, I have successfully helped many people like you in overcoming obstacles that have blocked them from enjoying life and achieving their goals. By looking at past self-defeating thinking and behavior, I'll focus on helping you feel better and more positive about yourself.
Coping Skills
(204) 992-2442
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 1G7
C. Meera Chohan, Psychologist  in Winnipeg
“It's all about relationships: Your relationship with yourself and with others. Therapy is about uncovering and examining what is not working. Change happens when people become more self-aware.The therapy relationship is the most important predictor of therapy success, I will be there with you, as a guide through the process. I look forward to working with you.
Coping Skills
(204) 230-0667
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 0W4
Julie Southam, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“Feeling lost or frustrated? Do you want to better your life? It helps to feel heard and supported. Reawaken your strengths and empower yourself today! Julie is a warm, genuine, empathetic counsellor who works to build a safe, comfortable, non-judgemental environment for clients to explore their concerns. Working collaboratively with her clients, Julie identifies client concerns, assists them in setting goals, and supports them while they learn new skills and implement the changes in their lives. Her counselling areas include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship, and self-confidence issues.
Coping Skills
(204) 803-3455
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 2W9
Linda Cantelon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Winnipeg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BScN, MA, MMFT, RMFT
“Having over thirty years experience, I offer compassionate, professional therapy. The first step in looking for a therapist, is to check out credentials and experience. Even more important is fit and a feeling of being understood. At the front end of things, what I can say is that I am committed to working with you based on current best practices. I offer help with a wide range of counselling issues including traumatic grief with adults and children, addictions, childhood issues, family concerns, and communication difficulties for couples, to name but a few.
Coping Skills
(204) 803-5531
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0V3
Scott Erickson, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“Sometimes a problem gets to feel so big that it feels like that's all there is in life. My job is to help people find ways to reclaim their lives, to be more in charge of the way they live, and to help people shift problems to place where they matter a lot less. I want to help people the lives they want to see for themselves - to help them live according to their values, their beliefs, their chosen purposes in life, and their dreams.
Coping Skills
(204) 977-2252
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0G6
Janice Priess Counselling & Training Services, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“I work with my clients to address both the underlying issues of current problems, whether those issues began only recently or have been there since childhood, and help them to learn and develop new and productive ways of living. My perspective is that change happens not only through talking about life’s stresses and problems, but also through taking a “leap of faith” to change ways of thinking and behaving.
Coping Skills
(204) 295-8157
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0G3
Heartstrings Counselling & Consulting, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winnipeg
“Be the person you want to be and live the life you want to live. I promote mental health rather than attempt to cure mental illness. I believe that we all have the strength within us to feel, think, and act in ways that allow us to enjoy life. When we find a balance in our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health, we become resilient to life's inevitable challenges. I am a passionate social justice advocate. I approach my work beyond the individual level by examining the external systems, structures, and ideologies that contribute to our struggles today.
Coping Skills
(204) 802-1106
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2B6
Central Plains Counseling, Counselor  in Carman
“Getting "unstuck" from a problem often can take a little strategizing, whether the problem be individual, couple or family. In my work with you, I will provide a safe context for you to explore the best means to free yourself from a problem's negative influence. I love the idea that "nothing is so wrong with us that what's right with us can't fix." Your decision to take back your life from a problem by seeing a counselor can be your first major step in freeing yourself and "getting unstuck".
Coping Skills
(204) 745-3262
Carman, Manitoba R0G 0J0
Debbie Baty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winnipeg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, PBDE, MEd
“Throughout life we all face challenges. Anxiety, depression and troubled relationships with oneself or others are familiar concerns to a seasoned therapist like myself. My empathic, genuine and open nature sets people at ease. Within this safe space children, adolescents and adults become comfortable to explore issues and begin their journey of healing. My goal: empowered clients leading healthy lives.
Coping Skills
(204) 470-8294
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0C8
Jacqueline Seipp, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“First of all, congratulations on choosing to ask for support in creating positive change in your life. There are times we all need someone to help us 'walk our path' when we are not sure how to proceed. My aim is to be supportive, non-judgemental and to assist you in strengthening your essential self; so that you can learn the tools necessary to be independently clear in your thinking and confident in your being.
Coping Skills
(204) 228-8182
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 3N6
Marlene R Dyck, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“Are you frustrated? Are you feeling discouraged? There is hope. I am well experinced in helping individuals and couples have more meaningful relationships and feel better about themselves. Together, we will focus on the underlying issues you are facing and deal with those hurts to find healing,wholeness and peace. I have helped many people in the past and it is likely that I can help you too. Call me.
Coping Skills
(204) 272-0287
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2K 0J2
Robert C Twigg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winnipeg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD, RSW
“I have over 30 years experience practicing, teaching, and consulting in psychotherapy. I am trained, experienced and skilled at helping cope with life's challenges including: Depression, Anxiety, Grieving, Bipolar Disorder, Unhealthy use of Alcohol and Drugs, Trauma, The effects of Physical, Emotional, and Sexual Abuse, Life Choices, Communication Problems, Dealing with Family of Origin Issues, Conflict, Intimacy, The impact of previous relationships on your current one, and Parenting Challenges .
Coping Skills
(204) 899-5914
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1X4
Joan-Dianne Smith,   in Winnipeg
“For over twenty years I have worked with people of all ages and stages. If you are unhappy or dissatisfied with life or relationships, struggling with depression or anxiety at home or at work, or feeling alone with guilt or shame, consider personal therapy. It takes a certain degree of courage but once getting started, most clients begin to feel understood and become able to reflect on their situation with some openness and curiosity. Talking about personal issues in a neutral non-judgmental space relieves acute suffering and leads to making changes that create a more comfortable and fulfilling life.
Coping Skills
(204) 977-2258
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 0R8
Lise Dupuis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Winnipeg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BA, MMFT, RMFT
“I believe that my role is to facilitate change and to empower individuals. Whether you are feeling stuck, or going through a crisis, therapy can help you gain some insight and can assist you in moving forward in your life. By regaining the connection with yourself, you naturally establish better connections with others. Therapy can provide you with the opportunity to create the life you want and to learn to treat yourself with kindness and respect.
Coping Skills
(204) 944-8407
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2P3
Creating Family Connections, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Winnipeg
“Hi, my name is Sam Whelan, Creating Family Connections is a private therapy practice dedicated to helping individuals and families create meaningful connections. I typically work with people who are experiencing relationship distress. Strained relationships frequently include a spouse, partner, child, in-laws, siblings or ones own parents. Unhealthy relationships may also include substances and/or certain activities. Although the majority of my work is with families and couples; I also have experience and training in working with individuals and groups.
Coping Skills
(204) 977-2243
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2V 0B2
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
“Haley Schroeder is a registered clinical social worker specializing in working with children, adolescents and families. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere counselling is provided in a highly personalized way that helps empower clients to define and accomplish their goals, enabling deeper personal insight, better coping strategies and improved relationships. Services are offered to address a wide variety of concerns including but not limited to: family/couple and relationship issues, separation and divorce, stress, anxiety and depression, mental health, managing medical diagnosis, trauma and abuse, life transition issues as well as work place stress.
Coping Skills
(204) 890-7610
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3E1
Christine Dela Cruz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Selkirk
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, MSW, RSW
“I am known for being an empathetic and caring counsellor. I facilitate a safe, non-judgemental environment for exploration of the issues that are causing you stress, discomfort and fear, and help you to alleviate this stress, using your own strengths. I help you to explore the stories which have shaped your life, to help you understand who you are, who you want to be...and develop a plan to get there.
Coping Skills
(204) 482-6544
Selkirk, Manitoba R1A 0Y5

Coping Skills Therapists
With coping skills or coping mechanisms, we learn to overcome issues like stress, depression, anger or anxiety.

Pro-active coping involves dealing with a problem by using constructive coping activities such as planning, confrontation, self-control and restraint. Overuse of coping mechanisms, like avoiding problems or working obsessively, can exasperate the weakness.

Emotion based coping skills reduce symptoms by addressing our feelings e.g. discussing the issues, distraction, relaxation, reframing or humor can all help. But negative coping mechanisms, which tend to be impulsive, like denial, projection, rationalization, repression or wishful thinking can make the underlying problem worse.

Some coping methods are more like bad habits than constructive life skills e.g. drinking and drugs. Other examples might include skin biting, nail biting or hair pulling (trichotillomania).

If you find it hard to cope or are having trouble coping, Therapists in Manitoba (MB) can help develop constructive coping skills for children, coping skills for kids and life coping skills.

If you're looking for help with coping skills in Manitoba (MB) or for a Manitoba (MB) coping skills Therapist, these professionals provide coping strategies. They include Manitoba (MB) coping skills Therapists, coping skills psychologists, coping skills psychotherapists and coping skills counseling.

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

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