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Therapists in Richmond

Juliana J Fruhling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA-MFT, RCC
“I specialize in working with a range of issues including depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, relationship/marital issues, abuse, trauma, anger, grief and loss. In my work with individuals, couples, families, adolescents and children, I work to come alongside clients from a place of gentleness and empathy, identifying the resiliencies which have allowed clients to cope with past and present struggles, while providing a safe space for healing and change to take place. Using a multi-modal approach, I work holistically, systemically and experientially, addressing all aspects of well-being in my therapy: physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and relational.
(778) 308-6396
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 1L8
Judith Barnard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BEd, MSW, RSW
“I help women 19 years and older who experience the debilitating fear and distress of anxiety live calmly, peacefully and independently. Stress triggers anxiety. Anxiety can change a once independent, confident woman with high self-esteem into a fearful, frightened and overly cautious shell of her former self. Stressors include parenting and family issues, trauma, built-up anger, body image, grief/loss, dysfunctional family relationships, and work/life balance. Consistent anxiety is often accompanied by depression and fatigue.
(604) 233-0845
Richmond, British Columbia V7C 5S6
Bertha Cohen, Counselor  in Richmond
“If you are feeling overwhelmed, sad and are having difficulty coping, you will find a safe, confidential environment for you to reduce your stress.By building on your unique strengths, I will help you to develop strategies to assist you to better cope with the challenges you are facing. I have a holistic approach, working with you on your thoughts, feelings, behaviour, and taking into consideration the social and spiritual aspects of your life as appropriate.
(778) 785-1352
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 5J9
Andrew Neufeld, Counselor  in Richmond
“I enjoy working with clients from many different backgrounds. I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families who are struggling and are looking to invest in their own future and those of their loved ones. I currently work in private practice as well as in a hospital setting and am very comfortable with the wide range of mental illness and relationship issues and welcome any clients struggling with mild mental health or relationship issues up to severe cases in each area. I only ask that clients want to move forward.
(866) 957-9897
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 1L8
Richmond Counseling Clinic, Psychologist  in Richmond
“At Richmond Counseling Clinic, your well-being is our top priority. We provide a safe space for you to work on your concerns and problems, and we facilitate active ways of fostering personal growth and change. It can be difficult to open up to strangers about personal concerns, feelings and internal struggles. Our therapists understand this and offer non-judgmental validation and support of what you are feeling and experiencing, as well as gentle encouragement of change. We work with a variety of client issues and ages at our clinic, including children, youth, adults, couples and families..
(604) 247-2333
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3K8
Ros Best Counselling, Counselor  in Richmond
“Perhaps you've struggled for a long time with thoughts/feelings/beliefs/behaviours that get in your way. Perhaps your struggle is right here, right now, some major life changes you're not sure you're equipped to deal with alone: declining or catastrophic health changes, death of a person or relationship, or of an identity or dream. If it were one thing, you are pretty strong and resilient - but you are experiencing many, all at the same time, and they're connected. It's confusing, and you feel overwhelmed, angry, shut down, and/or profoundly sad. Let me help.
(778) 834-1867
Richmond, British Columbia V7B 1C5
Mark Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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.
(604) 800-5325
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3M1
Sylvana A Yeomans, Counselor  in Richmond
“I have worked with families facing transitions for the past 25 years. I think most people can find motivation to change. As a counsellor/therapist, I connect and engage with the person creating a safe and confidential space. My role is to facilitate a therapeutic conversational process that supports clients to become aware of their options and strengths.
(778) 297-6066
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 1X3
“I am a Registered Psychologist in private practice with offices in Richmond and Vancouver, offering psychotherapy and counseling for individuals (age 17 and up), relationship therapy for couples and familes, and psychological assessment. Areas of practice include depression, anxiety, trauma, marital/relationship difficulties, grief/loss, and stress. I work with a highly diverse clientele; individuals and couples, persons in specialized occupations (e.g., police, physicians), and corporate clients. To learn more about some of the reasons people come to see me, how therapy can help you, and to read articles on self-help topics, visit: www.terryestrin.com.
(604) 210-1836
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 5J9
Glenda Wallace, Counselor  in Richmond
“Do you want to change the patterns in your important relationships? Do you seek more balance in your life? Do you need a safe place to be heard? Through our conversations, you will broaden your awareness of relationships, connection, balance, family, guilt, grief and loss.
(604) 800-2732
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2B2
Janyse Hrynkow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, ECE, BA, PSYC, MA, PSYC
“I enjoy working with adults / children, individuals as well as relationships. and have been an adult educator and psychotherapist for almost 25 years. I am a clinical supervisor, have taught clinical psychology and love to create programs for the community.My focus in using integrative therapies to support my clients as they connect with their inner strengths and resources to create new patterns in their lives and to live as fully as they can. I use various therapeutic methods and treatment plans to meet clients needs that have resulted in increased strengths, new skill development, creative energy,confidence and wellness.
(604) 875-6318
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Richmond, British Columbia V6V 1R1
Jeff Morley, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I am an experienced Registered Psychologist offering counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. I help people working through challenges in their relationships, careers, and personal lives. Often people come to me for help with depression, anxiety, trauma, or health concerns. I take a practical and mindful approach to counselling, grounded in a strong therapeutic relationship, to help you accomplish your counselling goals in a timely and effective manner.
(604) 536-8819
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Richmond, British Columbia V7A 5J9
Changeways Clinic, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Changeways Clinic is a private practice of 7 psychologists all specializing in the provision of evidence-based cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT). We see a wide variety of clients, with an emphasis on mood and anxiety-related problems (including panic, PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, and phobias). Individual clinicians also provide services in the areas of parenting, chronic pain, personality disorder, life coaching, return to work, and issues related to sexual orientation. We integrate the principles of acceptance-based and mindfulness-based approaches along with more traditional CBT -based methods.
(604) 871-0490
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Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3A7
Linda Saucy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, RCC
“I work with adolescents, adults, and couples. My approach is client-centered and positively directional. I work with a wide variety of life issues including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues, life transitions, trauma, and domestic abuse.
(604) 356-4911
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Richmond, British Columbia V6X 1L8
Rolf Schrader, Counselor  in Richmond
“Are you struggling with life or facing a difficult challenge? Do you have an inner critic who is just tearing you down? As your psychotherapist, I can help you eliminate those patterns or parts that have been impeding your progress, stopping you from having the life you want, you deserve. Together in a safe, compassionate, non-judgmental space you can:
(778) 371-3449
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3R2
Carly Goodfellow, Counselor  in Richmond
“I am a compassionate Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist for individuals and couples who want to heal from depression, social anxiety, trauma and abuse and relationship difficulties in a safe and non-judgmental environment. With a warm, nurturing and effective relational approach, I can help you recover your self-worth, heal early trauma wounds, find your centre of calm, build confidence in relationships and find joy and vitality that might be painfully missing in your life. Quality and effective psychotherapy is my utmost priority so I tailor my methods to your individual needs. I am looking forward to working with you.
(604) 200-0586
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2V7
Pablee Wong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MC, RCC, RMFT, RPT-S, CPT-S
“I believe that individuals have significant impact on each other in their relationships & family system. It is my world view that individuals could become emotionally healthy when given a safe, accepting, and nurturing environment with necessary boundaries.
(604) 200-0521
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2X9
Julie Hirschfeld, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
“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
(604) 349-1290
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2B2
Head and Heart Counselling, Counselor  in Richmond
“I work with individual adults and couples to help them work through obstacles that may be creating painful symptoms such as anxiety, depression, or relationship strife. I work with young adults and adults in mid-life who are struggling to find what choices they would like to make and what kind of person they would like to be. I help people experience and accept their feelings, change their behavior if necessary and identify their own core values and beliefs. Ultimately, I help people know themselves better so they feel confident and in charge in their own lives.
(604) 787-4008
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2X9
Eva Skerl, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Whether you are looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation or for recovery from a difficult life, I would like to help you to achieve your goals. I offer individual psychotherapy for adults and adolescents as well as couples counseling. With over 25 years of experience I provide a safe place for my clients to explore their lives and collaboratively work through their problems towards healing and personal growth. My specialty areas include anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship problems etc. I often work with clients who are on leave from work due to different reasons.
(604) 948-4905 x2
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 4Y1

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