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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Joel Kroeker, Counselor  in Victoria
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, lost or stuck in a holding pattern? I offer a safe supportive approach to help you explore the underlying meaning of your concerns regarding anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma, loss of meaning, issues around spirituality and addictions. After twenty years of working with people through creativity-based processes as a workshop facilitator and now more recently as a therapist I've seen that the creative process is a living thing in the human psyche and that each of us has deep resources to help us heal. Together we'll rediscover these vital restorative resources within you.
(250) 884-3812
Victoria, British Columbia V8R 3Z7
Marijana Cabrita, Counselor  in Burnaby
“Are you struggling with relationship, trauma or self esteem issues? You can experience enduring change in your life and relationships by healing the past and transforming your present relationship with your self. You can reclaim your inherent self worth and learn how to relate mindfully and wholeheartedly- redefining your relationship with yourself and others. Whether you're experiencing a loss; a life transition; relationship difficulties~or the depression & anxiety that can result from these events -- you have the power to transform your life by investing in your mental, emotional & spiritual well-being.
(604) 727-9736
Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 5T1
Mark Ring, Counselor  in Nanaimo
“When people come to see me they are generally looking for two things. Someone they can talk to and some tools to help them deal with their problems. My goals as your counsellor would be three fold. First, provide you with a sense of safety so that you can discuss what you are experiencing. Second, give you some tools to reduce your immediate suffering. Third, show you how to use those tools so that you suffer less in the future.
(250) 797-2881
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 2T5
Daniel Kline, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Hello, I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor working in the Vancouver area. My work is informed by narrative therapy and a mindfulness perspective. Most of my experience has been in working with the impact of traumatic events in a person's life. My other interests are in relationship counselling and sex therapy.
(604) 442-4112
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 4C2
“As a Psychologist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(250) 833-5299
Salmon Arm, British Columbia V1E 2W7
Cindi Williams,   in Vancouver
“FEELING STUCK, on AUTOMATIC PILOT or CONTEMPLATING CHANGE? There's nothing more tragic than a life half lived, a meaningful career left uncovered or a purpose never discovered! Specializing in the Mental Health and Wellness industry, I see "on line" clients from all around the world. My progressive, "real life for real people" approach is uniquely practical, collaborative and affordable.
(604) 765-2001
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 2B1
Lorill Drummund, Counselor  in White Rock
“Do you and your partner get stuck in repetitive arguments that are never resolved, and leave you frustrated, hurt, and farther apart, but you still love each other? Are you struggling to keep your marriage together after an infidelity or some other betrayal? There may be nothing obviously wrong in your marriage, but you feel lonely and disconnected. Are you troubled by traumatic memories of assault or childhood abuse? Are you still grieving long after the loss of a loved one?
(604) 536-1825 x2
White Rock, British Columbia V4B 3Z8
Daniel W Metzger RPN, MA, Counselor  in Nelson
“TELEPHONE COUNSELLING FOR DEPRESSION for the USA and CANADA. If you are looking for a licensed, professional, experienced, and confidential telephone counsellor then check out my website at www.relievemydepression.com
(250) 999-0499
Nelson, British Columbia V1L 5R2
Stephanie Hatten, Counselor  in Abbotsford
“Welcome. I counsel children, adults and couples. I like to use evidence based methods to help couples revitalize their relationship and reconnect with one another. I also help individuals to relax and open up about a variety of issues, including stress, grief, illness, depression, life balance, anxiety, weight, relational issues, parenting, grandparent alienation, and social justice concerns. I provide a confidential, caring, safe space in which you can relax and take time to discuss what is on your mind. Together, we can set goals and devise strategies to improve your sense of well being, insight, hope and happiness.
(604) 425-0835
Abbotsford, British Columbia V2S 3N8
Cindy Trevitt's Counselling Services, Counselor  in Vancouver
“It is never too late to be who you really are or have the life you dreamed about. The change you seek can occur when you become who you are, not whom you think you should be. An inaccurate self-portrait prevents you from going anywhere and makes you think your problems are more severe and can greatly contribute to anxiety, depression, and more. You may feel trapped in your life. Often times these beliefs are unconscious or taught to you but you can learn to replace these viewpoints with realistic, nourishing and empowering ways of thinking.
(604) 518-1394
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 1N5
Matthew Gardner, Counselor  in Victoria
“Life is beautiful. But it's also challenging, unpredictable and constantly shifting. However strong and flexible they are, everyone encounters periods of crisis when their usual coping strategies prove inadequate. Interestingly, the Chinese character for 'crisis' comprises words meaning 'danger' and 'opportunity'. Anguish serves a purpose: it catalyzes change. And though change is frequently difficult, frightening and painful, it's also necessary for growth. A crisis announces a new beginning: an opportunity to pursue a more authentic, rewarding and meaningful life. As a counsellor, I help people negotiate the dangers of a crisis, and seize the unrecognized opportunities they conceal.
(778) 678-7776
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4A1
Steven Keeler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Coquitlam
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, CCC, LMFT, LCPC
“Most of us are yearning for more out of life and our relationships. We yearn for more freedom, more choice, more love, more adventure, more willingness to risk, more contribution, more peace, more belonging. Clients say that as a result of seeing me for therapy, they experience themselves as having a renewed sense of purpose, direction, more freedom, peace, energy, vitality and a stronger connection to their own life force. I am unique from others in my field because I have devoted my life to learning how to help my clients actually transform what is holding them back rather than just talking about it.
(778) 986-2552
Coquitlam, British Columbia V3J 1S7
Conscious Thoughts Counselling, Counselor  in Kelowna
“Are you tired of the same old messages about food, nutrition and health? Interested in letting go of the inner struggle around body image and weight? Have you ever imagined a greater possibility? A way that could leave you truly nourished and fulfilled. I am an Eating psychology Coach, Registered Therapeutic Counsellor and Personal trainer who offers a positive and holistic approach that integrates mind, body heart and soul. I am committed to helping you on your journey to better health with a fresh new approach to life practices and insights that will help you get unstuck and inspire you in a whole new way.
(250) 878-2276
Kelowna, British Columbia V1X 5G3
Gillian Perry-Garcia, Counselor  in Victoria
“Are you living the life you want right now? Are you hurting and not sure what to do about it? Do you feel stuck, is your relationship in turmoil, are you feeling distant, overwhelmed? Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? I believe that there is no one therapy to suit all and I will tailor each session to suit you as an individual, and support you to work at your own pace, in a confidential and safe environment. I use results based therapy to help you gain clarity and insight. With clarity comes the possibilty of change.
(250) 595-7054
Victoria, British Columbia V8S 5E3
Shelley L Coates, Counselor  in Delta
“Are you in control of your life? Or does it seem that your Life is in control of you? Are you frustrated? Overwhelmed? Depressed? Do you ask "Why does this keep happening to me?" If this sounds like you, are not alone. I offer a safe, empathic environment in which to establish resilience, and acknowledge your inner strengths. Whether you're struggling with Relationships; Self-esteem; Family Issues; Guilt; Stress; Trauma, or life's transitions. I can help guide; and provide you innovative resources with you as an active, creative partner along the way.
(604) 828-1522
Delta, British Columbia V4K 1B1
Chander Rekha Banga, Counselor  in Vernon
“It is my belief that you have the answers within you to achieve the change that you want. I provide a safe and trusting space for you to explore and ask questions. "Deeply enriched belief system and feelings which were once useful, but no longer serve you well". I work collaboratively with you to determine the best way to help you in achieving the goal and hopes you have for your individual needs.
(250) 503-8206
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 5A8
Brooke Mandseth, Counselor  in Nelson
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, RCC, RPsych, CHT
“I am registered as a Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors and also am a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Therapy is for anyone looking to understand and clarify things, to ease suffering and sort out conflict, and to create and sustain change in their lives. I work with adults, teens and couples and enjoy working with a whole gamut of issues: depression, anxiety, anger, addiction and substance abuse, stress, transitional issues, LGBQT, disordered eating, chronic pain, relationship issues, suicide, and self-harm.
(250) 505-4391
Nelson, British Columbia V1L 4H6
Shereen Khan, Counselor  in Surrey
“I work with individuals, couples, families, and children to transform life challenges into opportunities for growth and connection. Some of my areas of specialty include relationships, family difficulties, eating and body image issues, and trauma. We all struggle at times and make mistakes, and I truly believe in the power of therapy to help people change. My aims are to help clients to bring possibilities into reality, feel empowered, and have more understanding of themselves and others.
(604) 592-8337
Surrey, British Columbia V3W 3M8
Pablee Wong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
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
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2N6
Frances Brown Counselling, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“I am a caring and compassionate clinician with more than thirty years experience working in the field with individuals, couples & families. As a highly skilled Couples Counsellor, I follow the Emotionally Focused Therapy road map, called The "MOST SUCCESSFUL APPROACH to creating loving relationships and endorsed by the American Psychological Association. Distressed couples learn to see beyond repetitive spats over dirty dishes to a deeper understanding that draws partners closer rather than inadvertently pushing them further apart. Studies show that an astounding 86% report feeling happier in their relationships after completing the course of between 12 and 30 sessions.
(604) 219-2690
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7J 2L1
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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).

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in British Columbia, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.