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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Jenny Sawatzky, Counselor  in Chilliwack
“Jenny has a warm, genuine, and engaging approach as she joins each individual on their journey, striving for emotional health and harmonious relationships. She views counselling as a "partnership" with each person to ensure her flexible therapeutic approach fits their needs and unique circumstances. Jenny collaborates with both individuals and families to address anxiety, depression, anger management, family and marital relationship challenges, trauma, grief and loss, among other issues.
(604) 799-3345
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2R 2G4
Carly Goodfellow, Counselor  in Vancouver
“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
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1X2
Cheryl-Dean Thompson, Counselor  in Vancouver
“My world and work is inspiring, because those who seek my services are highly successful, intelligent, and conscious individuals who engage fully in a process of personal and professional growth to embrace the world in an ever increasing vibrant and real way. They face challenges and we explore innovative, creative and new ways to experience and grow through life's many opportunities. Whether new exciting ways of being, or delving into the depths of difficult dark times, my clients find real ways to embrace "what is". They shift their lives in a powerful way within one to a few sessions.
(604) 916-0363
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1Y5
Iona Monk, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I treat individuals struggling with low self esteem, depression, anxiety and life crises. However, I specialize in couples work, boasting a 75% success rate. I work with couples struggling with lack of intimacy, communication difficulties, frequent arguments and general unhappiness in their relationship. I help couples identify their patterns and negative habits, and help them to make better choices so that their relationship can improve. I give couples the tools they need to feel closer. Couples are amazed at how quickly a small change can help them to feel closer. People just want to feel heard and understood.
(604) 800-2754
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1Y9
Barb Carol Ohori, Counselor  in Delta
Counselor, RTC, MTC
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, is your relationship in trouble ? I have over 15 years of counselling experience working with both couples and singles.I will work hard to help you figure things out and get you the results you are looking for. Taking the first step can be difficult, I do offer a no charge 10 minute phone consultation for new clients. My approach is friendly, warm and professional. In terms of being an effective Counsellor I believe who I am as a person is just as important as any modality or educational expertise that I have . I look forward to your call. Thanks, Barb.
(604) 868-0135
Delta, British Columbia V4K 1V9
Lucia Eitzen, Counselor  in Langley
“Although I have a masters degree in counselling psychology and additional training in trauma therapy and emotion focused couples therapy, I find that an essentially "person-centred" relational approach works best for my clients. When my clients feel heard, their burden doesn't feel so heavy. They say, "you get it". And then they are able to begin processing whatever it is they are struggling with, to find healing, to move forward.
(604) 996-0889
Langley, British Columbia V3A 3G2
Owen James, Psychologist  in Coquitlam
“Do you feel alone in your struggle against depression? Do you often feel tense, stressed or worry constantly? Do you find the harder you work the less fulfilled you feel? Do you feel disconnected from your partner? Wouldn't it be good to know exactly what would make your life better right now? You already know that you're not alone with the unanswered "what happened to my life" questions. Just like you I see many, many people who are looking for ways to enjoy better lives and greater happiness in their relationships.
(604) 800-2734
Coquitlam, British Columbia V3J 6N9
Julia Kristina Counselling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“We all go through times when life feels overwhelming and unmanageable. In my practice the clients I work with often start to feel better and notice positive changes in their difficult situations, their mood and outlook on life, themselves, and their relationships quite quickly. My therapeutic approach is designed to achieve lasting and significant results as I work to help people navigate through and change the thoughts, perceptions, words, and behaviours that often get them stuck feeling frustrated, stressed, discouraged, lonely, upset, sad, worried, or anxious.
(604) 771-3420
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 1A5
Tamsin Marriott, Counselor  in Vernon
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, BA, Psych, (Hons), RPC
“My passion for helping others grew through my 10 year volunteer involvement as a certified firefighter in both NS and BC. Early on, through experiencing a number of distressing calls, I became aware of CISM. When I was approached to be part of a team that would deliver services to fire departments who may need debriefing following particularly stressful calls, my passion for psychology was ignited. I went on to enter the UofC's Psychology program and focused much of my attention on matters of PTSD. I completed a research project in Forensic Psychology and graduated with Honours in 2009.
(778) 930-0469
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 6S3
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
“Andria Weiser is a clinical counsellor providing individual and group therapy to children, adolescents and adults. Andria is committed to providing competent, caring, and confidential treatment to her clients. Andria uses an integrative and flexible approach in working with her clients. She believes that the relationship and fit between the client and therapist is a significant factor in the success of therapy. She also believes that treatment should be based on the goals of her clients. As such, she draws from several different treatment modalities and theoretical approaches in order to best meet the individual needs of her clients.
(778) 878-8193
Langley, British Columbia V1M 3C6
Gina Keegan, Counselor  in Victoria
“Do you feel frozen, anxious, only working at half capacity? Or....are you usually frustrated, angry, sad, confused? Or...are you mad at many people and situations, including your personal relationships? I use cognitive, emotive and somatic (body) approaches. All three healing approaches, or just one or two; it is up to you. I work with TRAUMA, ANGER, DEPRESSION, and ANXIETY. My extensive experience has shown me that counseling with the somatic aspect included usually gets the DEEPEST AND QUICKEST RESULTS. I am an SEP., Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, from Peter Levine's trauma work. Also do work with anger, depression and anxiety.
(778) 265-8800
Victoria, British Columbia V8X 3C8
Laurie Anne Moniz, Counselor  in Victoria
“Are you wanting to make changes in your life but don't know how to start? Counselling can help you cope with life difficulties and make positive changes in your life. Counselling leads to deeper personal insight and awareness as well as improved relationships with yourself and others. As a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Laurie offers a nurturing environment and endeavours to help you feel heard, understood and supported while also being challenged to grow. Laurie will listen without judgement and assist you in creating your desired change
(250) 881-1806
Victoria, British Columbia V8Z 3E6
“I have been in clinical practice since 1997, and in that time have offered clinical services for individual, marital and family counselling. I am also trained in early psychosis intervention/support, and have experience working with alcohol and drug misuse. I have an eclectic client-focused approach to therapy, however am also certified to work in specific modalities such as CBT, Solution Focused (short-term), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I also have training in Neurofeedback Therapy however at this time am only using this therapeutic approach upon request and primarily for assessment purposes. Alternatives Counselling Services is located in Kamloops, BC . (778) 471-6224
(778) 471-6224
Kamloops, British Columbia V2C 2C7
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. I was trained and work in many modalities, from the more classical insight-oriented talk therapy to mindfulness, play therapy with children, art therapy, drama therapy, and body-centered therapies.
(778) 678-4181
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1P3
Nechia DeKryger, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I appreciate you taking the time to read my profile. I will be on maternity leave from April through September 2012 but would welcome contacts following that. I'm a Registered Psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of anxiety, stress, and mood disorders in adults, adolescents, and children. These include obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, health anxiety, specific phobias, and depression. I practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a skills-based approach found to be effective in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders.
(604) 229-0647
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 4C2
Tracy Anne Northey, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“Exploring personal issues in a safe and supportive way can be rewarding and healing. You may be: experiencing a life transition, coping with grief and loss, adjusting to illness, injury or disability, struggling with depression or anxiety, distressed by past abuse or trauma, may just want a retreat from the busyness of life to discover - or rediscover - who you are and what is truly important to you.
(604) 376-6598
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7J 0A1
Soulstir Counselling and Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Victoria
“In the last 25 years, my practice evolved to help people not only find inner resources to meet challenges of depression, anxiety, relational conflicts, trauma, addictions, but to promote deeper healing, which only becomes available in the midst of inner crisis. Together we will work on helping you develop skill of regulating painful emotions as well as deepening your inner life to include awareness of your unique gifts, your purpose in life and qualities that perhaps lied dormant until now.
(778) 678-0137
Victoria, British Columbia V8N 1G2
Darrin J Taylor,   in Vernon
“If you or someone you love or rely upon is affected by alcoholism or addiction I would like to offer you hope. Whether you are considering an intervention or if you would just like to talk, my toll free number is answered 24 hours a day. Initial phone consultations are provided at no charge.
(866) 771-9424
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 5A8
Head and Heart Counselling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“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
Vancouver, British Columbia V6S 2B9
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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.