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Therapists in R3M

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.
Debbie Baty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winnipeg
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, PBDE, MEd, (Counse
“Today, we are sometimes faced with many challenges, including anxiety, depression, marital, couple and peer relationship issues. As a therapist, who has worked many years dealing with these issues, I am an empathic, genuine and open person which has enabled clients to feel more at ease in exploring their issues. The client(s) is able to feel more empowered to lead a healthier lifestyle.
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.
“I work primarily with individual adults but children and adolescents may be seen in the case of certain circumscribed problems. A full range of psychological services is offered including treatment related to worries,habit disorders, ailments and various health conditions. Clients have been seen for areas of difficulty relating to stress, anxiety, smoking cessation, weight loss, enuresis, thumb sucking, trichotillomania (hair pulling), skin conditions, self esteem, sleep problems, IBS, immune system enhancement, bruxism and many other problems.
Sylvia Topper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winnipeg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, BCD
“People seeking my services as a psychotherapist often feel overwhelmed, stuck, or hopeless. These feelings may stem from difficulties in personal relationships, life transitions, losses, self-destructive or self-defeating behaviours. By understanding one's individual history, we can identify patterns of repetitious behaviours in relationships and their impact and meaning in one's life. Analyzing their personal meaning in a confidential and trusting environment, and utilizing time-tested theories, psychotherapy enables clients to relieve their stress, "move-on" with confidence, and see a clear path when previously all was bleak.
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.
Butterfly Project, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“At Butterfly Project your counsellor provides an empathic, comforting, supportive & non-judgemental environment with a client-centered approach to counselling. Meaning you are the expert of your own life & I, Gorete Tavares will help guide & assist you in finding answers and the direction that is best for you while being that unbiased support. I am a well respected professional in the social service industry and have built a positive reputation within the personal and professional community based on humility, honesty, compassion, dedication and trust. I feel the counselling experience is a valuable one and believe deeply in the process.
Jillian Mcintosh  in Winnipeg
“I provide long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy to clients to assist in the process of working through issues such as anger, sexual issues, anxiety and early childhood trauma.
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.
Jennifer Robinson, Counselor  in Winnipeg
Counselor, MA
“Robert Frost wisely observed that "the best way out is always through," but you don't have to do it alone. I hold a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Manitoba and have provided services to clients through the St. Boniface Hospital Anxiety Disorders Clinic and the University of Manitoba Psychological Services Centre. I utilize cognitive behavioural therapy as well as mindfulness-based interventions to provide effective assistance with anxiety, depression, and grief. My eclectic and empathetic approach can be of assistance with a variety of other life stressors and issues as well.
PRHC Online, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“I enjoy working as a certified solution focused therapist coach, during my 30+ years of working as an EAP counsellor and educator. Do you prefer to work collaboratively with a coach in making changes or moving through a transition? If yes, let's explore working together on things that make sense for you. For over 30 years, I have successfully assisted many clients in; 1) Identifying what's important to them; 2) Making changes in themselves and in their relationships 3) Changing how to deal with conflict at work, and in; 4) Making a career transition or change.
Cheryl Dizon-Reynante, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“Are you at a crossroads in your life? We all go through difficult times when we feel overwhelmed, exhausted, stressed, even desperate. Sometimes our usual supports and stress outlets just aren't enough. I can assist you in making meaningful connections within yourself and with others, all the while maintaining that you are the expert of your own life.
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.
(204) 977-2252
Office is near:
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 2N7
Risa G. Altman, Counselor  in Winnipeg
“The goal of Talk Therapy is to heal deep emotional wounds when left untreated, can have a profound effect on one's holistic well-being, and can be highly incapacitating. As a trained Psychotherapist/Counsellor & Mediator, my role is to assist the individual(s) to gain a broader, and more realistic perspective on the challenges being faced, understand the potential causes of the distress and slowly uncover the deeply buried feelings. With confidentiality, respect, empathy, attentive listening and exploration, I will do my best to help you find the courage to face problems, manage thinking, make effective choices and move forward.
(204) 955-7877
Office is near:
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 1N7
Birch Wellness Center, Treatment Facility  in Winnipeg
“The Birch Wellness Center is a professional center comprised of a comprehensive team of highly respected individuals with extensive expertise in clinical psychology, psychotherapy, clinical social work, psychiatry, nutrition, motivational interviewing, occupational therapy, and massage therapy. The dynamic and committed group at the Birch Wellness Center includes professionals with decades of experience in their chosen fields. Along with their primary practices at the Birch Wellness Center, many are active in the community, applying their expertise to research and education at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg, as well as to various professional committees, boards, and community groups.
(204) 505-0325 x100
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