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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Rod Chant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Campbell River
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RCC, RSW
“I describe myself as a family counsellor, experienced and practised in couples, family and individual counselling. I have done considerable work in the area of relationships and developing healthy relationships; this includes recognizing unhealthy patterns of behaviour, and utilizing useful tools and skills to establish personal boundaries, and separating oneself from the needs of your partner, children and extended family. work in areas specific to enhancing relationships; conflict skills, managing personal triggers. I also have experience in the area of victimization, boundary issues, co-dependency and enabling behaviours, such as addiction issues, be it substance use, gambling, gaming or pornography.
(250) 202-0891
Campbell River, British Columbia V9W 2C8
Lake & Associates Inc., Counselor  in Vancouver
“Change! If you want to change your relationships, feel better about yourself, enjoy life more, and overcome the debilitating effects of past trauma, now is the time to transform your life. Hi, I'm Steven Lake and I have been assisting people to improve their lives for 20+ years. The first step in making change is often the scariest. If you have any questions or just want to get a sense of who I am, please contact me by email or phone for a free initial consult. I look forward to working with you to create change in your life.
(604) 505-3536
Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1K7
Healing Solutions Professional Counselling Service, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Janel Ball, MA, RCC is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and has been in private practice, Healing Solutions Professional Counselling Services, for 10 years. If you are a man struggling with problems such as anxiety, depression, or low self-esteem, Janel may be the help you are looking for. Other issues that Janel can help with include addictions, relationships, sexuality, and trauma (such as childhood abuse). Using a combination of therapeutic approaches, including EMDR Therapy, Janel has helped her clients improve their lives by increasing confidence levels, teaching strategies for managing emotional problems, developing healthier relationships, and healing past wounds.
(604) 809-0351
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2X1
“Welcome! I am a Registered Psychologist offering individual, couples and family therapy in Burnaby, Vancouver and Port Moody. I believe that therapy can be very helpful to individuals who may feel stuck and want to make changes toward improving their lives. Therapy can help people feel better, change patterns, learn new skills and develop more satisfying relationships. Whether in individual, couples or family therapy, I strive to create a relational space of deep respect, curiosity and collaboration where clients feel welcomed to explore and work on the issues that challenge them in their relationships and day-to-day lives.
(778) 389-9299
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 4R4
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
Ulla Kaarina Papp, Counselor  in Burnaby
“I'm a Registered (ACCT) Therapeutic Counsellor and a graduate of the Clearmind Institute for Transpersonal Counselling. I have also studied sport psychology in University. I offer private and family counselling services. Confidence issues, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, grief and trauma. Family and parenting issues are close to my heart as well as sports counselling and young adults issues. I'm used to working with athletes suffering from competition anxiety, lack of motivation etc You will find more confidence and reassurance in your life path.
(778) 384-2227
Burnaby, British Columbia V5E 2V4
“I have been working with children, youth, adults and families in a variety of avenues for 15 years. I believe that each person has within themselves the resources to grow and achieve their goals - we all need someone who can help us get there at times, and that is what I provide. Whether it be a life transition in your life, substances or process addictions and recovery, eating disorders, anxiety, or parenting support, I can help. I am also experienced with working with children and youth who have been sexually abused, have high risk behaviours, anxiety, difficulty with school or transitions, or have suffered loss.
(250) 202-1136
Campbell River, British Columbia V9H 1G9
Tally Acton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vernon
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW, TICT-CT
“Do you struggle with extreme mood swings, depression, anxiety, self-destructive behaviors, self-injury or suicidality, BPD or a history of trauma, abuse, and neglect? If so, DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY( DBT) may be for you. My practice includes CBT therapy with MINDFULNESS (being in the NOW) and trauma therapy. Using experiential exercises, validation, acceptance, and problem solving strategies, we learn to manage emotions, decrease problematic coping behaviors, increase coping strategies, and improve the quality of relationships and life, through INDIVIDUAL, GROUP and/or PHONE COACHING. Maya Angelou says "surviving is not enough and that THRIVING is elegant". Welcome to THRIVE COUNSELLING SERVICES.
(250) 938-8114
Vernon, British Columbia V1B 2H7
Nancy Aguirre, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Do you experience constant demoralizing negative thoughts and/or critical self-talk? Are you tired of dealing with triggers, flashbacks, nightmares and trauma memories associated with painful events from your past? Are you having difficulties building and maintaining healthy boundaries and healthy relationships? Current stressing experiences and unprocessed memories of past traumas could result in you feeling depressed, anxious, angry, shameful, guilty, worthless, hopeless, incompetent, insignificant and excluded. Additionally, you could feel hunted by your past, trapped, helpless, blocked, discouraged, and isolated. Do you want to take control of your life, enjoy peace of mind and achieve your goals?
(778) 899-3047
Vancouver, British Columbia V5L 3Y3
Stephanie Peter, Counselor  in Parksville
“Would you like to feel healthier and more vibrant? Have you been living with anxiety, insomnia, stress, chronic illness or depression? I offer not just tools and strategies to help rebuild your health and energy, but valuable perspective that comes from over 10 years of focusing on these issues. My approach encourages you to become aware of the interplay between your mind and body, and the role your nervous system plays in the development of illness. If you'd like to get back in touch with your own "internal compass" and balance life's demands with greater ease, contact me.
(250) 937-1223
Parksville, British Columbia V9P 2G9
Louis Iannone, Counselor  in Sidney
“I acknowledge and admire the courage it takes to seek out a counsellor to work through life's challenges. I strive to create a strong, client centered connection, based on openness, honesty, daring and respect. My counselling style is collaborative, and focuses on increasing self-awareness, highlighting personal strengths, honouring one's own insights, and removing the obstacles standing in the way of growth and development. My experience as a counsellor has taught me that in the midst of personal dissatisfaction, individuals often engage in counter-productive, even destructive thoughts and behaviors.
(250) 881-5496
Sidney, British Columbia V8L 4R2
Dawn Cox, Counselor  in Victoria
“No matter what you are struggling with, remember that on the other side of this difficult time will be increased wisdom, the exciting potential of a better you and more of what you want. We all have a survivor inside of us, an innate ability to overcome even the most difficult of challenges. Talking to someone can help you harness the strength that lives inside you. That is the essence of counselling.
(250) 216-9422
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3Z2
Viviane Wingerak, Counselor  in Kamloops
“Viviane has a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology and has been involved in the counselling field since 2000. She works with both children and adults dealing with a wide range of emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, personal and work-related stress, parenting and relationship challenges.
(250) 314-0298 x1
Kamloops, British Columbia V2C 2H6
Anita Thandi, Counselor  in Surrey
“I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with experience working with families, couples and individuals. I have worked as a therapist and group facilitator for over twelve years dealing with such diverse issues as relationship distress, depression and anxiety, parent-teen conflict, self- development and life transitions. People often get stuck in patterns of repetitive behaviours or thinking that can keep them from moving forward or past painful experiences. Together in a safe, confidential and collaborative way you can explore concerns and attain a better understanding of yourself. In turn you can move towards awareness, resolution or acceptance which leads to growth and better emotional health.
(604) 542-2412
Surrey, British Columbia V4P 1G6
Shelley Dewar, Counselor  in Victoria
“If you or someone close to you is struggling, counselling can help. I offer individual, couple and family counselling to adults, youth, and children. Having worked in various settings has afforded me the opportunity to develop skills in a broad range of practice areas. Regardless of who you are or your concern, my initial focus is both developing a respectful working relationship with you and a thorough understanding of who you are in your life context. This understanding and respect leads to well formulated goals and the use of approaches that are a good fit for you.
(250) 858-7670
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1G2
Sharolyn Sloat, Psychologist  in Victoria
“I am pleased to offer solution-based, action-oriented counselling to individuals, couples, and groups needing assistance with everyday problems. I am especially effective with those who wish to learn skills & strategies that will allow them to make healthy, sustainable changes. I tailor my therapeutic approach to suit your needs, and create a comfort zone where you can come home to your authentic self and the potential within. In other words, I help you get out of your own way! I also bring over 30 years of sports coaching experience to my practice as a psychologist in Victoria BC.
(250) 884-9041
Victoria, British Columbia V9A 5S1
Jan Mcneill, Counselor  in Nanaimo
“At this time, Jan McNeill is currently on Medical leave and will not be taking any new clients. She is hoping to return in May 2015. Thank you for your interest and please check back after May 2015. Jan
(250) 802-8414
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9S 4M5
Karen E Turner, Counselor  in Comox
“Are you feeling stressed, anxious or depressed? Are others in your life concerned about you? Are you facing an unsettling change or feeling stuck? Are you feeling unfulfilled in life? I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor in private practice in the Comox Valley, BC. I provide counseling, therapy & consulting to individuals, couples and small family groups. I work with the following issues and challenges: anxiety, depression, grief, bereavement including pets, end of life, chronic illness coping, spiritual development, abuse, trauma, chronic pain, stress management, coping with job loss & career changes, parenting, relationship problems.
(250) 702-7762
Comox, British Columbia V9M 1R9
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 V1M 3W3
Leah Wilson, Counselor  in Victoria
“Many of the clients I work with are struggling to find satisfaction in their work and relationships, which often shows up in the way of depression, worries/anxiety, and/or the use of unhelpful coping strategies (e.g., substances, food). I specialize in working with teenagers and adults who are seeking more constructive and satisfying romantic, social, and/or work relationships. Issues related to self-esteem/confidence and identity are also areas included in my practice. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with 10 years of training and experience. I am currently completing my PhD in Counselling Psychology.
(250) 380-9924 x3
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 3C6
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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).

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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?
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