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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Jenny Brown, Counselor  in Burnaby
“In a relaxed environment and using a warm, collaborative approach, I help clients who seek relief from issues such as anxiety, depression, phobias, low self-esteem, culture shock, grief and loss (including pet loss), chronic conditions, and major life transitions. Be encouraged that my counselling environment is a place where you will be heard, understood, encouraged, and accepted just as you are. Major life transitions can bring about major stresses. I offer you a safe place to offload and effective tools to get you back on track and feeling in control of your life again.
(604) 782-6106
Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 5N1
Counselor, BSW, MEd
“Mindfulness-based techniques for rewiring your brain for maximum self-compassion, joy and creativity.
(250) 335-1141
Denman Island, British Columbia V0R 1T0
Hannah Caradonna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Victoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW, RCC
“I truly enjoy meeting new clients, hearing their life stories, and helping them use their own inner strengths to stop negative patterns, improve relationships, and find a new sense of happiness. I enter each new client-relationship with fresh, non-judgmental and caring eyes. Whatever concern brings you to therapy, I strive to create a comfortable and safe environment for you to have the space to express and explore your feelings. I aim to quickly identify key problems and come up with a unique plan to set you on a path towards happiness.
(250) 588-9500
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3P9
Karen Ergas, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I am a registered clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience working with individuals who have eating disorders. I worked at St. Paul's Hospital Eating Disorders Program from 1994-2011. While there, I served as coordinator of the Follow-Up Program, provided assessment, treatment, supervision and teaching in the field. I have also served as program development consultant for Woodstone Residential Eating Disorders Program. My approach to treatment depends on what a client needs at any given time and their readiness to make changes. I work collaboratively with clients to explore the function of their eating disorder symptoms and teach them healthier coping skills.
(604) 261-0360
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 4B4
Jennifer M Mcivor, Psychologist  in White Rock
“Hello, I am a clinical psychologist who has been practicing in the lower mainland for over 15 years. I am registered with the College of Psychologists of BC and the BC Psychological Association. My approach is be warm, understanding,and positive while supporting your goals of change. My main interest is to help people understand and address their ongoing, problem patterns. Such individuals have relationship or mood issues where they are often left feeling frustrated, unsatisfied, hopeless, or unworthy. These feelings can progress further into depression, anxiety, and anger issues.
(604) 219-3179
White Rock, British Columbia V4B 3X7
Ben Kotler, Counselor  in Victoria
“Clients who seek me out are interested in developing a deeper experience of life. Their journey may be precipitated by depression, anxiety, or relationship difficulties, but they are often interested in more than symptom relief. They are seeking to develop a stronger sense of self. This may take the form of becoming the most effective they can be in their personal and professional lives, or it can take the form of embarking on, or continuing, a spiritual search for meaning and connection.
(250) 634-1634
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 2J9
Kyla Yaskowich, Psychologist  in Surrey
“I have always marveled at the resilience of the human spirit. As human beings we have the innate drive to not only survive life's challenges, but to tranform, grow and thrive as a result of them. I would be honoured to assist you in learning how to tap in to your own inner wisdom to discover your unique path to thriving and to assist you in becoming a conscious creator of your ideal life. For more info about our Vancouver (Downtown/Yaletown), BC, Surrey BC, or our Calgary, AB office please visit
(604) 542-7130
Surrey, British Columbia V4A 4N2
Hilda Nanning Counselling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Hilda Nanning provides specialized therapy for women who are experiencing crisis, trauma, discord or conflict in regards to self and/or in relation to others. Some of the relationships Hilda's clients bring into the therapeutic sessions may involve intimate or family relations and the unresolved problems she is skilled to address and generate resolution and transformation with include issues relating to separation/divorce, trauma, grief and loss, illness, health, aging, employment/career, sexuality, identity, fleeing violence and abuse, substance misuse, eating/not-eating issues, challenging transitions and emotional pain such as: worries and fears, depression, regret, shame, eroded confidence/self-esteem or anxiety.
(604) 831-0459
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 3B5
Megan Sutherland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW
“Warm, accepting, inclusive and practical best describes my personal therapeutic style. I also place a high value on careful listening, empathy, professional ethics and accountability. I believe that all people possess intrinsic worth and have the capacity to both realize this and make meaningful change in their lives. Readiness for change depends on each individual. Clients take responsibility for their gains in counselling and for their personal successes. My role is to guide.
(604) 521-3404
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2K8
Monique Silverman Counselling & Consulting, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I understand that looking for support and assistance to deal with your personal challenges is a big step. Let me assure you: it is a positive move in the right direction. I provide effective and meaningful therapy to individuals, couples (gay or straight), groups and their allies. By offering safety, respect and expertise, I can help you transform your life for the better.
(778) 228-8456
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 1V5
Jim Roche, Psychologist  in Burnaby
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, JD, PhD, CAGS, RPsych, RMFT
“In my Burnaby office I provide couple counselling, marriage and family therapy, psychoeducational assessments and ADHD testing and treatment. Much of my work is focused on children, adolescents and adults with Asperger's syndrome, autism spectrum disorder and ADHD. I specialize in providing individual couples treatment for those with Aspergers and related disorders. I am a registered behavioural specialist for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and Asperger's syndrome and have worked as en educational psychologist and provincial consultant on autism and behaviour disorders. I have 25 years experience working with schools, employers and the courts.
(778) 785-6856
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 4R4
Marilyn Allison, Psychologist  in Victoria
“I am interested in providing you with self-healing therapies. I believe that we have the power to heal ourselves, not only physically but also emotionally and spiritually. I also believe that you are interested in improving yourself in different ways and wish to optimize your abilities to improve your life. Sometimes you may simply want to be heard. Perhaps after you've been heard, you will want to resolve some disturbing events you have experienced, such as a difficult childhood. Perhaps you have experienced emotional, verbal, physical, and/or sexual abuse. I can help you heal from these traumas.
(250) 882-4324
Victoria, British Columbia V8S 3H5
Michelle Fraleigh, Counselor  in Victoria
“Michelle specializes in working with individuals and couples grappling with a wide range of relationship issues. Areas of clinical interest and practice also include anxiety and anxiety disorders, depression and other mood disorders, stress management, addiction and recovery and life transitions. She also works with individuals and couples impacted by trauma, including PTSD and generational trauma.
(250) 661-1115
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1S6
Rivkah Gloria Horowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I offer counseling for anyone needing help in North America or beyond through phone or video (skype). When you are overwhelmed with work or children, traveling or perhaps living in an isolated location, long distance therapy can help you. There are moments in our life when we feel we have no options. This is the time to seek out help from a therapist. I can offer you a safe compassionate place to release your fears and anger and gain insights and practical tools to help you move forward. Face to face is possible only in Vancouver.
(604) 568-1926
Vancouver, British Columbia V6K 3M2
Rimppi Rai, Counselor  in Surrey
“At Self Love... All four quadrants of Wellness (spiritual, mental, emotional and physical) are looked at and then...WE work together to discover where the imbalances lie. From there a personalized treatment plan is created. Highly effective therapies (ie. CBT, Narrative ) are utilized to help you overcome your negative, irrational thoughts so you can become an assertive, empowered person ready for the challenges that life sends you. It is recognized that YOU the client has all the answers and SELF LOVE is the basis of all healing....
(604) 440-5683
Surrey, British Columbia V3S 5S8
“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
Tracy Anne Northey, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“Exploring personal issues in a safe and supportive way can be rewarding and healing. You may want to heal from past abuse or trauma, better move through a life transition (relationship, loss, illness/disability), may just want a retreat from the busyness of life to discover - or rediscover - who you are and what is truly important to you. Counselling is a commitment to yourself; a process of inquiry, growth and moving forward with new resolve. I look forward to supporting your journey!
(604) 376-6598
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7J 0A1
Alex Abdel-Malek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Port Moody
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCC
“Depression and anxiety can hold you back from so much of life and living. I want to let you know that there is good reason to hold hope, no matter how difficult or painful your life situation is. Therapy is a proven option that can help you really turn things around and begin to get your life back. Through our working together, you can strengthen your coping skills and create a life of happier and healthier living.
(604) 787-9620
Port Moody, British Columbia V3H 2A7
Vanessa A Bailey, Counselor  in Victoria
“I, creatively and compassionately, support people to overcome the challenges they face so that they may live healthy and vital lives. As a therapist I believe that we all have an innate ability to heal and grow. Counselling offers support for this innate process as it allows you to be heard without judgement, explore issues, and learn new ways of operating in the world that may help you. I believe that the counselling process involves a collaborative relationship where you, the client, are an expert on your life and experience. I draw on the interconnected nature of the mind, body and spirit in my work.
(250) 858-7770
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 3C6
Michael David De Jong, Psychologist  in Burnaby
“The focus of my work is with clients seeking therapy for anxiety (PTSD, OCD, driving anxiety etc...) and depressive disorders (depression, Bipolar, adjustment with depression) as well as individuals with ADD/ADHD I use a mindfulness based therapy called ACT for treating emotional issues and biofeedback and neurofeedback technology for working with clients who have ADD and ADHD. The rate I charge for therapy is $160.00 per hour, the rate recommended by the BC Psychological Association.
(604) 999-5809
Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 5R4
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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.