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Therapists in Langley

Julie Dean, Counselor  in Langley
“Are you carrying the heavy boulder of heartache and pain? As a counsellor, I'm inviting you with open arms to live a life of wholeness. My passion is to create a warm safe place for you to be heard and understood so that together we can explore and unlock the deep rooted feelings that most of us experience. You will gain a better understanding of those roots and develop skills of self awareness and tools to use to wholeness.
(604) 612-5813
Kelli Gabel, Counselor  in Langley
“Are you seeking freedom from the grips of anger; self-doubt; self-sabotage; past hurt; strained or failed relationships? Together, in just three stages, we will ignite positive change: 1) Learn forgiveness through compassionate accountability. 2) Transform upset and anger into vulnerability and connection. 3) Embrace self-empowerment through new found Truth and exciting possibility. Discover...Celebrate...Deliver...the Unique & Necessary Purpose your life holds by living within your Inherent Power TODAY!
(604) 613-4446
Robert A Butler, Counselor  in Langley
“After more than 35 years in counselling I remain more intrigued than ever by opportunities to support positive growth. At key junctures in life's journey we are confronted with painful experiences that can create the required urgency for needed change. By carefully focusing on a client's unique story I extend an invitation to collaboratively clarify goals and set new directions. I draw from a wide variety of therapeutic approaches but also the life experience gained by being a father of 5, experiencing a diverse and enriching career path, as well as overcoming my own share of adversity along the way.
(604) 789-2725
Debby Elwell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Langley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My clients are multi-dimensional people - with physical, psychological and spiritual needs - who are doing the best they can to have a gratifying and meaningful life. My role as a therapist is to assist each person to expand their awareness of self and interactions with others, and to identify and change unsatisfying patterns and behaviors. Partners: When couples first start counseling, they often have a lot of anger, hurt, and sadness. Couples therapy is designed to find solutions to problems, express and let go of resentments, rebuild trust through good communication, and learn to live with different points of view.
(360) 663-4222
Langley, Washington 98260
“With the assistance of a qualified counselor, you can learn the skills to deal with symptoms of stress, depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma and usually eliminate it from your life. You do not need to continue with the painful feelings of low self-esteem, hopelessness, and panic. You can return to your previous self or possibly even better with newly acquired life skills, better relationships with family and friends, and more self-worth and hope for the future.
(604) 996-5338
Satu Springer, Counselor  in Langley
“At some point, we all hit a wall where self-help books and call-in therapy radio shows are no longer enough. Whether you are finding your way through grief over the loss of a loved one, experiencing a transition in your life, struggling in relationship or career, there is no reason why you have to go it alone. Believing a counselor must work on healing their own issues first, Ihave worked thru my own struggles in all of these areas. As a result I bring that learning to help many others.
(604) 862-7072
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
Louise Sturgess, Psychologist  in Langley
“If you feel stressed or anxious in your life or overwhelmed in your daily struggles; or if you feel stuck and depressed, I'm well trained & experienced to help you deal with your problem. I work with individuals and couples using cognitive therapy mixed with common sense from my life experience as a wife & mother. I feel success in therapy depends greatly on my ability to connect with you and to make you comfortable so I always spend more than an hour first visit (at reduced rate) so we get time to create a good rapport and cover the extent of your problem
(604) 532-9917
Emergent Counseling Services, Counselor  in Langley
“I invite you to come, and as the name Emergent suggests, seek ways to 'rise out of' or 'come into being' in the presence of a fellow-sojourner and counselor. Take advantage of an initial no-charge session to see how you can live and love more fully. Feel free to check out my website to get a better sense of fit.
(360) 328-7193
Langley, Washington 98260
David Wilder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Langley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have a down-to-earth, sensible approach to helping you find solutions you can live with. I focus on strengths you already have and help you build new ones. I help you bridge the communication gaps you are feeling with your children, spouse, friends and family. You can have a brighter future. It takes making that first step towards getting the freedom to choose the life you want. I will help you break problems down into smaller, more manageable pieces so you can start feeling successful.I enjoy working with individuals who are facing a wide variety of difficulties.
(360) 746-2509
Langley, Washington 98260
Daniel Haldeman Integrative Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Langley
“My approach to psychotherapy is Integrative which means I borrow and assimilate various systems and philosophies into a relevant approach for your needs. The human psyche is arranged and functions in accordance with well-known parameters; Intellectual (thinking), Emotional (feeling), Instinctive (sensual), Physical (movement). Each of these functions has a center or locus in the body. I work to help my clients recognize what the influence of each of these functions has on their overall capacity to live their life in the manner desired, consistent with their goals and standards.
(360) 334-6176
Langley, Washington 98260
Goretti Faria, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Langley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW, CCC
“Facing life's challenges can be difficult, but is made easier when accompanied by a therapist who is accepting, supportive and also challenges us to face our vulnerabilities with compassion and courage while making meaningful changes in our lives and relationships. I work with various issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, stress, abuse, or trauma. With couples and families my focus is on healing the emotional wounds of disconnection and rebuild mutual understanding, acceptance, and deeper, lasting connection. I offer a warm, non-judgmental, relational approach in which you can find strength, confidence, and enduring change.
(778) 808-1995
Lisa Mclellan, Counselor  in Langley
“Hello and welcome. :) Therapy can provide you with new perspectives on life issues, new possibilities, and opportunities for growth and change. Whether life has thrown an unexpected challenge your way, you are struggling in relationship, or with individual concerns, counselling can be of great assistance. Having someone supportive to witness, listen, provide information, counsel and coach can make your journey through life's storms so much easier. And it can take you to places and possibilities you never dreamed possible.
(604) 785-6577
Susan Houck Strom, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Langley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
“Life can be hard, and at times the road is bumpy. Talking can help you handle emotions from problems or stressors, even if they aren't dramatically life-altering or traumatic. Opening yourself up to what you're struggling with allows you to work toward a goal, which can bring confidence, peace of mind and ultimately, more meaning to your life. As a LMFT, I use a family systems approach to uncover the origin of the issues and support the development of healthy solutions, while incorporating a humanistic, solution focused approach aimed at supporting the strengths of those involved.
(360) 310-4340
Langley, Washington 98260
Colleen Wilkie, Psychologist  in Langley
“Are you disappointed in your relationships? Do you feel lonely and misunderstood? Are you feeling depressed or anxious? I have over 20 years clinical experience in helping people feel better, move forward in their lives, and have more satisfying relationships. I believe therapy is a challenge, but a manageable one. I'm a good listener and non-judgmental, but sometimes more is needed. My strengths are in going beyond superficial understandings of your concerns, and being honest and direct in a supportive way so that you can risk to change.
(604) 525-9214
Margalo Willard, Counselor  in Langley
“I view counselling as a collaborative process. I want to work with you to develop your goals and identify solutions. I utilize CBT interventions to help you understand what may be contributing to your frustrations.
(778) 808-8123
Carolynn Turner, Counselor  in Langley
“Do you feel frustrated, sad, lonely or depressed much of the time? Or, do you feel numb and unable to connect with yourself and your emotions?
(604) 546-7544
Sarah B Manchester, Counselor  in Langley
“I have worked successfully with many people with many different diagnoses. Whether it's past trauma or abuse, depression, grief and loss, anger, anxiety, mood instability or low self esteem, I compassionately guide my clients in re-claiming their natural state of health and well being. I am committed to and respect the inherent human quality in all of my clients.
(360) 529-4794
Langley, Washington 98260
Lisa Fladager,   in Langley
“I am a depth-oriented psychotherapist and dance-movement therapist. My practice is soul-centered and holistic. In addition to verbal psychotherapy, I offer for those who wish the skillful inclusion of embodied approaches such as dance-movement therapy, Authentic Movement, somatic awareness, mindfulness, dreamwork, creative arts therapy, and Jungian sandplay as part of the process. My approach is practical and compassionate, grounded in mutual trust, deep listening, curiosity, friendliness, spaciousness, and interest in all voices of body and soul.
(360) 727-6655
Langley, Washington 98260
Advanced Therapeutic Counselling, Counselor  in Langley
“Do you feel overwhelming upset either from your present situation at work, your relationship, separation/divorce, health, finances, or home life? Would you like to feel empowered in dealing with your own negative thinking patterns, anxiety, anger, fear, relationship conflict or sleepless nights? Have you been informed you are experiencing symptoms of depression or Post-traumatic Stress Disorder? Whatever your situation is, we work with your goals toward developing a customized approach best suited to your individual needs. Once completed, you will be empowered to take control of and maintain your own goal centered, positive life changes. Email us Today!
(604) 612-6204

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Langley have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Langley you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Langley and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Langley or family therapy in Langley.

How to find a specialist?
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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?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.