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Internet Addiction Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Joel Kroeker, Counselor  in Victoria
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, lost or stuck in a holding pattern? I offer a safe supportive approach to help you explore the underlying meaning of your concerns regarding anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma, loss of meaning, issues around spirituality and addictions. After twenty years of working with people through creativity-based processes as a workshop facilitator and now more recently as a therapist I've seen that the creative process is a living thing in the human psyche and that each of us has deep resources to help us heal. Together we'll rediscover these vital restorative resources within you.
Internet Addiction
(250) 884-3812
Victoria, British Columbia V8R 3Z7
Eleni Petropoulos, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Do you feel like you're finding it difficult to cope? If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, or low self-esteem, therapy can be a vital tool in creating lasting positive change. Coming to healing what we are feeling is crucial if we are to find satisfaction in life. Through our work together, I can help you to overcome obstacles to greater self-esteem, more satisfying relationships, and a greater sense of peace and well-being. These are worthy goals. Nothing in this world can mean as much.
Internet Addiction
(778) 709-5727
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2P4
Jennifer Campbell, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“I have worked with children, youth and families for over 15 years. Most of this time has been spent in the non-profit sector and at a community Mental Health Centre. My clients experience issues with self-esteem, depression, anxiety, behavioural concerns, troubles with peers, sexual exploitation and the misuse of substances, gaming and the Internet.
Internet Addiction
(778) 928-9069
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 2P1
Mark Weinberg, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I am a Registered Psychologist with a PhD from the University of British Columbia. I have been in mental health practice for over 20 years. During this time, I have helped patients presenting with a large variety of issues through difficult periods in their lives. By providing clarity, hope and practical help to people, I have been able to shift lives in a positive direction. As a Scientist Practitioner, I am dedicated to evidence-based therapy. I keep abreast of recent advances in the scientific literature and regularly update my training so I can offer treatments that really help.
Internet Addiction
(604) 675-6935
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 4C2
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.
Internet Addiction
(250) 881-5496
Sidney, British Columbia V8L 4R2
Joanne Schwartz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Have you ever felt sad, angry, anxious or depressed and not known why? It is normal for people to go through ups and downs in their lives, and I can help you through it. Have you ever felt confused about your relationship or career and not felt comfortable discussing it with your friends or family? You are the expert in your life, and I can help guide you through these difficult times. I have ten years of counselling experience. From chronic illnesses to gender identity issues and addictions, I have worked with clients in all different stages in their lives.
Internet Addiction
(604) 484-0603
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 4X4
Linda Lane- Devlin - Private Practice, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Richmond
“Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor (Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation , Linda continues to educate, innovate, inspire and support clients, families, and health practitioners about using a more collaborative approach to supporting individuals addicted to substances. She has over 19 years of experience working in the addictions field. She is a firm believer in empowering families to effectively intervene with children who may be struggling with addiction issues, as well as managing the myriad of other dynamics often associated with helping any family member overcome substance abuse problems.
Internet Addiction
(778) 231-9576
Richmond, British Columbia V6V 2W7
Deanndra Pimentel, Counselor  in Victoria
Counselor, MA, RCC
“I like to work from a person-centered approach, collaborating with you to direct the course of your own healing. I believe that everyone truly wants to feel better and live life as the best version of themselves. I am trained-in and practice a couple specific modalities of therapy: Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) for trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder and, Acceptance/Mindfulness-Based Healing for Anxiety. These models of therapy are proven methods for overcoming trauma and anxiety backed by empirical research. I am confident in their ability to help you!
Internet Addiction
(250) 884-4959
Victoria, British Columbia V8Z 5K8
Joseph Eliezer, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Conflicts. Heartache. Angst. Chronic worry. Fear. Prolonged Sadness. Anger. You probably tried to deal with your struggles on your own, but you are not meant to suffer alone. Most of us reach out for help to family and friends. But sometimes you need more. You need someone who knows how to help you through your difficulties. You need someone who will hear, understand and help you find your way out of darkness. You need someone who can help you develop the courage to say no to toxic choices and yes to life-affirming decisions.
Internet Addiction
(604) 739-3010
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1E5
Paul Ungar, Psychologist  in Surrey
“Hello, I am a seasoned registered psychologist with experience as a psychiatrist and clinical psychologist. As a young medical doctor, I was confronted by pressing existential questions raised by my patients. Motivated by a sense of duty in providing answers, I completed my Masters Degree in Psychodynamic Therapy and as a student of the well-known Viennese psychiatrist Viktor Frankl, I completed my Ph.D. in Existential Psychotherapy.
Internet Addiction
(604) 229-0679
Surrey, British Columbia V3R 0X6
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
Internet Addiction
(250) 881-1806
Victoria, British Columbia V8Z 3E6
Lieneke Hewlett, Counselor  in Surrey
“My approach heals at the source of an issue, creating lasting positive change in thoughts, feelings, and patterns that often can't be resolved through traditional talk-therapy alone. I use a variety of approaches together with a body-centered process called Focusing, which facilitates deep lasting holistic change in body, mind and spirit. This work is client-centered, meaning that I listen and respond to the unique needs of each person in each session. We set the agenda and pace of counselling together, in a safe atmosphere of respect and empowerment.
Internet Addiction
(778) 837-6391
Surrey, British Columbia V4N 1R9
Mark Watts, Counselor  in Victoria
“If you're reading this then you are possibly searching for a suitable person to talk to regarding something in your life that is not quite the way you would like it to be at the moment. Something may have happened recently, or it might have been building for a while. As a counsellor, I am committed to creating a warm, accepting environment for change and to using the approaches to therapy that have the strongest proven results.
Internet Addiction
(250) 415-2646
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4A1
Nicklas Ehrlich, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“If you have felt frustrated and stuck, There are 3 major reasons that keep you feeling stuck in your life and keep you struggling to make changes. Reason #1: Your subconscious mind is running a program that you can't override through conscious effort alone. When you can't achieve or maintain positive changes, this reinforces your negative subconscious program. It doesn't matter how intelligent, motivated or supported you are, 95% that your subconscious mind holds can easily sabotage the 5% conscious positive intention, especially in times of stress. Its's just your program running trying to fulfill itself.
Internet Addiction
(604) 770-3038
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 1A4
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.
Internet Addiction
(866) 771-9424
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 5A8
Pauline Goh, Counselor  in Nanaimo
“I hold space for your process, providing a safe container where we can cultivate curiosity and non-judgment. As an integral therapist, I tap into our implicit body-mind knowing and what is present in the body to deepen our awareness and consciousness. I have seen great benefits accessing whole-brain approaches in clinical practice that use empathy, emotion, attachment theory and relational aspects in psychotherapy. I enjoy working with individual adults and with couples (including same sex), and have experience working with clients who are dealing with self esteem issues, depression, life transition, addictions, trauma, and cross-cultural challenges.
Internet Addiction
(250) 323-3233
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 3E3
Ferne Strain, Counselor  in Kamloops
“I want to help support you in moving forward in your life. Growth and change is difficult to do on your own. I offer a compassionate perspective and a safe environment. I understand how depression, anxiety and fear can impact your life. Sometimes life can be difficult and you need help to understand your needs and your partner's needs. I offer couple's counseling that helps you break down the barriers in your relationships. People grow and change over time and need support in their journeys. I also offer family therapy and individual counseling to suit your needs.
Internet Addiction
(778) 220-6788
Kamloops, British Columbia V2B 6G2
Edgewood Health Network Victoria, Counselor  in Victoria
“Edgewood Health Network Victoria is a small practice of mental health and addiction providers. We work with individuals, couples and families struggling with substance use, codependency, family conflict and mental health issues that are co-occurring with substance use. We believe that every individual has a unique set of circumstances and our treatment is tailored to meet the needs of the person. We want to help you find the changes you are seeking to live a healthy balanced life.
Internet Addiction
(250) 590-3168
Victoria, British Columbia V9A 3P2
Lyne M Piche, Psychologist  in Abbotsford
“I work with people who have sexual difficulties, sexual concerns and relationship struggles. I focus on addressing sexual issues which include sexual dysfunctions, low sexual desire as well as sexual preoccupation (also known as sexual addiction). I work with both individuals and couples. Some people struggle with establishing, maintaining or ending relationships. Others struggle with sexual identity, sexual preferences or sexual orientation. Finally, it may be that general life problems are most problematic. I am dedicated to helping you find solutions to your problems and to help you increase your satisfaction within your life, within your relationships and within yourself.
Internet Addiction
(778) 552-6747
Abbotsford, British Columbia V2S 3N8
Ginger Henderson, Counselor  in Victoria
Counselor, RTC
“I work with clients from various backgrounds and strive to make every client feel comfortable and important. It is my goal that you feel you are part of a team when we work together. If you are suffering through trauma, substance abuse, life changes, a loss of a loved one, parenting or relationship issues or simply wanting to change some of your life patterns; I am open and available to work with you. I am committed to providing collaborative and safe counselling. If you, or someone you know need someone to talk to please don't hesitate to contact me.
Internet Addiction
(250) 818-9951
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4A1
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Internet Addiction Therapists
Internet addiction (or sometimes formally referred to as internet addiction disorder or "IAD") applies to internet overuse, problematic computer use, or excessive computer use that interferes with ones day to day life. Whether overuse of the internet can be classed as an "addiction" is disputed. But online activities such as compulsive gambling or shopping (sometimes called net compulsions) or reading or playing computer games, can be troubling when they interfere with life's regular activities-even in British Columbia (BC)-such as work, sleep or study.

Internet addictive behaviors in British Columbia (BC) might include excessive, overwhelming, or inappropriate pornography use, gaming, online social networking, blogging, email, or internet shopping. Although not all compulsive behaviors may themselves be addictive.Check here for an internet addiction Therapist in British Columbia (BC), British Columbia (BC) internet addiction [TYPEs] or internet addiction counseling

IAD (internet addiction disorder) is not included in the current DSM (as of 2009) but may possibly be in future.

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).