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Therapists in Richmond

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.
(778) 231-9576
Richmond, British Columbia V6V 2W7
Judith Barnard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BEd, MSW, RSW
“I offer out-reach services (I come to you) to help women 19 years+ who experience the debilitating fear and distress of anxiety live calmly, peacefully and independently. My second focus is helping parents "parent" their anxious children. Stress triggers anxiety. Anxiety can change a once independent, confident woman with high self-esteem into a fearful, frightened and overly cautious shell of her former self. Stressors include family issues, trauma, built-up anger, body image, grief/loss, dysfunctional family relationships, and work/life balance. Constant anxiety is often accompanied by depression and fatigue.
(604) 233-0845
Richmond, British Columbia V7C 5S6
Richmond Counseling Clinic, Psychologist  in Richmond
“At Richmond Counseling Clinic, your well-being is our top priority. We provide a safe space for you to work on your concerns and problems, and we facilitate active ways of fostering personal growth and change. It can be difficult to open up to strangers about personal concerns, feelings and internal struggles. Our therapists understand this and offer non-judgmental validation and support of what you are feeling and experiencing, as well as gentle encouragement of change. We work with a variety of client issues and ages at our clinic, including children, youth, adults, couples and families..
(604) 247-2333
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3K8
Can Am Interventions Patricia M. Pike, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, ICADC, CAADCII, LAADC, CIP, NAADAC
“CAADC II - Member of California Certification Board of Alcohol & Drug Counselors ICADC - International Addiction Certification - PCB / CIP - Pennsylvania Certification Board - Certified Intervention Professional AIS -Association of Intervention Specialists NII - work of Independent Interventionists AID - Adult Instructor Diploma (AID) BC, Canada NAADAC - Education Provider- National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Counselors CACCF - Education Provider - Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation. Her 22 Years working in the Addiction, Behavioral & Mental Healthcare System.
(415) 692-0590
Richmond, British Columbia V6V 2W7
Bertha Cohen, Counselor  in Richmond
“If you are feeling overwhelmed, sad and are having difficulty coping, you will find a safe, confidential environment for you to reduce your stress.By building on your unique strengths, I will help you to develop strategies to assist you to better cope with the challenges you are facing. I have a holistic approach, working with you on your thoughts, feelings, behaviour, and taking into consideration the social and spiritual aspects of your life as appropriate.
(778) 785-1352
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 5J9
Sylvana A Yeomans, Counselor  in Richmond
“I have worked with families facing transitions for the past 25 years. I think most people can find motivation to change. As a counsellor/therapist, I connect and engage with the person creating a safe and confidential space. My role is to facilitate a therapeutic conversational process that supports clients to become aware of their options and strengths.
(778) 297-6066
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 1X3
Andrew Neufeld, Counselor  in Richmond
“I enjoy working with clients from many different backgrounds. I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families who are struggling and are looking to invest in their own future and those of their loved ones. I currently work in private practice as well as in a hospital setting and am very comfortable with the wide range of mental illness and relationship issues and welcome any clients struggling with mild mental health or relationship issues up to severe cases in each area. I only ask that clients want to move forward.
(866) 957-9897
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 1L8
“I am a Registered Psychologist in private practice with offices in Richmond and Vancouver, offering psychotherapy and counseling for individuals (age 17 and up), relationship therapy for couples and familes, and psychological assessment. Areas of practice include depression, anxiety, trauma, marital/relationship difficulties, grief/loss, and stress. I work with a highly diverse clientele; individuals and couples, persons in specialized occupations (e.g., police, physicians), and corporate clients. To learn more about some of the reasons people come to see me, how therapy can help you, and to read articles on self-help topics, visit: www.terryestrin.com.
(604) 210-1836
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 5J9
Glenda Wallace, Counselor  in Richmond
“Do you want to change the patterns in your important relationships? Do you seek more balance in your life? Do you need a safe place to be heard? Through our conversations, you will broaden your awareness of relationships, connection, balance, family, guilt, grief and loss.
(604) 800-2732
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Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2B2
Morgan Van Vliet, Counselor  in Richmond
“Hello. I am passionate about helping people live a fulfilling life, and to see those hurting overcome their struggles and be healed from their pain. Before starting my own practice, I worked at a residential counselling centre offering services to young women struggling with eating disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, physical and sexual abuse, and self-harm. I have specialized training in Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) for eating disorders, which is the leading evidence-based therapy across the full range of eating disorders/eating problems (Fairburn, 2008).
(778) 242-5161
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Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2C1
Carson Alexander Kivari, Counselor  in Richmond
“Do you feel foggy or only half-present, struggling through the day? Have you felt aggravated and misunderstood, or worried that you'll snap? Do you have unexplained aches, or digestive and sleep problems? Does life mean hiding who you are and choosing to 'go away?' While these issues are common, we usually isolate and blame ourselves. Yet by reading this, you are choosing self-compassion. I offer you warmth and professional skill to help undo aloneness as together we build the inner-security that you both deserve and are hardwired to experience.
(604) 227-0297
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Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2B6
Janyse Hrynkow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, ECE, BA, PSYC, MA, PSYC
“I enjoy working with adults / children, individuals as well as relationships. and have been an adult educator and psychotherapist for almost 25 years. I am a clinical supervisor, have taught clinical psychology and love to create programs for the community.My focus in using integrative therapies to support my clients as they connect with their inner strengths and resources to create new patterns in their lives and to live as fully as they can. I use various therapeutic methods and treatment plans to meet clients needs that have resulted in increased strengths, new skill development, creative energy,confidence and wellness.
(604) 875-6318
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Richmond, British Columbia V6V 1R1
Treatment Facility
“Edgewood Health Network Vancouver 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. With a background in addictions and mental health our clinicians specialties include addiction and codependency as well as trauma and co-occurring disorders (using CBT and Narrative therapy). We believe that substance abuse often impacts the whole family and we are interested in engaging the family in the change process. Our services include individual, couples and family counseling, trauma counseling, alcohol and drug counseling, Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP), group therapy, drug and alcohol monitoring and mindfulness meditation groups. In addition we specialize in sexual addiction, and have a Certified Sex Addiction counselor on staff.
(604) 734-1100
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Richmond, British Columbia V7C 1C9
Pablee Wong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MC, RCC, RMFT, RPT-S, CPT-S
“I believe that individuals have significant impact on each other in their relationships & family system. It is my world view that individuals could become emotionally healthy when given a safe, accepting, and nurturing environment with necessary boundaries.
(604) 200-0521
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Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2X9
Rolf Schrader, Counselor  in Richmond
“Are you struggling with life or facing a difficult challenge? Do you have an inner critic who is just tearing you down? As your psychotherapist, I can help you eliminate those patterns or parts that have been impeding your progress, stopping you from having the life you want, you deserve. Together in a safe, compassionate, non-judgmental space you can:
(778) 371-3449
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Richmond, British Columbia V6X 3R2
Tidal Grace, Counselor  in Richmond
“I am passionate about helping and watching my clients become who they are-finding their real essence of humanity, their inner core, that depth within them, so that they may become excited and revitalize by their own possibilities. One of my key strengths in my sessions is the fluidity of my emotional and psychological repertoire, and my ability to adapt these traits to my clients' needs. I may be very gentle, I may be forceful; I may be serious, I may be playful. My clients respect me for this adaptability, as my resonance with them allows them to grow.
(604) 352-4722
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Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2R2
Meris Williams, Counselor  in Richmond
“I help adults who experience depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, grief/loss, or who are adjusting to a physical injury. Often, my clients deeply want to feel more present in their lives, more confident and comfortable in their own skin, and more connected with others. I offer a counselling relationship that will help you get unstuck and move forward. I am continually amazed and inspired by the changes my clients make as a result of counselling.
(778) 828-9702
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Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 1Z3
Boris Kerjner, Counselor  in Richmond
“Is the pain of depression, anxiety, or stress leaving you tiered and disappointed? You may have tried a myriad of ways to solve your problem but found no lasting solution. There is one important thing that you need to understand, true and lasting change demands a holistic approach, a realignment on all levels of your life. You CAN achieve the mental, emotional and spiritual wholeness that you have been longing for. From emotional overwhelm to poor attention and mental performance, lasting positive resolution begins with a brain-centered, whole-person approach to the health of your mind and body.
(604) 771-1066
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Richmond, British Columbia V7E 2E4
Carly Goodfellow, Counselor  in Richmond
“I am a compassionate Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist for individuals and couples who want to heal from depression, social anxiety, trauma and abuse and relationship difficulties in a safe and non-judgmental environment. With a warm, nurturing and effective relational approach, I can help you recover your self-worth, heal early trauma wounds, find your centre of calm, build confidence in relationships and find joy and vitality that might be painfully missing in your life. Quality and effective psychotherapy is my utmost priority so I tailor my methods to your individual needs. I am looking forward to working with you.
(604) 200-0586
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Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 2V7
Janice Ebenstiner, Counselor  in Richmond
“Has your family experienced a major stress that is causing overwhelming feelings, worry,sadness,fear and difficulty coping? I have extensive experience with children, adolescents and families who are struggling with anxiety,depression, separation/divorce as well as issues related to trauma or abuse. You will learn positive coping strategies and develop greater inner strength and resilience. Through an interactive process of individual or family therapy, you will experience a greater understanding of yourself or your child/teen's needs. Discover how to strengthen your coping skills and improve your family relationships again. Call me for a free consultation.
(604) 787-7258
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V7C 5W5

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