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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Katherine Aucoin, Counselor  in Osoyoos
“Blossoming Mother Skype Counselling: where great women become extraordinary mothers. If you are thinking of becoming pregnant, already pregnant or a new mom, navigating the expectations of motherhood often results in anxiety, overwhelm, fear, disappointment, and loneliness. Society often paints a rosy picture of motherhood. Yet, for many, the quiet truth is their experience is far from that reality. If there is a gap between what you hoped to experience and what you are really experiencing - get clear about who you want to be as a mother, and minimize the illusions of who you or others think you should be!
(250) 485-8606
Osoyoos, British Columbia V0H 1V6
Core Perspectives Counselling Services, Counselor  in Kelowna
“Hello, my name is Helen Hofer and I am a Registered Professional Counsellor and am a practicing Psychotherapist in Private Practice. I work with individuals, couples and families. Although I specialize in Grief Recovery, I work with a variety of presenting concerns which include depression, anxiety and relationship issues.Thank you for taking a moment to learn how I can help you make some significant and meaningful changes in your life. It is my privilege to help my clients move from a place of dissatisfaction or unhappiness in their relationships, careers, or self-esteem and arrive at a place of joy and success.
(250) 864-5239
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 4R2
Essential Therapy  in West Vancouver
“I have experience in California, Montreal and Nairobi. I treat anxiety, depression, couples issues, family issues, trauma and personal growth and identity issues. I use use a combination of person centered, existential and psychodynamic psychotherapy. I also treat trauma, PTSD and phobias using EMDR.
(514) 224-1717
West Vancouver, British Columbia V7W 1L9
Rolf Schrader, Counselor  in Vancouver
“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
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3X8
Brett B. Ginter - Registered Psychologist, Psychologist  in Salmon Arm
“You are one step closer to feeling stronger and on a positive path to growth and well-being. We can better understand and resolve challenges in our lives with the help of a caring professional. As a psychologist, my goal is to help you work through what you are facing today. I will use counselling approaches that you are most comfortable with which will help us look at things that may be holding you back from experiencing a happier life.
(250) 804-5326
Salmon Arm, British Columbia V1E 2W7
Conscious Thoughts Counselling, Counselor  in Kelowna
“Many people experience times in their lives when they begin to feel overwhelmed and have difficulty coping. Feelings of shame, fear, loneliness, anger and hurt can have us feeling trapped and like we will never be okay. Counselling can often help people with a transition to a place of balance, where they are much better able to cope, and not feel as overwhelmed. Not only will they be better able to cope, they can develop strategies that can make their lives more manageable and balanced in the future as well.
(250) 878-2276
Kelowna, British Columbia V1X 5G3
Goli Shifteh, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“I adopted a humanistic orientation over the ten years of my counselling practice. I believe the core of human development is both psychological and spiritual; and supportive therapy can help awaken individuals' dormant spirit and guide them through profound personal transformations. I work with adults, teenagers, couples, individuals, and groups. I use client-centered Lifespan Integration (LI) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and I use Cross-Cultural approaches in working with my immigrant clients (Iranians & other immigrant communities). (LI): The human mind develops interactively in response to the early childhood environment. The developing neural system "hardwire" interprets events and stays with individuals throughout their lifetime.
(604) 987-3535
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 1N9
“I have been working as a counsellor for 19 years and my work focuses on addiction and trauma issues. They often go hand in hand but not always as each person is unique. The focus of my counselling work is very respectful as I acknowledge that you know yourself best. Most people seek out counselling because they are stuck in old patterns that they have outgrown yet need help to move forward in a new, more helpful way. I appreciate the courage it takes to reach out and I will work hard to help you make the changes you need.
(250) 591-0991
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 3A9
Alex Angioli, Counselor  in Chilliwack
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, STM, PhDcand, RCC
“Wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here. I will listen carefully, drawing on 30 years' experience. Using evidence based methods, I provide effective means to solve relationship and communication issues in couples and parenting and blended families. I provide individual counselling for anger, anxiety, depression, or grief or loss. Working with your best qualities and talents, we can find a solution. Workplace problems causing confusion? I can help you solve these emotional challenges. Perhaps you are finding the same dead ends over and over? It's time to make a fresh start.
(778) 552-5293
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2P 1Z6
Lee Lourdeaux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, RCSW
“Everyone’s story is unique and no therapy session follows a predictable path. Yet the steps below provide a general outline of how your therapy sessions with me may progress: *We identify a path that confirms your values and promotes positive change; *We discuss the problem in concret terms; *We evaluate its negative effects on your life; life. *We figure out exactly how it works in your day. *We consider skills to reduce the problem Even with quite serious problems, this process generally takes a handful of months, not years, to attain lasting results.
(604) 800-2725
Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1M2
Jennifer Hollinshead, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Deciding to engage in counselling can be an extremely rewarding, yet challenging process. Counselling may help you overcome intense emotions, heal from trauma, and thrive within stressful life transitions. Finding a counsellor that is compassionate, knowledgeable and unbiased is essential to a helpful counselling experience. I work with women who are looking to improve their quality of life in many different ways. Some want to reduce unpleasant aspects of their lives (depression, anxiety, relationship problems, loneliness). Some clients come in feeling "ok" but want to increase the meaning and pleasure they derive from life. Many clients want both!
(604) 833-6140
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3X8
Lorill Drummund, Counselor  in White Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, RCC, EFTcert, EMDRcer
“Do you and your partner get stuck in repetitive arguments that are never resolved, and leave you frustrated, hurt, and farther apart, but you still love each other? Are you struggling to keep your marriage together after an infidelity or some other betrayal? There may be nothing obviously wrong in your marriage, but you feel lonely and disconnected. Are you troubled by traumatic memories of assault or childhood abuse? Are you still grieving long after the loss of a loved one?
(604) 880-7416
White Rock, British Columbia V4B 3Z8
Matthew Gardner, Counselor  in Victoria
“Life is beautiful. But it's also challenging, unpredictable and constantly shifting. However strong and flexible they are, everyone encounters periods of crisis when their usual coping strategies prove inadequate. Interestingly, the Chinese character for 'crisis' comprises words meaning 'danger' and 'opportunity'. Anguish serves a purpose: it catalyzes change. And though change is frequently difficult, frightening and painful, it's also necessary for growth. A crisis announces a new beginning: an opportunity to pursue a more authentic, rewarding and meaningful life. As a counsellor, I help people negotiate the dangers of a crisis, and seize the unrecognized opportunities they conceal.
(778) 678-7776
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1P3
Kevin Rose, Counselor  in Bowen Island
“Struggling with anxiety, loss, loneliness or trauma? I offer compassion and an open heart to support you to move through your pain toward experiencing peace and self-acceptance. I will help you to establish goals for yourself and take measured steps at your own pace toward those goals, co-creating effective ways to navigate your struggles by building upon your own unique personal strengths. I encourage you to realize the rich, creative potential that lies within you, and bring enthusiasm and some humor to the process of co-creating your path to connection and well-being!
(604) 961-0653
Bowen Island, British Columbia V0N 1G1
Sophia M Van Vuuren, Psychologist  in West Vancouver
“Psychotherapy is the confidential process where you can get insight from an experienced registered Psychologist in understanding how life-stressors can interfere with your thinking patterns, feelings, beliefs, needs, behaviour and relationships. Prolonged exposure to stress, unhappiness, conflict, trauma, abuse or problematic relationships can lead to anxiety, depression, grief, anger or other behavioural problems. Brain research clearly indicated that early psychological intervention can prevent mental and physical illnesses. Clients now have the opportunity to be proactive and learn the skills on how to protect their mental health, restore their competence and happiness and develop a strong sense of well-being and resiliency.
(604) 922-3932
West Vancouver, British Columbia V7V 1J7
Bea Mackay, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“For 28 years I have enjoyed working with individuals, couples and families. I believe in using methods that are grounded in theory and research. My goal is to help people help themselves. I view people as resourceful. My role is to facilitate them in accessing and expressing their thoughts and feelings. Self-awareness enables people to access their own resources, allowing them to live the life they want to live. I see myself as a resource for people who want confidential help to deal with personal issues and I strive hard to deliver effective productive service in a timely manner.
(604) 299-4008
Vancouver, British Columbia V6K 2G3
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
Soulstir Counselling and Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Victoria
“In the last 25 years, my practice evolved to help people not only find inner resources to meet challenges of depression, anxiety, relational conflicts, trauma, addictions, but to promote deeper healing, which only becomes available in the midst of inner crisis. Together we will work on helping you develop skill of regulating painful emotions as well as deepening your inner life to include awareness of your unique gifts, your purpose in life and qualities that perhaps lied dormant until now.
(778) 678-0137
Victoria, British Columbia V8N 1G2
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!
(250) 884-4959
Victoria, British Columbia V8Z 5K8
Russell Stagg MC RCC, Counselor  in Ladysmith
“It's not easy talking to someone about your most intimate personal problems. In fact, it can take a lot of courage just to walk in the door. I recognize this. No matter how anxious or confused you feel, I will do my utmost to welcome you, accept you, and understand you. I will listen to you, support you, and help you to change.
(250) 802-5328
Ladysmith, British Columbia V9G 1A8
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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?
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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.