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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

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 V8R 4V9
“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
Whole Heart Counselling, Counselor  in Westbank
“What can you expect when you come to Whole Heart Counselling? You can expect dignity, respect, confidentiality and the knowledge that I will never hold you in judgement. Whether you are suffering from grief and loss, chronic pain, a difficult relationship, lack of confidence, or just plain need to talk to someone, I can be there for you. It would be my honour.
(250) 575-8555
Westbank, British Columbia V4T 1N3
Kayla Hochfelder, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I have been in private practice for over eight years, combining traditional psychotherapy with the expressive arts and nature based techniques. I work with families, children, individuals, couples and groups. Specialities include but are not limited to illness, loss and grief, anxiety, stress, depression, trauma and post traumatic stress disorder, family and relationship issues, spiritual crisis, and creative blocks. I am also trained in Guided Imagery from the Academy of Guided Imagery and am a practicing EMDR clinician as well as a certified doula.
(604) 706-4279
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1E3
B Proactive Counselling, Counselor  in Kelowna
“B Proactive Counselling is invested in providing client centered counselling both in person and/or online. Information is woven through each session in order to prevent further breakdown in the individual, their relationships and/or their work performance. Barb's focus is on helping you find your authentic self. She can guide you through a process of taking a look at your current foundation to see where there may be cracks in it.
(778) 363-2272
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 4R9
Marcela Y Mrnka, Counselor  in Duncan
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, RSW-FDC, MaCpsyc, (cand)
“My philosophy is one of supporting people in accessing their strength and power, and providing tools, resources, new perspectives and advocacy, based on any individual's/ family's defined needs. I believe that everyone has the right to dignified, respectful services, regardless of current position in life. I believe that history and context often inform choices and responses, but needn't predict future behaviour. My work with children and families focuses on the best interests of the child(ren), taking into account parental rights and wishes. Children are always considered 'the client,' and their well being is the paramount focus.
(250) 588-2324
Duncan, British Columbia V9L 1P5
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
Langley, British Columbia V3A 6G2
Ruth Skutezky, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“I see adults who are struggling with a variety of issues, such as: anxiety, depression, anger, relationship concerns, grief, boredom, and lack of meaning in their lives. I also help support couples through difficult periods or times of transition, including as they enter cohabitation, marriage or parenthood, or after an affair occurs. It can be difficult to reach out for help and one of my main goals is to ensure clients feel supported and safe, when they don't know where else to turn.
(778) 886-9946
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 3N6
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
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
Petra Zebroff, Counselor  in Vancouver
“My goal as a therapist is to help you feel more confident in who you are, to help you find full and satisfying relationships (both sexual and non-sexual), greater energy and an overall feeling of well-being. Petra Zebroff, Ph.D. is a sex therapist certified by the American College of Sexologists, Div 35 of American Psychological Association, registered by the Professional Counsellors Association and has written hundreds of articles for Huffington Post, Sexual Health and Sexlife magazine and is a member of Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and AASECT.
(604) 428-8889
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1L2
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
Jill Korstrom, Professional Certified Coach  in West Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Professional Certified Coach, PCC, CPCC, BSC
“Are you up for some fierce conversation? You are not broken and you do not need fixing! I will hold you as creative, resourceful and whole. Life Coaching is best described as professionally assisted self-mastery. The primary need of most people is not the advice or direction from others. Rather, the primary need of most people is clarification of their own thinking. You are the expert of your own life and I am an expert in curiosity. As a Life & Legacy Coach at Meridian Life Design Inc. (meridianlifedesign.com) my official title is "Truth Teller, Provocateur, Creatrix and Passionado".
(604) 921-0088
West Vancouver, British Columbia V7W 2T5
Replenish Counselling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Counselling is a safe space in which individuals are invited to take a closer look at who they are. I truly believe that feeling seen and heard is a crucial part of the human experience, and foundational in allowing individuals to foster their own sense of belonging and significance in the world. It is my passion for this process that drew me to this field, and it is a joy to witness individuals embarking on journeys of discovery that lead to greater abilities to act from an authentic, integrated place that acknowledges and honours their voices, needs, and experiences.
(778) 387-1623
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1E3
Christine Kishor, Counselor  in Kelowna
Counselor, RTC
“As a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor I bring both life experience and a solid understanding of applied psychology to my practice. I am a wife and mother of six children with aging parents and therefore I am keenly aware of the many challenges family life and the many transitions life presents. I provide a safe environment with compassion and empathy to those who seek help to journey through life's difficulties. I believe we all have a family history and once come to understand our family generational patterns we can bring that awareness to make positive life changes in the present.
(778) 215-2888
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 5X4
Shari Bender, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Deep Listening, Steadfast Understanding, Practical Support.These are the core elements I bring to the therapeutic work. I listen fully and deeply to what you are saying and not saying.Through the listening we come to the understanding. Together we begin to identify the deeper patterns.We may look at how patterns of thinking and self talk undermine your sense of self worth. My goal is to help you build skills and awareness so that, in a very down-to-earth way, you can live your everyday life with more satisfaction and ease.
(607) 218-8645
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1S2
Heart to Heart Counselling, Counselor  in Fort St John
“Are you stressed? Anxious? In conflict? Life is really challenging. You find yourself lying awake at night, wondering how to handle all the pressures upon you. Your emotions swing wildly -- usually more down than up. Tears surge at odd times, and you feel suffocated by the heaviness in your chest. Or, you're experiencing problems in a relationship: with your spouse, your boss, or someone else whom you're close to. The strife and negative feelings that surround your relationship problems are draining you. You can't fix things on your own and you know you need help.
(250) 793-1582
Fort St John, British Columbia V1J 4M6
Shelley Dewar, Counselor  in Victoria
“If you or someone close to you is struggling, counselling can help. I offer individual, couple and family counselling to adults, youth, and children. Having worked in various settings has afforded me the opportunity to develop skills in a broad range of practice areas. Regardless of who you are or your concern, my initial focus is both developing a respectful working relationship with you and a thorough understanding of who you are in your life context. This understanding and respect leads to well formulated goals and the use of approaches that are a good fit for you.
(250) 858-7670
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1G2
James Kerr, Counselor  in Victoria
“Do you want more joy out of life? Would you like to attain a higher quality of life? Congratulations, you have taken a courageous first step towards CHANGE. My approach is simple: create a safe and welcoming environment. Next, take the time to develop a relationship based on honesty, empathy and non-judgement. I will help you create AWARENESS by connecting the dots and untangling the mysteries of life. Together we can heal your hurts, and arm you with insight to the patterns, roadblocks and obstacles that have prevented you from finding the happiness and fulfillment you seek.
(250) 580-9050
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 0B6
“The Vancouver Psychology Centre is a group of like-minded professionals here to provide evidence-based assessment, consultation and treatment to all ages who seek greater happiness and meaning in their lives. Our Psychologists, Counsellors Art Therapists and Youth Care Workers use the science of psychology and apply it to the goals of positive emotion and connection. We highlight people's strengths and use Positive Psychology's science and techniques to maximize positive emotion, virtuous personal characteristics, fulfilment with life and to improve connection with others.
(604) 733-7709
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1R1
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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.