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Therapists in British Columbia (BC)

Brian Atkinson, Psychologist  in Chilliwack
“For more than 35 years, I have provided assessment and treatment services which have helped children and adults with a variety of stresses and concerns. My experience allows me to connect to a range of presenting problems including the effects of psychological trauma, difficulties with emotional regulation, family stresses, and problems in child development.
(604) 795-5586
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2P 2P2
Own Mind Counselling, Counselor  in North Vancouver
“I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) and have extensive experience helping clients who are navigating a difficult transition in their life. This includes leaving relationships, ending addictive behaviour patterns or grieving a loss. I also work with clients suffering with anxiety disorders, depression and personality disorders. I use a client-centred approach and work with YOUR goals for therapy. I am trained in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. I am honoured to be in this profession and strive to help clients understand themselves better and reconnect with their Own Mind.
(778) 388-9241
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 2K2
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.
(604) 770-3038
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 1A4
Counsel Me Vancouver, Counselor  in Vancouver
“My professional goal is to help people with a variety of issues they face in daily life or that come up as a part of life. Much of my training and experience has taught me how to successfully help people come to terms with or overcome their personal struggles completely. Through my work, I feel privileged to help clients so that they can live a happier, more fulfilling life.
(604) 218-1393
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2R4
Elaine Walker, Counselor  in Kelowna
“If you're experiencing relationship issues with your partner, such as second marriages, co-parenting, sexual intimacy or infidelity, there is hope, even if you think there is none. Self esteem issues can be worked on, as can issues with your children, family or co-workers! Cognitive behaviour therapy can work well for all of these issues, let me help you make the most of your life!
(250) 718-6084
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 4R7
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
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
Mindy Kollman, Counselor  in Surrey
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, RCC, AEF, TIRT, LSRT
“Mindy Kollman, M.Ed, RCC, AEF, TIRT, LSRT. Mindy is certified in Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and Satir Systemic Brief Therapy as well as a Play Therapist. She is a Therapist/Trainer/Public Speaker and has 29 years experiences working with children, teens, couples, families, and individuals counselling. Mindy provides an inviting, safe environment with a respectful and a non-judgmental approach. Her approach is in collaboration with the client and their therapeutic goals, developing positive insights and strategies for a healthier lifestyle and therefore gaining more freedom, success and joy in their lives.
(604) 535-3488
Surrey, British Columbia V4A 1J9
Holly Stepaniuk, Psychologist  in Chilliwack
“Struggling with symptoms of trauma, anxiety, stress, or depression? Life throws curveballs at every one of us. Overwhelming events can create imbalances in our nervous system that negatively affect how we feel and relate to others. Do you feel like you have one foot on the gas and one foot on the brake at the same time? You may be experiencing dysregulation in your nervous system. It's time to jump-start your emotional battery and switch gears! You may not know yet where you want to go, but I can help put you back in the driver's seat!
(604) 795-7999
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2P 4M9
Lorne E Pierce, Psychologist  in Chilliwack
“I am interested in helping children, teenagers, couples, and adults to set and achieve goals that can assist them to make changes in their lives. Change can be a difficult process, but also one that can be very rewarding and fulfilling. Whether you are suffering from depression, relationship problems, grief, anxiety, trauma, stress, or emotional/behavioural issues, talking about your difficulties in an atmosphere of safety and encouragement can help. I want to encourage meaning and purpose in your life while being sensitive to your religious or cultural orientation.
(604) 847-2247
Chilliwack, British Columbia V2R 3T6
Annie Newman,   in Vancouver
“You might be struggling with getting up in the morning, trying to get through the day, crying for seemingly no reason, fighting with close ones, feeling critical with your self, ruminating, wondering if it is worth going on, feeling panicky and low, feeling empty, or hurt easily with what people say to you. You may want to focus on personal growth, creative blocks, self worth, relationships or trauma. We start with your pivotal needs "right now." We develop a therapy plan, discuss how to build our working relationship to deal with any of your personal struggles you wish to resolve.
(778) 785-6859
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1Y9
David J Darwin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kamloops
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BA, MEd, RCC
“I see the counselling process as a means of facilitating positive change for life. The relationship I share with a client is collaborative and meant to enable him or her to take responsibility for his or her own growth. To this end, counselling sessions are goal-oriented and solution-focused, while taking place in the context of a safe and supportive relationship. Counselling addresses emotions, thinking, behaviours, and recent developments in brain science, in order to promote change that is holistic, life-changing, and life-long.
(250) 571-5520
Kamloops, British Columbia V2C 5R9
Breakthrough Counselling and Coaching, Counselor  in Chemainus
“Are you feeling depressed, anxious or stuck? There is nothing worse than feeling trapped behind a wall of negative emotions forming a barrier between you and the happiness you would prefer to feel. I can support you to dismantle those barriers by gaining a new reference point to your life circumstances. As Einstein once said, 'You can't solve a problem from the same level of thinking that created it.' Distressing emotional states generally do not go away on their own, and left unresolved, they will continue to re-emerge increasingly strong and destructive.
(250) 324-3040
Chemainus, British Columbia V0R 1K2
Deborah Pearce Counselling, Counselor  in Kelowna
“Reaching for help is among the most courageous connections we make. If you're here seeking help, possibly you've suffered long, maybe an entire lifetime. It may now seem unbearable. The way to acceptance, support and progress is here. Now is your time. My purpose as a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor supports the greater capacity of mind and body, helping individuals resource within themselves, the empowering release from pain. When no courage is felt, through depression, stress, fear, shame, loneliness, rage, is exactly the time to reach for a soft place to land. Make the call you deeply long to.
(250) 878-9503
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 8C7
Karen Goodfellow, Counselor  in Burnaby
“I work with professionals with relationship concerns...primary love relationships, working/colleagues, business partners, and team dynamics.I have extensive background and education (worked with over 20,000 individuals, couples, teams and organizations). I have been certified in many areas: BC Institute of Technology (Business), Certificate in Fine Arts (Emily Carr University of Art & Design), Registered Therapeutic/Professional Counsellor (Transpersonal Psychology), Registered CranioSacral Therapist (specializing in Trauma Resolution), and a Certified Life Purpose Coach. Along with my partner, we have been running several affordable, accessible couples groups for 5 years. I cover emotional, spiritual, physical, existential, financial or creative struggles.
(604) 444-7477
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 3V6
Kate Day, Counselor  in Victoria
“Counselling is a process that takes courage along with a willingness to heal and accept change. I believe in providing a safe and nonjudgmental environment where clients can feel comfortable in exploring how to begin living the life they want. I use a blend of approaches to address Grief and Loss, Family and Relationship issues, Personal Growth, Life Balance and Self Esteem Issues.
(250) 208-5209
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3B4
“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
Guido Timmermans, Counselor  in Victoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA(Psy), CCC, MScEng, PrE(SA)
“My therapy is about helping you to overcome your pain and confusion and to get you to the life you want. I can help you if you feel anxious or depressed about the future. If you are hurting those you love, you can change that. Do you need to handle your anger better? Are you trying to survive a major loss? If you have little hope or don't know how to go about making these crucial changes, I am here to let you know that you can step-by-step.
(250) 216-0431
Victoria, British Columbia V9B 6R5
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
Synergia Counselling and Consulting, Counselor  in Victoria
“I draw from a variety of theoretical approaches to counselling/therapy depending upon your needs. It is common for clients to arrive with certain issues identified only to discover that there are other deeper and more fundamental issues which underlie them. I work at a pace which is compatible with your ability and willingness to make and integrate change. I am gentle and encouraging, but firm and forthright. I provide a free, no obligation, in person, initial thirty minute consultation for you to determine whether you want me to assist you. My aim is for you to feel welcome, attended to and comfortably challenged.
(888) 743-1028
Victoria, British Columbia V8T 2Y6
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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.