Counselling

Counsellors offer help with mental health issues via in-person sessions or online therapy. This can include couples counselling, family counselling, or therapy for depression.

Counselling Services

QUALICUM BEACH, BC

Couples Counselling

$140

1h

Buffy Trupp, M.A., R.C.C.

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Couples Counselling

QUALICUM BEACH, BC

Individual Counselling

$120

1h

Buffy Trupp, M.A., R.C.C.

5.0 (0)

Individual Counselling

QUALICUM BEACH, BC

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

$140

1h

Buffy Trupp, M.A., R.C.C.

5.0 (0)

60 minute PCIT

Counselling Practitioners

COURTENAY, BC

Counselling/Somatic Psychotherapy/Expressive & Performing Arts Diane Brusell Counselling

Diane Brusell Counselling

Counselling/Somatic Psychotherapy/Expressive &...

5.0 (0)

Services I offer: complimentary half hour consultation on the telephone or in person to gives us a chance to see if we are a good fit for counselling together. You are under no obligation to continue. If my practice is full or I feel I may not best meet your needs, I can refer you to one of my colleagues. If we continue together I will provide consent and policy forms to be completed prior to our first session. In our first session I will ask questions and prompt you to share reflections to generate insight and the direction for us to continue on. I will provide suggestion to how we may further proceed and together we shall assess, if any, of the other MODALITIES I offer can be of service to you. You will be supported throughout to listen deeply to yourself and communicate your needs, desires and understanding. Additional Modalities. I have found that the therapeutic process can sometimes be enhanced by incorporating creative, exploratory experiences. You will have the opportunity to discover yourself anew through movement, posture, vocalization, writing, song writing, tactile creations, therapeutic gardening, yoga and/or theatrical representation. I will never ask you to do anything you’re not interested in trying as the work is intended to extend your understanding of your inner self. To help move through stagnation, confusion and frustration to more fulfilling states of being. But it will start with and return to your own innate interest and willingness. You will be continuously reminded to notice and listen to your own truth as the primary navigational tool. Our bodies are often a short cut to understanding patterns that are no longer useful, and provide insight into new ways of being and expressing what is most needing to be heard. There is a vast intelligence and esoteric understanding available when we are willing to brave the discomfort of exploring our uncharted, inner terrain. It is my intention to create a space where you feel safe and supported to be seen and heard.

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VICTORIA, BC

Counselling,Chair Yoga , Counselling , Couples Counselling , Depression Counselling , Life Transitions , Meditation , Mindfulness Training , Mitzvah , Relaxation and Visualization , Restorative Yoga , Trauma Counselling , Trauma Sensitive Yoga , Yoga Instruction Body-Mind-Spirit Counselling

Body-Mind-Spirit Counselling

Counselling

5.0 (0)

It is challenging being a human! Regardless of who you are, your religious views, your gender, your income—suffering, confusion and heartache are part of life.  However,  counselling can turn these difficulties into  opportunities for growth, healing, and transformation.With a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology, I work as a Registered Clinical Counsellor. My approach to therapy is Holistic because, true well being occurs when body, heart, mind  and spirit are integrated. I have a special interest in a holistic approach to depression and anxiety, and existential concerns.I am inspired to  cultivate  “unconditional positive regard” for my clients. Depending on the individual, and  their situation, I draw on a array of techniques such as narrative, solution-focused, cognitive behavioural, somatic and mindful based therapies.Mindfulness  informs my work.  Rather than being lost in a story, we can  pay attention to what is happening in the present moment. By slowing down and focusing on the here and now, a deeper level of truth arises.  It’s exciting that the  research on  mindfulness and neuroscience is burgeoning. Neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to rewire itself, indicates that change is possible on any level, at any age, under any conditions.Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  is a natural complement to mindfulness practice. While mindfulness cultivates a non-reactive awareness of thoughts and emotions, Cognitive behavioural therapy addresses the content of our thoughts. It is often,  our distorted thinking  that creates suffering. When we can change our thinking pattern, we change our perception of ourselves and the world.I am fascinated by the body and it’s inherent wisdom. I have been teaching Yoga since 2001.  I am highly skilled at observing the body and what it is expressing.  As a Yoga therapist I use simple yogic practices to help manage anxiety and stress.  I’ve also been studying somatic work for years. Somatic work is extremely effective in dealing with trauma, regulating the nervous system and accessing other realms of deep knowing.I am also very passionate about Couples Counselling and the Emotionally Focused Therapy model developed by Sue Johnson.  It’s very inspiring to work with couples as they let their guard down, show vulnerability and move closer to authentic connection.For individuals wishing to transition gender, I provide hormone readiness assessments.It’s important to choose a counsellor that you feel comfortable with and trust. I offer a free 30-minute initial consultation..

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VANCOUVER, BC

Counselling Colette Mrazek Counselling

Colette Mrazek Counselling

Counselling

5.0 (0)

Clinical Counselling

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VICTORIA, BC

Counselling Julie Evans Counselling

Julie Evans Counselling

Counselling

5.0 (0)

I’m Julie, and I provide individual counselling to struggling teens and to adults who are having difficulties coping with the inevitable ups and downs of life. I believe that even the most confident and capable of us can sometimes get stuck in challenging circumstances and unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling and acting that unwittingly take us away from what matters most. My approach to counselling can help you learn new ways of understanding, relating to and coping with your painful experiences and encourages you to take intentional steps towards a rich and meaningful life I’m a Victoria-based counsellor and certified life coach with over 15 years of clinical counselling experience working with teens and their parents as well as with adults.  Working together, I can help people learn to cope differently with a variety of challenges, including: -Worry and anxiety -Low mood and depression -Stress, overwhelm, perfectionism -Life transitions -Grief and loss -Interpersonal relationship challenges -Difficult life events from the past -Support and accountability for achieving a long term goal -Gender identity and sexuality -Women’s issues My approach to counselling is one of collaboration, rapport and respect. I integrate many evidence-based practices, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy,  Interpersonal Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Positive Psychology, mindfulness practices and an attachment framework. I also incorporate my unique skills from life coaching, helping you set meaningful goals for change based on the kind of life you want to live and the person you want to be. .

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