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 Practitioners

VICTORIA, BC

Counselling Julie Evans Counselling

Julie Evans Counselling

Counselling

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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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VICTORIA, BC

Naturopath, Craniosacral Therapy , Herbology , Homeopathic , Naturopathy , Nutritional Counselling Birdsong Naturopathic Clinic – Dr. Jeanette Aditi Ruth Holden ND

Birdsong Naturopathic Clinic – Dr. Jeanette Aditi Ruth Holden ND

Naturopath

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Healing & Health“…you can take apart a clock, you can study all the parts, understand how it works- yet in the end, this will tell you nothing about time” ~ considerations on the mechanistic views of western medicineA lot of western medical paradigm is focused on the science of disease & pathology, which is an extensive and extraordinary system of knowledge- yet what does it mean to be healthy? to heal? where are our systems of healing? which hold us, and let us feel joy and connection, even when we are not feeling so whole? or never have? what allows us avenues/tools/connections for remembering/finding peace within the masses of information about body and disease?The answer to that question, may be an eternal one. Yet, there is a clue that it lies deep in the chambers of each heart. And as we enter the heart, with its beat, we hear a song, a memory. Likely the first song we ever heard, that of our own, and our mother’s, in the womb. And so the journey began.We are not meant to walk these lives as perfect clean beings- we dance, we trip, we love, we get bruised, we get sick, we hurt, we grieve. The question to ask however- is how do we engage, or fall apart with each challenging situation? do you find a balance that works for you? or do you linger there? sometimes stuck and forgetting your tune? staying in patterns of thought, imbalance and disease beyond remembering their role in serving you, to live as freely as possible, to continue to sing or dance, even if its a tune only you can hear…?“Every disease is a musical problem” ~ NovalisNaturopathic medicine combines the western scientific medicine with perspectives of healing that include our entire nature – remind us that we are nature – how to reconnect, remember that we are made up of the very elements of all the natural world. Medicine in this space becomes an art form that includes a weaving of all forces within and without, creating forms of beauty, reconnection and harmony, with new perspectives on health and disease, food, plants, remedies – and reformed ways of connecting to self and the world.“The electromagnetic, oscillating field that every living thing generates as it lives and contains within it the complete story of its current state of being, including every wound, illness, and need… That is much what healing is. The restructure of the field.” ~ Stephen BuhnerThis means treating the individual- their expression, not the disease- and including the history of their upbringing, their wider social/cultural context, as well as their ancestral DNA. This therefore can also mean working in the places where we cannot see, where trauma has left us disconnected, where we struggle with confusion/choices, and trusting that it is within that, that we can find our own wisdom’s peace, and change our fields to choose freedom.Beyond this – we can remember that we did not end up in imbalance on our own, our illness is a collective issue, with roots that go deeper than the individual. The art of learning to carry our own healing, and that of our family or the planet, are intertwined. Each of us hold the ailments of the world (for example, all from injustice to pesticides) in different parts of us -in our bodies, our minds, our hearts – where do you hold (y)ours? where do things build up? where do you need to spend some time, bring your attention, your own balance… where can you step more deeply into your full potential?“The universe is a cohesive entity held in majestic motion by space and her magic grasp. To be obsessed with our quest for personal uniqueness and excellence, while ignoring this life giving space and all she contains, is to behave like immature adolescence. Conversely, to be obsessed with the woes of our planet and lose sight of the true self, which is consciousness and awareness is equally immature” ~ Maya TiwariThe place I sit as naturopathic doctor, is that of sitting as mirror, seeing our health, like our joy, as our birthright. It is a journey, of connecting, of exploring, of finding our song, of finding peace. The tools at our disposal range from western science/ lab tests, to the chambers of our hearts, to the food, plants, sound, thoughts, pulse/tongue diagnosis and connection we ingest daily. What is the fabric, weaving, dance of your health?.

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VICTORIA, BC

Counselling S.A.J.E Wellness & Transition

S.A.J.E Wellness & Transition

Counselling

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VICTORIA, BC

Disordered Eating Counselling , Endocrine Disorder Therapies , Holistic Health Practitioner , Holistic Nutritionist , Inflammatory Disorder Treatments , Mindfulness Training , Nutritional Cleansing , Nutritional Counselling , Women's Health Pacific North Nutrition/Rachel Dickens Registered Dietitian

Pacific North Nutrition/Rachel Dickens Registered Dietitian

Disordered Eating Counselling

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ServicesAt Pacific North Nutrition we want to help you achieve your health-related goals. Some areas that we specialize in include:-Diabetes Management-Food Sensitivities-Heart Health-General Nutrition-Inflammation and Autoimmune Disorders-Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s, Colitis, Celiac)-Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)-Kidney Disease-Nutrient Deficiencies-Vegetarian, Vegan Diets-Weight Management-Women’s Health-Grocery store tours, cooking classes, family counseling and corporate events are also available.If you are looking for a service that is not listed above, please contact us for more information.AboutRachel Dickens is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and founder of Pacific North Nutrition.A member of Dietitians of Canada and is registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia, she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Griffith University in QLD, Australia. After graduating Rachel worked in private practice, diabetes management, and Aboriginal health. Her love for the Pacific Northwest Coast of BC brought her back to Canada to settle in Victoria where she currently works for Island Health in the Diabetes Education Centre.Rachel has over 6 years experience working as a Dietitian and loves sharing her knowledge of healthy eating and cooking. She is passionate about the healing powers of food and empowering individuals to reach their health-related goals. She specializes in weight-loss, vegan and vegetarian diets as well as chronic conditions including diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and heart health..

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