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Dr. David Kealy

Dr. David Kealy

MSW, PhD, University of British Columbia
Years in practice: 21

My approach to psychotherapy is tailored to the particular problems, strengths, and experiences of each individual client. Although I am informed by my research – and the research and theories of others – on identity and personality, emotions and interpersonal relationships, and the effects of trauma, I base my work in therapy on an understanding of the individual. This individualized focus lends itself to a variety of issues that lead people to seek therapy. While every therapy is unique, I maintain an overall commitment to establishing a professional, safe, and comfortable therapeutic relationship to help clients address important personal goals and challenges.

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Jordan Malm

Vancouver, British Columbia

Jordan Malm

MA in Counselling Psychology, University of British Columbia
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My passion towards working in mental health was illuminated after volunteering with individuals struggling with severe and persistent mental health and substance dependence concerns in the community and hospital settings. This inspired my career transition out of engineering, giving me the opportunity to acquire further clinical experiences such as working in detoxification treatment centres, clinical and community settings which includes psychiatrists, nurses and social workers, as well as private settings working alongside parents, youth and the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
What brings an individual into counselling is as unique as their journey to get there. However, my aim is to have each client leave with the common benefit of sustained growth and development. I work from a foundation of psychosocial, strength and evidence-based treatment approaches to guide the therapeutic process and support the client in feeling equipped in actualizing their goals and aspirations.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Dr. Rene Weideman

Vancouver, British Columbia

Dr. Rene Weideman

PhD, University of British Columbia
Years in practice: 39
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Approach & areas of focus: My therapy is generally more exploratory than directive. I see adults with a variety of difficulties including problems with: relationships, mood, anxiety, grief, traumatic experiences, and life transitions.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Mike Mathers

Vancouver, British Columbia

Mike Mathers

MSc, Kings College London
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

For 15+ years I have worked in residential and outpatient treatment programs with both individuals and groups. I have a passion for helping individuals and families impacted by substance use disorders as well as for supporting first responders and other public safety personnel dealing with operational stress injuries. I use a blend of approaches including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), existential therapy and mindfulness.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Dave Lige

Vancouver, British Columbia

Dave Lige

MA in Counselling, Yorkville University
Years in practice: 16
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Having worked for the past 15 years in the areas of counselling therapy, sports psychology, group facilitation, personal training and leadership development, I have blended my experience and education to develop an approach that is relatable, empowering and normalizes the counselling experience for men who want change.
Utilizing a dynamic educational model that focuses on client-based exercises that encourage self-reflection and engagement, I help men develop the framework and skill sets necessary for tangible results. Simply stated, we are motivated from our core beliefs and emotions and understanding these concepts can be invigorating and empowering!

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Scott Arner

Vancouver, British Columbia

Scott Arner

MEd, Simon Fraser University
Years in practice: 19
Offers:  Remote Therapy

For 18+ years I have assisted adults struggling with mental health issues, substance use, trauma, anger, grief, as well as isolation and disconnection. I use a collaborative approach with clients to develop treatment plans, and goal setting. You know your experience — your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours — better than anyone else. I incorporate mindfulness into my therapy practice to aid in anxiety reduction, productivity, self-awareness and confidence. I have studied and include in my practice other approaches such as cognitive behaviour therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, secular Buddhism, narrative, Imago (for effective couples’ communication) and emotion-focused therapy.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Toby Macklin

Vancouver, British Columbia

Toby Macklin

MA in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University. Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), BC Association of Clinical Counsellors.
Years in practice: 12
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Based in British Columbia, I work online with men across Canada who want to live more satisfying and meaningful lives, often in the face of trauma. My clients have realized that events in their past still have a hold on them and are preventing them from living the way they want. Many have had physically, emotionally, or sexually abusive childhoods, or have had frightening or painful experiences as younger adults. Though they may have come through the worst, they find their lives still affected years later. The counselling I offer can help you recover and grow through depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Dr. Gloria Jacobucci

Golden, British Columbia

Dr. Gloria Jacobucci

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Simon Fraser University
Years in practice: 23
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach typically includes managing current symptoms and addressing underlying causes. Interpersonal patterns are often at the heart of depression, so our work together may include a focus on improving relationships with family, friends, co-workers, and others. My work is through video only, as I am located in Calgary, but I am happy to work with clients located anywhere in BC.

Golden, British Columbia
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Paul Brennan

Victoria, British Columbia

Paul Brennan

MA in Counselling, Athabasca University
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a private practice psychologist focusing on depression, anxiety, anger and related mood issues. Overall, my approach is more on the structured side. I approach therapy as a set of moves that anybody can learn in order to help themselves work with thoughts, emotions and behaviours. Although history can be important, the main focus of my work is here and now, because that’s the only time when change can happen.

Victoria, British Columbia
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Kaitlin Stephens

Vancouver, British Columbia

Kaitlin Stephens

MA, City University
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I hold the space and assist you with sorting things out that need to be explored. I tailor my approach to suit your needs and goals through collaboration and gentle guidance. I provide simple, step-by-step processes that can be applied and used.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Mr. Gerry Bock

Surrey, British Columbia

Mr. Gerry Bock

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University
Years in practice: 32
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Our practice is focused on assessing the sources of the issues and providing strategies and tools for the management and resolution of symptoms.

Specifically, we offer services for Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Relationship Improvement, Mediation, and High Conflict family situations.

We welcome the opportunity to connect with you and discuss how we can assist.

We offer sessions through Face to Face, Telephone, Zoom, and Skype.

Surrey, British Columbia
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Ms. Sara Warren

Gibsons and Vancouver, British Columbia

Ms. Sara Warren

MA in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University. Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My goal is to work collaboratively with you based on your specific goals and needs with an emphasis on building a strong therapeutic relationship and creating a safe environment. I provide psychotherapy services for issues related, but not limited to, various forms of trauma and abuse, interpersonal relationships, substance use, self-esteem, identity, eating disorders, self-harm, depression, anxiety, and chronic illness. My therapeutic approach is integrative to best meet your needs. I draw upon various approaches, such as EMDR, Narrative, DBT, Polyvagal, Hypnotherapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Brainspotting, Somatic work and other trauma-focused interventions.

Gibsons and Vancouver, British Columbia
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Boreal Wellness Centres

Vancouver, British Columbia

Boreal Wellness Centres

Number of Therapists: 25
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy
Struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma or addiction? We offer individual counselling and group therapy, including our innovative virtual group programs. We help clients manage their symptoms, become more resilient and improve their quality of life.
Vancouver, British Columbia
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Emad Seyed Sadr

Vancouver, British Columbia

Emad Seyed Sadr

MSc, McGill University and MACP, Yorkville University
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I provide counselling services in French and English for individuals in matters related to anxiety, depression, life transition, gender, grief, loss and suicide. My practice is founded on the belief that you are not the “problems” present in your life, and that, above all, you are greater than the sum of the events in your life. As my counselling approach is strength-based, Solution-Focused and Narrative-rooted, our conversations will identify, explore and honour the big and small ways you defy and resist “problems”, while re-authoring a deeper and richer version of your life and journey.

Vancouver, British Columbia
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Corey Chan

Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia

Corey Chan

MEd in Counselling Psychology, Simon Fraser University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am dedicated to helping you address your concerns and issues and focus on what’s important to you. We do this on your terms and at your pace. Through an effective, non-judgemental, therapeutic relationship, I help you examine the different areas of your life and help you make practical and meaningful changes. Depending on your concerns, goals, and needs, I utilize a variety of clinical approaches and techniques to assist you. Approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused, Person Centred, Mindfulness and other modalities are customized to aid in your treatment.

Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia
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