A variety of counselling and psychotherapy providers are available to help you overcome your challenges. Most therapists are registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia and offer private counselling, which can be covered by your workplace benefits or extended health plan.
Shahin uses an empathetic and collaborative approach to support clients with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and stress. She also provides trauma therapy, incorporating Sensorimotor and mindfulness practices.
Maryam Mills, Registered Clinical Counsellor, provides counseling to individuals, couples, and families in North Vancouver counselling, West Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, and Surrey. She uses a variety of techniques, including cognitive behavioral therapy, sensorimotor and mindfulness therapies, and hypnosis. She has extensive experience with trauma, grief, relationship issues, personality disorders, and addictions.
Whether you’re struggling with family conflict, trauma, anxiety, or depression, GoodTherapy can help you find the right therapist for you. Our directory of qualified professionals adhere to high membership standards and are committed to protecting client confidentiality. In addition, many of them offer sliding-scale fees or payment plans to make counselling more affordable. Visit our site to start your search today. We look forward to connecting you with the best therapist for you.
Dina Lanzi (She/Hers) has completed her Master of Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University and supports clients who are dealing with life transitions, low mood and loss. Her approach is client-centred, empathic and collaborative and draws from a variety of therapeutic techniques including Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as well as mindfulness practices. She is a North Shore local and is passionate about providing culturally relevant counselling that respects individual differences.
Kai Tubinshlak (He/Him/His) is a Masters of Counselling Psychology practicum student at Adler University and has experience supporting individuals through anxiety, depression, grief, challenging life transitions, stress and trauma. He provides a non-judgmental and empathetic presence, using an integrated therapeutic approach including narrative therapy, Internal Family Systems, acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Maria Watson (She/Hers) is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with over 20 years of experience, specializing in treating anxiety and depression. Her approach is person-centred and evidence-informed, using techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and walking therapy to help you learn tools to change unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviours.
Maria Watson (She/Her/Hers) is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who specializes in anxiety and depression. She uses a variety of evidence-informed treatment approaches, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and mindfulness practices such as walking therapy to support her clients’ journeys through challenging life situations. Maria is also a co-director of the youth mental health group Steps and volunteers with Victim Services BC. She has lived on the North Shore for over 20 years and lives there with her amazing dog.
Family therapists are specially trained to provide a safe, empathetic and neutral place for families to work through conflict and discord. Whether it’s marital strife, sibling rivalry, blended or family of origin issues, counselling with a specialist can help you find resolution and healing within your family. GoodTherapy is here to help you connect with a North Vancouver therapist who can treat your family dynamics with care and respect. All of our therapists are ethically bound to protect client confidentiality and privacy, and have experience working with a range of family situations. Contact one of our specialists today to get started.
A mental health concern, like anxiety or PTSD, is not something you want to ignore. Fortunately, there are many counselling specialists in the North Vancouver area who can help you manage these issues and improve your quality of life. They will listen to you and understand your unique situation, providing you with tools to overcome challenges. Whether you are struggling with family conflict, depression or anxiety, they can provide you with the support you need to feel more at ease.
If you’re looking for a counsellor who can address a specific mental health issue, our directory of North Vancouver therapists can connect you with a specialist who can meet your needs. Our members are vetted and held to high ethical standards, so you can be confident that they will protect your privacy and confidentiality at all times. Plus, they’re committed to helping you get the help you need without breaking your budget.
Carmen D’Souza (She/Her/Hers) is a Master of Counselling Psychology practicum student and is able to work onsite under clinical supervision. She has experience supporting individuals with a variety of mental health concerns including anxiety, depression and grief/loss. Her approach is solution-focused with evidence-informed treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy, walking therapy and mindfulness practices. She also values cultural humility and inclusivity, fostering a safe space where everyone is valued.