Online Chronic Pain therapists in Alberta, Canada CA

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Alberta, Canada

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Toronto, Ontario therapist: Liv Hua, life coach
Chronic Pain or Illness

Liv Hua

Life Coach, Board Certified Coach from the Centre of Credentialing Education , PhD in Educational Psychology from the Department of Education and Counselling Psychology, McGill University
As someone who has navigated the complexities of chronic illness firsthand, my journey with scoliosis has equipped me with a deep understanding of pain and the challenges it brings. My expertise is not just professional; it's personal. I draw upon the latest therapeutic research and my own experiences to offer strategies that are genuinely attuned to managing chronic conditions. With a focus on innovative treatments and practical, day-to-day coping mechanisms, I am committed to guiding others through their journey towards managing pain and improving their quality of life. Let me share with you the insights and strategies that have helped me, as we work together towards a better understanding and management of your condition.  
1 Years Experience
Abbotsford, British Columbia therapist: Elysia Bronson (The Woods Counselling), registered psychotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Elysia Bronson (The Woods Counselling)

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor, Online Therapy, Chronic Pain, & Traumatologist
Navigating Chronic Pain and Illness at The Woods Counselling At The Woods Counselling, I specialize in helping individuals navigate the challenges of chronic pain and illness. I understand the daily struggles you face – the constant pain, fatigue, and limitations that can impact your entire life. Our Approach: Pain Management Strategies: I teach you evidence-based techniques to manage pain symptoms, including relaxation training, mindfulness practices, and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for pain management. Energy Conservation & Pacing: I help you develop strategies to conserve energy and pace yourself throughout the day, allowing you to participate in activities you value. Coping with Stress & Anxiety: Chronic pain and illness can be major stressors. I equip you with tools to manage stress and anxiety, which can often exacerbate pain symptoms. Emotional Support: I create a safe space for you to express your emotions – frustration, anger, sadness – and develop healthy coping mechanisms. Living a Fulfilling Life: My goal is to empower you to live a fulfilling life, even with chronic pain or illness. I help you identify and adapt your lifestyle to promote well-being and find joy amidst challenges. You Deserve Support: Living with chronic pain or illness can be isolating. I offer compassionate support and guidance, helping you connect with a community of understanding individuals. Online support groups can be an integral part of this journey. Ready to Take Back Control? Chronic pain and illness don't have to define you. Schedule a free consultation to discuss how online therapy at The Woods Counselling can help you manage your symptoms, improve your well-being, and reclaim control of your life. Elysia Bronson at The Woods Counselling: Your Partner in Managing Chronic Pain and Illness through Online Therapy  
2 Years Experience
Calgary, Alberta therapist: Lesley King, MACP, CCC, psychologist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Lesley King, MACP, CCC

Psychologist, Registered Provisional Psychologist
Provide Mindfulness-based chronic pain management therapy.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB T3E 2M2
In-Person in Canmore, AB T1W 3L8
Online in Alberta
Calgary, Alberta therapist: Meera Duncan, counselor/therapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Meera Duncan

Counsellor/Therapist, Author, Registered Counselling Therapist, Registered Clinical Counselling Hypnotherapist, & Addictions Counsellor
Are you struggling with chronic pain or illness? Clinical Hypnotherapy is proven to have dramatic results in reducing pain levels. I utilize clinical hypnosis and hypnotherapy, tapping, counselling, and cognitive behavioural therapy with clients to reduce the physical and emotional toll this pain creates. I myself was severely injured in an elevator accident in 1998 and accidentally discovered hypnosis after a decade of debilitating severe chronic pain levels. Hypnosis changed everything for me which is why I became a Clinical Hypnotherapist. If you are ready to begin your journey of healing please contact me today.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB T2L 2G3
Online in Alberta
Calgary, Alberta therapist: Shannon Loewen, psychologist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Shannon Loewen

Psychologist, M.Sc. Counselling Psychology
I have a special interest in helping clients manage chronic illness and chronic pain. I know how difficult it can be, physically and emotionally, to navigate daily tasks and expectations. I also know the isolation, stigma, and shame that comes with these experiences. I can help you navigate diagnosis and build a life that works for you.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB
Online in Alberta
North York, Ontario therapist: Kayla Schofield, registered psychotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Kayla Schofield

Registered Psychotherapist, RP
Chronic Pain or physical illnnesses often have a psychological impact as well. Working with the mind body approach learning how emotions impact physical illnesses and vice versa. Being curious of why the pain or illness is present and your relationship to it. Relaxation techniques are especially important in implementing in everyday routines.  
4 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Al Kaibzhanov @ Solution Therapy & Coaching, registered social worker
Chronic Pain or Illness

Al Kaibzhanov @ Solution Therapy & Coaching

Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist
I specialize in helping individuals manage and cope with chronic pain or illness, using integrative techniques to alleviate physical discomfort and enhance emotional resilience. My approach focuses on the mind-body connection, providing holistic support to improve your overall quality of life. Let's work together to navigate your journey towards better health and well-being.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M6G 1L5
Online in Alberta, Ontario
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
For chronic pain I enjoy helping patients navigate through their health journey and patients tend to enjoy working with me withIn different modalities to help them feel better.  
9 Years Experience
Surrey, British Columbia therapist: Aaron Chin, licensed mental health counselor
Chronic Pain or Illness

Aaron Chin

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, MA, RCC
When working with chronic pain or illness, I like to start with some mindfulness around the issue to gain a deeper understanding of the experience, from here there are many options, and I rely of the client's wisdom to guide me.  
2 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Redbird Therapy Centre, registered psychotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Redbird Therapy Centre

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapists
Myroslava Tyzkyj, Terri Roberton, Rahwa Gebredingle, and Barbara Brown have experience working with folks managing chronic pain or illness. They draw on somatic, cognitive and psychodynamic approaches to provide you with the support you need. Contact our Intake Worker to help determine who will be the best fit for you.  
29 Years Experience
Didsbury, Alberta therapist: Meredith Mpinga, counselor/therapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Meredith Mpinga

Counsellor/Therapist, MA, CPC
As a covid-conscious therapist, I want to ensure that Meadowinds is a safe space for clients who are vulnerable or suffering from chronic illness. Our current dystopian reality can bring up so many feelings of grief, loneliness, despair, anger... and yet often the supports and resources we've relied on in the past to help us through challenges are not as accessible today. Whether you want a safe space to process your own emotions, losses, and challenges with the ongoing pandemic, or you just want a therapist who won't pathologise your precautions as you seek support for other concerns, I'm here for you. At Meadowinds, sessions are available either in person with masking or on an online video platform from the comfort of your home. Current office protocols include running an air purifier with HEPA filtration, staggering sessions to limit contact in the waiting room, and transitioning to an online session if symptomatic.  
13 Years Experience
Edmonton, Alberta therapist: Suzan Erritzoe, Being One Counselling & Coaching, counselor/therapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Suzan Erritzoe, Being One Counselling & Coaching

Counsellor/Therapist, Transpersonal Counsellor DK
When we are in cronic pain, or illness we need to draw from deeper inner recouces to find new ways to be in life, in our selves, and with others - in that way this challenge can become a real opportunity for inner growth and transformation. Through counselling sessions you will get to open to this new possibility.  
24 Years Experience
Victoria, British Columbia therapist: Arne Pedersen - Awareness In Health, hypnotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Arne Pedersen - Awareness In Health

Hypnotherapist, Registered Counselling Hypnotherapist
Chronic pain or illness can cast a shadow over every aspect of life, but there is hope for relief. Through a holistic approach that encompasses mind, body, and spirit, I help individuals unravel the complex interplay between physical discomfort and emotional well-being. By cultivating mindfulness and listening to the body's wisdom, we can initiate profound healing and restore balance to your life.  
13 Years Experience
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, RCT, RCC, CCC, ATR-P
At Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, we specialize in providing comprehensive support for individuals coping with chronic pain. Chronic pain can have a profound impact on every aspect of a person's life, affecting not only physical well-being but also emotional health and overall quality of life. Our therapeutic approach is tailored to help individuals manage and alleviate the physical and emotional challenges that often accompany chronic pain. Our holistic treatment focuses on addressing the complex interplay between physical discomfort, emotional distress, and mental health. Through a combination of somatic therapy techniques and mindfulness practices, we help clients develop effective strategies for managing pain, reducing stress, and improving overall well-being. By incorporating a mind-body approach, we aim to empower individuals to better understand and cope with their pain, fostering a sense of control and resilience. We recognize that chronic pain is a multifaceted experience that can impact one's relationships, work, and sense of self. Our therapists provide a safe and compassionate space for clients to explore their pain experience, express their feelings, and learn coping mechanisms to navigate the challenges of living with chronic pain. Through tailored interventions and personalized support, we work collaboratively with clients to enhance their quality of life, promote self-care, and cultivate a positive outlook on their pain management journey. Our goal is to help individuals with chronic pain find relief, regain a sense of empowerment, and rediscover joy and fulfillment in their daily lives. By offering a holistic and integrative approach to pain management, we support clients in developing resilience, self-awareness, and a renewed sense of well-being.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Multiple Canadian Provinces
Halifax, Nova Scotia therapist: Dr. Christine Sauer, life coach
Chronic Pain or Illness

Dr. Christine Sauer

Life Coach, MD;ND
I have suffered chronic back pain for many years and have learned and studied multiple multidisciplinary release techniques to address them. I was able to heal my own chronic pain and remove all medication and have done so for clients.  
34 Years Experience
Calgary, Alberta therapist: Laura Romero, psychologist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Laura Romero

Psychologist, MC, R.Psych
Chronic pain and/or illness can be traumatic. Without a deep rooted sense of self and a toolkit filled with available resources, clients battling with chronic pain or illness can be left feeling helpless and hopeless. My job is to help clients re-instill hope and purpose back into their lives so they remember that there is more to them than their pain or illness.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB T3C 0X7
Online in Alberta
Calgary, Alberta therapist: Freedom & Hope Counselling and Therapeutic Services, licensed professional counselor
Chronic Pain or Illness

Freedom & Hope Counselling and Therapeutic Services

Licensed Professional Counsellor, RPC #3875, CT #2438, LSCC
Chronic pain or illness can trap you, silence you, and make your world feel small and constrained. You will be shown compassionate understanding and may hear about how others have chosen to attain emotional liberation from their afflictions. You will be encouraged each step of the way. You are not alone  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB T2Z 2W3
In-Person in Calgary, AB T3H 2Z6
Online in Multiple Canadian Provinces
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Forouz Salari, registered social worker
Chronic Pain or Illness

Forouz Salari

Registered Social Worker, MA, MSW, RSW
Living with a chronic illness (such as PCOS, endometriosis, Crohn's disease, Celiac disease, Lupus, etc.) or chronic pain (resulting from a chronic illness, injury or trauma) can radically change your mental, emotional and physical capacity to engage in your life, including your work / studies, relationships, hobbies, interests and self-care activities. Living with these types of invisible disabilities means that others struggle to understand, empathize with, and extend grace and compassion towards you. They either do not know about, do not think about, cannot imagine, or refuse to offer you the types of accommodations that would support you to show up, engage and contribute to the best of your abilities. This can make you feel further misunderstood, isolated and marginalized, and reduce your access to resources and opportunities for care and growth. Let's work together to: Practice self-acceptance and self-compassion. Learn effective ways of managing your stress to reduce the intensity of the symptoms of chronic illness and chronic pain. Clarify your unique needs and boundaries. Create doable plans to feel more balanced, well, fulfilled and engaged in your work / studies, relationships, and personal life. Learn about and self-advocate for academic & workplace accommodations that can set you up for success.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Alberta, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Jennifer Fukushima, registered psychotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Jennifer Fukushima

Registered Psychotherapist, registered psychotherapist
Many people living with chronic pain have had invalidating experiences with loved ones and in the medical system. Getting in touch with the body through somatic therapy can be a gateway to unlocking the source of chronic pain. Through gentle somatic resourcing and mindfulness techniques, I hope to support you in changing your relationship to your body.  
3 Years Experience
Austin, Texas therapist: Jane Green MA LPA-IP, counselor/therapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Jane Green MA LPA-IP

Counsellor/Therapist, Licensed Psychological Associate in Independent Practice
Chronic pain and chronic illness can make it difficult to feel in control of your life. Many illnesses can actually physiologically affect the function of your mind. Added to that there is the situation of dealing with pain, illness, disability and uncertainty. Talking to someone who can understand and acknowledge that can be helpful in itself. Exploring ways to cope with all those feelings helps even more.  
18 Years Experience
Online in Texas, Alberta, Ontario

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