Online Addictions therapists in Manitoba, Canada CA

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Calgary, Alberta therapist: Freedom & Hope Counselling and Therapeutic Services, licensed professional counselor
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Freedom & Hope Counselling and Therapeutic Services

Licensed Professional Counsellor, RPC #3875, CT #2438, LSCC
By embracing and respecting you and comprehending your struggles with addictive tendencies, I facilitate a journey toward shedding secrecy and embracing a sense of normalcy. My expertise lies in providing specialized care for individuals grappling with such disorders.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Calgary, AB T2Z 2W3
In-Person in Calgary, AB T3H 2Z6
Online in Multiple Canadian Provinces
Seattle, Washington therapist: HealthWise Hypnosis, hypnotherapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

HealthWise Hypnosis

Hypnotherapist, CHt
I am deeply committed to walking alongside you on your path to liberation from destructive habits. Whether it's smoking, vaping, chewing, excessive drinking, or overeating, I am here to offer unwavering support. Together, through the incredible tool of hypnotherapy, we will create a safe and understanding environment where we can delve into the root causes and triggers that contribute to these habits. With compassion and non-judgment, we will work hand in hand to develop powerful coping strategies and reprogram your subconscious mind. This process is designed to bring about lasting change, empowering you to break free from these habits and embrace a healthier, more fulfilling life.  
15 Years Experience
White Rock, British Columbia therapist: Tracey MacKenzie, counselor/therapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Tracey MacKenzie

Counsellor/Therapist, MSc, CCC #7392
Addiction is NOT a choice. Substance use is usually bourne out of traumatic experiences and is a coping mechanism to escape from them. As it's not a good coping mechanism, this "escape" often becomes an additional problem to deal with. To work with an addiction, the best way is to target the issues that created the addiction itself, meanwhile learning practical and realistic tools to manage the addiction and emotions. You don't have to live on a rollercoaster of shame, guilt, and regret. Change is never easy but that doesn't mean it's impossible; everything worth anything takes effort and commitment in order to achieve success. When you're finally sick and tired of the burdens and having the substances control you, let's start working to take your life back.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in White Rock, BC V4B 3Z8
Online in Multiple Canadian Provinces
Surrey, British Columbia therapist: Aaron Chin, licensed mental health counselor
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Aaron Chin

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, MA, RCC
When working with addictions or substance abuse, 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
North York, Ontario therapist: Kayla Schofield, registered psychotherapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Kayla Schofield

Registered Psychotherapist, RP
Person centered approach. Harm reduction while discovering the experiences that have led the individual to have substance use issues. Trauma informed  
4 Years Experience
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
With the use of RTT and other tools like emotion code and health coaching and hypnosis, I find that clients respond favorably and find their addiction lesson in and their coping skills increasing to deal with addictions/substance abuse etc.  
9 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Redbird Therapy Centre, registered psychotherapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Redbird Therapy Centre

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapists
Jessica Weeks, Benjamin Rubinoff, Liz Bostwick, Barbara Brown, and Nic Cadman are experienced in working with folks wanting to change substance use or addiction, drawing on both harm reduction and/or abstinence models, based on your goals and needs. Contact our Intake Worker to help determine who will be the best fit for you.  
29 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Heal(ing) Trauma Therapy, counselor/therapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Heal(ing) Trauma Therapy

Counsellor/Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
From a trauma-informed perspective, addiction is understood to be a manifestation of unresolved trauma for which the addiction is a coping method. I work to help clients better understand both their addiction and their trauma, and how to resolve both by learning more healthy and helpful ways of coping and by doing trauma processing. As Gabor Mate says "do not ask why the addiction, ask why the pain".  
12 Years Experience
Mississauga, Ontario therapist: Tea Time Therapy, registered psychotherapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Tea Time Therapy

Registered Psychotherapist
Relying on alcohol, drugs, or even prescription medications to cope can be a red flag. Birunthaa on our team specializes in Addictions and can help you work through these reliances. She is certified and has worked in the field for over 3 years.  
4 Years Experience

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