Domestic Abuse therapists in Burnaby, British Columbia BC, Canada CA
Counsellor/Therapist, MA, CCC
Being able to share our stories in safe places can help us to gain clarity, dissolve shame, feel more connected with ourselves and others and support our empowerment. I am honoured to provide this warm, compassionate, safe space for women and folks who've experienced abuse or violence. Together, in ways that centre your choice and at a pace that works for you, we will help you to lay your story down, foster clarity, honour your voice, restore connection and trust, and support your sense of empowerment with taking steps forward in your journey.
11 Years Experience
Counsellor/Therapist, BA Psych, high honours, RCC
I have also felt the sting of domestic violence, and have always offered others in my practice a safe space to share their stories of abuse. Further, I offer guidance towards creating personal boundaries, forgiveness.
27 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, PGDCFT, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), OAMHP
As a therapist dedicated to supporting clients affected by domestic abuse and violence, I provide a safe and compassionate space for healing. Through trauma-informed approaches and empowerment strategies, I assist clients in breaking the cycle of abuse, rebuilding self-esteem, and developing skills to establish and maintain healthy boundaries, fostering a journey towards safety, autonomy, and well-being.
6 Years Experience
Counsellor/Therapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
Empowerment, safety and unconditional support are the main components of moving towards healthy and safe relationships. Healing is a process of self-knowledge, growth and learning.
13 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, MSW, RSW, RCC
With more than twenty years as a therapist, Lynn is knowledgeable, skilled, and experienced in assessment and treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, complicated grief, and behavior problems. Lynn is well reputed in the professional community for her in-depth work with clients struggling with a multitude of difficulties. As a result of working with Lynn, clients feel equipped to move forward with their lives in a healthier way.
23 Years Experience
Counsellor/Therapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor
You deserve better - you know that mentally, but perhaps it has taken you more time to realize it physically and behaviourally. Domestic abuse and violence can make you feel like you lost the power and control to your life, but that it not true. Let us work together to empower you again.
6 Years Experience
Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, MA MSc RCC
I specialize in providing support to clients who are grappling with domestic abuse and violence, whether it is currently impacting their lives or they are in the process of recovering from past traumatic experiences. My approach is client-centered, meeting individuals where they are in their journey, assisting them in making informed decisions, and offering strategies to cope with the complex emotions that often arise from being in or recovering from an abusive and violent relationship.
2 Years Experience
Therapist, B.Sc., M.A., RCC
Get the support and help you need now. If you are the one being abused call now and get the support that you need to help stop the abuse. If you are the one that is causing the abuse and you feel regretful, guilty and remorse afterwards, but are unable to stop then call now and learn the ways to have a better relationship without any abuse. If there is police and court involvement I have 26 years experience in helping people, couples and families get the support that helps in ending court and police cases. Call now.
30 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counsellor, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)
Domestic violence is often associated with emotions such as shame and embarrassment. People who have been abused often struggle to set boundaries, express needs in a healthy way, and identify red flags early on in relationships. Our therapy experience will largely involve processing the emotions that underlie the traumatic event and process regrets from within the relationship. Work around increasing self-worth and self-love will also be a fundamental factor in order to help you develop compassion and nurturance for the difficulties that you have endured.
12 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, RTC
Domestic abuse or violence can be confusing and disheartening. I can help you to find clarity in your circumstances. I have experience and knowledge of power and control issues in relationships. Many people do not even understand what constitutes abusive. Abuse can come in many forms. It can mean intimidating your partner by not letting them feel heard or by making one afraid by looks, actions, gestures or displaying weapons. Emotional abuse can mean putting your partner down, making them feel bad about themselves, or calling them names. Over time these forms of abuse can be very damaging. If you are ready for a change and want peaceful resolutions, please feel free to contact me for a free 20-minute consultation today. I offer online sessions in Canada, BC. or in-person sessions in Langley or White Rock, BC.
3 Years Experience