Thinking Disorders therapists in Burnaby, British Columbia BC, Canada CA

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Burnaby, British Columbia therapist: Chris Russell, counselor/therapist
Thinking Disorders

Chris Russell

Counsellor/Therapist, BA Psych, high honours, RCC
I teach people how to strengthen their minds, how to use natural abilities of the mind towards psychic strength and personal awareness. Cognitive disorders can be overcome through awareness and practice.  
27 Years Experience
In-Person in Burnaby, BC V5G 3P6
Online in Canada
North Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Nicklas Ehrlich, counselor/therapist
Thinking Disorders

Nicklas Ehrlich

Counsellor/Therapist, MSW, RCC (#0843), RSW (#11561), Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Life-Coach, Hypnotherapist, Advanced Neurofeedback Trainer
Thinking disorders are greatly helped through neurofeedback to re-set the central nervous system and the brain so that cognitive behavioural therapy and hypnosis can help to reframe negative beliefs-perceptions or actions for greater balance of perceptions.  
43 Years Experience
In-Person Near Burnaby, BC
Online in Canada
Creston, British Columbia therapist: Lynn Hiscoe, registered psychotherapist
Thinking Disorders

Lynn Hiscoe

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
In-Person Near Burnaby, BC
Online in Canada
Hamilton, Ontario therapist: Rob Pepper, registered psychotherapist
Thinking Disorders

Rob Pepper

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapist, B.Ed, M.AC.P
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the method most often used in my practice to help people who suffer from thinking disorders. It can be exhausting being our own worst enemy. The point is to pin-point the cycle of thinking, strategically disrupt it, and think of new methods of thought in relation to the same situations or people.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Canada
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Nisrine Maktabi, registered psychotherapist
Thinking Disorders

Nisrine Maktabi

Registered Psychotherapist, Masters in Psychology
Using IFS parts therapy and EMDR  
15 Years Experience
Online in Canada