Impulse Control Disorders therapists in Vancouver, British Columbia BC, Canada CA

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Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Lyn Firth Counselling, counselor/therapist
Impulse Control Disorders

Lyn Firth Counselling

Counsellor/Therapist, RPC, MPCC-S
Are you in a rut of not looking after yourself, not eating properly, and not exercising? You may be engaging in addictive behaviours ie. drinking too much, eating too much or using other substances to cope with the stress or problems in your life. Perhaps things feel out of control and you’re worried about your behaviour, but feel unable to do anything to change it. If you are ready for positive change and want to take that step forward, I encourage and welcome you to contact me today.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K8
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Nina Hopmeier, licensed professional counselor
Impulse Control Disorders

Nina Hopmeier

Licensed Professional Counsellor, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)
Struggling with impulse control involves difficulties with regulating emotions or behaviours. The struggle to control emotions and behaviours often leads people to feel regretful about something that they did or said. “I wish I hadn’t cried in public” or “If only I hadn’t lashed out at him” are common signs of people struggling to control their impulses. In working together to help you gain more control, I will introduce mindfulness into therapy and values-oriented work from the acceptance and commitment therapy model. Mindfulness helps us become more aware of our thoughts, emotions, and physiology so that we have more control over our actions. Values work helps us act in line with how we deeply want to behave, which is fundamental to the healing process. Once clients identify their values and have tools to act more mindfully they often say that they have gained renewed trust in their ability to behave in ways that makes them proud and fulfilled rather than upset and regretful. If you are someone struggling with impulse control, feel free to contact me. I would be happy to help you on your journey towards mindfulness.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6N 3R3
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
North Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Nicklas Ehrlich, counselor/therapist
Impulse Control Disorders

Nicklas Ehrlich

Counsellor/Therapist, MSW, RCC (#0843), RSW (#11561), Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Life-Coach, Hypnotherapist, Advanced Neurofeedback Trainer
Impulse control disorders can be greatly helped through working with the central nervous system and brain using neurofeedback and positive reframing hypnosis. When the nervous system and brain are balanced and experience a state of calm healthy new programs can be given to the body and mind.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person Near Vancouver, BC
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Victoria, British Columbia therapist: Samantha Diminutto, licensed professional counselor
Impulse Control Disorders

Samantha Diminutto

Licensed Professional Counsellor, CCC, MPS-AT
Because I specialize with ADHD, impulse control is often a component of the work. OCD and addictions share similar threads of impulsive behaviours that we can dive into together to help you to feel back in control.  
4 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Los Angeles, California therapist: Philip Starkman, registered psychotherapist
Impulse Control Disorders

Philip Starkman

Registered Psychotherapist, MSW, RSW
In my practice, I provide a supportive environment for clients facing challenges with impulse control disorder, offering a personalized blend of therapeutic techniques tailored to their unique needs. Utilizing holistic strategies such as Mindfulness, the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Role-Playing, we work together to uncover the underlying causes of impulsive behaviors, while also developing practical skills for managing urges and improving self-regulation. This approach not only addresses the immediate concerns of impulse control but also fosters deeper emotional resilience and understanding. By focusing on the whole person—mind, body, and lifestyle—we aim to cultivate strategies that lead to lasting change, empowering clients to make more mindful decisions and lead a more balanced and fulfilling life. My role is to guide you through this process, providing support, insight, and the tools necessary to navigate the complexities of impulse control disorder.  
53 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia