The best therapists and family counselling in and around Port Moody, British Columbia. Get started on your new path today.
Heather Gretton, Ph.D.,R.Psych (1462)
Location: 2226 St. John's Street, Port Moody V3H 2A7
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Gretton.
|Marital/Relationship Issues||Communication/Problem Solving|
|Grief/Loss||Stress And Coping|
|Problems With Daily Living||Coping With Pain And Illness|
I provide relationship counseling to couples at different stages in their relationship. My strengths are in engaging couples in a respectful and warm therapeutic relationship, working with couples on issues and skills to develop greater relational health and well being.
Anita Bloy, MA, RCC
Registered Cllinical Counsellor
Location: #305-2502 St. Johns Street, Port Moody V3H 2B4
Fast Contact: Email or Call Anita.
We do not live on desert islands. Our relationships help define us and are the place for optimum growth, joy, and expression of self.
Pacific Collaborative Inc.
Registered Clinical Counsellor
Location: 1101 200 Newport Drive, Port Moody V3H 5B7
Fast Contact: Email or Call Pacific Collaborative.
|Life Transitions||Couples Counselling|
|Anxiety / Depression||Self Esteem|
|Emotionally Focused Therapy |
Kim combines over 20 years of conflict resolution training and EFT couples therapy to help you build skills to improve communication and the connection to deepen your relationship.
Port Moody Marriage Counselling offers you and your spouse a neutral format to work through the issues in your relationship. The knowledge a psychologist or counselor can offer you gives you structure to begin to unravel the emotions and issues that surround your marriage. When you first met your spouse, you most likely found him or her beautiful and exciting. As issues were unresolved, your desire for your spouse and the enjoyment you found in each other began to diminish as you were drained by life’s events. Through the process of identifying and actually making changes to your situation, you are able to have more energy to focus on your marriage and find greater joy and happiness with each other. Marriage Counselling Port Moody will begin the process to restoring your marriage and living the life with your family that you dreamed of.
|Separation & Divorce Counselor
| Pre-marital Counselling
| Family relationships
|Marriage Issues & Marriage Counseling
Marriage Counselling Port Moody, BC. Couples and Family Counsellor Port Moody.
Help for marriages and families. Rebuild relationships and overcome barriers to communication, intimacy, friendship, and growth in Port Moody. One of our values at Theravive is a belief in saving marriages for the joy of both spouses, and restoring family relationships.
Other Areas of Practice: Eldercare, marriage and communication therapy, psychologist help, marital faithfulness & affair help, divorce therapist, separation, pre-marriage counseling Port Moody, love and intimacy, Christian marriage counseling Port Moody, debt counselor, blended family, parent-teen issues, adolescents and children, family therapy, in-laws, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and couples counseling.
British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
The British Columbia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Canadian Counselling Association
City of Port Moody, BC
American Association for Christian Counsellors
Canadian Psychological Association
About Port Moody, B.C.
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Port Moody is known for it’s shipyards along the Fraser River. Premier McBride purchased two submarines from a Seattle shipyard contractor which were originally destined for the Chili. At that time a shipyard on Burrard Inlet six submarines were constructed for the Royal Russian Navy under a top secret agreement. All the employees wee sworn to secrecy and the activity was guarded by the Canadian Army. Marriage counselling Port Moody is a dual-therapy that includes both husband and wife for the restoration of their relationship. After completion, the submarines were dismantled and shipped in crates to Russia, in the North Pacific. A foreman from the construction crew left with the cargo intending to supervise the assembly but in 1917 the Russian revolution broke out and he was jailed for several months before the Canadian government arranged his release. The only trace of this secret activity is a map showing Submarine Creek leading to Burrard Inlet from the construction site.
The Port Moody Station Museum and Arts Centre is located at the corner of Murray and Moody Streets and was constructed by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. The history of the area is captured by numerous neighborhoods with character buildings and homes. Many celebrations are available for residents and visitors hosted by volunteers; from Mother’s Day to the Festive Season teas in the ‘1921 Railcar, the Venosta’. Century old toys are displayed during the holidays while hot apple cider is served to guests. Christian counselling in Port Moody is available for those wanting a spiritual therapy. The CPR holiday train pays annual visits at which time entertainment is provided. A fundraiser for those less fortunate as well as donations for local foods banks is held frequently. There are signs of times past when wood, coal and oil stoves provided heat and warmth. Donations are gratefully accepted and Gift Memberships can be purchased. Jim Millar is the curator and a treasure with his enthusiasm and ability about the history and music of the times past.