Doug Hilton, RCC
Registered Clinical Counsellor
2265 Holdom Ave., Burnaby, BC V5C 2H6
I combine notions from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Adlerian and Gestalt concepts. I draw on the 12 Steps terms and ideas that simplify the complex aspects of addiction. I match my approach to the client. I have detoxification equipment and techniques. At times I may use Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to help people let go of pain from their past, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to help them cope with the present, clinical hypnosis to help them train their minds for a healthy, confident and effective future, and Chi Kung meditations to help them strengthen, balance and detoxify their minds, bodies and spirits on an ongoing basis.
Patrick Myers, Ph.D.
Registered Psychologist 1850
211-7885-6th Street, Burnaby, BC V3N 3N4
Stuck in a rut? Trying to get out, but don't know how? Don't like AA? Let me help you unshackle yourself from that annoying addiction. Personalized help, skill building, and non-judgemental support in overcoming an addiction. Call 604-657-9534 now if you are ready to take a step into the first day of the rest of your life.
Ashiya Khan-Sequeira, M.A, RCC
Registered Clinical Counselor
#205-4430 Halifax Street, Burnaby, BC V5C 5R4
We will work together to identity your commitment level for change. We will work on setting small, achievable and realistic goals. Small changes will eventually lead to bigger ones. We will also need to look at any unresolved trauma or other challenges that may be contributing to your addiction. I will be supportive, attentive and create a safe place for you to heal. You will learn to address the real pain instead of numbing yourself with your addiction. You will be able to be honest with yourself and others, feel empowered and start living your life to your full potential.
Ofir Vaisman, MCP, RCC
Registered Clinical Counsellor
211-7885 6th St, Burnaby, BC V3N 3N4
Addiction has been defined as any behavior that is associated with craving and temporary relief, and with long-term negative consequences, that a person is not able to give up. This does not have to be related to any substances, but that is often how most of us think of it. it’s any behavior that provides temporary relief of uncomfortable feelings. When you come in for therapy, we can look at other ways of accomplishing the same relief without requiring a substance. Often, being fully understood in a non judgmental way is the first step to feeling connected to another human being. Connection is the opposite of addiction since addiction is a form of disconnection: from others and ourselves
Martin Pinaud, Psy. D., RCC
Dr. of Psychology Registered Clinical Counselor
150-233 West 1st North Vancouver & West Broadway., North Vancouver & Vancouver, BC
Real Solutions for Real Challenges Common Sense techniques. Short-Term & Cost Effective Most often addictions are a symptom of pain. hurt , and loss of some form. The addiction serves to reduce this pain and suffering. However, the affect is has on the individual is to make them feel out of control, guilty, lazy, and generally worse about themselves whin in turn drives them to seek more relief. This is often the downward spiral of the addiction cycle. Martin helps his clients reframe thier negative statements about themselves and then exposes the core beliefs that keep triggering their destructive and untrue beliefs about their whole character.
Britta West, MA, RCC, TITC-CT
Registered Clinical Counsellor, Clinical Traumatologist
5050 Kingsway, Second Floor, Burnaby, BC V5H 4H2
Addictions and addictive beahviors can become a burden and a danger in one's life. It can be difficult to see a way out of the maze to freedom. Some addictions have us tricked into thinking that it is just who we are and that we are stuck this way. It is possibe to break free and get out of the maze. I offer progressive, informed treatment approaches to all addictions and addictive behaviors. My approach is unique and effective. Together we can work to get you free from addiction and free to become who you really are. Addiction does not have to have power over you another day. Contact me to start making changes.
Jennifer Jantzen, MSW, RSW, RTC, BCN, RCC
Registered Clinical Counselor / Registered Social Worker
201 - 1070 Ridgeway Ave., Coquitlam, BC
Addiction can affect every area of your life, from your physical health, mental health, emotional health, social life to your core values. I view addiction problems not through a lens of a lack of willpower, but through a lens of brain dysfunction and see that through brain training with Neurofeedback (NFB), processing with EMDR or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) there is a great potential for improvement.
Ina Stockhausen, MTC
Master Therapeutic Counsellor
Burnaby, BC V5A 4E3
Whether you are struggling with an addiction such as alcohol or drug abuse, video gaming addiction, shopping addiction, gambling, ecc, most likely life is an emotional roller coaster for you AND the person who loves you. Addiction recovery is not about willpower but about identifying the underlying causes of your addiction OR your enabling behaviour and finding appropriate coping mechanisms to deal with stress and emotional overwhelm in healthy ways. As a certified Addiction Counsellor I specialize in working with LOVED ONES of addicts as well as the individual struggling with addiction using a blend of somatic and cognitive psychotherapy which has proven to be extremely effective.
Sandeep Nagra, M.A., CCC
4071 Kingsway Avenue - V5H1Y9, Burnaby, BC V5H 4H2
Clients will benefit in many ways from treatment from me in the area of addictions. I use a non-judgemental approach, create a safe environment and work with you to achieve your goals. I often use a harm reduction approach to addictions. Together we create goals that are reasonabale and acheivable. Give me a call and we can talk, you have nothing to lose.