Stress, PTSD and Anxiety Therapists in Cranbrook, BC.

Licensed professional counselling for anxiety, stress, phobias, and panic in Cranbrook, British Columbia.


Kevin McMullen, M.Ed, RCC
Anxiety Counsellor

Kevin McMullen, M.Ed, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Cranbrook Chiropractic & Wellness Centre, 1516-6th Street North, Cranbrook, British Columbia V1C 3M5 | 250-421-9809

Living with fear and anxiety is hard. To learn to let go of our fears and have a more peaceful, loving and healthy mind is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. With less fear we will have a less stressed out perspective on on those challenges that previously stressed us out. When we let go of our worried anxious approach to life we can then energize ourselves with fulfilling experiences.

Bettina Harach, BSc., MA, RCC, EMDR Canada
Anxiety Counsellor

Bettina Harach, BSc., MA, RCC, EMDR Canada

CURRENTLY FULL AND UNABLE TO TAKE NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) (BCACC) British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. Member of EMDR CANADA.

1601 1st Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia V1C 1B7 | 250-421-3333

Do you feel anxious, worried or on edge? Are you unable to stop worrying at times? Do you worry about many different things? Do you worry about something awful happening? Do you lay awake at night worrying? Anxiety and stress is very hard to cope with at times. It can cause fatigue, muscle tension, and an overall feeling of being unwell. Bettina uses a number of different approaches to help alleviate anxiety and stress. EMDR and CBT are empirically validated therapies to help you with both anxiety and stress. Sometimes trauma or emotional childhood experiences can cause the anxiety that we feel as adults. EMDR can help heal the wounds of trauma and lessen the anxiety we feel in our lives.

Jennifer Turnbrook, MA, RCC
Anxiety Counselor

Jennifer Turnbrook, MA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

If you're up against anxiety, I offer an empowering and collaborative approach. There is an opportunity to explore your experience and to begin to see yourself as separate from anxiety. Through conversations, you may begin to identify alternative stories that challenge anxious thoughts and beliefs. We'd attend to your capacity and establish coping strategies to foster a sense of possibility. Together the we would co-create a new narrative that emphasizes the your resiliency, self-compassion and a greater sense of calm.

Emily Popoff, RCC, MA
Anxiety Counsellor

Emily Popoff, RCC, MA

Registered Clinical Counsellors and Canadian Certified Counsellors

911 Baker St, Cranbrook, British Columbia V1C 1A4 | 7786874122

Counselling plays a crucial role in addressing anxiety, providing a safe and supportive environment where individuals can confront the intricate psychological and emotional factors contributing to their anxious feelings and behaviours. Therapists specialized in anxiety disorders utilize various therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Exposure Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Therapy, to assist individuals in uncovering the root causes of their anxiety, challenging irrational thought patterns, acquiring effective coping strategies, and promoting emotional resilience. Through counselling, individuals can develop a deeper understanding/management of their anxiety.

Valentina Chichiniova, RCC, CCC
Anxiety Counselor

Valentina Chichiniova, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Canadian Certified Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Anxiety and panic are often driven by negative experiences or traumas that are stored in the brain and can trigger overwhelming emotional responses. EMDR helps to desensitize and reprocess these memories, reducing the intensity of the emotional response and decreasing symptoms of anxiety and panic. Through the use of bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements or tapping, EMDR can help the brain reprocess the negative experiences, leading to increased emotional regulation and a greater sense of calm and well-being.

Morven Eakin, B.Ed, M.Ed, RPC-C
Anxiety Counselor

Morven Eakin, B.Ed, M.Ed, RPC-C

Registered Professional Counsellor (C)

Available for Online Therapy

I approach anxiety counseling with a professional and evidence-based methodology, ensuring that you receive the utmost quality of care. Drawing from a robust background in psychology, education, and therapy, I am well-prepared to navigate the intricacies of anxiety and its impact on your life. While anxiety is a natural response to stress, I recognize that, for some, it can become overwhelming and disruptive. It may manifest in various forms, such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, panic disorder, or specific phobias. Together we will implement proved techniques to relieve you of the anxiety that is impacting your well-being.

Shannon Ritchie, MC, RCC
Anxiety Counselor

Shannon Ritchie, MC, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Anxiety and stress are normal responses to life events, work and relationship/family pressures, and worry and fear. In therapy we can explore the context of your life and relationships and how these relate to the stress and anxiety. Through individual or family counselling we can develop goals and strategies for addressing the stress or anxiety. I utilize therapeutic interventions from Response-Based Practice, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Joanna Copeland Butt, MC, RCC
Anxiety Counsellor

Joanna Copeland Butt, MC, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

21 - 13th Avenue S, Unit 5, Cranbrook, British Columbia V1C 2V4 | 250-919-4245

Anxiety can feel like a monkey on your back all the time, making it hard to sleep, relax or be present. It is real to you but others don't understand or tell you to "get over it". Anxiety can make you feel alone so talking about it with someone who cares and doesn't judge is important. I can help you understand what anxiety is and identify early warning signs before you become overwhelmed or panicked so you can use skills to calm and regulate. We can create a practical and effective toolkit for managing stresses in everyday life which can makes you feel more in control, capable and hopeful.

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt
Anxiety Counselor

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt

Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Feelings of anxiety can become so intense that it becomes overwhelming. Often individuals struggling with anxiety express constant intruding thoughts that focus on fears of events of the future. Anxiety can create physical feelings of distress like a tight chest that makes it difficult to breath, an upset or tight feeling in the stomach, and general fatigue from constantly trying to control their thoughts and actions. Some people have battled anxiety for so long that they begin to believe it is just who they are and accept the restrictions it causes in their life. Through counselling we will work to break the cycle of anxiety controlling your inner world. Bringing a sense of relief, control and freedom that has been absent for so long.

Michael Sobocinski, PhD
Anxiety Counsellor

Michael Sobocinski, PhD

Registered Psychologist

21-13th Ave. South, Unit 5, Cranbrook, British Columbia V1C 2V4 | 250-421-9693

One helpful approach to dealing with stress and anxiety is to calm the sympathetic nervous system, and one of the most effective techniques for doing this is to learning to breath slowly and deeply, while cultivating mindful, present awareness. In treating anxiety we learn to face our emotions and to develop active ways to manage unhelpful thoughts and unpleasant and distressing emotions. Discerning what we can influence and what lies beyond our control is also important. In addition, it is critically important to maintain social connections, to deliberately regulate our intake of information through social media, and seek out stories of hope and compassion.


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Cranbrook is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 32.00 square kilometers.  The population of Cranbrook is 21,308 people with 8,545 households . The population ranking for Cranbrook is #214 nationally and #33 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 626.60 people per sq km. Cranbrook therapists serve postal code: V1C.