Counselling in Ladner, BC. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Great therapists in Ladner, British Columbia are ready to help you. Contacting a counsellor is fast and easy, go ahead and say hello.


Barbara Ohori, RTC MTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor, Master Therapeutic Counsellor

unit 5, 4803 Haviland Street, Ladner, British Columbia

Contact Barb today to discuss how you can begin an engaged, safe and affordable counselling experience.For friendly, approachable yet professional and ethical counselling services Barb is available for individuals, couples, families and groups.

Lynda Chalmers, MA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

No. 2 4882 Delta Street, Delta, British Columbia

I have been counselling for the past 20 years and continue to love the journey of discovery that unfolds as my clients honour me with their openness. I see therapy as a creative expression of both the person who comes to see me, as well as the person that I am.

Janine Ray, MA, BA, ATR-BC, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

I offer warm and comfortable communications as a safe space to address your concerns, and will walk beside you on your healing journey. With me, you can expect non-judgemental, compassionate, and gentle support. I employ creative activities and tools to express emotion.

Deborah Nelson, RPC, MPCC

Registered Professional Counsellor

#222 1077 56th Street, Delta, British Columbia

As a counsellor my goals are to empower, inspire, teach and support, as well as provide an environment in which you will feel safe to walk down the road less travelled


Counselling Ladner BC is available to both the local residents of the area as well as those who work in Ladner or who travel home through this area from their place of employment.  A psychologist or counselor is available to work with you, around your unique schedule to help you begin the transition towards healing and joyous living.  Your therapist is part of the process of change in your life and as such can be quite inventive on ways to begin this change as well as to maintain the positive changes you make.  Whether you have been living with an issue for many years, or have just been faced with something recently, we at Theravive are committed to working with you while you find resolution and freedom from the situation.  You set the pace and what you are comfortable with in terms of discussing in therapy.  We look forward to helping you with a Ladner Counsellor that will meet your needs and your circumstance. 


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Offering support and therapy to individuals and families in the greater Ladner, BC, area.

Other Areas of Practice: self-esteem counselor, addictions (alcohol abuse, substance abuse, gambling, sexual addiction, internet addiction), career counseling Ladner, credit counsellor, depression counsellor, spiritual and Christian counselling Ladner, child therapist, burnout, grief & loss, psychological testing and assessment, trauma counselling Ladner, communication, aging parents, eating disorders, infidelity & affair help, stress therapy, anger management, and couples.

Related Sites:
British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
The British Columbia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Canadian Counselling Association
City of Ladner, BC
Canadian Psychological Association

About Ladner, B.C.

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Ladner was named after one of its founding families and remains a small town with great charm. Ladner was created as a fishing village on the Fraser River and is part of the Municipality of Delta, including Tsawwassen, and North Delta.  Ladner's Landing became the thriving centre of Delta's farming and fishing community with visitor’s coming from surrounding areas to enjoy the crops.  Counselling Ladner BC is a mutual process between client and counselor where specific goals are developed for directed change.  A dyking system alleviated flooding that had plagued Delta farmers previously, allowing them to produce bountiful crops from the fertile soil. Canneries located on the Fraser River provided seasonal employment for many of Ladner's Chinese residents. While Ladner is expanding in population a town house development has moorage for the residents and the floating home development of Canoe Pass Village is very popular for its location. 

Originally, there was only ferry access to Richmond, the city which today has the international airport. However, the construction of the George Massy Tunnel under the Fraser River in 1959 offered a permanent connection.  Ladner and the neighbouring community of Tsawwassen make up the region of South Delta. The municipal center of Delta is situated in Ladner and contains the new Municipal Hall, a Health Center, Justice Building, Transit Exchange, Ice Arena, and Swimming Pool.  Delta was inhabited by the Tsawwassen Indians, a band of the Coast Salish, before Europeans arrived to settle with their skill set.  The Indians lived above high tide level on the beach near the Tsawwassen Reserve.  The Tsawwassen First Nations people came to this area to obtain food.   The most popular religion in Ladner is Christian.  Counselling Ladner BC helps individuals and families move through transitions in their lives.  In 1858 two British gold seekers, enroute to the Caribou gold fields, were attracted by Delta's agricultural potential.  Thomas and William Ladner returned in 1868 and each settled on 160 acres for farming. By 1879 present day Ladner had been staked out and was granted municipal status.

Ladner is located in British Columbia, Canada.  The population of Ladner is 22,193 people. Ladner therapists serve postal code: V4K.