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Michelle Iulianella, BEd, MBA, MA, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

215 - 2186 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia

An engaging, warm and compassionate therapist, Michelle takes a holistic approach to counselling that attends to each client's emotional, cognitive and physiological experiences. Results of working with Michelle include clarity, growth and healing. She works with clients from throughout Southern Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland and beyond in person, and via phone and Skype.


Cally Farr, MA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

7 - 1140 Fort Street, Victoria, British Columbia

We are often influenced unconsciously by experiences from our childhood, and develop patterns of beliefs and behaviour that no longer serve us well in our present lives. In a safe environment, psychotherapy can gently explore the patterns and bring new insight and wisdom, which can lead to new behaviour, perspectives and choices. Clients can connect with inner wells of strength and creativity which can bring a new sense of peace and purpose.


Sharolyn Sloat, PhD, CPBC #1666

Psychologist (Registered with CPBC)

453 Head Street, West Bay Marina, Victoria, British Columbia

Dr Sharolyn Sloat, Psychotherapist, Victoria BC, provides psychotherapy, counselling, and psychological services in a variety of areas to individuals, couples, and groups. Her expertise includes, but is not limited to, Relationship Issues, Addictions Analysis, Managing Emotions & Energy, Personal Growth, Human Performance, Career Concerns, Perfectionism, LGBT Issues, and Balance & Wellness. She takes an action-oriented and solution-based approach while helping clients to clarify, articulate and negotiate their needs and boundaries. Exploration, Enlightenment & Empowerment are the goals.


Derek Martin, PhD

Canadian Certified Counsellor

1517 Amelia Street, Victoria, British Columbia

Many of us come to counselling feeling alone, frightened, and even ashamed. This is why it is so important to find a counselor who we can trust in our most fragile moments. It is also helpful to find a counsellor who can not only relate to our problems, but can also see our own unique potential for development and growth. I work to help clients better understand and relate to their problems, and discover new ways to move forward. Through facing into our own problems like this, healing is not only possible, but it is where life naturally begins to flow.


Janice Graham, Ph.D., RCC

Psychotherapist and Registered Clinical Counsellor

547 Michigan Street, suite #203, Victoria, British Columbia

Psychotherapy is a counseling process which helps you understand why the things that are troubling you have happened. I will ask you to tell me your story in detail and ask lots of questions to help you gain clarity and insight. This is not a quick counseling method but aims to be a thorough one. The goal is to support you in making the changes you need to make to improve your situation. We will identify your competencies and build on them with new skills. Psychotherapy can be an exciting experience for you as you learn to live your life more as you would like to see it. You may experience some discomfort as you confront issues you have avoided but you will see positive growth in yourself.


Marlene Brouwer, BA MTS Diplomate Analytic Psych

Jungian Analyst & Psychotherapist

#802, 1020 View Street, Victoria, BC, VICTORIA, British Columbia

Psychotherapy can benefit not only one's self but also one's relating with others. Psychotherapy is about healing meaningless suffering, about having support to gain insight and to choose change. Psychotherapy helps to become more aware of oneself, one's attitudes, relations, and the balance, healing and wholeness that each of us can experience when we are open to live the change we want.


Tom Burton, CTA, RTC, MTC

Certified Transactional Analyst and Master Therapeutic Counsellor

1921 Fernwood Road, Unit 2, Victoria, British Columbia

If you are looking to have a thorough understanding of your personality, with the goal of the greatest possible degree of growth and change, psychotherapy will help you. People may make behavioural changes through counselling but do they change on the inside? From my experience, long-lasting change needs to be congruent with one's inner self. Psychotherapy is usually longer term and more "in depth" but the rewards and benefits are richer and life long.


Oscar Trad-Pizarro, MA, RSW, CCC, RRP, SEP

Registered Social Worker and Certified Canadian Counsellor

550-2950 Douglas St., Victoria, British Columbia

Drawing from a variety of clinical models, I work with clients who are interested in engaging in long term personal development work. My unique approach allows me to create opportunities for clients to work during our sessions and on their own in a safe and effective manner towards achieving the goals they have identified for themselves. My unique approach includes a variety of modalities that are tailored to the unique needs and expectations of each client.


Maureen Drage, MA, RCC, RSW

Registered Clinical Counsellor

208-2186 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia

Maureen believes that each person has the innate capacity for growth, for healing, and for change. Effective psychotherapy happens within a safe, therapeutic relationship, where trust, openness and honesty have been established. Maureen is sensitive to the individual needs of each client and attentive to their readiness for change. She is skilled at developing rapport with clients and creating a safe place for healing.


Hannah Caradonna, MSW, RCSW, RCC

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Registered Clinical Counsellor

#318-1175 Cook St., Victoria, British Columbia

Psychotherapy involves the therapist, the client, a psychological problem or symptom such as depression and "the work" - meaning the conversation that happens between them. So, if you are considering psychotherapy with myself, you can expect me to act as a compassionate listener, a trained observer, a coach and a diagnostician. And, also important to psychotherapy is the inclusion of the examination of your experience of the relationship between us - therapist and client. Examination is extremely useful in helping you understand and improve unhealthy patterns and interactions with others outside of therapy.


Dorion Dellabough, M.Ed., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

4350 Woodcrest Place, Victoria, British Columbia

Each of us has a persona and a shadow. Our persona is what we project out to the world . Our personal shadow contains the less acceptable and most often unconscious aspects of who we are. Psychotherapy, when most effective, addresses the shadow. It is through our discovery and acceptance of our shadow elements that we balance inner conflict and discover unrealized potential and new creative energy. Your shadow is welcome in my office.


Susan McConnell, MSW, RSW, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

221-560 Johnson Street, Victoria, British Columbia

My approach to psychotherapy is to use a mindfulness based approach with people. I support and encourage them to stay present with their moment to moment experience, learning to be gentle and compassionate with themselves, as they work through the difficulties they encounter in dealing with present situations, or the ways in which they are "triggered" into old patterns, habits or beliefs from the past.


Corrinne Allyson, PhD

Registered Professional Counsellor

Cadboro Bay area, Victoria, British Columbia

Psychotherapy can lead to a greater understanding of our feelings, beliefs and behaviours. With this understanding there is often a resolution of long standing issues and the experience of less anxiety and stress. With greater self acceptance comes a more authentic way of being in the world. I practice within the framework of the Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung as we explore underlying issues that may be interfering with you attaining your goals . For those who are willing to begin this journey inward, I provide an environment that is supportive, non-judgmental and compassionate where you can focus on self-discovery and self-actualization.

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

About Victoria, B.C.

Includes the areas of:  Burnside, Fairfield, James Bay, Fernwood, Harris Green, North Jubilee, North Park, Oaklands, Rockland, South Jubilee, and Victoria West

Victoria, British Columbia is located in the southern most part of Vancouver Island.  It is the capital of the province and home of the Parliament buildings.  Along with government, its main economic industry is tourism with an estimated 3.65 million tourist each year.  Tourists arrive via plane, ferry from the mainland of British Columbia or the state of Washington just south of the island.  Near Victoria is the Canadian Forces Base of Esquimalt, another contributor of the local economy.  Downtown Victoria is a combination of business, tourism, and residential, with a major cruise ship in the harbor of the city.  Your grief and loss Victoria counsellor will guide you through towards resolution with issues you are dealing with. Numerous attractions dot the beautiful Vancouver Island, including splendid sandy beaches on the western shores.

Visitors of Victoria, B.C., enjoy the many traditions that are based in British customs such as high tea and scones at the Empress Hotel which is one of the historical buildings in the city.  The island has also been host to a number of competitive events including the 2005 Ford’s World Men’s Curling Championship, the 2007 Fifa U-20 World Cup, and the 1994 Commonwealth Games.  If you or someone you love has died, consider the value of a grief and loss therapist Victoria counsellor who is trained in dealing with the pain of losing a loved one. This area has long been known for its elderly population, boasting one of the largest populations of people over 65, third only to Peterborough, Ontario, and Kelowna, B.C.  Additionally, over 6% of residents of Victoria and the surrounding area are over 80 years old, the highest number for any major metropolitan area in Canada.  A Christian counsellor Victoria, BC, is someone listed on Theravive that is committed to upholding strong values in their practice resulting in effective treatment for individuals and families.

Victoria is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 19.47 square kilometers.  The population of Victoria is 85,792 people with 45,762 households . The population ranking for Victoria is #66 nationally and #14 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 4405.80 people per sq km. Victoria therapists serve postal code: V8W.