Grief and Loss Counselling in Burnaby, BC.

Therapy and bereavement services in Burnaby, BC. Find real help with the right therapist.


Quyn Le Erichsen, M.Ed.
Grief Counsellor

Quyn Le Erichsen, M.Ed.

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Professional Life Coach

300-3665 Kingsway, Burnaby, British Columbia V5R 5W2 | 604-223-7112

When you are grieving for the loss of a beloved person, identity, career, or suffering from a disability, it can take some time for you to come to terms with the loss. You initially go through periods of feeling unreal, numb, dark, angry, depressed, guilt, confused, helpless, hopeless, lonely, guilty, isolated, suicidal and more. The loss that you experience comes with other emotional and social losses as well. But there is always a light at the end of the tunnel, as long as you don't give up. Quyn will help you make sense of your loss and find some meaning in it. You will feel happier and hopeful again. You will discover meaningful moments in your life, despite the loss.

Grant McMahon, MC, RCC
Grief Counsellor

Grant McMahon, MC, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

2233 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 3H9 | 778-865-4908

Losses are an inevitable and often difficult part of life. Sometimes we are faced with the loss of a spouse, family, a friend, or a beloved pet. At other times the loss might be of a job, a sought-after career opportunity, or an important life goal. You might be dealing with one of these types losses. Are you struggling with the changes it brings and the feelings that are coming up in you? Timely and effective counselling can be very helpful in supporting you to adapt to these changes happening inside of you and in your life.

Colin Chow, M.Ed., RCC
Grief Counsellor

Colin Chow, M.Ed., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

5370 Grimmer Street, Burnaby, British Columbia V5H 2H2 | 604-721-3222

In working through grief and loss, it can be especially helpful to have the support of a counsellor. Losing somebody, a pet, or even a job or close relationship counts as "loss". Grieving in a way that is meaningful and heartfelt through conversation and ritual is a way that we can often eventually bring acceptance and closure from tragedy. I look forward to working with you to do so.

Janine Ray, MA, BA, BCATR, RCC
Grief Counselor

Janine Ray, MA, BA, BCATR, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Grief and Loss can be some of the most devastating of Life's experiences. I offer an empathetic and compassionate space for you to express what you are going through using ONLINE tools like video conferencing, email and text supports. Slowly and gently, and let's journey down this path together using Mindfulness techniques and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We may encourage aspects of your own spirituality or faith (if applicable), to support and comfort you.

Anika Cornish, MCP, RCC, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Anika Cornish, MCP, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

1448 Commercial Drive, Suite 202, Vancouver, British Columbia V5L 3X9 | 604-785-4853

Most of us will grieve at some point in our lives. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, an unborn child, a marriage or relationship, a career, a friendship, or a pet, there are all kinds of losses that can be felt deeply and affect our ability to cope with daily life and show up in our relationships with others. I work with clients to help them give voice to their grief, develop coping strategies for getting through this difficult time, tend to the very real emotional pain, and gain strength to create a path forward in a way that honours their loss.

Jennifer Jantzen, MSW, RSW, RTC, BCN, RCC
Grief Counsellor

Jennifer Jantzen, MSW, RSW, RTC, BCN, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor / Registered Social Worker

201 - 1070 Ridgeway Ave., Coquitlam, British Columbia V3J 1S7 | 778-389-3858

When dealing with grief and loss, successful results come from processing grief in a healthy manner and moving through to a place of feeling more settled. With my approaches of both EMDR & Neurofeedback (NFB), the brain is supported in a healthy manner to best allow the processing of loss and allow healing to take place. With NFB, neural connections are enhanced, affecting the Central Nervous System in a natural way to get the brain and body to be at its best. Once the brain training is completed, the effects last and the client is able to move forward in a settled fashion. With EMDR, clients can quickly decrease the intense and often negative emotional charge that loss brings.

Benjamin Ho, MBA, MA(MFT), M. Divinity, RCC, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Benjamin Ho, MBA, MA(MFT), M. Divinity, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counselor, Canadian Certified Counselor

201-3701 Hastings St., Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 2H6 | 778.788.8826

Allow the privilege of knowing your story and being beside you as you live each day. Tell your story the way you want it. Take all the time you want. Express yourself the way you need/want to. I am with you. At times, we can be silent. It's perfectly fine. We can just share each other's presence. Don't worry about others telling you to "get a grip" and move on in life. Though it may seem to be eternity in your sadness and sorrow, there is an end. And don't be afraid of that "do nothing" period - again, others may see you as tardy or goofing off, let them ! You are regenerating. Life and death are realities, they are also scared. You have not taken life for granted by grieving!

Patrick Myers, Ph.D.
Grief Counsellor

Patrick Myers, Ph.D.

Registered Psychologist 1850

211-7885-6th Street, Burnaby, British Columbia V3N 3N4 | 604-468-7300

Have you lost a loved one through death? Are you separating or divorcing a partner? Are your children grown and leaving the nest? Are you retiring from a career you loved? Did you experience a less than desired childhood? You may experience a roller coaster of different emotions during the grieving process. Grief is a natural reaction to any kind of loss. Phone 604-468-7300 and let me help you find meaning again after your loss.

Paul Bains, B.Sc., M.A., RCC
Grief Counsellor

Paul Bains, B.Sc., M.A., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

8556 120th Street - Suite 204B - Second Floor, Surrey, British Columbia V3W 3N5 | 778-578-0200

The death of a loved one can be the most challenging life event we go through. But death is a life stage we all will go through and the life we have led will impact the ones we leave behind. In my 16 years of counselling clients, I have been able to help clients discover the unique gifts and lessons of the one who has died. Learn how you can use these lessons and gifts to manage your grief in a more manageable way. The feelings and thoughts can be scary, uncertain and confusing to deal with, but you can get through the tough times. You have a unique way of grieving and that is okay. Let me help you find your way. Call me now to see what my services can offer you.

Martin Pinaud, Psy. D.,   M. A. RCC
Grief Counsellor

Martin Pinaud, Psy. D., M. A. RCC

Dr. of Psychology BC Association of Registered Clinical Counsellors

150-233 West 1st, North Vancouver , British Columbia V7V 1B3 | 604 812-3634

Loss may comee in many forms. The most obvious is relationship loss. A partner, spouse, relative or friend whos is not lomger with us can be an incredibly intense experience. Even someone who has moved away can leavchments to their e a void that may be difficult to fill. Other types of loses include that of ones pet. Many individuals form strong to their pets and this loss can be devistating. Grief is a naturel process that promotes healing. If grief persists for too long then it may dominate a persons ability to return to normal functioning

Ashiya Khan-Sequeira, M.A, RCC
Grief Counsellor

Ashiya Khan-Sequeira, M.A, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

#205-4430 Halifax Street, Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 5R4 | 778 772 9815

Grief and Loss is a natural part of life. There are many kinds of grief and loss such as losing a loved one, divorce, losing a job, moving and etc. Everyone deals with issues of grief and loss in their own unique way. I provide a safe and comfortable place for you to grief and heal. I will actively listen to your story and help you through the grieving process every step of the way. I will offer some tools that may help you to find some relief regarding your loss. Most importantly, I will be there to help you process difficult emotions and get you to a place of peace, closure and a new understanding. You will be able to gain hope and start living life again.

Sheri Phillips-Snaychuk, M.A., RCC
Grief Counsellor

Sheri Phillips-Snaychuk, M.A., RCC

Sheri Phillips-Snaychuk Registered Clinical Counsellor

#208 - 3041 Anson Avenue, Coquitlam, British Columbia V3B 2H6 | 604-297-0509

Grief and loss of someone or something can be one of the most painful experiences we have as human being. It can also be very isolating and feel very much alone. What makes it so painful and difficult is because we cannot change what we have lost or bring back who we loss, but with therapy I will help you to come through the grief in a way that provides you with a sense of being okay in your life. To ease the pain and to really acknowledge how this has impacted you is the way to not be held captive to your grief without ever minimizing how much of an impact the loss has had on you and your life.

Tanya Heal, M.Ed., RCC
Grief Counsellor

Tanya Heal, M.Ed., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

200 - 5050 Kingsway (& Nelson) , Burnaby, British Columbia V5H 4H2 | 778-896-0111

Death is a natural part of the life cycle but whether expected or sudden we are often left with many emotions. My counselling approach gives you the opportunity to express your feelings in a safe and confidential environment, and allows room for exploration of your feelings. By expressing feelings of loss/grief, clients often report feeling less overwhelmed, sad, and depressed.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Burnaby, BC.

Thank you for visiting our British Columbia search of licensed grief specialists in Burnaby.  Moving through grief after loss is difficult. Therapy helps through listening, by having someone there with you who understands the stages and process of grieving. You can find help for grief in Burnaby right now, please contact a provider above, you can email 24/7.

Burnaby is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 90.61 square kilometers.  The population of Burnaby is 232,755 people with 92,201 households . The population ranking for Burnaby is #22 nationally and #3 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 2568.70 people per sq km. Burnaby therapists serve postal code: V5G.