Grief and Loss Counselling in Dawson Creek, BC.

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


Tim Garner, MC, CCC
Grief Counselor

Tim Garner, MC, CCC

Canadian Certified Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Losing a loved one is life’s most intense pain, and can leave us with so many questions. Does coping with a loss this big seem overwhelming and impossible? Do you feel the sense that others just want you to just “get over it”? Are you wondering how life will ever be good again, after it’s been shattered so profoundly? I’m Tim, and I help others navigate the biggest losses of their lives. In our work, I provide a warm and safe space to pass through the darkness and pain that comes with loss, and step back into life. There is no “getting over” your person, only a graceful weaving of their memory and their love, into the fabric of your life. If you're ready for the journey, give me a call.

Lyn Unger, MC
Grief Counselor

Lyn Unger, MC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Are you experiencing challenges with dealing with a loss? Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a cycle of ruminating on painful memories, and don't know how to turn them off? Is this cycle keeping you up at night, or inhibiting you from living the life you've imagined for yourself? If so - please reach out. We'll work through your loss together so you can find freedom and live more fully and freely.

Safe Haven Counselling, Claire De Boer, M.A., R.C.C
Grief Counselor

Safe Haven Counselling, Claire De Boer, M.A., R.C.C

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Grief is a natural reaction to any kind of loss, not only after a death. I am here to companion you through your journey of grief, affirming the many emotions that you are experiencing. Learn about the five stages of grief and how to make sure that you don't create further suffering for yourself in how you respond to your current circumstances.

Gurleen Dhial Sangha, MEd, RCC
Grief Counselor

Gurleen Dhial Sangha, MEd, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

My approach when working with grief and loss is to honour the relationship with your lost loved one. We have this idea that when someone dies that we are not supposed to talk about them anymore as if they never existed and that you are supposed to mourn and move on. I do not believe that is helpful. Instead, I believe there is a way to grieve that honours the person who no longer walks the earth and keeps the relationship alive. Death is the end of their physical presence but not their influence on your life.

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt
Grief Counselor

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt

Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

When losing someone or something important to us, it can take lots time to adjust and learn to live our life without that person, thing or way of life. Either it is the death of a loved one, loss of a relationship, loss of a pet, loss of a job or important possessions, change to your way of life, grieving is a normal response to a life event and bottling it up can create damage or even harm to a person. It can take time to adjust and accept to learn to live life without that person, thing or way of life. When it gets too challenging or overwhelming, or if it gets in a way of living a healthy life, sometimes turning to professional support can help getting through this challenging event.

Erle Jaeger, BA, M.Div., M.Sc., MFT, RCC
Grief Counselor

Erle Jaeger, BA, M.Div., M.Sc., MFT, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

Available for Online Therapy

Grief is a response to the loss of someone to who we are attached to. Generally speaking the greater the attachment to someone, the greater the sense of loss experienced. Loosing someone close to you can be very difficult to deal with because grief has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social and spiritual dimensions. Choosing some one to walk along side of you that has the training to help you during the difficult task of recovery is very important and can often shorten the process of resolving grief significantly.

Patti Langlais, MPCC-S
Grief Counselor

Patti Langlais, MPCC-S

Registered Counsellor, Couples Therapist

Available for Online Therapy

Grief & loss can seem debilitating and overwhelming and many people struggle in moving on. Counselling is a highly effective resource for healing after a loss. Through compassion and understanding we will work to heal the pain of the event and move into acceptance and peace. Whether you are grieving the loss of a loved one, the loss of health or mobility, divorce or mid life transition, we can help.

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW
Grief Counselor

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Grief is a potential reaction to a loss of any kind whether through death, divorce, abandonment, separation, job loss, illness, disease diagnosis, kids leaving home, etc. Feelings of anger, resentment, shame, confusion, isolation or abandonment can result. Friends and family may not know what to say or how to provide support. A trained professional, who is profoundly sympathetic, respectful and empathetic, with the skills required to help one navigate through this difficult time, can be critical in helping one regain equilibrium.

Alexandra Goodall, MA
Grief Counselor

Alexandra Goodall, MA

Arts-based/Somatic Psychotherapist, Certified Erotic Blueprint Coach

Available for Online Therapy

When we are facing grief and loss, there is often a complex web of emotions and many layers of meaning-making to encounter in our healing process. The path is never linear. The timeline requires sensitivity and nuance. Compassion, patience and the ability to hold seemingly contradictory feelings are paramount. The arts and an experienced guide can hold us in these complex places.

Nina Lim, MA MFT, RCC
Grief Counselor

Nina Lim, MA MFT, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Grief is a natural response to loss. One of the most important things we can do for grief is to honour it's presence. I will help you process the emotions around your grief, help you to put words to things you are feeling and hold space for you to feel all your feelings. Contrary to popular belief, grief involves any kind of loss, not just the loss of life, this could mean transitions, moves etc.

Jennifer Vauthrin,  R.P.C. M.P.C.C.
Grief Counselor

Jennifer Vauthrin, R.P.C. M.P.C.C.

Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

We can live in misery and dwell on what its like to have them back or we can accept that they were here for a period of time to teach us to love us to hold us, and then to move on. After my mother and husband passed away within a 4 month period, I was devastated. I was pregnant with an immense amount of anxiety. What do I do now? If you want to chat, reach out I will be there. it does get better.

Tracy Kuiper, M.Sc., M.C., C.C.C.
Grief Counselor

Tracy Kuiper, M.Sc., M.C., C.C.C.

Canadian Certified Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Losing someone, or something, that you care about is painful- and no two people deal with it in the same way. My approach is to allow you a safe place to express the full range of your emotions and to assist you in your journey of healing. It is my hope that you will come to value what you may have gained from this significant person or experience, not what you have lost.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Grief Counselor

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D approaches issues of grief & loss through the lens of innovation----instead of growing the same neural networks responsible for the pain in weekly therapy sessions, we reset the brain to move forward quicker and efficiently by working on the stuck limbic system so as to empower the person with more success and traction. For no one wants to stay in a grief mode for too long; but when you don’t include the brain in your work with someone, you risk describing the water to them while they drown and calling it success. Contact Grey Matters International, Inc now at kevin@kevinflemingphd.com or 877-606-6161.


Compassionate Bereavement Services in Dawson Creek, BC.

Thank you for visiting our British Columbia search of licensed grief specialists in Dawson Creek.  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 Dawson Creek right now, please contact a provider above, you can email 24/7.

Dawson Creek is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 24.37 square kilometers.  The population of Dawson Creek is 12,178 people with 5,035 households . The population ranking for Dawson Creek is #341 nationally and #50 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 499.80 people per sq km. Dawson Creek therapists serve postal code: V1G.