Grief and Loss Counselling in North Vancouver, BC.

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


Jacqueline Nadworny, M.A. (Couns), B.A. (Psyc)
Grief Counsellor

Jacqueline Nadworny, M.A. (Couns), B.A. (Psyc)

Registered Professional Counsellor and Supervisor

354 - 9 Street East, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7L 2B2 |

Grief and Loss are the primary factors in every area of challenge in our lives. It could be the loss of a key relationship or the loss of self esteem, the loss of direction or health or identity, that is the basis of why one needs counselling support. No matter what the loss is, the benefits of identifying that loss and working through the grief process will release you from pain and hopelessness and move you into a world of hope and possibility!

Steve Rose, PhD
Grief Counselor

Steve Rose, PhD

Addiction Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Are you using alcohol, substances, or addictive behaviors to cope with grief and loss? Although they provide relief in the short term, their long-term effects on your relationships and health can make it even more difficult to cope. Through a compassionate non-judgmental approach, I help clients explore their relationship to grief and loss so that they can overcome addictive coping strategies. If you're looking for another way forward, feel free to reach out and we can set up a free consultation to discuss further.

Simon Funnell, MACP, RCC
Grief Counselor

Simon Funnell, MACP, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

I understand that the pain you're going through right now feels unbearable, like a heavy weight on your soul. In our work together, we'll create a safe space to explore your feelings and memories, using therapeutic approaches tailored to your unique experience of grief. While the journey ahead may be challenging, it's important to remember that healing is possible. You don't have to go through this alone; I'll be here to support you every step of the way, helping you find a path toward hope and renewal.

Ben Bjorgaard, PhDc, MA, RCC, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Ben Bjorgaard, PhDc, MA, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Canadian Certified Counsellor

Victoria, British Columbia V8R 4P8 | 833 338 0038

Loss can break, alienate, initiate, and open. It can lead to oceans of feelings looming over us, a sense of being distanced from oneself and others—far away adrift at sea, rage at the injustice of loss, and even shame at experiencing rage. I can't predict what the waves may be like for you, but I can help you respond to them. Whether your instinct is to hold, brace, jump, dive, run, scream, float, or let the waves wash over you, together we can feel out what to do and what to make of it all.

Kelsey Atkinson, MCP, RCC
Grief Counsellor

Kelsey Atkinson, MCP, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

1940 Lonsdale Ave, 107, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7M 2K1 | 604-790-6178

Losing a loved one, dealing with a life-changing illness or injury, or experiencing a major life transition can be incredibly difficult to navigate on your own. As a therapist, I am here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to heal and move forward. I believe that everyone's grief journey is unique, and I tailor my approach to meet your individual needs and circumstances. Together, we can explore your emotions and experiences, find ways to cope with your loss, and develop strategies to manage any challenges that arise. Whether you need space to process and grieve, support in adjusting to a new reality, or simply someone to talk to, I am here to help.

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 #1992

224 West Esplanade, 5th floor, 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

Hayley Winter, RPCC, CPCA
Grief Counsellor

Hayley Winter, RPCC, CPCA

Clinical Counsellor

211 - 1940 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver , British Columbia V7M 2K2 | 604-788-5221

Grief is a part of life for which we can never truly prepare, and looks different for everyone. There are many reasons why people experience grief which may be due to the loss of a loved one, loss of a pet, loss of a job to name a few. I provide grief therapy in order to help you understand your grief. I will also help to educate you on the different stages of grief so that you can better understand the process of grieving. Grief and loss counselling assists you in processing grief, working with you to find your new normal in the face of loss.

Fern Whitfield, RPC, MPCC
Grief Counselor

Fern Whitfield, RPC, MPCC

Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling

Available for Online Therapy

Are you feeling sad, anxious, angry, lonely, guilty, relieved, isolated, confused, or numbed out? Loss and grief is most often associated with loss of life, but it can also be central to the presenting problems and underlying issues that are brought into my counselling office by most of my clients. Death, divorce, relocation, immigration, job loss, relationship breakdowns...these are all losses that we need to work through. Talking about your loss and processing your feelings is a good place to start.

Trevor Hale, PsyD. MSc., RCC
Grief Counsellor

Trevor Hale, PsyD. MSc., RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

North Vancouver, British Columbia V7P 3R9 | 778 223 2749

Loss can leave one with a myriad of emotions (feeling overwhelmed, confused, depressed, deeply sad, angry, among others). If left to our own accord, most will eventually begin to feel generally better; however, some lasting emotionality is not uncommon. In other cases, individuals experience a persistent and long-lasting deep sense of loss. In either event, counselling can help individuals to honour the emotionality of grief and loss while reducing the overall effect on their daily living. Ego-State therapy, is particularly well designed for grief and loss interventions, helping individuals to understand the loss, as well as finding and bolstering their own personal coping resources.

Authentic Connections Therapy- Steve Price, B.Ed, MCP, RCC, CCPA
Grief Counselor

Authentic Connections Therapy- Steve Price, B.Ed, MCP, RCC, CCPA

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Losing a friend or family member can be devastating no matter the circumstances. We can also experience pain from losing a pet, a job or the ending of a relationship. Regardless of what kind of grief or loss you are struggling with, I will support you in facing your pain and finding a way forward. I will help you to understand the process and stages of grief and make sense of it. When we come to make meaning out of our loss our pain is lessened. I will also help you find peace and acceptance.

Valentina Chichiniova, RCC, CCC
Grief Counselor

Valentina Chichiniova, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Canadian Certified Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

When we experience loss, we can become stuck in a pattern of negative feelings and emotions. It can be hard to more forward in the healing process. EMDR can help by targeting and reprocessing the underlying memories and emotions associated with the loss, thus allowing us to move through the stages of grief in a more healing and adaptive way. By reprocessing the negative experiences, we reduce the negative symptoms and increase our sense of emotional resilience and well-being.


Compassionate Bereavement Services in North Vancouver, BC.

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

North Vancouver is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 160.76 square kilometers.  The population of North Vancouver is 85,935 people with 31,116 households . The population ranking for North Vancouver is #65 nationally and #13 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 534.60 people per sq km. North Vancouver therapists serve postal code: V7M.