Addiction Therapists in Winnipeg, MB.

Counselling for addiction and codependency in Winnipeg, MB. Help for alcohol and substance abuse, pornography, sex and internet addiction, gambling, and compulsive spending.


Sarah Picken, MA, MFT
Addiction Counsellor

Sarah Picken, MA, MFT

Individual, Couple and Family Therapist

1476 Portage Ave , Winnipeg , Manitoba R3G 0W3 | 204 797 2104

Addiction can feel like an impossibly hard challenge to overcome but with the proper support it is possible to get better. Therapy can help by uncovering the root causes of why an addictive part of you has been triggered, how to soothe that part and heal the issues it is trying to numb. With that awareness it is possible to move forward with healthier coping strategies leaving you feeling empowered and in control of your life again. If this sounds hopeful, feel free to connect. I am here holding a safe space for you to do this transformational work.

Val Neufeld, MSW, RSW
Addiction Counsellor

Val Neufeld, MSW, RSW

Masters of Social Work, Registered Social Worker

Central Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2C2 | 204-799-1350

No one in life plans on having a struggle with an addiction. I have found in my life - that it is often a quest for happiness and security that someone can become entangled in an addiction. What begins as a way of numbing or avoiding painful feelings and seeking a way to feel better becomes a habit and at times - a way of life and one of the only ways to cope with life. I wonder about addictions being the great deceiver. What we hope will help - the magic to make all well - becomes what destroys so much. Naming the problem - is really such an important and courageous step towards healing. It is so important to find support in moving forward and away from an addiction.

Karen Bourdon, MA
Addiction Counsellor

Karen Bourdon, MA

Counselling Therapist

1073 St. Mary's Rd., Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M 3T2 | 204-230-3166

It saddens me that often people struggling with addiction receive such judgement. I recognize that every single one of us can easily fall into the cycle of addiction, whether it be alcohol, drugs, gambling, work, sex or a multitude of other options. I like to begin from a place of addressing the issue of shame, and then help clients become more self-aware of their feelings and thoughts. I then help them learn to manage life in a more healthy manner - slowly. I believe that every addict has some form of past hurts and wounding that I would love to help them work through, so that they can live a full and vibrant life.

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC
Addiction Counsellor

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapist, Professional Counsellor

2-305 Kingston Crescent, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M0T5 | 2047717650

Not all addictions can be treated the same way, because we are all wired differently in our behaviours. Yet, as humans, there are core humanistic traits that are part of our makeup; that is, we are rewarded by endorphins - that feel-good chemical that stimulates our brain and changes us physiologically. We cannot underestimate the power of the mind. Many of us do not feel we have the capability to will our way out of a certain behaviour - while others feel they do have the 'will-power'. I help my clients stop the crippling cycle of behaviours that have overtaken their lives, and replace these with 'feel good' behaviours, simply by giving them the strength and will to succeed.

Kirsten Schroeder, BA, MA, MA (Counseling)
Addiction Counsellor

Kirsten Schroeder, BA, MA, MA (Counseling)

Psychotherapist

206-383 Provencher Blvd., Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 0G9 | 204-233-9023

You know you should stop, but the pull is irresistible. Addiction to a substance or a behavior is very powerful and can lead us to sacrifice the people and things we love for “just one more hit”. We use the addictive substance to temporarily suspend our more disturbing feelings, but it doesn’t last. The good news is, relief and change are possible. Using a transtheoretical model for addictions, I invite you into a caring, non-judgmental space to explore the root causes of your addiction and reclaim your life.

Peter Hall, BA, MA,
Addiction Counsellor

Peter Hall, BA, MA,

Counsellor / Psychotherapists

1071 Brazier st, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2K 2P6 | (204)794-7986

An addict once told me it's not quitting the drugs that is hard it's staying off the drugs that's hard. Relationships and a life focus have set many people free from the confusing and sick world of drugs. It is a journey you can not walk alone and is a courage's victorious journey for anyone who dares to be set free from the bondage of drugs. I have seen many people set free from drugs. You can be next

Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC
Addiction Counsellor

Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC

Psychotherapist

206-62 Roslyn Rd., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0G6 | 204 297-6350

Addictions are one way of coping with deep, unrelenting emotional pain. You may be self-medicating to avoid the painful thoughts and feelings often arising out of traumatic childhood experiences. Whether the addiction is to alcohol, drugs, pornography, sex, shopping or gambling the purpose is the same. You are desperately attempting to avoid debilitating emotional pain. Therapy can help you identify and resolve the underlying negative emotions that trigger your addiction. You can learn to control your urges and initiate alternate, healthy responses. You can start to feel physically and mentally healthier. Therapy can help you develop a positive sense of self, and re-establish loving relations....

Marlene R. Dyck, M.A., B.A.(Conflict Resolution)
Addiction Counsellor

Marlene R. Dyck, M.A., B.A.(Conflict Resolution)

Marlene R. Dyck Therapist / Life Coach

1026-1195 Rothesay St., Winnipeg, Manitoba R2G 4K2 | (204) 415-2828. Phone sessions available

Emotinal pain is very uncomfortable. Sometimes it is short lived, but often it goes on and on. When the pain is ignored, we find ways to suppress it. That what addictions are. The pain may be suppress through food, drugs or work, to name a few but it does not go away. When the addiction takes over, it puts important areas of our growth on hold. Together, we will look discover what the pain is about and work to resolve it so that your life can be more fullfilling and satisfying.

Riverbend Counselling & Wellness Therapy, Coaching, Seminars, MA, PACCC
Addiction Counsellor

Riverbend Counselling & Wellness Therapy, Coaching, Seminars, MA, PACCC

Counselling Therapist

Unit 9 - 1110 Henderson Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2G 1L1 | 204-334-4801

Recovery from addiction is one of the most difficult things to achieve. Relapse is a real thing, but sadly it is often viewed as a moral failure. The first thing an addict needs is to genuinely sense their counsellor has unconditional positive regard. We want to stop the shame and guilt at our office door. None of us are perfect, so let's join hands and travel together. We will proceed by creating a tailor-made plan that will help you grow out from under the power of addiction and into a new sense of self-betterment.

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT
Addiction Counsellor

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT

Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist

Suite 305 - 475 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2J 4A7 | 204-292-5058

I help people break free from many types of addiction and I specialize in sex addiction therapy. My philosophy is to work from the "outside in." In other words, I give you many tools to stop your outward behaviors in the initial sessions. Once you have gained some sobriety, I will work with you on the internal issues that led you to the addiction in the first place. The core issues may include abuse, trauma, codependency, intimacy anorexia, depression, anxiety, family-of-origin problems and/or spiritual difficulties. The internal issues can be difficult to face but once there is healing, long-term recovery and sobriety from your addiction is attainable.

Gerald Loewen, B.R.E., M.A. (C.E.), M.A. (Ed Min.)
Addiction Counsellor

Gerald Loewen, B.R.E., M.A. (C.E.), M.A. (Ed Min.)

Counsellor/Therapist

#304-19978 72 Ave., Langley, British Columbia V2Y 1R7 | 604-530-2134

People's lives are often ruined by addictions. These include alcohol, drugs, gambling and even shopping. Often our addictions are a result of attempting to cope with the stresses of life. Clients are given more effective and constructive ways to deal with these issues in their everyday life. Once they have a basis for correct thinking, they are also better equipped to strengthen their resolve.

Sam Whelan, MMFT, CD
Addiction Counsellor

Sam Whelan, MMFT, CD

BA (Psych), Masters (Marriage & Family Therapy), CD

Winnipeg, Manitoba R2V 0B2 | 204-688-9012

Addiction is often seen as a disease; however, I see it as a response to some form of trauma (known or unknown) which has left the individual unable and/or unwilling to work through the: behaviours, emotions, sensations, thoughts, feelings and memories of trauma. This is understandable because to work through these components requires a good enough support team; I.e., parents, friends, therapists, spiritual mentors to name a possible few. And unfortunately individuals who experience addiction often either do not have these supports or are not ready (for a variety of understandable reasons) to accept these supports.

Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW
Addiction Counsellor

Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW

Counselling Therapist

#716 - 177 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0W5 | 204-957-1080

As a therapist, I have extensive experience in working with addictions of all types. Having worked for 7 years in residential addiction treatment, I understand the challenges of getting sober. I have worked with families enduring, done interventions, worked with community halfway housing, and am a drug and alcohol educator with CODA (Council on Drug Abuse). Whether it be drug, alcohol, gambling, sexual addiction, I can help.

Don Russell, Russell & Associates Group
Addiction Counsellor

Don Russell, Russell & Associates Group

Professional Counselling Therapists

200-569 Academy Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3N 0E4 | 204 746 0281

Trying quit, but just can't? Dr. Don Russell knows that quitting a bad habit or addiction doesn't come without skill, and support. Dr. Russell uses a scientifically proven revolutionary approach to curb the urge, and change the thoughts and feelings that drive the addiction. "I never thought I could get rid of this" is a comment Dr. Russell often hears as people begin to experience of being free of the urge and the habit. Best of all this doesn't come through willpower alone. It comes from cutting edge therapy in a safe, supportive enviroment.

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA
Addiction Counsellor

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA

Certified Counselling Therapist

201 Portage Avenue West; 18th Floor, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3K6 | 2049268682

Addictions of any kind rob not just the one with the addiction but make victims of all who are a part of that person's life. Addictive behaviour runs deep and requires discernment and expertise to fully reconcile its harmful effects emotionally, physically, spiritually, mentally and relationally. But, it is surely worth the work to root it out and bring peace and freedom for all.

Michelle Morand, Online and Phone Support
Addiction Counsellor

Michelle Morand, Online and Phone Support

M.A. Counselling; Successful Internet & Phone Counselling

Skype/Internet/Phone Support Worldwide, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0B8 | 778-990-4606

Addictions are stressful, frustrating, and anxiety provoking. They lead you to behave in ways that, even as you are doing it, you know are not ultimately going to benefit you. So, if you don't want to be doing it but still do it, what's going on? Well, addictions are a confused, and often harmful, way of coping with a stressful, frustrating, or painful situation. The only problem is, aside from temporarily numbing and soothing you, they don't really solve anything, and they often create problems of their own, making life more stressful and thus increasing your need for the coping strategy all over again. Our program will teach you to simply step free of the struggle completely.

Donna Youngdahl, MMFT
Addiction Counsellor

Donna Youngdahl, MMFT

Individual, Couple, and Family Therapist

497 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0N9 | 204-228-0078

I can help you understand your relationship to addiction(s), move towards readiness for change, and develop and implement a recovery plan (which may include additional supports, such as recovery groups or residential treatment). From a place of compassion and non-judgement, I understand addiction in terms of its impact on the brain, recognizing that as addictive behaviour increases, it can be very hard for someone to change without outside help. As Gabor Mate teaches, addiction is a response to pain, whether that be trauma, anxiety, a need for connection, or other source of distress. I will support you in the healing path to recovering from addiction.

Eldon Pullman, MA
Addiction Counsellor

Eldon Pullman, MA

Therapist

302 - 1200 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0T5 | 204-663-0050

We all have emotional needs we want met. If we grew up in a perfect environment we would have no awareness that we have emotional needs. No one has experienced a perfect environment therefore we all have become aware of pain in our lives, we can call this a hole in our heart. Some of us seek to either kill the pain in our heart or fill the hole. Addictions are our way of dealing with the pain or hole that we have experienced in life. Understanding the process of how the addiction was developed and how we keep it going is important to overcoming our addictions. Counselling can help you understand why you are addicted and what to do to deal with it. All forms of addictions are dealt with.

Kristy Carroll, B.A, M.M.F.T
Addiction Counsellor

Kristy Carroll, B.A, M.M.F.T

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

297 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 1J5 | 204 299 2554

Our relationship with any process or substance (drugs/alcohol, pornography, shopping, work, gaming, gambling, social media) becomes unhealthy when it affects our lives in negative ways. Be it increasing distance/conflict in our relationships or creating financial/legal/health/career consequences, the result is a disconnect from our own true values and desires. I work with clients to develop curiosity-appreciating how the addiction, originating as an attempt to solve a problem (trauma, mental illness, stress), has now become the problem. Framing it as such, we can begin to work with dependence with greater perspective and compassion, shifting from ambivalent powerless to resilient action.

Vanessa Deguzman, Counsellor
Addiction Counsellor

Vanessa Deguzman, Counsellor

The Healing Project - Counsellor and Life Coach

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5V3 |

Sometimes we are aware of what we are doing but have no control to stop. I believe the most effective changes begin by gradual changes. The Healing Project understands everything including dealing with an addiction is a process and will not judge you for your decisions but rather shed light onto what's currently occuring.

Valiant Recovery, CCCCA
Addiction Counsellor

Valiant Recovery, CCCCA

Residential Addiction Program

Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3K6 | 204-202-1513

Addiction is a complex disease that affects the functioning of the brain and body. It causes serious damage to families, relationships, communities and workplaces. Common symptoms of addiction include loss of control, preoccupation with using, continued use despite consequences, failed attempts to quit, high tolerance and withdrawal. At Valiant Recovery, our specialty is addiction treatment, and we offer services such as professional intervention, detoxification, 30, 60 or 90-day residential rehabilitation, and a sober living program for our alumni. Addiction can be effectively prevented, treated and managed with the help of our expert addiction specialists.

Glenys Wirch, MA CPGC D.Min
Addiction Counsellor

Glenys Wirch, MA CPGC D.Min

Counsellor Therapist

546 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0G3 | 204 298 9447

I work with addictions from a transtheoretical model of therapy. This approach is a model that embraces intentional change; client's decide what change they want to embrace. I focus on the decision making of the individual client, along with assessing an individual's readiness to act on a new healthier behaviour. I also explore and provide strategies for change, or processes for change. This guides my clients through the various stages of change. This is done in a client centered manner, essentially empowering my client's to embrace life in a new, healthy, and fulfilling way.

Susan Wenzel, Susan
Addiction Counsellor

Susan Wenzel, Susan

Sex and Relationship Therapist

6 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0K6 | 2047705381

Susan is a clinical sexology and Sex-Therapist. She is trained to help clients with various sexual concerns. Whether is addiction, sexual dysfunctional or seeking erotic coaching to enhance your relationship. You can always book an appointment with Susan in order to work on your relationships and personal growth. There is no a taboo subject at Susan's office. Her clients are respected and treated with positive regard.

Josiah M. Mutua, M.A. Counselling Psychology
Addiction Counsellor

Josiah M. Mutua, M.A. Counselling Psychology

Counsellor / Psychotherapist

17-595 Clifton Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 2X5 | 204-995-2735

Whether it is a drug or behaviour, individuals struggling with addictions experience powerlessness and hopelessness – inescapably trapped as the addiction gradually and relentlessly replaces relationships and occupation, and sabotages life goals. Due to high rate of co-occurrence of addictions with mental, developmental, personality and post traumatic stress disorders, I make assessment for disorders and for relational and environmental factors. Interventions include treatment of disorders, resolution of underlying issues, development of and commitment to worthwhile goals in major areas of life, equipping with skills for relapse prevention, and establishment of effective support networks.

Paula Newman, M.Ed. Psych.
Addiction Counsellor

Paula Newman, M.Ed. Psych.

Counsellor Therapist

265 Cordova St., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3N 1A3 | 204-487-7060

Many uncomfortable feeling can inhibit the ability to reach out for help when addictions are involved. Breaking this cycle by seeking out professional help can be the first step to recovery. My approach is multifaceted and I encourage gaining support from many sources if this is comfortable to the individual.



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Thank you for visiting our Manitoba page of therapists in Winnipeg who specialize in addictions in all forms- internet addiction, pornography and sex addictions, gambling, alcohol and drug abuse, shopping, and food addictions.  An addiction can destroy lives and relationships. Often times there is a codependent person somewhere in the sphere of an addict. Professional therapy from an addiction specialist in Winnipeg, MB is a vital part of recoverey and healing. We are ready to help, let's get started.

Winnipeg is located in Manitoba, Canada. It has a land area of 464.33 square kilometers.  The population of Winnipeg is 705,244 people with 281,046 households . The population ranking for Winnipeg is #7 nationally and #1 for the province of Manitoba with a density of 1518.80 people per sq km. Winnipeg therapists serve postal code: R3C.