Counselling in Moncton, NB. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Great therapists in Moncton, New Brunswick are ready to help you. Contacting a counsellor is fast and easy, go ahead and say hello.


Tammy Daigle, BPsych., BSW, MSW, RSW

Clinical Social Worker

976 Champlain Street Suite 102, Dieppe, New Brunswick

INFACO offers ethical and competent counselling services to Individuals, Families and Couples. Through respectful and meaningful therapeutic relationships, INFACO`s guiding principal centers on empowering oneself to achieve their full potential and live a balanced life.

Mathieu Cormier, M.A., CCC

Psychotherapist & clinical sexologist

976 Champlain street, suite 102, Dieppe, New Brunswick

I provide a professional environment to make you feel safe to express your concerns. My priority is to make you feel comfortable, heard and understood. Helping you with the tools and knowledge I have, we will work together for you to live a happier, healthier life.

Mylène D'Astous, M.A., CCC

Clinical Sexologist - In Person, Phone or Skype Counselling

272 St. George Street, Office 320, Moncton, New Brunswick

Since 1996, I have helped over 1000 clients resolve their sex and relationship issues. My extended training and experience in combination with my warm, down-to-earth approach will ensure that you feel comfortable as you explore your concerns with me.

Janice A. Graham, Ph.D., RCC

Psychotherapist - Professional Therapy by Phone & Email

547 Michigan Street, Suite 203, Victoria, British Columbia

"I help people to have better lives using effective traditional and up-to-date-therapies. My counselling approach is first to hear your story, next encourage your insight and understanding, then help you make changes to make your ongoing life more satisfying."


If you feel alone and unable to cope with something troubling you, consider therapy. You can get expert support and encouragement through counselling Moncton, psychotherpy NB. Many times, as we go through life’s changes, as we lose our ability to do physical activities, or to process thoughts the same way as we have in the past, we feel a sense of loss and insecurity of who we are.  Redefining what the future holds helps you to better accept and prepare for the differences throughout life.  Some of the changes we can naturally prepare for, simply aging have many changes we must accept.  Through a psychotherapist Moncton, counsellor, or psychologist, you can regain your footing that feels lost in the fray. However, there are other aspects in life that we cannot prepare for, such as an accident that takes away our abilities, or a disease that robs us of the freedoms we may have taken for granted. If you are struggling with accepting limitations in your life and having a difficult time figuring out what life is supposed to look like now, call Moncton counselling, psychotherapist NB, to rebuild your life.  The first step is often the most challenging, but with the direction and help of a professional therapist, you have a great opportunity ahead of you.


Counseling Moncton, NB Counselor, Therapist, Family Psychologist in Moncton, New Brunswick Help for marriages, separation, divorce, individuals, families and relationships in Moncton, NB and the surrounding areas.

Other Areas of Practice: self-esteem counselor, addictions (alcohol abuse, substance abuse, gambling, sexual addiction, internet addiction), career counseling Moncton, credit counsellor, depression counsellor, spiritual and Christian counseling Moncton, child therapist, burnout, grief & loss, trauma counseling Moncton, communication, psychological testing and assessment, aging parents, marriage, eating disorders, infidelity & affair help, stress therapy, anger management, and panic.

Related Sites:
College of Psychologists of New Brunswick
Canadian Counselling Association
City of Moncton
Canadian Psychological Association

About Moncton, NB

Lakeburn, Riverview, Pine Glen, Indian Mountain, Lower Coverdale, Coverdale

Moncton has a lot of natural features, such as the Northumberland Strait, which is only 15 minutes away that boasts Parlee Beach.  Parlee Beach has the warmest salt water beaches north of Virginia.  Some nearby natural attractions includes Hopewell rocks, which are about half an hour from Moncton, down the Petitcodiac river valley.  To help your relationship improve, counseling Moncton, NB is available as a resource for improving focus and developing shared dreams.  On Prince Edward Island there is the Confederation Bridge that is about an hour east away from the city.  Two major national parks that are located near Moncton are Fundy National Park and Kouchibouguac National Park.  Both are about an hours’ drive from the city.  Cape Enrage has a historic lighthouse, fossil cliffs, and scenic vistas.  There are also some ecotourism preserves in the area.  Two of the more popular ones are the Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Preserve and La Dune de Bouctouche Eco-Centre.

The architecture in Moncton has a lot of different structures from many different periods.  The Aliant Tower was built in 1971 and is 417 feet high.  It is the tallest building in Moncton and is a microwave communications tower.  Some of the other buildings include the Assumption Place, which is a building 265 feet high and is the headquarters for Assumption Mutual Life Insurance.  The Blue Cross Centre is a shorter building, only nine stories tall, but the architecture is very distinctive and sits on a full city block.  There are several other buildings in Moncton that are between eight and ten stories in height boasting different architectural markings.   Christian counselling Moncton, NB starts the path towards a deeper relationship with your spouse and with God.  The urban parks in Moncton include Mapleton Park, Centennial Park, which has an artificial beach, lighted cross country skiing and hiking trails and has the city’s largest playground.  The other urban parks include Irishtown, which is the largest urban nature park in Canada.

Moncton is located in New Brunswick, Canada. It has a land area of 579.63 square kilometers.  The population of Moncton is 72,321 people with 3,878 households . The population ranking for Moncton is #421 nationally and #12 for the province of New Brunswick with a density of 16.90 people per sq km. Moncton therapists serve postal code: E1C.