Counselling in Saint John, NB. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Saint John, New Brunswick will help you make the changes you want.

Tania Margeson, MEd., RSW, LCT-C

Tania Margeson, MEd., RSW, LCT-C

Registered Social Worker

Rothesay, New Brunswick E2E 2N6 | 506-216-5433

Graceful Life Counselling is a small, private practice based in Rothesay, NB. I have over 20 years experience in the helping profession. I offer a quiet, warm and confidential space for you to share your story.

Germaine Watts, BBA, MIR, PFS Cert.

Germaine Watts, BBA, MIR, PFS Cert.

Certified Pathfinder Career System Consultant

2403 ROUTE 845, BAYSWATER, New Brunswick E5S 1M4 | 506-763-3324

I provide a wholeness-centered approach to helping you understand your deepest desires, behavioral strengths, and career potentials, and will work with you to define your opportunities for personal growth and evolution.

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Individuals who feel chronically hopeless about their lives could be suffering from depression and should consider counselling St John, NB to diagnose and treat the problem.  Hopelessness is a major symptom of depression, and feeling it over a long period of time or for no apparent reason is often an indicator that the roots of your unhappiness go deeper than just a bad day at the office.  Chronic hopelessness can be addressed at any stage, but the sooner you get help by seeing a therapist St John NB, counselling professional, or psychologist, the sooner you can put your life back track.   The longer you allow these feelings to accumulate, the more difficult your road to health and happiness could become!  Fortunately, there is plenty of help available for those who feel they cannot overcome hopelessness on their own.  Counselling Saint John NB can help you understand what is causing your mental state and show you how to move toward a happier existence.

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

Other Areas of Practice: self-esteem counselor, addictions (alcohol abuse, substance abuse, gambling, sexual addiction, internet addiction), career counseling St. John, credit counsellor, depression counsellor, spiritual and Christian counseling St. John, child therapist, burnout, grief & loss, trauma counseling St. John, 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 St. John NB
Canadian Psychological Association

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Saint John is the largest city in the New Brunswick province.  The area was first inhabited by the Passamaquoddy Nation several thousand years ago.  This area was first discovered by Europeans in 1604 when French cartographer, Samuel de Champlain, was on a reconnaissance of the Bay of Fundy.  It was on this day of discovery that Samuel de Champlain Saint John, which happened to be St. John the Baptist’s Day, which is where the name for the city came from.  The city is located on the mouth of the St. John River, which became a strategic location passing from the French to the British after several different wars.  In 1758 the city was renamed Fort Frederick but was destroyed during the American Revolutionary War.  For those who may be dealing with the effects of a lost job or unemployment, counselling Saint John NB psychotherapy helps to address the difficulties. With compassionate therapy, individuals can begin the process of growth and anticipate a new direction for the future.   The Loyalists occupied the area eventually amalgamating the two to become the City of Saint John in 1785, which became the first city to incorporate in British North America, which is present-day Canada. 

The climate in Saint John is humid with winter temperatures falling in the 20’s and summer temperatures that are cool to warm with average temperatures in the 50’s.   There is also a fair amount of fog during the summer months, but does not usually last all day long.  There is also a lot of precipitation that falls year round with the fall and early winter being the wettest months.  Interestingly, rain is every bit as common in the wintertime as snow is, with there being snow-free days in mid-winter.  For those who are looking for growth and development, Christian counselling Saint John, NB helps you to integrate life’s events with the path you want to take.  The benefits of psychotherapy St John NB far outweigh the option of going it alone. The city lies at the mouth of the St. John River which flows south into the Bay of Fundy.  There is a Reversing Falls Rapids that is a unique sight due to the diurnal tides of the base which reserves the water flow of the river.  There are also several underwater ledges which creates a series of rapids.  At every tide the ocean water is pushed which results in a reversing of the river’s flow. The topography is basically hilly and the soil is rocky.  There are also quite a few fresh water lakes in the area. 

Saint John is located in New Brunswick, Canada. It has a land area of 315.96 square kilometers.  The population of Saint John is 67,575 people with 30,208 households . The population ranking for Saint John is #82 nationally and #2 for the province of New Brunswick with a density of 213.90 people per sq km. Saint John therapists serve postal code: E2J.