Addiction Therapists in Burlington, ON.

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


Addiction Counsellor

Mark Laing, B.A. Honours Psychology

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

I have helped literally thousands of men who struggle with pornography addiction and the grief it brings to their marriage. The toxicity of shame and secrecy help keep this struggle private until caught. This addiction is not an easy one to win against on your own and needs the attention of a therapist. Most men have no idea why they are so locked into this addiction. In the last few years, women too are becoming increasingly more caught in the web of porn addiction, equally with no idea why. Although porn addictions look sexual they are often another issues being acted out sexually. This is where I have been so successful in helping people with this addiction and find the freedom they want.

Addiction Counsellor

Bayridge Counselling Centre

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

28 Weber Street, Unit 2, Kitchener, Ontario

If we do something repeatedly, that we would rather not do, then we have an addiction. The problem with addictions is that people get hurt. The addicted person may not recognize the seriousness of their situation, but eventually both the addict and their loved ones suffer tremendously in a state of helplessness. Many families have been destroyed from addictive behaviour such as substance addiction (drugs/alcohol), gambling, sexual addictions, gaming/internet addictions. A counsellor can help. Workshops, groups, individual or family counselling can assist in breaking the devastating cycle of addiction. Coping skills and emotional awareness to negotiate compelling urges and compulsive in

Addiction Counsellor

Jonathan Christink, B.A., M.Ed.

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Addiction is a very complex issue, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the impacts of addiction are far reaching. While there are many factors that contribute to addictions, it is imperative to learn about emotional regulation in order to learn how to manage them. Individuals struggling with addictions find themselves in a continuous viscous cycle fighting uncomfortable emotions. Individuals continue with addictions because drugs, alcohol, gambling, etc. provide immediate and temporary relief from their environment and their painful emotions. My focus with addiction counselling is teaching emotional regulation and behavioural modification strategies.

Addiction Counsellor

Rebecca Rosenblat-Billings

B.Sc. (Hons) Psych, RP, CSAT, Cert LC

845 Harrington Court, Burlington, Ontario

Sex addiction is one of the hardest addictions to treat because it’s not about avoiding/quitting the “poison”, rather, managing sexual desire in the right context. And since it’s based in shame, internal discomfort & self-loathing, approaching it from a moral judgment standpoint only exacerbates the problem. As such, I conduct the treatment process from a place of understanding, so the client can reach in their darkest places to identify triggers and we can address them – the process also works with porn addiction. I take a multi-prong approach – identifying & treating root causes, eliminating the addictive cycle, replacing it with constructive ways of self-soothing, and building self-esteem

Addiction Counsellor

Keltie Taylor, M.A.

Clinical Counsellor

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Addictions often happen when people are uncertain of how to cope with their current reality. They feel helpless in getting themselves into a good frame of mind and are unable to handle their emotions so they turn to something else to change these emotions instead of dealing with them. An addiction is not just limited to drugs or alcohol. An addiction can be anything that takes up our time and energy in an unhealthy way, or gives us a temporary feeling of freedom from the reality in which we live.

Addiction Counsellor

Shannon Servos, PhD

Shannon Servos psychotherapist

Burlington-new email shannonservos@me.com, Ontario

There are many forms of addiction. Understanding what addiction is and how it affects day to day life is a necessary part of the recovery process. Unfortunately it can affect work and relationships. Many times it negatively impacts health. Making a decision to get help is important as accountability is a key component to recovery and healing. Therapy can provide tools for coping as well as learning to deal with the challenges one faces living with addiction.

Addiction Counsellor

Keleigh Anderson, BA, OCGC, CCPS- Candidate

Clinical Counsellor

845 Harrington Court, Burlington, Ontario

The term “addict” is commonly shrouded in judgement, guilt, shame, and remorse. I want to introduce you to a different understanding of addiction while providing insight into your actions. I offer a safe space to share your story and the tools to help you move beyond addiction. I can help to uncover subconscious blocks on the journey of healing from addiction or from a loved one’s addiction. No situation is hopeless, regardless of the addiction (sex, drugs, alcohol, gambling, food), change is possible. We are powerful beings and regardless of our past hurts, we are all worthy of love and healing. We are all good enough as is to deserve peace, happiness and freedom from the urge to use. To Partners of Sex Addicts: Have you just experienced discovery?...(view profile to read more)


You have Found the Top Therapists for Addiction And Codependency in Burlington, ON.

Thank you for visiting our Ontario page of therapists in Burlington 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 Burlington, ON is a vital part of recoverey and healing. We are ready to help, let's get started.

Burlington is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 185.66 square kilometers.  The population of Burlington is 183,314 people with 71,373 households . The population ranking for Burlington is #28 nationally and #13 for the province of Ontario with a density of 987.30 people per sq km. Burlington therapists serve postal code: L7M.