Marriage counselling that Heals in Burlington, ON. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Burlington. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Marriage Counsellor

Rebecca Rosenblat-Billings

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

845 Harrington Court, Burlington, Ontario

I realized that couples work was incomplete without knowing the nuances of the dance of intimacy, where a lot of dynamics play out. As such, I became proficient in sex therapy to compliment my couples’ work.

Marriage Counsellor

Mitchell Harris Ph.D Clinical Psychology, Ph. D.

Registered Psychologist

28 Weber St, Kitchener,

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counsellor

Shannon Servos, PhD

Shannon Servos psychotherapist

Burlington-new email shannonservos@me.com, Ontario

....working with couples to promote communication and conflict resolution skills, and to rebuild trust and intimacy in the relationship

Marriage Counsellor

Kevin-Joel Coupland, BTh. Ed.

Kevin_Joel Coupland

1295 North Service Rd, Burlington, Ontario

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counselor

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Therapist and Consultant

Available for Online Therapy

Conflict in our marriage can feel as if our needs will never be met. We may battle, get nowhere then retreat and hide. I work to help you both identify and get exactly what you need, discovering yes yes solutions that can allow your marriage to come alive again.

Marriage Counsellor

Cathryn Harris, Ph.D

Registered Psychologist

28 Weber Street, Kitchener, Ontario

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counsellor

Mark Laing, B.A. Honours Psychology

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

You don't "become" married, you learn how to be married and some of that may take a lifetime. Helping troubled and seemingly hopeless marriages is what I do everyday. Regardless the issue, you owe it to yourself to learn what it takes to be a great partner.

Marriage Counsellor

Joyce Li, PMP, MCC

Counsellor/Coach

4300 Village Centre Court, Mississauga, Ontario

Each one of us is uniquely wired with different personalities, strengths, weaknesses and emotional needs. Understanding our differences is the key to harmony in relationships.

Marriage Counsellor

Maryam Rahat Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist

565 Sanatorium Road, Hamilton,

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counsellor

Ramneet Lotay, BSW, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

4300 Village Centre Court, Mississauga,

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counsellor

Barb Kirkham, BA, MA

Therapist

1295 North Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario

You decided to build a life together. And then “LIFE” started …. busyness, miscommunication, hurts, resentment.. Sometimes we even lose hope in finding happiness again. There is hope. Let’s get started so you can have the relationship that you want and deserve.

Marriage Counsellor

Elisabeth Needham, M.T.S.

Therapist

28 Weber Street, Kitchener, Ontario

You meet, fall in love, make a decision to be together – everything is pretty rosy! What happens from that time until the time you walk in my office? Miscommunication, hurt, misunderstanding, broken trust, and ambivalence. But you are in my office – so there’s hope!

Marriage Counsellor

Keltie Taylor, M.A.

Clinical Counsellor

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Marriage Counselling, Pre-marital Counselling, Conflict Resolution, Love and Intimacy



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City of Burlington

Therapy Burlington, ON

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The town of Burlington, ON was established in 1915 and has a history of being strong supporters of the military with 300 local men volunteering for the first world war.  As the city grew, it developed into a city in 1974 as the population reached 100,000.  The population of Burlington continues to grow at a rate faster than the Canadian national average.  According to the recent census, almost 80% of Burlington residents consider themselves Christian.  This strong religious following includes denomination of Catholic, Protestant, and Anglican.  Burlington has an average age of over 40 which is higher than the national average; this is reflected in the population of seniors which exceeds 15% of the population. Over 90% of the population is Caucasian.  The school system includes both English and French options as well as a number of Catholic school options.  The city of Burlington does not have any Universities, individuals looking to continue their education can go to nearby Toronto to located post-secondary options.

The economy of Burlington is quite strong with ties to the Greater Toronto area and Hamilton.  The geography of Burlington creates a strong and secure economic future for this area.  There are a number of large industries in Southern Ontario which is Canada’s biggest consumer market as well as the location of the transportation infrastructure for the area. Aside from a strong economic forecast, this city is home to various festivals throughout the year including a Ribfest and a music festival.  These residents enjoy a great recreational environment, a strong economic base, and a diverse educational system.1 Situated on the edge of Lake Ontario, the residents can partake on a number of water sports throughout the summer as well as ice skating in the winter when the lake freezes completely.  There are also a number of trails and parks throughout the city to bring the residents into the outdoors.

Since Burlington is located near some large industries in southern Ontario, the city’s economy is fairly diverse including the relationship Burlington has with the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton, not to mention the intricate transportation infrastructure.  The main industry around Burlington, and is attributed to the majority of their growth, is the automotive and manufacturing industries.  Since the city is suburban, it is very heavily car dependent.  If you are feeling secluded and isolated in your relationship as a couple, marriage counselling is a new beginning towards togetherness.  When communication and relationship rebuilding start taking place, therapy with your marriage counsellor Burlington ON becomes a freeing experience of growth and positive change.  The political structure in Burlington includes a mayor, four members of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and one member of the Conservative Party of Canada that represents Burlington in the House of Commons.  An interesting tidbit—John Turmel, who has run as an independent candidate over several elections, holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the most elections contested and the most elections ran and lost as an independent candidate.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Burlington

Burlington is an area along the coast, located in Ontario. It has a population of a little over 175,000 people living there; the city has seen almost a 7% growth in five years and it is expected to continue growing for many more years.2 Although this city is a great place to live, there are still problems for families and couples who are living here.

Domestic abuse and poverty are still problems here, and they are things that many families face constantly. No one should have to live in fear of their partner or of their parent, and for this reason there is always help available. The Halton Women�s Place has a shelter in Burlington that provides emergency shelter, as well as crisis services. They can be contacted at 905-332-1593�or, you can call their crisis line that is available 24/7 at 905-332-7892.3

Family Services and Assistance Programs

There is also financial, medical, and physical assistance for families who are struggling in other ways. For example, Community Living Burlington is a dedicated organization that has been around for almost sixty years and provide many different services to those in need.4 Halton Family Services is another group in Burlington that regularly gives mental help and counseling to over 2,500 people across the area. Their clinical staff all has at least a master of social work degree and are well equipped to help people with any mental health concerns. They provide budget and debt management, parenting, marital stress, separation and divorce, abuse problems, stress, depression, drug abuse, and many other things. These programs and many others are available to help families and couples who are in need.


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017) . Burlington, ON. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burlington,_Ontario.
2. Statistics Canada. (2017) . Focus on Geography Series, 2011 Census - Census Subdivision of Burlington. Retrieved from http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011/as-sa/fogs-spg/Facts-csd-eng.cfm?LANG=Eng&GC=3524002.
3. Halton Information Providers. (2016) . Halton Women's Place, Burlington, Emergency Shelter And Crisis Services. Retrieved from http://search.hipinfo.info/record/BTN2544.
4. Community Living Burlington. (2017) . Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.clburlington.ca/.

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.