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Julie Long, M.Ed., CCC


208-161 Stafford Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2W9

Addictions can have a very strong hold of us and can make us feel like we can not survive unless....If we just...then everything will be okay. The temporary escape from our lives is just that...temporary. Life is full of stress and when we learn to handle stress in healthy ways, the chains of our addictions can be lifted. Seeing a therapist can help us identify the feelings we are running from; can help us figure out how to cope with our emotions; and can help empower our lives with activities that can be just as exciting and less destructive as ...

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Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC


206-62 Roslyn Rd., Winnipeg, MB R3L 0G6

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....

Addiction Therapist

Marlene R. Dyck, M.A., B.A.,L.P.N.

Marlene R. Dyck Therapist / Life Coach

1026-1195 Rothesay St., Winnipeg, MB R2G 4K2

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.

Addiction Therapist

Paula Newman, M.Ed. Psych.

Counsellor Therapist

265 Cordova St., Winnipeg, MB R3N 1A3

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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Ailia Mikolash, Clinic Director, Thrive Counselling

Registered Social Worker

#200-254 Edmonton St., Winnipeg, MB R3C 3Y4

Addictions are a trap. When you're trapped in one, you can't live the life you want to live, because all you can think about is getting your next fix. Our counsellors can help you heal the pain you live with, and find new, fresh, fulfilling ways to comfort and nurture yourself. If you're ready to get out of the trap, call us today. We have day, evening, and weekend appointments ready to be booked, and we can help you.

Addiction Therapist

Glenys Wirch, MA

Counselor Therapist

546 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0G3

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.

Addiction Therapist

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA

Certified Counselling Therapist

201 Portage Avenue West; 18th Floor, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3K6

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.

Addiction Therapist

Karen Bourdon, MA

Counselling Therapist

1073 St. Mary's Rd., Winnipeg, MB R2M 3T2

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.

Addiction Therapist

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT

Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist

3527 Pembina Highway (Entrance at rear of building), Winnipeg, MB R3V 1A5

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.

Addiction Therapist

Eldon Pullman, MA


302 - 1200 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0T5

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.

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