Resource Links

Here are some therapy resources for those residing in BC – learn more about available therapy options and find the right therapist for you.

GoodTherapy.org: An “international association of counselors, therapists, and psychologists who believe people are equipped to transform the obstacles to optimum health and happiness.” GoodTherapy.org also offers a directory of therapists (searchable by postal and zip code) as well as a professional blog and information about therapy.

British Columbia Psychological Association: The BCPA is a “voluntary body…committed to advancing psychology, the interests of psychologists and the psychological well–being of all British Columbians.” Visitors to the site can also search for a therapist using the interactive map and read more about the benefits of therapy.

CounsellingBC.com: Counselling BC provides a professional directory of “more than 300 psychologists, counsellors and other professional therapists” to people residing in BC. The site also contains public and professional resources as well as a thorough list of questions to consider when choosing a therapist.

MyShrink: MyShrink provides client friendly information on counselling and holistic therapy. Based in Vancouver, BC, MyShrink provides a directory of health practitioners that allow clients to choose the most comfortable way of reaching out and communicating for them. There is also extensive information about therapy and how to choose the best therapist for you.

Renee McTavish: Professional writing and editing services including website content and resumes.

Thara Vayali: Naturopathic Medicine