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Counselling Links & Resources

The following links are ones that I have found helpful. Knowledge is power, and one way to empower yourself and take full ownership for your wellness is through knowledge and information.

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ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder

CADDRA - The Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance
www.caddra.ca/cms4

CHAD - Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
www.vcn.bc.ca/chaddvan/welcome.htm

Dr. Jim Roche JD PhD CAGS - Registered psychologist
www.relatedminds.com

Dr. Daniel Amen
www.amenclinics.com

Pete Quily – Adult ADD Coach Vancouver
www.addcoach4u.com

Dr. Paul Swingle – neural therapy in Vancouver
www.swingleandassociates.com

Funny and educational Canadian site on ADD
www.totallyadd.com

West Vancouver ADHD Clinic - a great online resource and the only local specialized clinic
www.northshoreadhd.com

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Addiction

BC Mental Health and Addiction Services
www.heretohelp.bc.ca

Center for Internet Addiction
www.netaddiction.com

Internet Addiction Self Test
psychcentral.com/netaddiction/quiz

Robert Weiss, LCSW, CAS
www.cybersexualaddiction.com

Smart Recovery – Self-Management And Recovery Training Non 12 Step, tools for recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups.

Dr. Stanton Peele – TRUE RECOVERY ©Values, Purpose, and Addiction Non 12 step, non disease model of addiction
www.peele.net

Problem Gambling
www.bcresponsiblegambling.ca

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Anxiety

Anxiety BC – Resources, Results, Relief. AnxietyBC™ provides a rich resource of self-help information and programs, as well as resources for parents and caregivers. Our mission is to increase awareness, promote education and improve access to programs that work.
www.anxietybc.com

BC Mental Health and Addiction Services
www.heretohelp.bc.ca

Canadian Mental health Association – BC Division
www.cmha.bc.ca

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BC NurseLine

Call 1-866-215-4700 (toll-free in BC), 604-215-4700 (in Greater Vancouver) or 1-866-889-4700 (if you are deaf or hard of hearing). BC NurseLine provides confidential health information and advice. If English is not your first language, say the name of your preferred language in English to be connected to an interpreter. More than 100 languages are available. Anywhere in the province, call BC NurseLine to speak to a registered nurse 24-hours or a pharmacist from 5 pm to 9 am every day. Have your CareCard number ready. If you do not have a CareCard or don’t want to give your CareCard number, you can still get service.

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Brain Health

Dr. Daniel Amen
www.amenclinics.com

Dr. Paul Swingle – neural therapy in Vancouver
www.swingleandassociates.com

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Crisis Line

Your Local Crisis Line
Despite the name, crisis lines are not only for people who are in crisis. You can call for information on local services or if you just need someone to talk to. You can find the number for your local crisis line online at www.crisiscentre.bc.ca/distress/other.php or at the front of your local phonebook under Emergency & Important Numbers > Distress Centres > Crisis Line. Many are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Depression

BC Mental Health and Addiction Services
www.heretohelp.bc.ca

Canadian Mental health Association – BC Division
www.cmha.bc.ca

The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred)
www.ifred.org/about.html

The Mood Disorders Association of BC (MDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and hope of recovery for those living with a mood disorder or other mental illness.
www.mdabc.net

Dr Randy Paterson, Your Depression Map
www.randypaterson.com

The Mood Disorders Association of BC (MDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and hope of recovery for those living with a mood disorder or other mental illness.
www.mdabc.net

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) is a Canadian nonprofit organization dedicated to the understanding and prevention of suicide.
www.suicideprevention.ca

Bounce Back Program - Canadian Mental health Association of BC Bounce Back: Reclaim Your Health is a program designed to help adults experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety that may arise from stress or other life circumstances. The project is led by CMHA BC Division and funded by the BC Ministry of Health Services.
www.cmha.bc.ca/services/bounceback

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Family Violence

Ending Relationship Abuse Society of BC
www.erabc.ca

Feeling Angry Playing Fair: Breaking The Cycle of Abuse Download book
www.hma.co.nz/.../feeling-angry-playing-fair.asp

Victim Link, online resource for victims of all types of crime
www.victimlinkbc.ca

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Loss & Grief

Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt - The Center for Loss is dedicated to "companioning" grieving people as they mourn transitions and losses that transform their lives
www.centerforloss.com

Delta Hospice Society
www.deltahospice.org

Surrey Hospice Society
www.surreyhospice.com

Living Through Loss Counselling Society of BC - LTLC (founded in 1972) is a not-for-profit organization that provides professional grief counselling to adults and children who have experienced any type of loss.
www.ltlc.bc.ca

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The Red Book

The Red Book, now in its 36th edition, contains over 5,000 listings of community, social and government services in the Lower Mainland. It is the most comprehensive guide of its kind and many professionals working in the field consider it the definitive directory of community resources.
www.bc211.ca

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Sexuality

Dr. David McKenzie – local sexologist and sex and marriage therapist
www.goodsexforlife.com

www.sexualhealth.com