We've found 24 Mental Health Practitioners

  • Feeling anxious, overwhelmed, sad...I listen, give you skills...I also do Workers Comp Counsellor
    I specialise in Abuse - Addiction(s) - Anxiety - Child related issues - Depression  
  • "A path to personal awareness and emotional health"
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Anger management - Anxiety - Career - Couple issues  
  • A safe and confidential place where you will be heard, understood, and accepted just the way you are
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Couple issues - Grief and loss - Mental health - Trauma  
  • I know your life is precious. I will look after it with the care it deserves. Starting with truly un
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Anxiety - Depression - Relationship issues - Trauma  
  • Specialising in Ericksonian approaches to hypnosis & psychotherapy.
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Anxiety - Mental health - Stress - Trauma  
  • Personal and relationship counsellor
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Gambling - Anger management - Asperger’s syndrome - Chronic fatigue syndrome  
  • Individual & Couples Counselling
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Career - Couple issues - Stress - Trauma  
  • I work with individuals, couples and families to help them find a more harmonious way of living.
    I specialise in Panic disorder - Generalised anxiety disorder - Eating disorder - Drugs - Addiction(s)  
  • I have been supporting people to make positive change for over 15 years
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Anxiety - Depression - Infertility - Stress  
  • Helping people to be free and back in control of their lives!
    I specialise in Emotional abuse - Addiction(s) - Anxiety - Mental health - Trauma  

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Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with addictions

Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance or engages in an activity that can be pleasurable but the continuation of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary responsibilities and concerns, such as work, relationships, or health. 

People who have developed an addiction may not be aware that their behaviour is out of control and causing problems for themselves and others.

Some of the more common forms of addiction include:

 

Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with addictions