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26th September 2018 

Psychotherapy, Expressive Arts Therapy & consultant supervision in Vancouver

Are you struggling with something that is difficult to share with friends and family? Maybe even something you are finding hard to articulate to yourself? Do you think you might have issues around food or addiction? Low or erratic mood? Trauma or issues from the past that seem to still be affecting your life today?

Could you benefit from a place to take some time-out?

... to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours

... to re-connect with who you essentially are

... to start living the life you want

My name is Keith Thurlow-Bishop and I am a fully qualified and highly experienced registered clinical counsellor (RCC) and expressive arts therapist based in downtown Vancouver. I have been working in mental health since 1990, and have extensive experience working with people recovering from food and exercise issues, compulsive behaviours such as addictions, mood problems, and experiences of abuse, neglect or trauma.

I am committed to providing a high quality professional service in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.

My practice is in downtown Vancouver.

I work with individuals, groups and families on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period, supporting you to enhance your life and to live it more fully and authentically.

I have particular experience of working with men and women who have difficulties with :

  • Eating disorders or problematic eating behaviours
  • Compulsive exercising
  • Body image issues
  • Self-harming behaviours
  • Addiction issues
  • Mental health issues such as peronality disorders
  • Sex, sexuality and gender identity issues (LGBTQ2S)
  • Experiences of abuse or trauma
  • Mood issues such as bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression
  • Life-threatening conditions such as cancer and HIV/AIDS
  • Relationships

    In addition to psychotherapy, I also offer group and individual clinical supervision to trainees and qualified practitioners.