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Eating Disorders Therapists in Ajax-pickering Durham Region
Anorexia, Bulimia

Area auto-widened to the state of Ontario - no Therapists were found in the city of Ajax-pickering Durham Region, ON
Dr. Kimberly Sogge C.Psych., Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Former Chief of Psychology at Royal Ottawa Health Care Group. Sliding scale fees for residents/new professionals. Evenings & weekend hours. Evidence-based care for ED, OCD/anxiety, depression, health & trauma. Certified for children/adolescents and adults. Only psychologist in Eastern ON trained in the Maudsley Family Based Treatment for ED in children & adolescents. CBT-E, ACT, MBCT, MBSR, mindfulness and compassion based treatment & training for health & performance challenges. Clients include physicians, therapists, athletes, executives, diplomats & musicians and their family members. I help you work through symptoms and psychological barriers to health. Rediscover freedom, joy, energy, & flow in your health & performance.
Eating Disorders
(613) 656-3331
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0S2
Amelia Perri, Counselor  in Tottenham
“Working in the field since 1995, clients have described me as "compassionate and easy to talk to". I believe clients are the experts of their life, while I offer expertise in psychotherapy techniques. This combination of expertise helps clients achieve the change they desire. Common benefits you can expect from counselling are, an improved mood and a sense of well being and peace. You will learn skills that can be used beyond therapy. I work with a variety of problems and help clients to feel comfortable through a non-judgemental, caring approach. Alliston local: 705-434-8803 Orangeville: 519-943-4325
Eating Disorders
(647) 213-4325
Tottenham, Ontario L0G 1W0
Amelia Perri, Counselor  in Concord
“Working in the field since 1995, clients have described me as "compassionate and easy to talk to". I believe clients are the experts of their life, while I offer expertise in psychotherapy and counselling techniques. This combination of expertise helps clients achieve the change they desire. Common benefits you can expect from counselling are, an improved mood and a sense of well being and peace. You will learn skills that can be used beyond therapy. I work with a variety of problems and help clients to feel comfortable in discussing their concerns, by offering a non-judgemental and caring approach.
Eating Disorders
(647) 213-4325
Concord, Ontario L4K 3R3
Abby Rozen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“What is holding you back from living authentically? What is standing between you and the life you are meant to be living? What is it that is making you feel stuck, hopeless, disempowered, or lonely? Are you constantly plagued by a sense that you're just. Not. Good. Enough? I am a psychotherapist who specializes in how these questions impact women in their relationships with themselves, others, and food. My clinical practice focuses on eating disorders/disordered eating, interpersonal and relational issues, life transitions, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and career/life goals.
Eating Disorders
(416) 821-4260
Toronto, Ontario M4C 1P1
Diana Lefebvre [Norton], Counselor  in Ottawa
“I listen and seek to understand each client's unique experience. Treatment is tailored to individual's needs, interests, and goals.
Eating Disorders
(613) 853-7802
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 3C4
Danielle Besseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I am passionate about helping people get to the root of their problems. Sometimes the "root" of the issue manifests itself in painful ways such as anxiety, depression, eating issues, or even just difficulty getting through day to day life. I seek to help my clients gain awareness and acceptance of their emotions and needs and empower them to make new choices that cultivate the life they want. I help clients navigate the difficulty that major life transitions present such as, loss, illness, divorce, family changes and career issues. Where it is relevant, I help explore how those emotions relate to past patterns and experiences.
Eating Disorders
(416) 371-5118
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Cynthia Johnston, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a registered clinical counsellor and registered social worker who has trained and specialized in eating disorder treatment for over 20 years. I also see clients who struggle with a diversity of other concerns, including drug and alcohol abuse, sexual assault and abuse, HIV/AIDS related issues, depression and anxiety. I have worked in a variety of capacities in the public and private sectors, including as Clinical Director of Sheena's Place; Clinical Counsellor for Ryerson University, the Fraser South Eating Disorder Program and the Dr. Peter Centre for People with AIDS; and the Director of the Eating Disorder Resource Centre of British Columbia.
Eating Disorders
(416) 922-3311
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1E7
Frances Carullo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodbridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, MSW, RSW
“I can help you to achieve the changes and improvements you desire. I can assist you to recognize your strengths, gain insights, enhance existing skills and learn new skills in order to achieve your goals and lead a fulfilling and content life. I believe that each person has strengths and the capacity to improve their overall well-being. By working collaboratively with you and listening attentively with non-judgement, I can help you to overcome challenges, resolve your issues and achieve your goals.
Eating Disorders
(647) 213-4325
Woodbridge, Ontario L4L 8K5
Adrienne E Benson, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I am a therapist focusing on the treatment of eating disorders, depression and anxiety. My primary office is conveniently located downtown Ottawa. I also see clients out of my home in Nepean (cats and dog on the premises!). I am passionate about helping each of my clients achieve the happiness and health they deserve. I offer a supportive and professional environment for my clients to work toward and achieve their goals.
Eating Disorders
(613) 699-2277
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0R8
Nancy Lipson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Do you feel bad about yourself, and want to feel better? Are you preoccupied with thoughts about your body and food? Have you tried to ignore these thoughts but are unable to? I provide a safe environment for us to explore what is getting in the way of you feeling better yourself, and feel a sense of peace. I have extensive experience working with people with eating disorders and body image issues find peace, as well as treating people with self-esteem issues, anxiety, and depression.
Eating Disorders
(647) 980-8278
Toronto, Ontario M4G 3C2
Eating Dynamiks & Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“I am a (MSW) psychotherapist and a Registered Dietitian. For 17years I have specialized in helping individuals and families move beyond the effects of Eating Disorders and negative eating relationship problems. Our journey together is paced. My experience and unique dietitian & psychotherapy skill-set will be there to provide gently guidance as we focus on either your therapeutic needs, your dietetic /Eating Management needs, or the integration of both. Therapeutically I help individuals and families reduce the negative impact of the wall of silence, the dark cloud of depression, relationship issues, obsessive thoughts, fears, anxieties, etc.
Eating Disorders
(416) 483-9588
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Dorit Osher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, MA
“At times in our lives we get stuck, feel lost and need that focused reflection to shift our attitude and reveal the layers of who we truly are that is often hidden by the limits of our thoughts, beliefs, personal story and habitual behaviours in the world. Moving towards the essence of who we are, enables us to be more genuine and creative: to act more spontaneously; to feel more intensely; and above all to live life in a more meaningful and purposeful way. As a psychotherapist I assist in this journey.
Eating Disorders
(519) 435-1237
London, Ontario N6B 1X9
Kersti A Abawi, Counselor  in Oakville
Counselor, MA, RYT
“Clarity is my hope for each person I see, whether we use Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Narrative approaches, EMDR, or creative arts expression. Regardless if your struggle is with depression, anxiety, an eating disorder, or trauma, clarity means a better awareness and sense of who you are. Knowing yourself allows you to make better choices, choices best for you. It can be challenging to detangle and work through all the many and conflicting messages we receive, and give ourselves, but it is crucial. This is the work I will support and guide you in.
Eating Disorders
(905) 844-4673
Oakville, Ontario L6M 3E5
Leanne Sawchuk, Counselor  in Kitchener
“Life can be overwhelming at times and it often takes courage and bravery to open the door to something new and to something different. Perhaps you are feeling overwhelmed or disconnected or maybe you need to better understand and work through what is happening in your life right now. I specialize in supporting individuals with eating disorders, body image issues, anxiety and self-esteem, addictions, relationship issues, and trauma. Together we will explore what is happening for you interpersonally and relationally, while making sense of the feelings, thoughts, and behaviours that are holding you back or causing you emotional pain.
Eating Disorders
(519) 772-6896
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 2E7
Michelle Leybman, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Therapy is an opportunity to find ways to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. It can help you to: overcome difficult symptoms or stresses; cope effectively with problems; or bring more positives into your life when things are going well. I will approach therapy as a balance of helping you learn to understand and accept yourself and your life situations, and supporting you in learning to change ways of thinking and behaving that are not working for you. Together, we will continuously assess your progress to ensure that your therapy is moving in the direction you want it to.
Eating Disorders
(647) 972-9075
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Sue Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Guelph
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Hello my name is Sue Graham and I am a Registered Social Worker with over 25 years experience. I have been working with individuals to help them increase their self-awareness and make positive changes in their lives within an empowering and respectful therapeutic relationship. I specialize in treating clients with Eating Disorders, alcohol and drug addiction, mental health issues as well as vicitms of abuse. I offer both evening and daytime appointments and look forward to speaking with you through a free telephone conversation.
Eating Disorders
(519) 830-7767
Guelph, Ontario N1H 4E9
Amy Smith, Counselor  in Burlington
“Have you exhausted yourself trying to find a way out of your anxiety, depression, or eating disorder, only to find that you continue to struggle? Are you looking to make genuine and lasting change but haven't found a "how" that works for you? Getting better is not meant to be so complicated. I guide you through a healing process that does not rely on using willpower, difficult techniques or superficial quick fixes. Having gone through this process myself, I am compassionate to your struggle.
Eating Disorders
(905) 582-4385
Burlington, Ontario L7R 0C2
Laura Pasqualino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mississauga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, HBSW
“The first step is reaching out. I understand that it is hard to open up and share your personal story with someone. I believe through the process of psychotherapy people are capable of change and that with support, and a willingness to share, they can lead the lives they desire.
Eating Disorders
(416) 543-3973
Karen Mcgratten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Guelph
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, M, Div
“I often tell my clients that what they hear from me will be counter cultural. It is counter cultural in the sense that I talk about self-acceptance and worth regardless of size. I believe hope exists even when you can't see it, that mental health issues are not a sign of weakness and that I practice in a way that believes in change.
Eating Disorders
(519) 341-6079
Guelph, Ontario N1H 2W7
New Beginnings Counselling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Concord
“In challenging times, having somebody to talk to can be meaningful. The benefits of therapy include a greater level of self-awareness and understanding of yourself and others. Therapy can help improve your self-knowledge, well being, health, and clarity of mind. It offers the opportunity to improve your life in various ways. I am a Registered Social Worker, working in the field since 2004. I aim to provide therapy that is client-centered, goal oriented, supportive, and non-judgmental. I recognize the importance of preserving an equal relationship with my clients, where goals and decisions are created mutually.
Eating Disorders
(647) 273-7278
Concord, Ontario L4K 1W6
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