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Therapists in London

“I view therapy as a collaborative process. My goal is to be emphatic, nonjudgmental, and provide a sanctuary as you explore the choices and relationships that are most important to you. Transformation, growth and healing are realistic, attainable goals for your life.
(519) 432-8464
London, Ontario N6H 2L5
Carolyn Carrier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BEd, MEd, CCC
“Engaging in counselling is often a difficult decision. I believe that our mind and body are designed to heal naturally. My hope is to encourage and assist each individual to move towards a life that they desire. The counselling process is different for each client. My style is adapted to respond to the the immediate needs presented. For some, the process focuses on skills development. For others, the process might be to engage in deeper healing by processing traumatic or overwhelming experiences. I have helped individuals address anger, pain, abuse, PTSD, depression, self-esteem, relationships concerns, anxiety, and grief.
(519) 494-9551
London, Ontario N6B 2M4
Cynthia Galloway, Marriage & Family Therapist  in London
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, RD, RMFT
“I help individuals struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and histories of trauma, many of whom use destructive ways of coping with their emotions such as eating disorders, emotional eating, substance abuse, and sexual addiction/compulsivity. I also help couples experiencing sexual or relationship issues, such as lack of connection, conflict, the aftermath of an affair, low sexual desire,and orgasm or erectile difficulties. I work with trans* people at all points of the gender continuum, helping with exploration of gender identity and expression, coming out issues, dealing with transphobia, and referrals for medical care.
(519) 777-1906
London, Ontario N6A 1M1
Jennifer Kausky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Welcome! My Psychotherapy practice is dedicated to compassionate, affordable counselling for Women and Couples. This is a safe space where you will be never be judged. A place where you can find inner peace, joy, hope, laughter and begin to recover. I utilize many different techniques, but most importantly I am concerned about developing a solid therapeutic relationship and a true partnership, and what works best for you uniquely. I will meet you where you are at in your life, and together we will work towards your goals.
(519) 719-5264
London, Ontario N6K 3N5
Cj Callaghan, Counselor  in London
“I believe that the goal of therapy is to help you get rid of the emotional clutter and debris that you don't want in your life any more; to free you from the entanglements that prevent you from achieving greater success, happiness, and fulfilment. If you have problems with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem, trauma, abuse, anger, or just need to find a way to stop feeling 'stuck', I can help. We will address the emotional problems, troublesome habits, and relationship roadblocks that that prevent you from getting where you want to go.
(519) 282-7227
London, Ontario N6B 1X5
Patricia Van Reenen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“During the past 25 years I have supported individuals, couples and families struggling with feelings related to anxiety, depression, life transitions, difficulties in relationships, family crises, low self-esteem, parenting, sexuality and abuse. At times life's stresses are overwhelming and exhausting, causing us to feel trapped in our own worlds. We may feel confused, angry, sad, frustrated, isolated or helpless. Through the therapeutic relationship, a mutually reflective process, you are empowered to experience yourself differently in relation to your conflicts. You will feel more powerful, and able to address your difficulties with integrity, confidence and peace.
(519) 451-6837
London, Ontario N6A 2X1
Paula Deveto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“As a family therapist, custody and access evaluator, mediator, parenting coordinator, and collaboratively trained professional, I specialize in offering a full range of therapeutic and alternative forms of conflict resolution to families in dispute. Regardless as to where you are in the lifecycle of your family or separation process, parents are assisted to identify their concerns, learn to address their needs, and to separate those needs from the needs of their children. Parents are encouraged to hear their children's voices and to embrace their roles responsibly as the adult decision makers charged with storying their children's legacy.
(519) 900-1610
London, Ontario N6H 4S5
Dorit Osher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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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.
(519) 435-1237
London, Ontario N6B 1X9
Chris Chmielewski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, RSW
“I bring dedicated, caring commitment and established flexible expertise in several important areas, from a background of 40years wide experience and learning, to my practice: extensively with children, youth, families, adult emotional-health concerns and couple/marital issues. I specialize in self-esteem/-care, 'attachment', addictions, depression, anxiety, stress at work/school, all relationship challenges. My practice is culturally sensitive. I have made presentations, taught student therapists, supervise professionals. Have continually studied, consulted, to maintain high skill-quality standards, recently emphasizing applying research-based Neuroscience. Over past 25years I've additionally specialized providing psychotherapy to persons having experienced various trauma/abuse, especially sexual and emotional.
(519) 235-4845
London, Ontario N6A 2R5
Lois Grant, Counselor  in London
“I am available to welcome clients who want to make changes in their lives. I am here to support you to live more fully. It is my experience that therapy offers opportunity for insight and hope. Understanding ourselves and our patterns, provides us with opportunity for change that improves self acceptance and relationships with others. I am an experienced, compassionate humanistic counsellor/therapist. My work with people is a mind-body approach that supports acceptance of feelings and movement towards personal goals for change and growth. I also facilitate time-limited groups .
(226) 777-0400
London, Ontario N6P 1P9
Dan Logie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, MSW, RSW
“Experiencing personal or relationship problems? Counselling can help meet challenges and manage problems more effectively. As a counselling professional, I am committed to support you in finding the best way forward, which is to say, your way forward.
(226) 663-5835
London, Ontario N6C 2S8
Terri-Lynn Oliver, Counselor  in London
“When life is difficult, we often don't know where to turn. Through discovery and compassion, comes hope and growth and that is the goal counselling aims to provide. I have been practicing counselling for 12 years and I provide individual counselling to those over the age of 16 who are looking for hope, support and growth. I am available to see clients in both London and Ingersoll and my role is to support clients in finding ways to improve the quality of their life and finally feel like they can move forward.
(519) 200-5987
London, Ontario N6H 3R8
Jacqueline Elizabeth Dorssers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
“I have been a qualified social worker since 2002. My main focus is with persons with disabilities. I have an understanding of the service delivery system in Ontario that supports persons with disabilities (ie: ODSP, ACSD, Passport Funding, DSO system, PSW supports, and ADP and Trillium drug plans. In addition I have experience with drug and alcohol addictions and recovery systems and supports for individuals. Ive worked with person living with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS and those experiencing emotional and physical abuse.
(226) 926-2355
London, Ontario N6B 3R6
Elizabeth A Lacey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“Congratulations! You've taken a great step toward feeling better by searching for COUNSELLING in your area. I understand how it feels to be worried about your emotional health, your happiness and/or your relationship(s). Send me an email or give me a call and I will answer all of your questions about counselling and help you feel better about yourself and your situation right away.
(519) 471-4540
London, Ontario N6H 3S2
Dr. Patricia Doris & Associates, Psychologist  in London
“I believe that psychotherapy not only treats illness, but can help individuals and couples achieve the highest level of emotional, psychological, and relationship functioning possible. By tailoring treatment to the needs of each person or couple, my associates and I can offer an approach that will work best for each individual client. We maintain the highest standards of confidentiality and clients often report how comfortable and safe they feel in our practice.
(519) 636-6660
London, Ontario N6H 1S5
Giselle Dias, Counselor  in London
“For the past 20 years I have provided counseling, support, advocacy and long term psychotherapy to people who have experienced the following issues: Mental health issues (depression, anxiety, panic), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Drug or alcohol use (if identified as problematic), Co-dependency, Grief and Loss, Self-Esteem, Stress, Career Counseling, Gender Identity, Gender non-conforming (transgender/transsexual), Sexuality and sexual identity, Domestic Assault (both partners), Chronic Illness (including HIV/AIDS), and Childhood Abuse (emotional, sexual, physical and mental).
(519) 282-9291
London, Ontario N6A 1M1
Stewart Leatherdale, Marriage & Family Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BTh, BSW, MSW, RSW
“Relationships, Conflict, Anger, Communication, Addictions, are all issues I help people with on a daily basis. I am a Psychotherapist based in London, Ontario; as a registered Social Worker I have a wide breadth of experience in helping people with their life situations whether it be with a partner, child, or colleague. I do this work because people have value - you have value! Everyone has a story and everyone feels pain, my office serves individuals, couples, and families.
(519) 878-1845
London, Ontario N5W 3P7
Morrigan Reilly-Ansons, Counselor  in London
“"Empowering others to believe in themselves and have their voice heard has been a core aspect of my life for the past several years. I have both worked and volunteered in a variety of settings with people from all walks of life. My work and my passion has always involved people and making a difference in the lives of others. In the process of working with clients, I come from a place of respect, compassion, non-judgment and authenticity. I value interventions that foster self-empowerment and are individualized, experiential as well as strength-based."
(519) 280-0959
London, Ontario N6E 3X2
Andrea McIntyre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“In counselling my clients receive the support of my professional training and experience. Counselling helps people to gain understanding and to develop strength to cope, to make difficult decisions, and to overcome challenges.
(519) 434-5379
London, Ontario N5W 4K6
Anne Newby, Psychologist  in London
“People often come for therapy as they are hurting or distressed and they have found that they are confused about how to move forward. They can be worried about someone else, are having difficulty with relationships with their spouse, children, or coworkers. Some people prefer to attend therapy on their own, while others wish to include the family member they are concerned about. I see people with depression, anxiety, attention difficulties, obsessive compulsive disorder, substance abuse, adjustment issues (separation and divorce).
(519) 679-3517
London, Ontario N6B 1Z5

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