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Therapists in North York

Katalin Tomori, Counselor  in North York
“External Consultant at Chanderban Counselling Services. I am Psychotherapist and Registered Professional Counsellor Candidate with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (CPCA). I received my diploma in 2011. Also I am a Yoga Teacher since 2010. Psychotherapy and Yoga is the beautiful blend of Classical Psychotherapy with the healing wisdom of Yoga. The integration of traditional psycho therapeutic techniques, asana practice, yoga philosophy is encourages active physical and emotional participation in healing and personal growth.
(416) 316-2956
North York, Ontario M2K 1J4
Anna Marson, Counselor  in North York
“My areas of specialization include addiction, acquired brain injury, depression, anxiety, and other attention or emotion regulation difficulties, as well as mindfulness-based practice. I work from a client-centred, individualized approach; thus, it's important for me to integrate each client's goals and preferences in the therapeutic process. My work is also informed by Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Relational/Interpersonal counselling (therapy through relationship), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and neurophysiological research. I also practice from a trauma-informed, harm reduction-based approach.
North York, Ontario M2K 1E2
Lori Martin,   in North York
BAcc, CMA
“I believe clients gain more self-awareness through psychotherapy, and with greater awareness, comes greater choice. I provide a safe environment for my clients to explore their areas of discomfort. I offer empathy, compassion and openness.
(416) 458-6214
North York, Ontario M3H 2M5
Kristen Hodges, Marriage & Family Therapist  in North York
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, RMFT
“My approach to therapy is firmly grounded in the belief that each and every person desires and deserves to be truly heard and I have seen the amazing progress that can be made when this takes place. If you are struggling and need professional help with issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, sexuality, self-esteem, stress and others, deciding to make that first call can be an intimidating and often overwhelming prospect. When you're ready, I will do my best to create a safe place for you to begin your journey toward growth and healing.
(647) 931-1571
North York, Ontario M2N 5W9
Sarah Chana Radcliffe, Psychologist  in North York
“You want deep and lasting positive change and you want it in a timely fashion. I can help. Using a variety of cutting edge therapies, I'll help you improve your relationships, reduce stressful emotions and achieve more in your life. Moreover, I'll give you the tools that you can use to help yourself after therapy ends. Want to gain your child's cooperation, reduce your fear or anger, feel happier on a daily basis? I've been helping people with all of life's issues for the past 30 years. I'd love to help you too!
(647) 977-5903
North York, Ontario M6A 2A1
Maryam Ebrahimpour, Counselor  in North York
“I work closely with you to help you make sense of life's challenges and difficulties. I specialize in depression, anxiety, grief, trauma related to both work (such as military/veterans, police, EMS and first responders) but also personal trauma. We have all dealt with what seemed to be unbearable pain and difficulties. You are the expert in your life and my job is to coach you to lead a life that you desire by helping you find the hidden or forgotten strengths and skills, while creating new skills, tools, and perspectives.
(647) 680-6020
North York, Ontario M2N 6M9
Ari Petroff,   in North York
ACG, ACCG
“There are many ways to deal with an ADHD diagnosis. All are great and serve their purpose, however many research studies have found that the optimum way to achieve results faster is by hiring a trained ADD/ADHD Coach. I know this personally from both sides having ADHD myself and working with my own coach in addition to coaching various clients since 2005, and receiving my official certification in 2007 from The ADD Coaching Academy. To find out more if Coaching is the right thing for you contact us or visit the company website: www.thecoachingaddvantage.org
(416) 560-6409
North York, Ontario M6A 2Y9
Amy Prenick,   in North York
“I believe that life presents us with challenges and it is from these challenges that we grow. I welcome all those who wish to face challenges in a safe and loving place and acquire powerful life skills that will enable a more fulfilling and joyful life.
(416) 817-1456
North York, Ontario M5M 1J8
Dianne Piaskoski, Counselor  in North York
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, BComm, BSc, MMath, MA
“I specialize in Internet addiction, food/sugar addiction, hoarding, other process/behavioural addictions, and alcohol/drug abuse. Internet addiction is characterized by spending an inordinate amount of time on activities such as computer gaming, social media, or cell phone use to the point that it affects one's education, employment, or relationships. In the same way that people react differently to alcohol and drugs, they also react differently to food. Food/sugar addiction can vary from someone being an excessive eater, to an emotional eater, to food addiction.
(416) 522-9421
North York, Ontario M2P 2A9
Nancy Tavares-Jones,   in North York
“As a psychotherapist, I am honoured, privileged and thankful for being a part of my client's lives. To be invited into the lives of my clients, in which they share their most intimate details, painful recounts and struggled attempts at solving their issues, is truly an amazing role I get to participate in.
(416) 903-2487
North York, Ontario M2M 4K2
Sharon Rona Feldman, Counselor  in North York
“Life can be hard. For many of us, coping with emotional trauma can overshadow and may deny us the simple pleasures of daily life. If you desire help dealing with stress, depression, anxiety, hopelessness, life events or changes, relationships, anger, self-defeating or addictive behaviour, psychotherapy can help you cope, heal and connect with your essential self. Through my ability to sense what another is experiencing, I am able to establish a heartfelt and empathetic connection. The environment I provide is calm and compassionate - a safe place for you to express, explore, and understand yourself.
(647) 977-5982
North York, Ontario M2M 2Y8
Sari Shaicovitch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in North York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, MEd, RSW
“We sometimes go through stages in life where everything we do seems unmanageable. Getting through the day feels like a chore. At some point, we all experience periods of anxiety and depression. The key is not to let it overwhelm us to the point where we cannot function. I can help you bring back purpose to your life. By helping you identify your thoughts/ behaviours which are holding you back, together I can help you discover ways to cope and strategies to make it through your most challenging of times. CALL ME FOR A FREE 15 MINUTE CONSULTATION! These 15 minutes could change your life.
(416) 771-8312
North York, Ontario M5M 1C7
Suzie Kisimba  in North York
“My approach and style of therapy is non judgemental and involves the provision of a safe, nurturing, warm and professional environment. I work to help people explore and gain insight into their life challenges, behaviours and problems.I bring my personal and professional knowledge and experiences to all I do in an open and caring manner. I have been practing for 8 years and worked in a variety of mental health settings. Call me, together we are going to gently approach the most difficult or painful subjects that you are going through and work out strategies and techniques to overcome them.
(647) 829-5206
North York, Ontario M3A 1C3
Patricia L Steckley, Psychologist  in North York
“I am a registered Clinical and Counselling Psychologist offering assessment and psychotherapy to adult indivduals and couples. I offer treatment for anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, childhood and adult traumatic events, anger, loss, grief, low self-esteem/confidence, shyness and life transitions. Couples' therapy addresses concerns like difficulty communicating, lack of emotional connection or intimacy, conflict, anger, infidelity, and difficult life changes. I am trained in and practice Emotion-Focused Therapy with individuals and couples, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Relational Therapy, Relaxation and Meditative practices. I have 15 years of therapy experience, having worked in hospital, university and private practice settings.
(647) 931-1542
North York, Ontario M2N 1M2
Katrin Mizrahi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in North York
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist in Ontario. With over 13 years of clinical experience, I enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. My areas of focus include Interpersonal Relationships, Anxiety, Depression, Anger Management, Parenting, ADHD, Trauma, Loss and Grief.
(647) 770-9216
North York, Ontario M5M 4A5
Shirley Katz, Counselor  in North York
“While I work with diverse clients, I find they share a commonality. Clients who have felt misunderstood often find me very easy to connect with. I am direct and genuine, caring and personal. I work well with clients who need an honest approach that is goal directed. My background and career path is varied and includes participation in the Arts and Health/Fitness. I take a holistic approach because the body and mind are connected. I am open and empowerment focused, making sure clients are happy with the progress and process of therapy.
(647) 244-3050
North York, Ontario M2N 1M8
Tally Bodenstein-Kales, Psychologist  in North York
“Is your child sad, worried, anxious, angry, defiant, inattentive, distractible, withdrawn, tired, has nightmares, wets the bed, resists or has no interest in school? These are just some of the symptoms that children and adolescents can demonstrate when they are having problems coping with the demands of their life. As parents, we worry about our kids and want to help them feel and act better.
(416) 435-4496
North York, Ontario M5M 2G4
Michael Paré,   in North York
“I am a physician practicing psychotherapy. My approach is interpersonal yet I also make use of techniques and theory from a number of different types of psychotherapy. I provide both Individual and Group Psychotherapy. I have successfully taken the Canadian Group Psychotherapy Training Program and am now a Certified Group Psychotherapist.
(416) 229-2399 x120
North York, Ontario M2J 1S5
Thomas S. Li, Psychologist  in North York
“In my clinical work, I conduct focused, short-term psychotherapy based on experiential, cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic and family systems approaches that are customized for each individual client's needs. Client-therapist collaboration is emphasized and a supportive therapeutic environment is provided. I favour the use of procedures which help clients to understand, control and integrate their own thoughts, feelings and behaviours. In my forensic work, I adopt an integrated approach in which both clinical and actuarial methods are used for achieving accurate and thorough evaluation. Every attempt is made to integrate scientific findings with professional judgement in addressing psycho-legal issues.
(416) 840-3322
North York, Ontario M2M 3V3
Katherine Cha, Counselor  in North York
“When considering counselling sessions, it can sometimes seem like a major step to take. "Do or do not. There is no 'try'". First therapy session, you cannot get enough in one sitting, it needs continual and regular top ups to work your Brain. After finish your session, you have a moment to say " I'm glad I did"
(647) 977-5985
North York, Ontario M3A 1C3

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