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Therapists in Saint-léonard

Area auto-widened to the state of Quebec - only one Therapist was found in the city of Saint-léonard, QC
Mary Battershill, Psychologist  in Montréal
“A graduate of the McGill Counselling Psychology program, I have been in Private Practice for over 10 years, doing therapy with adult individuals. My background in the health care professions is in nursing. My experience in psychotherapy includes trauma work, and to that end I have training in treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder, and personal study of Emotional Freedom Technique. I am a member of the Montreal Study Group on Trauma and Dissociation. I also have 6 years experience working in a supportive role with people dealing with mental illness.
(514) 694-8344
Cheryl Rose Blum, Psychologist  in Mont-royal
“I specialize in working with individuals suffering from anxiety and/or depression. I am dedicated to providing clients with a warm, safe environment to share their emotions. Through therapy, clients will learn practical tools for coping with their thoughts and feelings more effectively. Therapy is short-term and goal-directed.
(514) 819-6649
Teresa Viola, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I am a licensed psychologist with the OPQ. I obtained my doctorate degree in School/Applied Child Psychology from McGill University. I have over ten years of experience working with preschool and school-age children, adolescents, and their families in hospital, school, and private practice settings. I worked at Summit School, a school for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. I also worked at the Montreal Children's Hospital, Pediatric Feeding Program.
(514) 816-8640
Tamara Glen Soles, Psychologist  in Westmount
“As a child and adolescent psychologist, I am dedicated to helping children and their families feel supported and function at their best. Whether you are facing significant challenges with your child or just need some help getting through developmental stages, my goal is to provide strength based, effective interventions grounded in the latest research. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), family therapy, or parent-child models may be used to treat specific problems such as anxiety, depression, attention difficulties/ADHD, oppositional behaviours, anger management, school refusal, and more. Additionally, I conduct comprehensive psycho-educational assessments of learning and/or behavioural difficulties.
(514) 699-3890
Hanna Raczkowska,   in Saint-laurent
“I am a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). I help children increase their communication skills and decrease problem behavior by using the science of Applied Behavior Analysis, known as the best intervention for individuals with ASDs. My focus is in the area of Verbal Behavior, using a combination of Natural Environment Teaching and Intensive Teaching Trials. Parents are included in the program planning process and learn to implement procedures to enhance learning in all environments.
(438) 888-0722
Linda J Kalman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pierrefonds
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, PSW
“I am an experienced, clinical social worker/therapist with a diverse private practice in the West Island area of Montreal. I will set up Skype and/or telephone sessions for those who are unable to meet face-to-face due to distance or other factors. I see individuals, couples, families, and groups and work with clients of all ages. I am pleased to be able to offer therapy through play with children. Rather than having one set therapeutic modality, I prefer to join with the clients where they see themselves. We can then work together in dynamic therapeutic ways meant to meet individual and specific needs.
(514) 600-0224
“After more than 26 years in practice, I am still genuinely passionate about my work and my clients. Whether for therapy or assessment, my approach is based on teamwork: I may have the training and experience, but YOU are the expert in you. In order to make things better, we must put our heads together and find what works. It is a wonderful, rewarding journey! Please feel free to call or email if you have any questions or concerns; all inquiries are welcome, with no obligation.
Coach Maddy Madeleine P. Cote,   in Montréal
“Hi, I'm Coach Maddy, the Montreal ADHD Coach who has ADHD. I have been working with teens, students, adults, couples, groups, parents and their families for over a decade. I know what it's like growing up with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as well as being an ADHD Adult. I have very specific ADHD Coach training from the ADD Coach Academy in New York. My approach is action oriented and based on ensuring that you acquire the needed skills as well as uncovering who you want to become for you to live in your strengths and passion.
(514) 816-3142
Rebecca S Murray, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“As director of the Montreal Therapy Centre, my main role is coordinating our team of therapists who come from diverse backgrounds and offer a wide range of specialties. In my own practice, I work primarily with couples, and individuals wishing to address relationship issues.
(514) 400-9372
Isabel Melo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MFT
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I specialize in couple therapy, parent-child relational issues, and adult AD/HD. With couples, I do Emotionally Focused Therapy, which aims at strengthening the emotional bond between partners. It has the highest success rate of any couple therapy approach. I am committed to helping parents gain insight into their children's behaviour and get back in touch with their natural parenting intuition. I offer parenting courses addressing aggression, discipline and the importance of strong parent-child connections. With adults with AD/HD, I take a strength-based approach, while exploring the deeper roots of this poorly understood disorder.
(514) 400-9346
Karen Aronoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“I am a bilingual psychotherapist with over 20 years experience, practicing near downtown Montreal. I offer hope and help to people who struggle with addictions, adults who suffered childhood abuse, as well as those suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, loss, relationship issues and work related problems.
(514) 400-2502
Montreal Neuropsychology Center, Psychologist  in Westmount
“We help children, adolescents, and adults of all ages with various psychological, neuropsychological, behavioural, and psycho-educational problems. We collaborates with a diverse network of health care professional, including neurologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, educational specialists, career advisors, life coaches, and nutritionists to help you achieve your optimal cognitive health and well-being.
(514) 932-6803
Cynthia S Larabie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW(pc), BSW, BA
“Personal growth is an ongoing process that at times requires focused attention and assistance. Effective treatment, in my opinion, is built on a trusting relationship which is best facilitated through an approach that is interactive and collaborative. I am a bilingual, licensed, therapist who has been in the helping field for 28years. My interactive style tends to be warm, engaging and respectful; while also being clear and direct. I am also known to introduce creative and humorous approaches to the interactive process and the presenting challenges. All of which occurs within a "strengths based" optical and in a relaxed setting.
(514) 521-4972
Nicole Marek, Psychologist  in Montréal
“If you have been stressed out, anxious, down, afraid, or experiencing relationship conflict for some time, you may be feeling quite lost. Choosing a therapist can be an overwhelming process, and it is important that you find a good fit. I adapt my therapy techniques to best match your personality and preferences. My focus is to help you uncover the blocks and stuck patterns that prevent you from feeling grounded and living a satisfying life. My approach is collaborative and non-judgmental, and I believe in teaching coping skills and strategies that can help you long after ending therapy.
(514) 400-2508
Susie Legault, Psychologist  in Québec
“If you are looking for support to help you manage crisis, loss, transition, important life choices, difficult emotions, thoughts and memories, or you wish to achieve a better version of yourself, a more meaningful life and career, or develop quality relationships, healthier intimacy with yourself and with other loved ones, I welcome you to call me to discuss your support needs.
(418) 667-5394
Québec, Quebec G1E 4H7
Amanda Luterman, Counselor  in Westmount
“You'd like to be happier, and you are not sure how. I am an Ivy League trained Canadian certified counsellor who will carefully use every session to maximize therapy effectiveness while respecting your financial investment in this process. Trained at Columbia University, I use Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and the Here-and-Now, to help my clients tackle concerns. My work is non-judgmental and confidential. If ever I can not help, I will direct you to someone who can. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
(514) 400-2507
Dr. Andrea Guschlbauer, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I believe that the therapeutic relationship serves as the base for any form of therapy. I provide an environment where clients can examine themselves at the deepest of levels and begin to change positively. My theoretical orientation is a combination of several theories of counseling. In addition to Client-Centered Therapy, I frequently practice from a Cognitive Behavior Therapy framework. However, I begin therapy with each client by assessing their treatment needs and adapting my counselling style.
(514) 733-4959 x229
Lindsay Chipman, Counselor  in Westmount
“I am a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression. I provide a personalized approach to an emotion focused therapy that helps patients better understand the mechanisms preventing them from realizing their potential, achieving greater intimacy in their relationships, and developing a better relationship with themselves. I offer clients in my practice an opportunity to clearly understand what issues they face, work together to confront these struggles, and to realize each individual's capacity to make meaningful change.
(514) 237-6643
Lisa Bédard, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Is your child struggling academically, having difficulties focusing in school, not working to potential, becoming discouraged and unmotivated with regard to academics, etc? As a child psychologist with over 20 years of experience, I specialize in offering high quality, comprehensive psychoeducational/psychological assessments to uncover the causes of a child's or adolescent's difficulties. Through a very thorough assessment process, I am able to identify learning styles, as well as attentional problems, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and social or emotional adjustment issues which can interfere with your child's academic achievement.
(514) 386-4873
Susan Hayut, Psychologist  in Montréal
“My private psychology practice focuses on children and adults who are impacted by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (either directly or through a family member) and/or other learning disabilities or behavioral challenges. I provide psychoeducational evaluations and assess for early readiness into Kindergarten (derogation). I also treat individuals suffering from depression, stress, anxiety, or relationship problems and children who are learning to cope with their parents' divorce. I am licensed by l'ordre des psychologues du Quebec and a member of the Canadian ADHD/ADD Resource Alliance (CADDRA).
(514) 733-4959 x225
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Saint-léonard have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Saint-léonard you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Saint-léonard and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Saint-léonard or family therapy in Saint-léonard.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Quebec, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.