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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
Angela Aronson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montreal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“I am a psychotherapist specializing in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. This is a highly specialized, powerful form of therapy with the aim of getting to the core of a person's problem and treating it as rapidly as possible. It is applicable to a wide range of mental health disturbances from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, relationship problems etc. to self-defeating behaviour and medically unexplained symptoms. Results are often dramatic and long-lasting as this form of therapy has the capability of producing life-altering changes.
(514) 939-0053
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1T3
Chantal Ste-Marie, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“As Co-founder of West Island Psychological Services (WIPS), my goal is to guide children and their families to reach their highest potential at home, school, and in their community. Whether your child is struggling academically, has difficulty paying attention in class, or displays emotional and/or behavioral difficulties, I can help. Or perhaps you are in need of guidance on how you can better help your child with their challenges. I have vast experience working with children and families in a variety of clinical settings, including non-profit organizations, public and private schools, hospitals, and private practices.
(514) 500-3931
Leah B Lewis, Counselor  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, Phd, MEd, Psychot, CCC
“If there's one experience in life that is guaranteed, it's change. Change comes in many forms; accomplishment, loss, crisis. Sometimes we lead the change in our lives, sometimes we're forced to follow it - kicking and screaming. I believe that how one negotiates change and transition is connected to our mental health. I believe that we all can engage with where we can make a difference, while riding and negotiating when reality is out of our hands. For me, therapy is a rehearsal ground for this dance of negotiating and locating agency in our lives.
(514) 293-6695
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
Katrina Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaconsfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CCC
“My practice of 20+ years is based upon respect and compassion. It is client centered and solution focused. Using evidence based approaches like cognitive behavior therapy and mindfulness I have been privileged to witness tremendous courage and determination from those who sought change when faced with adversity. Whether you seek to feel better, negotiate a life transition or are simply curious about how to realize a new potential within yourself, I can assist you in the process. Over the years I have developed courses and taught at McGill University, worked in mental health settings and in my private practice.
(514) 917-6247
Carly Fleming, Counselor  in Montréal
“PLEASE NOTE: Currently I am only offering online and telephone counselling. If you'd like to learn more about how secure face-to-face online counselling may be effective for you, please send me an email and we can talk further. As your therapist, I will work with you to produce meaningful change in your life. My areas of specialization include grief and loss, fertility issues, prenatal and postpartum adjustment, parenting, coping with illness, and life-transitions.
(905) 979-4779
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
Daniela Beer-Becker, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Are you disappointed with the turn your life has taken? Do you find yourself overwhelmed by feelings of worry, sadness, loneliness, or anger? Do you find it hard to enjoy what you have today, but feel stuck in the past, or keep worrying about the future? Do you struggle to communicate your feelings effectively to others? When we don't learn to successfully deal with our thoughts and emotions, when past wounds are left unattended, they intensify, and get expressed in unproductive, angry, or hurtful ways towards yourself and the people you love.
(514) 319-1744
Sepi Zargarpour, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I believe that times of hardship and difficulty can often provide opportunities for personal growth by leading one to take stock of one’s priorities, values, perceptions, relationships and environments; to replace dysfunctional coping strategies with more effective ones; to reevaluate and explore one’s goals; to discover what gives one’s life greater meaning and satisfaction, and to uncover one’s strengths and capacities. As a clinical psychologist (Ph.D) with extensive experience and training, I am dedicated to helping my clients realize their goals and explore opportunities for personal growth.
(514) 962-7727
Emily Blake, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Do you feel overwhelmed by painful thoughts and feelings? That if only you weren't so_______(sad, anxious, depressed, shy, angry) that your life would be better? Many people try to get rid of painful thoughts, feelings, and physical symptoms. In fact, they work really hard to feel better, and yet.... they don't feel better. It is not for lack of trying that people decide to seek professional help. Our minds are designed to ruminate about problems until these problems are "fixed". That's why your mind is working so hard right now.
(514) 319-1744
Dr. Shelley McColl, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Are you or your child struggling with problems in attention, organization, or learning at school or work? Are your anxiety or health-problems getting in the way of living your life? I can help.
(514) 530-3931
Meagan Irving, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW
“I am open to working with any type of clientele. Through the evaluation process during the first few sessions, we will decide together whether I am the appropriate therapist to work with you. My primary objective is to help you find someone you are comfortable working with.
(514) 830-4464
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
Monica Justin, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I am a licensed psychologist working with adult clients in individual therapy. I have worked with a wide range of clients in my practice and use a collaborative and strength based approach that includes CBT, humanistic, and solution focused modalities. I help clients deal with issues such as stress management, depression, anxiety, burn out and trauma. I also specialize in the area of multicultural counseling, teaching, and training. I actively contribute to the discipline and study of psychology through graduate level teaching and scholarly publications that have focused on issues of acculturation, cultural identity and cross-cultural transitions.
(514) 400-9342
Kateri Germain, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFT, TS, TCF
“(English below) Mon travail est de vous aider à mieux comprendre les difficultés qui vous poussent à consulter. L'épreuve ou l'impasse peuvent ainsi devenir une occasion d'acquérir un précieux savoir sur vous-même, vos relations familiales; et une occasion de découvrir des façons moins souffrantes de fonctionner. Ce travail se fait au travers de l'exploration de votre vécu et de votre ressenti actuels, et des liens qui peuvent exister entre la souffrance présente et les traces laissées par des expériences antérieures, que vous croyiez consciemment être derrière vous.
(514) 947-8864
PsyMontreal - Dr. Leanna Zozula, Psychologist  in Dollard-des-ormeaux
“I can help you navigate through difficult life decisions, problem-solve to improve adjustment, relate better interpersonally, and teach you therapeutic tools to achieve symptom reduction and overall greater satisfaction in life. I often work with physicians and other healthcare professionals where appropriate. My primary approach is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), but I often utilize alternate approaches, depending on your needs. Over the past decade, I have helped many people like yourself feel better, look at life more positively and make informed decisions that they are proud of. I work successfully with individuals as well as couples.
Heidi K Wiedemann, Psychologist  in Montréal
“If you feel ready for a change I can help you. Whether suffering with depression, anxiety, stuck in a rut, or experiencing couple or family distress, together we will find solutions and begin the healing process. Working together we will build on your strengths and find ways for you to deal with your issues: whether loss, self-esteem, or overcoming a difficult childhood. You will develop strength and understanding and learn to relate more positively first of all to yourself, and by extension, to the rest of your world. Call today 514 713 4357. Change is possible.
(514) 713-4357
Sophie Cote, Psychologist  in Québec
“I use a unique blend of empirically validated approaches, like the third wave cognitive therapy (changing our relationship with our thoughts and emotions and making our choices in line with our values), and existential therapy (understanding and resolving the existential crises we inevitably face and using experiences to (re)shape ourselves). I profoundly believe that learing to recognize our thoughts and emotions patterns help us detach from them so we can choose our attitude and behavior in alignment with our intuition and our true values (reactive mode vs pure action).
(418) 203-3939
Québec, Quebec G1C 5R9
Julia Di Nardo, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Are you ready to heal your hunger? I work with people who struggle with binge eating, emotional eating, yo-yo dieting, body image issues, and weight management. Together, we'll explore the roots of your relationship with food in a safe and nurturing environment. In addition, I will teach you the tools to overcome your patterns to build self-esteem, emotional resilience, and find peace with food. You will also learn to cope with the challenges of life without needing to rely on food. You can break free from the destructive cycle of dieting and emotional eating!
(514) 963-4814
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
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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.

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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.
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