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Therapists in Saint-léonard

Area auto-widened to the state of Quebec - only 2 Therapists were found in the city of Saint-léonard, QC
Reida Real Reyes, Psychologist  in Westmount
“Wishing for better relationships and having peace & harmony with yourself and those you love? You can have fulfilling relationships and be able to grow in positive ways!! I can help you create new paths towards a reality of positive changes in your life. Together, we can achieve well-being. You can discover your own strengths and forgotten inner potentials to improve relationships and increase self-esteem. Change starts with being Real to yourself. I am a licensed psychologist for the OPQ, in Private Practice for 10 years. Currently, I am also a Psy.D.candidate for California Southern University.
(514) 995-9708
Jennifer Schaeff Counselling Services, Counselor  in Montréal
“You are seeking support and assistance as you work through your issues. You understand that having someone who understands much of the inner workings of your head and heart and who can offer an objective perspective can be a valuable and comforting ally in your growth and recovery.
(514) 699-5031
Cerise Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD
“I am a Montreal counselor and psychotherapist with over 30 years experience in private practice. I help people to understand themselves better, improve their self-esteem, get rid of self-defeating patterns and develop more satisfying relationships. My approach emphasizes how you think and make choices in the here and now, so that you can change faulty or limiting beliefs and overcome discouragement. My personal style is open, direct and encouraging.
(514) 932-3094
Nilmini De Silva, Psychologist  in Longueuil
“Nilmini De Silva is a bilingual PhD psychologist and has experience at St Mary's Hospital and the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. Her years of experience doing life coaching, career counselling, couple and family therapy, and the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and eating disorders will help you maximize results from therapy. She has also taught students in doctoral programs at McGill University, run therapy groups for those struggling with eating disorders, and led workshops on time management and productivity for those seeking to improve their academic and professional performance.
(514) 969-0277
Kirsten Voss, Psychologist  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, OPQ, CPsych
“Have you struggled with feelings of depression, anxiety or anger that you believe are beyond your control? Do you have difficulty getting along with family or friends? Have you turned to alcohol or drugs to cope? Have you experienced trauma or abuse? I can help you feel more balanced and in control. We work together to help you identify problematic ways of thinking, learn new ways of coping, and meet your goals. We can work on current issues or things that are troubling you from your past, whichever you choose. I also do assessments for legal purposes.
(514) 800-1153
Clinique Dr. Bita - Montreal Psychologists, Psychologist  in Laval
“Clinique Dr. Bita is a multidisciplinary clinic offering various health services with specialized professionals, such as psychologists, CBT-Art therapist, Child therapist, dietitian/nutritionist, osteopath, acupuncturist, and massage therapist. The primary goal of the clinic is to help its clientele achieve optimal health through awareness and mindfulness. Our psychologists and therapists are warm, empathic and client-centered, meaning they work FOR you and WITH you to establish customized treatment plan and goals that would fit your needs best. Our therapists use ONLY scientifically approved treatment methods to ensure effectiveness. Moreover, our team of mental health is complimentary in its approach and specialties.
(514) 999-2482
Laval, Quebec H7T 2R3
Rebecca Nemiroff, Psychologist  in Gatineau
“I collaborate with people to help them learn new approaches to problems in living, deal with difficult emotions, and form healthy relationships in an empathic, non-judgemental environment. Confidential therapy and assessment services are reimbursed by most insurance packages.
(819) 351-0648
Gatineau, Quebec J9H 5T2
Nicole Marek, Psychologist  in Montréal
“Taking the steps to find a therapist means you are ready for change. If you feel different from your usual self, it's a sign to get help. You may be feeling stressed out, anxious, down, afraid, or experiencing relationship conflict. Therapy will help you gain control over these symptoms in order to live a more satisfying life. The length of your therapy depends on the intensity and duration of your symptoms, as well as your motivation to work hard! My stance is collaborative and non-judgmental, and I believe in teaching effective strategies to continue improving after therapy ends.
(514) 400-2508
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
Carly Fleming, Counselor  in Montréal
“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. If you are experiencing difficulties in any of these areas and would like to talk further about how therapy can help you, please get in touch. It is my belief that you are the expert in your own experience and with the tools that I bring as your therapist, we can work together to harness your potential for personal growth and change.
(438) 874-0616
Julia Grunberg, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I have many years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children who are struggling with ongoing psychological challenges, including depression, stress, anxiety, past traumatic experiences, relationship and family problems, blended family issues, divorce, loss and grief, poor self esteem, just to name a few. As well, I have worked extensively with couples and families. I am trained in a variety of theoretical orientations, including humanistic, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioural, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). I adapt my theoretical approach to meet the particular needs of my clients.
(514) 953-1539
Lisa Bédard, Psychologist  in Beaconsfield
“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
Dr Bita, Psychologist  in Laval
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, MA, BA, OPQ
“Dr. Bita is a clinical psychologist working in Montreal (Westmount and West Island). As a Montreal Psychologist, she works with adults and adolescents suffering from various problems and disorders such as: alcohol and drug abuse, addiction, sex and couples difficulties, PTSD, eating disorders, OCD, chronic pain, depression and anxiety, anger and stress management. She is supportive, non-judgmental, direct and goal-oriented in her approach. Her approach in therapy is aimed to facilitate YOUR growth, self-exploration and evolution in personal life, relationship, and career.
(514) 400-2505
Laval, Quebec H7T 2R3
Dr Lalinec, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I offer psychological services for CHILDREN (including preschoolers), teenagers, ADULTS, and FAMILIES experiencing behavioral, developmental, emotional, and relationship difficulties. Areas of particular expertise: 1) preschool children and youth presenting with BEHAVIORAL challenges and DEVELOPMENTAL disabilities such as autism (30years); 2) psychosomatic concerns as well as the impact of ILLNESS and DEATH on family members (20 years experience in a pediatric hospital setting); 3) clients who have difficulty identifying and verbally expressing their EMOTIONS and experiencing RELATIONSHIP difficulties (3-year post-doctoral psychoanalytic training program); 4) parental SEPARATION, blended families' issues, adoption, sibling rivalry.
(514) 931-4848
Nicolette Adrienne De Smit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“If you experienced trauma, abuse, or loss as a child, or if you are a parent who is worried about your child, I may be able to help you. With over 35 years of clinical experience, I have dealt with most problems experienced by children and families. I receive my clients with warmth and acceptance. I work closely with parents to find individualized interventions best suited for their family or child. Together we will find solutions for your current personal or family problems, and help you or your child to heal from past experiences.
(514) 244-5123
Carol Radcliffe, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I am a licensed psychologist in private practice, a member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec, and an associate of the Argyle Institute of Human Relations. I have been providing individual counselling to adolescents and adults for twenty years. In a caring and supportive environment, I help individuals build on their strengths and explore positive pathways to change. I employ a psychodynamic approach, while integrating cognitive strategies in order to help deal with personal difficulties. Working together, in a collaborative approach, we will identify your challenges, explore how they developed and find effective coping strategies.
(514) 400-2513
Myrtis Fossey, Psychologist  in Saint-laurent
“Life changes and identity crises can be highly anxiety provoking. Whether there is a conflict at work or you've recently become a parent, stress can wreak havoc in your life and must be dealt with before the problems and symptoms become unmanageable. Addressing feelings of sadness by yourself can lead to a loss of hope, but you need not deal with these emotions alone. Physical symptoms can be as emotionally debilitating as mood disorders. Insomnia, chronic fatigue and chronic pain can all lead to emotional distress and cause mental health issues. Therapy may help uncover some solutions to these problems.
(514) 757-9536
Sarah Roberts, Limited License Psychologist  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited License Psychologist, PhD
“Dr. Sarah Roberts has a PhD in clinical psychology, with a specialization in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). In addition to her training in CBT, Dr. Roberts practices mindfulness meditation and offers group and individual mindfulness training at the MindSpace Clinic. Dr. Roberts strongly believes in the value of cognitive-behavioural and mindfulness-based approaches to managing anxiety, low mood, and life's everyday highs and lows. As a mindfulness coach and psychotherapist, she seamlessly blends mindfulness practices with traditional CBT interventions to help clients decrease stress and improve their quality of life.
(514) 481-0317
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
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
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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?
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