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Therapists in Toronto

Jayne Hanna, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a Diplomate and Credentialed Cognitive Psychologist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. I have been listening and helping individuals and couples for over 25 years in the Toronto area. Areas that I can assess and treat are anxiety (social anxiety, general anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic attacks) depression, overwhelm, stress, family stress, perfectionism, procrastination, marital problems, burnout, anger, grief, infidelity/divorce, low self-esteem, overweight, addictions, fears, assertiveness, gender issues, relationship conflict, spiritual issues, career counselling, job stress, trauma and motor vehicle accidents. I am also able to help couples resolve issues and develop better intimacy and communication.
(416) 484-6104
Toronto, Ontario M5P 1E4
Miriam Schacter,   in Toronto
“Therapy offers a safe, confidential place to talk about your life, relationships, work, family, cultural history and anything that may be painful, confusing or isolating. Our sessions offer help to uncover words, tools, perspectives and ways of being to find relief from challenging life issues as well as psychological distress. Psychological distress manifests on many levels including conscious and unconscious thoughts, emotions, somatic-responses and behaviours.
(416) 536-5070
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Cliona Dickie  in Toronto
“I am in the final stage of training as a Jungian Analyst. The analytical approach respects the individual and unique problem for which you seek help. As an explorative process it respects your own life experience, history,background and culture. It is a path to self understanding, working with both conscious and unconscious material. As a practicing Jungian psychotherapist I have myself undergone extensive personal analysis. I like to do dream and image work whenever possible. Find me on www.oaja.ca under Training Candidates.
(416) 985-8185
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1L3
Lori Russell,   in Toronto
Dipl, (TIRP)
“I believe that each of us wants to be his or her "best self" every day, but at times in our lives that may be difficult to do. Sometimes this is because of troubling interpersonal relationships or patterns that we ourselves participate in but are unaware of. Developing awareness of these patterns, with a view to personal change and growth, is key to enhancing day-to-day life. We will work together to think about how to reframe your experiences and help you to achieve the necessary shifts toward the life that you wish to live.
(416) 352-8806
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3B8
Caroline Lensen,   in Toronto
“'Mental health is not the absence of problems; it is the ability to deal with them.' I bring over 20 years expertise and training in a variety of settings to help you deal with most of life's challenges and relationships. Would you like to be able to deal with low self esteem, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, loss, illness, abuse issues, shyness, family conflicts, intimacy and sexual issues and unwanted or compulsive behaviors? I like to work with both individuals on any of these painful issues and couples with relationship and sexual issues and adults/parents with family issues.
(647) 977-5978
Toronto, Ontario M5M 2E5
Scott J Duggan, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I make every effort to provide an atmosphere of safety and comfort, where you can discuss your issues and concerns. I am aware of multicultural and diversity issues, and am sensitive to stigmatized social identities of gender, race, sexual orientations, class, disabilities, religion, and age.
(416) 209-4036
Toronto, Ontario M5A 4B8
Lori Johnston  in Toronto
“Welcome. Sometimes life can be challenging, confusing, limiting, or painful. You may reach a point when you realize life is calling to you to make a change. I invite you to join me on a journey towards healing that can provide deeper insight into yourself and your relationships. I offer a humanistic approach to mental health that can help you feel more connected to your history, your emotions, your relationships, and your personal experience of the world. My goal is to guide you in developing new ways of relating that promote freedom, choice, and empowerment.
(416) 648-2300
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2E8
Marika Pollak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, EMDRII
“Drawing on a wealth of experience, and with a warm, interactive, and non-judgemental style, I create a space that allows you to feel understood, your concerns to be dealt with, and desired changes to happen. I work with adult individuals and couples, on relationship patterns, work-life balance and burnout, unblocking creativity, major decisions, and major transitions, overcoming feelings of being stuck, separation, grief, addictions, anxiety and depression, trauma and PTSD. The trauma may relate to childhood, or to current events, such as accidents, traumatic loss, the discovery of major betrayals. I also offer consultation services to clinicians.
(416) 761-1825
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1E1
Beth Moore, Counselor  in Toronto
“In life, when you face challenges and distress, it can be difficult to work through them alone. You may resort to patterns of behaviours and emotions that are familiar, but unhelpful. Together, we will explore and navigate whatever difficulties, emotions, patterns and experiences are occurring in your life.
(647) 961-9510
Toronto, Ontario M6P 1P4
Michelle Leybman, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Therapy is an opportunity to find ways to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. It can help you to: overcome difficult symptoms or stresses; cope effectively with problems; or bring more positives into your life when things are going well. I will approach therapy as a balance of helping you learn to understand and accept yourself and your life situations, and supporting you in learning to change ways of thinking and behaving that are not working for you. Together, we will continuously assess your progress to ensure that your therapy is moving in the direction you want it to.
(647) 972-9075
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
David Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“People seek counselling and therapy for many reasons. You might do so to learn new skills and ways to cope, to receive some non-judgemental support during a difficult time, or to tackle intrusive anxieties and self-doubt. You may be seeking to gain insight into yourself, to understand relationship patterns, or to simply to have a safe space for reflection. Whatever motivated you to explore therapy and come here, I believe in finding the right approach for you and your needs. In achieving this, I believe collaboration, refinement, and using a diversity of modalities are essential to providing the best possible service.
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2J3
Rob Peach, Sex Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“Do you sometimes find it hard to control your sexual thoughts or urges? Do you feel that it can be difficult to not act on sexual feeings? Do you have problems in relationships or with finding a partner because of your sexual behaviours? Do you struggle with negative feelings, such as anxiety or depression, because of your sexual interests? Do you wonder if you have an 'addiction' to sex or pornography? If you find yourself saying 'yes' to any of these questions, treatment may be right for you.
(416) 795-7299
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3P4
Lori Dennis, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA
“Talk therapy is designed to heal your emotional wounds. With the power of talk therapy, I can help you address and resolve: low self esteem; depression; anxiety; trauma; loss; loneliness; anger; forgiveness; relationship difficulties; parenting challenges; family struggles and more. The secret to emotional healing is to increase awareness of your thoughts, feelings and patterns of behavior and to find the courage to face and move past your pain. Only then can you discover a state of being that is richer, fuller and more deeply satisfying.
(416) 709-8117
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3P4
Toronto Central Counselling Individuals and Couple, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“Feeling more sad or anxious than your usual? Suffering due to loss of dear person, pet or something that meant a lot to you? Dealing with an aftermath of trauma you experienced long time ago or recently? Going through your relationship / marriage crisis? Struggling with your self-esteem? Struggling with your own or of your close one's LGBTQ - related issues? Going through the stressful immigration process? Living with HIV/AIDS or other chronic illness? Dealing with issues related to separation from biological family and / or with adoption experience? Stressed by your academic / school performance? Aging?
(647) 799-3108
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2P3
Andrew Benedetto, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, DAnPsy, CAPT
“When difficult issues and emotions take time and energy away from important parts of your life, psychotherapy can help you gain new perspectives toward insight and healing.
(416) 595-9542
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2X4
Carol L Melnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, CBT
“Ideally, therapy is a partnership between a client and myself where we work together to alleviate troublesome symptoms and to develop your unique potential and life. I view myself as a guide, witness, and someone who "accompanies" you in your journey towards relationship health, wholeness, "soul joy" and pleasure. I work well with a wide variety of issues and people. My integrative approach includes a focus on your thought processes and beliefs, your relationship patterns, your feelings and your body experience, and your sense of meaning and purpose.
(905) 515-5047
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Kusum Dole,   in Toronto
“As humans, we tend to strive for secure, loving relationships, a sense of our true self and a purposeful life full of meaning. Instead, we can end up struggling with feelings of unbearable emptiness, alienation, anger, worthlessness, shame and despair. Inner attempts to cope with these painful feelings can often be their very source. In therapy, we aim to understand and ease the grip of these habitual attempts so that you can begin the journey to feeling whole, valued and authentic.
(647) 678-6208
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Tatijana Busic  in Toronto
“Since 2008, I have worked with individuals and couples who are experiencing depression, anxiety, substance use problems, stress, burnout and career dissatisfaction, sexual problems (e.g., sexual arousal and desire issues, orgasm difficulties and sexual pain), trauma (i.e., psychological, physical, emotional sexual) and existential life crises. My specialty areas include substance use assessment and treatment, and couples and sex therapy. I also offer career assessment and counselling services, and am currently completing a Ph.D. and am a published author in this area. I will help you to develop a more secure, resilient self, and build stronger relationships.
(855) 779-2347
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1P9
David Moulton, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with adults who are feeling stressed and anxious: they may worry, panic or feel shy in social situations, may try to be perfect, may feel badly about themselves, or wish that they could express themselves more effectively, or to set clearer boundaries with others, or to be more assertive. I also work with people who are experiencing loneliness or challenges in their relationships, challenges with sexuality, with sexual orientation, and with gender. Many people experience these challenges, but some may lose a sense of balance in their lives or the ability to enjoy life and relationships while trying to sort out their concerns.
(647) 525-8268
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L3
Felisa Shizgal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd
“I work with couples and adults of all ages, specializing in the treatment of trauma, abuse and neglect. Therapy provides an opportunity to discuss how symptoms such as: depression, anxiety, anger, relationship difficulties, addictions, self-harm, and emotional volatility, can feel overwhelming and unmanageable. Over and over I've witnessed people using therapy to help themselves feel safer in the world, more hopeful, and better able to reach their full potential in life, work, and in relationship with themselves and others. I am an experienced, empathic therapist and I collaborate to tailor therapy to meet each client's individual needs.
(416) 992-5060
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2L3
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