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Pat Archer, Counselor  in Toronto
“The experience of a peaceful and content relationship with yourself is your birthright, and rewarding relationships with others is inherent in that promise. We can reach for that promise together as I hear your story, encourage your exploration & respond with empathy. Fear, anxiety, grief, & doubt can block or constrict your self-expression. Therapy invites you into an expansive sense of self by relieving you of the burden of worn out patterns which no longer serve you. With a little courage and support you can expect to claim your strengths & wisdom, and develop your resilience in response to life's challenges.
(647) 977-5987
Toronto, Ontario M6P 3C3
Valerie Tamiko Takeda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“You don't have to face life's difficulties alone. If you are struggling with trauma, shame, depression, anxiety, or low-self esteem, or have concerns about relationships, intimacy and setting healthy boundaries, my compassionate, intuitive and collaborative style will help you to become more aware of, and reconnect to your own strengths, develop greater self-compassion and self-acceptance, as well as connect to your potential and find new ways of approaching challenges. I've been a therapist for over 15 years and I offer both individual and couple therapy in downtown Toronto.
(647) 220-4970
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1Y4
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
Sly Sarkisova, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, BA, BSW
“I am a Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist with extensive experience supporting folks struggling with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma recovery, relationship issues, and substance misuse. I strive to provide a non-judgmental, safe and reflexive space that centers your unique experience, while also identifying the impacts of systemic and interpersonal traumas and stresses on your ability to cope and function. We will co-create a space wherein you feel safe to explore issues of concern to you while affirming your strengths and resiliencies.
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R4
Lori Ralko, Counselor  in Toronto
“My approach to therapy focuses on helping you to reach the following goals: (1) obtaining relief from psychological symptoms (i.e. anxiety, panic attacks, depression); (2) exploring options for dealing with difficult life situations (i.e. relationship and career issues); and (3) achieving greater self-awareness so that you are: (a) less vulnerable to recurrence of problems and symptoms; (b) better able to cope with challenges; and (c) well positioned to move forward in life. I view therapy as an investment in yourself that can help with existing problems and open up opportunities for the future.
(416) 710-4958
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1A9
Sue Cooperstock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Welcome. We all flourish when we feel valued, accepted, deeply known and understood. With a warm, relaxed and conversational style, I provide a safe and nurturing space through which you can explore the issues that have led you to seek professional help. For over twenty five years I have been privileged to work with individuals and families facing relationship and interpersonal issues, health challenges, who are depressed, feeling alone, grieving a loss, experiencing workplace stress, family dysfunction, and many other issues. In successful therapy.....
(647) 222-2299
Toronto, Ontario M4G 3A6
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
Blanca Cabrera-Vera, Counselor  in Toronto
“We humans suffer because we don’t get what we want and get what we don’t want. Most of us want to find a quick cure to our emotional pain. Quick cures sedate the pain which is the source of Wisdom, Compassion, Understanding and Real Love. My approach is for the person who wants to answer the timeless questions of: “Who am I?”, “Where did I come from?”, “Where am I going?” from their own depths and to their full understanding. It is in this journey, through self-inquiry, that they become happier, wiser and more compassionate.
(416) 806-1353
Toronto, Ontario M5B 1L6
Daryl Vineberg,   in Toronto
“Why see a therapist? In my experience, we often seek out therapy when something in our lives stops "working" the way it used to. Our relationships or our jobs are no longer fulfilling, we feel that something must change, and we recognize that we need the help of another to bring about this change. I can be that person for you - I'll accompany and guide you with care and attention towards a deeper connection with yourself and your emotional life.
(416) 624-9489
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3H7
Stephen Giles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“As a registered member of a provincially regulated health care profession I have the clinical training and experience necessary to provide psychotherapy. I am qualified to help you with a variety of problems that you or someone you know may be experiencing. Psychotherapy and counselling will help you get back on track to enjoying a more fulfilling life that you deserve. I provide marriage counselling and couples counselling as well as family and individual therapy and counselling. Convenient weekday, weekend & evening appointments are availible and can be booked on-line right now by visiting my website
(416) 500-2066
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
Jessica Zeyl,   in Toronto
“I provide individual, couple and family therapy by providing a safe place for you to come and work on whatever is holding you back from living to your fullest potential: emotionally, relationally and practically. Embracing the therapeutic process is an empowering means to start healing which ultimately leads to internal freedom and less hindrance in life. I want you to achieve success with your goals of living a fuller life and I offer help in realizing those goals.
(416) 763-4679
Toronto, Ontario M6S 1P5
Channa C Verbian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, RSW, MEd
“The healing journey we will embark on is grounded in my belief that we all have an innate ability to grow, heal and change. As your therapist, my role is as a listener and guide, helping you gain insight into your 'life story', problem solve, and bring positive meaning back into your life. I have experience with individuals struggling with stress/anxiety, depression/sadness, grief/loss, relationship difficulties, separation/ divorce, life-stage adjustment, inter-cultural/ inter-religious issues, and body image/eating problems. I have a particular interest in working with individuals in intercultural relationships and the arts.
(416) 483-5310
Toronto, Ontario M5N 1C3
Dawn Stephenson, Counselor  in Toronto
“I provide a warm, safe, and collaborative environment that allows you to explore the issues that prevent you from living a more fulfilling life. My role is to help you become aware of the solutions and choices that are within you.
(416) 504-7231
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2C2
Lainie Magidsohn, Counselor  in Toronto
“Connection is a guiding principal in my life and in my work. In my practice I support individuals and couples facing a range of issues including sexuality and identity, relationships, pregnancy options and parenting, grief and loss, partners of trauma survivors, and children of holocaust survivors. I bring empathy and understanding as I work from an eclectic, client-centered and feminist perspective. I support my clients in their personal growth and self-awareness.
(647) 933-9748
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L9
Polly Sykes, Counselor  in Toronto
“Are you ready to feel more sure of yourself, less anxious and better prepared to handle the day? Do you long for better communication and more connection with the people you love? If so, I am here to help.
(416) 202-6146
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Micheline Savard, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychologist with 14 years of experience, 5 years as a licensed clinical psychologist and 9 years prior as a psychotherapist. I work with adults, couples, adolescents and families. I am privileged to have worked with people on issues that include anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, infidelity, LGBT, sexual problems, difficulty managing stress, loneliness, dissatisfaction with relationship at work or at home, family relationship conflicts, couple relationship difficulties, addiction, work-related problems, coping with chronic illness and injuries, abuse, lifestyle changes, and difficult life transitions such as loss of a loved one, divorce, or career changes.
(416) 803-1319
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2N8
Judy Langmuir,   in Toronto
MT-BC, MTA
“Feeling distressed? Disconnected from your partner? Overwhelmed? I have worked for over twenty years helping both men and women become more confident in their bodies, emotionally stronger and healthier overall in their recovery from childhood trauma, dissociation, depression, anxiety, issues of self-worth, self-harm and chronic pain. I help couples learn how to communicate safely, authentically and lovingly. I collaborate respectfully with all my clients, using the tools of mindfulness, a body-oriented focus and compassion, helping them to discover new ways to manage their lives.
(416) 709-4898
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Susan Raphael, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, HBA, Psyc, ICADC, ICCDP
“Susan is an Internationally Certified Alcohol, Drug & Co-occuring Disorders Professional. Susan's especially passionate about working with young people. Susan is honoured to be a counsellor with the Clinicians' Network of the NBA/NBPA Player Assistance/Anti-Drug Program. Susan provides effective counselling solutions to youth and families recovering from addiction and mental health issues through supportive and experiential care. Susan runs groups, provides individual counselling, assessment and recommendations. Susan is also a referral specialist and continuing care counsellor matching people to services. Susan utilizes, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioural and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy informed approaches. Susan's private practice is called Sustainable Recovery.
(416) 271-1117
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1B3
Robyn Lam, Counselor  in Toronto
“You may feel stuck at this moment in your life and, despite your best effort, you may feel overwhelmed by fears - of letting go of a well-worn habit, a familiar pain, or of what you don't know yet to happen. I am an experienced individuals and couples psychotherapist specializing in anxiety, intimate relationships, parenting challenges, anger, gender identity and life transitions. I believe we can be greater than the sum of our circumstances. Through our work together, you can expect to gain emotional clarity, make more effective choices, and be able to enjoy more of life's gifts.
(647) 978-0678
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Bonnie-Sue Solomon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, depressed, hopeless, angry, sad,lonely,confused, scared, frustrated or stuck? Are the issues that you are facing getting in the way of your functioning, your enjoyment, your health, your relationships,your goals, your academic success or job performance and of the hopes and dreams that you have for yourself? Do you want something different for yourself or for the life of your family? The good news is...you don't have to go through this alone! We can work together to help you move toward a healthier and happier place in a way that fits for you.
(416) 835-3269
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1G7
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