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Relationship Issues Therapists in Toronto

Kathleen M. Deck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RSW, MSW
“Whether you want to work in a short-term way, finding practical solutions to problems you face, or in a more open-ended way, exploring and resolving core issues, I bring a warm and gentle presence and listen deeply to what you bring. I have worked as a therapist for over 10 years helping clients address a wide range of issues including relationship difficulties, stress, anxiety, depression, anger management, early trauma and loss. My role often involves encouraging clients by acknowledging the wisdom and resources they already possess and by noticing and supporting new changes as they emerge.
Relationship Issues
(647) 625-7682
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2L3
Meg Aston-lebold, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I will provide you with a compassionate, non-judgemental, and confidential therapeutic relationship in which you will feel comfortable exploring your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. We will work together to identify goals for therapy to help you overcome your struggles and identify your personal areas of strength. I use the most current and effective evidence-based treatment strategies to help you develop strategies that foster positive change congruent with your personal worldview and values. My aim is to support you to develop a more secure, resilient sense of self, and strengthen your relationships as you work towards your treatment goals.
Relationship Issues
(855) 977-0285
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1P9
Amy Greenleaf Brassert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Amy Greenleaf Brassert RSW has over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist. She owned and operated a private practice as a psychotherapist in Seattle, WA before relocating to Toronto in 2004. In 2003, Amy decided to add coaching to her practice: more specifically Relationship Coaching. She describes herself as a "Relationship Re-combobulator". Just like the place in the airport where you go after security to re-assemble yourself after being discombobulated by the security process, she believes her role is to help people "re-assemble" their relationships in new, creative and innovative ways that support health, learning and growth.
Relationship Issues
(416) 454-5112
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R7
Patricia Burns, Counselor  in Toronto
“Personal relationships, anxiety/fear/depression and trauma are my main areas of interest. Each of these can negatively influence and impede us from making positive changes in our lives. It is my belief that our well being is founded, first and foremost, on empathetic, supportive, relationships. Therefore, our work together, whether one to one or with your partner or another family member, will in part, entail an exploration of patterns of behaviour, coping mechanisms and major life events that help answer the questions 'how did I get here?' and 'why do I feel so bad?'
Relationship Issues
(416) 732-7746
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1L8
Gwen Schauerte, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd
“I offer a free consultation for us to meet and discuss forming a working relationship. We can talk about what you want to work on in therapy, and how I may help. You can expect careful listening, insightful questioning, compassion and intuition. Please know that it is normal and even common to feel some trepidation when discussing what is close to your heart. For over 20 years I have helped clients to improve relationships and lead happier lives. Psychotherapy is a journey taken together where insight, healing and transformation are possible.
Relationship Issues
(416) 526-0134
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Radmila Mrzic,   in Toronto
“Are you currently experiencing grief, sadness, depression, anxiety, feelings of anger, confusion and lonelines?These feelings can be caused by many factors in our life and can be very difficult and painful to bear alone. It does not need to be done in isolation and confusion. Perhaps you are ready to receive the extra support that you need? Giving yourself time and space to be heard, and having someone attune to your needs compassionately in a safe environment can assist you in making sense as to why you feel the way that you do and help you heal within.
Relationship Issues
(416) 875-5103
Toronto, Ontario M4T 2A7
Dan Merkur, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Toronto
“I offer psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and, when requested, psychospiritual consultation, to adolescents and adults. I work with personal and interpersonal issues that vary in severity from discontent, apathy, anxiety, depression and rage, through blockage in work, study, love, faith, or joy, to personal tragedies, life crises, crises of faith, clinical personality disorders, and coping emotionally with chronic pain and disabilities. I also offer couples counseling, in which I focus especially on failures of communication.
Relationship Issues
(647) 977-5967
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1X1
Lee Kraemer,   in Toronto
“I believe in providing my clients with a safe, non-critical and non-judgmental environment in which to explore issues, emotions, thoughts and dreams. People describe me as warm, supportive, insightful and understanding. Given a different perspective you can empower yourself to live the life you desire.
Relationship Issues
(647) 977-5882
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
Shara Claire,   in Toronto
“Finding the right therapist can be time-consuming, emotionally exhausting and expensive. For this reason, I offer a complimentary introductory session. I have experience treating children, youth and adults facing a number of issues: self-esteem, depression, early childhood or other trauma, eating disorders, relationship issues, anxiety, cult recovery, grief and loss, body-focussed repetitive behaviours, etc. My clients say they appreciate my precision, as well as my gentle but directive approach to counselling and therapy. I genuinely love my career as an Expressive Arts Therapist and am always expanding my understanding of it through further training.
Relationship Issues
(416) 708-1279
Toronto, Ontario M4C 4Y4
Kathy Thomas, Counselor  in Toronto
“Parenting is tough. You want to be the best parent you can be but when kids act out, coping with their behaviour can be very stressful, tough on your relationships, and disruptive for the rest of the family. I offer guidance and support for parents. I use real and effective techniques that last forever, are easy to implement, and have proven to resolve many of the problem areas within weeks. Once you incorporate my techniques into your daily routine, you'll notice a strong improvement in your child's behaviour and you'll start enjoying your family again, sleep better, and be happier.
Relationship Issues
(416) 780-1737
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Trillium Counselling, Counselor  in Toronto
“We all need well-being. With 30 years experience, I provide therapy and support to help you sort things out, be happier and more fulfilled. We'll address what's in the way of being confident, authentic, and fulfilled in relationships with yourself and others. You can develop a deeper awareness and trust of yourself; connecting with self-compassion and respect and your own sense of purpose and direction. Rooted in Family Systems Theory and Mindfulness training, my approach is client directed incorporating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy / EFT / Emotional Release and Breath Work / Inner-Child, Re-parenting and Eriksonian Hypnosis.
Relationship Issues
(647) 977-5716
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2N1
Monica Monahan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, RSW
“"I believe that people have the answers to most of their problems. Sometimes, however, there is something -- perhaps some emotional baggage or an obstacle of some kind -- that has obstructed their view of these answers. In my work, I help clients to clear away the obstacle(s) so that they can once again see the answers for themselves and move forward with their lives.
Relationship Issues
(647) 931-1473
Toronto, Ontario M4N 2L6
Adam Crabtree, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, PhD
“Most people start psychotherapy with some difficulty or confusion in their lives, something that needs attention. That is the way it was at the beginning of my own therapy, which was a long time ago now. Then, after some of the problems and some of the confusion begin to give way, when relationships improve and feelings of self confidence and respect grow stronger, therapy tends to take on more of a feeling of adventure, the adventure of your own unfolding life.
Relationship Issues
(647) 933-9744
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Taunya Gaum, Counselor  in Toronto
“I view clients as the experts of their own lives while I consider myself a consultant within their journeys toward enhanced wellness, strength, and joy. I respect that this is your personal journey and I feel privileged to be a witness to your growth, change, and self-discovery. Finding the right counsellor to witness your journey can take time. Asking questions, expressing your expectations, and trusting your own intuition, may help you to feel more informed and empowered as you choose your counsellor. I encourage your inquiries and welcome you to schedule a complimentary phone consultation prior to our first meeting.
Relationship Issues
(647) 894-4286
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1L3
Rob Peach, Relationship Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“Do you find yourself having difficulties with your relationships? Do you have a hard time communicating with your spouse or your partner? Do you struggle with anger, depression or addiction? Or, do you have sexual interests or activities outside of your relationship that are causing you worry? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, therapy might be the right choice for you. I provide treatment for individuals and couples with personal and relationship issues that is confidential, non-judgemental and grounded in research based, clinically proven interventions.
Relationship Issues
(416) 795-7299
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3P4
Lih-yea Guo, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Are you feeling alone, struggling with your thoughts, fears, and unhappiness? Trying to ignore your emotional pain, feeling little control over your life, relationships, or career? I am a Canadian-trained, qualified, culturally- sensitive Psychologist with many years of experience helping people overcome similar difficulties. Every challenging situation also presents possibilities for taking better charge of your circumstances and feeling better about yourself. I rely on scientifically valid approaches and recognized assessment tools and can help you to develop a personal, practical and effective plan to address your unique situation and needs.
Relationship Issues
(647) 933-9743
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3R1
Daniele Massie, Counselor  in Toronto
“People seek change and choose to work with a therapist for a variety of reasons. It could be that you are struggling with depression, or experiencing difficulties in your relationships or are a highly sensitive person (HSP) easily overcome by stress or anxiety. Chances are you are feeling stuck in some way. If you are ready to explore personal issues in a supportive and confidential environment, I welcome your call. I work with men and women who are interested in making lasting change by engaging in a creative and experiential approach to personal change.
Relationship Issues
(647) 931-1398
Toronto, Ontario M4T 2A7
Deborah Duggan, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I work from a collaborative, respectful, relational perspective. We seek out therapy because we might be having problems in our relationships, experiencing a loss, or feel like the ways in which we have previously coped aren't working so well anymore. Or, we may be experiencing physical and emotional responses such as anxiety or depression. We also enter therapy to deepen our awareness of ourselves in order to feel more empowered in our lives. Whatever brings us to therapy, I believe the process is about taking the time to explore who we are, and what is going on for us.
Relationship Issues
(647) 977-5973
Toronto, Ontario M4E 1V2
3VIEW, Counselor  in Toronto
“RELATIONSHIP issues? Are you looking to fix your relationship? Or wondering whether to stay or leave? Going through a break-up, or separation or divorce? Are you feeling anxious and alone? We can help. At 3VIEW we specialize in relationship issues.
Relationship Issues
(647) 866-3310
Toronto, Ontario M4K 1N6
Deborah Barman, Counselor  in Toronto
“Depressed? Overwhelmed? Hopeless? If you feel out of control, you may be repeating behaviours that have gotten you into trouble in the past. Deep inside you are patterns laid down in childhood that are unconsciously shaping your life. These are the blueprints for how you feel about yourself, what you expect to happen in relationship, and even how you view the world. You are not aware of their existence even as they guide your footsteps along familiar emotional paths. When these patterns are unhealthy, they lead to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and unfulfilled potential.
Relationship Issues
(416) 221-7034
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
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