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Pastoral Counselor Therapists in Toronto

Unleash Potential, Pastoral Counselor  in Toronto
Pastoral Counselor
“Sometimes we are debilitated in living a full and happy life by events from our past that keep cropping up over and over again. Therapy is the focus on the healing of these wounds. I compassionately acknowledge these wounds and encourage their healing with powerful clearing techniques. On the other hand focusing on problems can make these problems more present in our lives. Coaching is about leaving these wounds in the past and getting on with our lives. My practice draws a balance between therapy and coaching that will accelerate your self actualization into loving happy human beings.
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(647) 719-7779
Toronto, Ontario M4M 2Z7
Mary Barclay, Psychotherapist, Pastoral Counselor  in Toronto
“If you are struggling with purpose or meaning in your life, if you find that day to day living seems difficult, but you don't know why, I am a relational, pastoral psychotherapist who holistically journeys with my clients to help them understand themselves and what drives them in their relationships at home, at work or any any situation. I provide a safe space to talk about painful memories long past or recent, trauma, depression, low self-esteem and it's root causes, such as possible learning or cognitive impairments, suspected or diagnosed, early childhood abuse, spousal abuse or bullying.
Pastoral Counselor
Toronto, Ontario M4J 5B3
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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.
(647) 977-5716
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2N1
Susan Blackburn, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MAPsych
“Susan Blackburn, M.A., C.Psych. Assoc. (Supervised Practice) is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association and The College of Psychologists of Ontario and holds a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology.
(416) 315-3945
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Diana Powell,   in Toronto
“Do you suffer from unbearable and overwhelming feelings such as shame, anxiety, depression, fear of going crazy, or feeling unsafe? Talking to a therapist & having her listen without judgement or an agenda can be transformative. Please see www.integralpsychotherapy.ca for a detailed description of my approach; examples are attachment theory, trauma techniques, and Ken Wilber's integral psychotherapy. Also, I study Buddhism and its integration with therapy; I use Buddhist mindfulness with interested clients. I pay attention to feelings and what blocks them, as well as to distorted beliefs that influence us but may be out of awareness.
(416) 926-8776
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Irene Altro B.ed. B.s.w. R.s.w., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BEd, BSW, RSW
“Anna experiences significant trauma, tells nobody. She tries to cope, but in a few months panic sets in. She fears that she will have a heart attack. The panic escalates. She finds it impossible to cope. Eventually she seeks help. She arrives very motivated to regain her life. I am very effective with dealing with severe anxiety and panic. With empathy, and respect, I provide therapy that empowers her to know who she is and why. I provide techniques to use when Panic sets in. With new insights about herself, she has the tools to overcome the panic attacks and live an authentic life.
(416) 876-0366
Toronto, Ontario M5M 4N1
At Beaches Family Practice, Psychology is Growth, Psychological Associate  in Toronto
“Experienced with ages 5 through 60's, I am certified for children, adolescents and adults. Clinical Psychology and School Psychology pretty much cover the spectrum of life challenges. I treat diverse issues (AND diagnose disorders, if you seek formal diagnosis). Psychological care should be comfortable, evidence-based and strategic. A 'short list' of challenges I address might include: attachment and behaviour, learning disabilities, mood disorders, ADD/ADHD and sleep disorders (often working closely with your doctor), school behaviour, mood disorders, OCD, language disorders (with a speech-language pathologist), developmental delays, school motivation, concussion, cancer recovery and developmental trauma. www.PsychologyIsGrowth.wordpress.com Twitter: @PsychIsGrowth
(416) 698-0999 x206
Toronto, Ontario M4E 2X2
Anne Pepper,   in Toronto
“Our emotions and body sensations offer us important insights into what is working or not in our lives. Paying attention to our thought patterns and the messages we receive from our body/mind helps us to direct our lives to increasing happiness, calm, and fulfillment. It can be difficult to do this on our own, especially at times of feeling a loss of control or intense distress and confusion. A therapist can be a healing mirror and the relationship can provide a safe connection in order to explore life issues together.
(416) 961-7222
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1A9
Allan Cameron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CEC
“Thank you for exploring my profile. I have been committed to working with clients for over 30 years. I partner with individuals as they struggle to define a meaningful, authentic life for themselves while dealing with stress, depression or anxiety. I provide a safe container for couples striving to maintain committed and evolving relationships or who are healing from extra-relationship affairs. My experience has given me the expertise for dealing with the challenges of families as they encounter stressful developmental issues. I am comfortable working in both short-term, solution focused models as well as more long-term analytic approaches.
(416) 203-2992
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2T5
Wendy Wine,   in Toronto
“Why consider choosing me as your therapist? You may be struggling in your relationship, with depression, anxiety, or loneliness, or with problematic coping strategies. You might be feeling stuck, or you may be dealing with grief or trauma. You want increased meaning and balance in your life. I'm a relational psychotherapist with 15 years of experience in private practice helping clients work through difficulty and reconnect. I listen without judgment, engage in meaningful dialogue, and work with individuals and couples to understand current challenges and next steps.
(416) 410-3800
Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2
Julia Broeking, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Every child deserves to live a happy and successful life. Unfortunately, many children experience emotional, social, and/or developmental problems that seriously impact on their ability to become well-adjusted adolescents and adults. The good news is that early assessment and treatment can help children overcome many of life's challenges. As a registered clinical psychologist I provide evidenced-based, child-centered care. As a faculty member at OISE/UofT, I teach graduate students how to identify early signs of mental health problems and how to help children of all ages, live healthy and joyful lives.
(416) 459-8838
Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2
Donna M Reist, Psychologist  in Toronto
“(Yonge at St.Clair) I am a registered psychologist providing counselling, short and long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoeducational and clinical assessments. I specialize in trauma assessment and therapy, family and interpersonal relationship issues, substance abuse, stress and anxiety management.
(416) 750-9400
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1Y7
Sarah Wooldridge, Art Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Art Therapist, BFA, EXAT, OACCPP
“As an Expressive Art Therapist (EXAT), I am guided in my work by the transformative relationship between creative expression and the ability to heal, grow and thrive. Our work together will consist of an exploration of your goals, strengths, barriers, and areas of desired change through a process of dialogue and/or creative arts. My approach helps clients explore their issues in a creative forum and incorporates the practical skills found in DBT and CBT. Clients seeking an alternative to verbal dialogue will be more drawn to methods used in my practice.
(416) 786-1367
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1K3
Maryna Svitasheva, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work using the office or the Skype space. What ever your problem is - it is only a symptom. I work with the present reasons, not with the symptoms. The approach I practice bridges your inner and outer worlds in order to restore the balance and foster happiness in your life.I work in an alliance with the client. We don't dwell on the past but together we explore how it effects the current life and how it might be stopped. My international training has given me a wide range of perfect techniques.Main of them is a dialoge.
(647) 955-3890
Toronto, Ontario M4P 2A6
Bradley Murray, Counselor  in Toronto
“Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy are highly individualized treatments drawing on a person's innate potential for self-healing and growth. Despite having achieved certain satisfactions in life, with friends, in marriage, in work, or through special interests and hobbies, a person may seek psychoanalytic treatment because they are experiencing symptoms such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem difficulties, sexual incapacities, physical symptoms with no clear physical cause, obsessions, or compulsions; they may also be struggling with loneliness, isolation, or difficulties trusting others. Some seeking psychoanalytic treatment will have tried other approaches which may not have focused on root causes of symptoms.
(647) 239-1375
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
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
Ines Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I am a clinical social worker and a Lacanian psychoanalyst with over 20 years of experience offering counselling and therapy to individuals, families and couples. I support clients in challenges such as depression, anxiety, fear, relationship issues, divorce or death, conflict resolution, low self-esteem, anger management. For more than 20 years, I have facilitated parenting courses, coaching families to reach better communication, encouragement, cooperation, and a discipline which develops responsibility through alternatives to reward and punishment. I am a member of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAPOL) and La Nueva Escuela Lacaniana (NEL) since 2000.
(647) 770-7205
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Gwen Shandroski, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am trained as a psychotherapist and expressive arts therapist and speech-language pathologist. I work with families, couples and individuals. My approach is as a relational psychotherapist. I work with adults, teens and parents. My practise focusses on a variety of issues including self esteem, depression, identity crises, life changes including bereavement, separation and divorce and with children who are adopted. I have worked with adolescents for years and know that for them and young adults feeling comfortable is essential to sharing openly.
(416) 406-1710
Toronto, Ontario M4M 2X9
Alice Jonathan, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy tries to help us find better ways of seeing ourselves and others. Many people seek therapy because they feel something is wrong, painful; that they are disconnected or stuck. For others it is that something more or different is sought after. Nothing is more important to us than the quality of our life and our sense of self -how we live or fail to live. Relationships: our self to others, our mind to our body, are central. As we become more aware of our unconscious habits, we can challenge old patterns and create new pathways for growth.
(416) 925-7993
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
Avi Craimer,   in Toronto
“I facilitate clients working through life challenges with contemplative tools such as mindfulness, compassion focused meditation, and guided imagery. When we experience emotions like fear, grief, anger, regret, shame, and confusion, we sometimes contract inwardly and look only toward basic survival. We can lose track of wholeness, interconnectedness, and joyful living. Learning to access unconditional acceptance and compassion within ourselves allows us to hold our pain in a more expansive awareness, while maintaining a vision of hopeful possibilities for change. I believe this is the basis of all healing. My non-denominational inter-spiritual approach is always respectful of your own beliefs and values.
(416) 825-7496
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L5
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