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Therapists in M5S

Tae Hart, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I have three areas of specialization as a psychologist: 1) Coping with chronic medical illness, such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, and gastrointestinal problems (e.g., colitis), 2) Anxiety and depression, and 3) Couples therapy.
Clare Pentelow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Are you feeling stressed? stuck? Often talking to someone can help. I offer an accepting, compassionate, non-judgmental approach. I am a strong believer in the idea that processing past memories and experiences allows us to move forward with confidence and clear intention.
Kristin Casady - Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Toronto
“At times it becomes clear to us we're not living the life we desire. The present may feel dominated by the past; we can experience chronic depression, anxiety, or anger; there may be a sense of just being stuck. Therapy can help. Good psychotherapy helps us find new ways of being in the world, of understanding our emotions, and even discovering and integrating parts of ourselves we've forgotten or disconnected from. As a therapist, I have helped a variety of individuals grow in ways they've sometimes not even thought possible.
Ulla Weimann,   in Toronto
“Psychotherapy has been a journey to a place I have always known but couldn't quite reach by myself, a journey to discover a vital and energetic self hidden behind habits, reactions, and fears. I invite you to join me on this journey. As your therapist I will take my lead from you. It often takes time to develop the strength and trust to examine your most troubling experiences. Your individuality and uniqueness will guide us in our work.
Philip LaRose, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy is hard work. It requires a commitment to exploring ourselves, our lives and our relationships. It can't be done alone, it is in the presence of another person that we learn to question ourselves, our assumptions, our patterns both good and bad, and then we decide which of these things we wish to retain, and which we wish to alter.
Larry Kopman, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I have been a registered Counselling Psychologist since 1986. I offer psychotherapeutic treatment for couples and individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, poor self esteem, grief, loneliness, and relationship issues. I work with people from all walks of life, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations.
Shaun Michael Burns, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a licensed Psychologist with 12 years of experience treating adults with a variety of emotional, behavioural, and interpersonal difficulties. Treatment I offer focuses on helping people better understand themselves and their emotional patterns, while learning adaptive and constructive ways of coping. In therapy, I develop an interpersonally warm, honest, and collaborative relationship to effectively work toward my patients' goals and help them improve their functioning and satisfaction in life. My office is conveniently located in downtown Toronto, near the intersection of College Street and Spadina Avenue, close to the College Street streetcar stop and numerous affordable parking options.
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.
Joanna Salit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Do you want something different for yourself or the life of your family? Are you going through a life transition? Find ways to move toward a healthier place in the way that fits for you. Friends and family can be supportive; but, meeting with someone outside of these groups can lead to new insights, perspectives and change. Seeking counselling is a helpful way to get you where you want to be.
Marilyn Lerner, Counselor  in Toronto
“If you are suffering from feelings of anxiety or depression, which can happen for so many reasons, then I would like to help you. I am an experienced and dedicated psychotherapist. In order to deepen my understanding and expertise I am also an analytic candidate at the Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. I am particularly experienced and interested in working with members of LGBT community, arts workers, those caring for aging parents, those considering midlife change of direction. My office is located at the Spadina subway.
Jaime A Saibil, Counselor  in Toronto
“My name is Jaime Saibil, and I am a Toronto-based psychotherapist and cognitive-behavioural therapist, with nearly a decade of experience providing counselling in the healthcare industry. I hold a Master's Degree in Counselling & Organizational Psychology, and began working in the mental health field in 2002. As a therapist, I provide a space in which you can comfortably address your challenges with an experienced and caring counsellor. My approach includes empathic listening, unconditional support, interactive engagement, and respectful challenge. Together, we will explore the emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual factors impacting your life.
Sly Sarkisova, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, BA, BSW
“Welcome! It takes bravery to initiate supportive change and I would be honoured to help you facilitate that. As a psychotherapist with extensive experience supporting folks with self-esteem, identity, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma recovery, relationship issues, and substance misuse, my utmost concern is establishing a safe and supportive environment for you to reflect upon, explore and affirm your experiences. We don't often have enough supportive spaces that center our strengths and resiliencies, and therapy can be important to improve your sense of wellness, strengthen coping, and help you process the impacts of trauma in your life.
Cimberly R Nesker, Counselor  in Toronto
“I recognize that sometimes what we truly need is the space to express ourselves, our emotions and our fears, but this can be both scary and vulnerable. My aim is to create a safe and secure space where we can openly confront fears together and then learn new ways to overcome them. I have an extensive experience with anxiety and depression, bereavement and stress management and specialize with self-esteem work, life transitions and lack of motivation. I have worked in and am comfortable with both short and long-term counselling in both private work and within a group setting.
Nadia Stolpner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Hello and thank you for visiting. I offer warm, empowering and supportive individual and group services. My belief is that each person is a great being (by great i mean of unconditional value, unique and important) and am here to help people meet their goals. I tailor sessions to each client and address situations ranging from exploring one's life purpose and meaning, developing a personal connection with the Divine, living a more authentic and fulfilling life in areas such as work, relationships and self expression, building confidence in oneself, transforming anxiety or depression and receiving support with life transitions.
“During my 20 years in private practice I have learned that the most profound personal changes often occur within the context of a supportive and therapeutic relationship. My approach to psychotherapy is holistic and draws from a variety of theoretical perspectives including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioural, emotion-focused and existential approaches. I work collaboratively with my clients to develop an integrated approach to treatment that is tailored to the particular needs and interest of each client in order to promote personal discovery and growth. I am particularly interested in facilitating the exploration of life difficulties associated with relationships, life stressors and identity development.
Alex Borovoy, Counselor  in Toronto
“There can be a whole lot of feelings about seeing a therapist. It can feel daunting, frightening, and even embarrassing. Beginning therapy can also be an unimagined relief. It was for me when I began my own therapy almost twenty years ago. Reading these profiles means you have already taken an important first step in seeking that relief from whatever unhappiness or confusions you are feeling in your life and that you know it can be different. We are all an accumulation of our experiences. It is how we live with those experiences that can be the cause of so much pain in our lives. Therapy does not make those experiences go away, but it can help develop a new relationship to and understanding of them, within which we can find ways to live with more joy, vitality and ease in our lives.
Dr. Amy Hurley, Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I'm glad you found your way to this website and are taking the time to review my profile. I work with adolescents, adults, couples and families in the areas of Clinical and Health Psychology. For example, I work with concerns such as depression, loss and grief, anxiety, bipolar illness, body image/eating disorders, poor self-image/self-esteem, low motivation, misuse of substances and relationship difficulties. Also, I work with people who are having challenges associated with a medical condition, such as those managing diabetes, experiencing weight-related concerns or challenges associated with cancer.
Amy Greenleaf Brassert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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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.
Catherine Coyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“As a practical, results oriented therapist, my treatment approach will provide you with insight and feedback to help you address current and longstanding issues. I approach my work with sensitivity and compassion. With an intregration of complimentary methods, I draw upon a selection of styles and techniques to incorporate what is most helpful to you as an individual. I have been providing counselling for 20 years and appreciate the courage it takes to book that first appointment.
Cosmina Ionescu Vaccarino, Counselor  in Toronto
“We seek therapy when we desire change. My work focuses on transforming fears, anxieties, and insecurities into renewed energy. I coach people to discover uncover inner strength. I use powerful tools such as mindfulness and stress reduction. At any age, we can grow and we can heal, no matter what issues we face. I believe in individual creativity, and tapping into it during therapy helps you discover the harmony and beauty inside of yourself. I see great positive changes in how my clients see themselves and relate to others, a change in outlook and an increased sense of meaningfulness.

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