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Therapists in K1S 1S3

Roanne Leeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“As a therapist, I know that we will all face unique challenges, issues, and transitions during our lifetime- sometimes to get through these difficult times, we need to seek guidance and support from a professional source. My role will be to explore these challenges with you in a comfortable and supportive environment, and to assist in you in developing ways to cope and move forward. I look forward to connecting with new clients, and empowering them to develop the tools needed to move through difficult times in their lives based on their own strengths.
Dr Lise Mercier, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I am a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My approach typically draws from several different schools of thought, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (identifying and modifying thought patterns or perceptions that influence behaviours and that may underlie or prolong psychological distress), psychodynamic therapy (helping to discover what may be going on in the unconscious mind), and systemic therapy (helping to foster an understanding of interactional patterns and dynamics). I strive to adapt my approach to each client's individual and developmental needs.
Donna M Noakes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“From years of working in the helping profession I have a strong belief in the resilience of the human spirit and see this confirmed each day in my practice. Helping people work through the strain and difficulties that life can bring and helping them find their own resilience is rewarding. It is sometimes about carrying hope for people until they can carry hope for themselves and it is always a rich experience.
Janice Falls, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I bring to my work a deep conviction that we are all imperfectly perfect and intrinsically good human beings. The focus of my practice is the importance of living life intentionally and consciously, as best we can, as we face the trauma of everyday living. As a therapist, I am listening for your integrated, authentic self, your strengths and resilience, not what is "wrong" with you. My training and experience include the role of mindfulness in psychotherapy, non-traditional treatment of grief and mourning, the use of poetry to deepen our connection to ourselves and others.
Svetlana Danilovna Mikhailova Phd, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Life can be overwhelming at times...Are you feeling depressed? You may suffering with trauma, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, or struggling with relationship difficulties...Why not use professional help and see the science and therapy become beneficial for you. I offer a variety of therapeutic techniques. Although there are many similarities in the human experience, we all have unique qualities and problems. I develop a tailor-made program to meet your individual's needs.The primary goal is positive change-new choices, options, behaviors, coping strategies, better relationship in order to improve the quality of your life or reduce symptoms.
Grief Counselling Ottawa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
“You may be adjusting to a life threatening illness or may be a family/friend of someone seriously ill. Anticipatory grief refers to the grieving that begins even before a death occurs. You may also be grieving the loss of someone and need an opportunity to explore your experience; Feelings of loss are unique to each individual. Journeying and walking alongside the mourner is my focus as you develop an understanding of your grief and its affect on yourself, your family and the relationship with the person who has died.
Paul Leblanc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“It is my pleasure to provide therapy, counselling in the Ottawa region and have for 15 years. I originate from a small central Ontario community and since coming to Ottawa for graduate work have not strayed. I have a lovely spouse Bonnie and two amazing daughters Hope and Melody. I must say I have changed as a therapist after becoming a parent. My personal and professional interests lend currently towards emotions and the interplay with secure/insecure attachment with its impact on mood. As a therapist I am current in Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectic Behavioral, attachment and Emotion Focused Therapy.
Pamela Green Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Deciding to meet with a counsellor is not an easy decision. At Ottawa Carleton Counselling and Psychotherapy Services, we try our very best to make this choice stress free. Some clients report feeling ready when they cannot eliminate feelings like they are "facing an uphill battle" or that they are "overwhelmed" by daily life stressors and need support. My holistic approach to counselling encompasses the use of mindfulness and relaxation techniques, as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Schema Based therapy practices. Additionally I have experience treating clients from a variety of other different treatment modalities, including Attachment Theory and Solution Focused Therapy.
Sharon Hobbs, Counselor  in Ottawa
“As a certified coach and psychotherapist with a passion and enthusiasm for people, my goal is to help you gain the insights, tools and strategies to best support positive change. I have spent over 20 years working with people to create meaningful relationships in all aspects of personal and professional life. Using a collaborative approach, I assist clients in gaining greater understanding of their individual needs in alignment with key strengths to shift behaviour and evoke growth.
Pam Forward, Psychiatric Nurse  in Ottawa
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Psychiatric Nurse, RN, MA(cnd), AccFM, CPMed, OAF
“As a Registered Nurse, with Graduate training in Conflict Resolution and Legal Studies, I specialize in helping people resolve conflict in a non-adversarial way which is the least costly to your health and well-being and financially. If you are feeling troubled, anxious and even overwhelmed about situations in your family or work-life, or contemplating separation or divorce, a consultation at Mediation Place can help open up new pathways to deal with the issues and help you regain your composure and inner peace.
Martin Rovers, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Dr. Martin Rovers, Ph.D. Ontario Registered Psychologist, works with individuals, couples, and families from a holistic approach. Dr. Rovers is a Clinical Fellow with the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Rovers is an author of HEALING THE WOUNDS IN COUPLE RELATIONSHIPS. Martin's therapy approach includes family of origin, emotionally focused, with emphasis on creating secure attachments within the relationship. Martin works within Capital Choice Counselling Group. CCCG is a well established counselling company consisting of over 40 experienced, professional counsellors and psychotherapists who can often see you within ONE week.
Wendy Ryan  in Ottawa
“Stressed? Overwhelmed? Depressed? Anxious? Pressed for time? Need some counselling or life coaching but want to get exercise and fresh air at the same time? Try "Walk & Talk Therapy". By walking and talking with a trained therapist, you will combine the benefits of exercise, fresh air and counselling. Exercise promotes the release of endorphins (feel-good hormones) and gets more oxygen to the brain, allowing for more creativity and better problem solving. Take a break from your work day and return refreshed, re-energised and more productive. Walk and Talk sessions are available in Ottawa, Aylmer, Hull, and the Pontiac.
Aimee Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“My clinical social work practice is focused on children, youth, adults and families who are experiencing difficult transitions. I excel at working with people on a variety of issues related to grief and loss, anger management, caregiver stress and distress, depression and anxiety, self-esteem and bullying, issues specific to women, blended families, dealing with aging parents and parenting skills.
Miguel Nucete-Crowther, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I work in individual therapy with adults, who are experiencing depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, life transitions, isolation, burnout syndrome, low self-esteem, high levels of stress, communication and relationship issues. I am passionate about working in therapy by creating a strong relationship within a warm and safe environment, to help you gain insights into your functioning, and provide new ways of seeing yourself. I also specialize in helping individuals with chronic illnesses to cope with their health issues, the emotional process related to the acceptance of the disease, medical treatments, and any other concern that may arise.
Valérie Mirota, Counselor  in Ottawa
“*ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* Saturday morning appointments available. As human beings we are faced with many challenges in our journey to happiness. We all struggle at some point in our lives and being able to share our difficulties with someone who is accepting and non-judgmental can be beneficial. If you are struggling with concerns like grief, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues, anger management, life transitions, academic issues and/or career direction then you don't have to face that alone, and together we can work towards the goals that you would like to achieve.
Mike Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I especially invite you to contact me if you see the importance of getting to the root of your issues. We will look at your experiences growing up, and talk about your relationship with your parents and other significant people in your life. A better understanding of our childhood can tell us a lot about how we've been shaped to become who we are today. I often encourage clients to bring in a significant other. I have faced my own struggles, exploring my past and my relationships, as I worked toward change. I am a Registered Provider with the First Nations Inuit Health Branch.
Lisa A Zimmerman, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Most people will struggle with emotional issues, difficult relationships, self esteem, loss or a variety of other stressors at some point in their lives. Learning skills to deal with these effectively can make a huge difference to how much enjoyment and satisfaction you can get out of life. It is important to me to provide an opportunity for people to be able to explore their concerns safely and without judgement. I firmly believe that everyone has the capacity to improve their emotional health and sense of well being.
Victoria Homan, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I see individuals for a variety of concerns, such as; anxiety, depression, self-esteem, confidence, relationship issues, negative thinking, life transitions, academic issues and career direction. All of us have times in our lives when we feel stuck, unable to cope, or just in need of support. My aim as a therapist is to help you through life's challenges and to help you move towards your goals.
Megan Longstaff,   in Ottawa
“I am a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My theoretical framework is a cognitive behavioral style. Essentially, this means therapy involves taking a look at thinking patterns that are getting in the way of progress. Most people are unaware of their thinking patterns and how they influence our emotional state and behavior. Depending on the issue, therapy may involve changing this thinking pattern in a number of different ways. Clients adopt a new thinking style that is more adaptive, leading to healthier and happier lives.
Sheila Purcell, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I view therapy as an opportunity to examine thoughts, feelings and behaviors that may be relevant to your distressing life situations. My goal is to help you feel more comfortable with yourself so you can deal more effectively with your relationships and your environment. Then you can make the decisions that are best for you and your future.

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