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Therapists in M5V 2A9

Jane Walsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“I am primarily a couple counsellor and my expertise is in the area family breakdown and the impact on children. Divorces are expensive emotionally and financially. The best way for your children to be happy is for you to be happy. I assist couples to reduce conflict, improve communication and renew their commitment to their relationship. I work with straight and LGBT couples and blended families. I provide family counselling when conflict is having a negative impact on child behaviour. I provide parenting coaching and support.
Jena Ledson, Counselor  in Toronto
“How is your life right now, and how would you like it to be? In therapy, these two fundamental questions guide an exploration and understanding of you and your current situation, while uncovering the means and tools to get you closer to what you really want - for yourself, in your work, and from the people around you.
Wendy Wine,   in Toronto
“Why consider choosing me as your therapist? You may be struggling in your relationship, with problematic coping strategies, depression, anxiety, or loneliness. 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 14 years of experience in private practice helping clients work through difficulty and reconnect. I listen without judgment, engage in meaningful dialogue, and will work with you to comprehend your current challenges and next steps.
Meghan Prosser, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I offer psychological assessment and psychotherapy for adults with a range of difficulties, including: depression, anxiety (e.g., posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, etc.), trauma, loss/grief, low self-esteem, interpersonal problems, life transitions, chronic pain and workplace stress.
Sara Fawkes, Counselor  in Toronto
“I provide psychotherapy and counselling services to Women. Although I help clients with a broad range of concerns, my specialties are stress/anxiety, depression, substance abuse, self-esteem and relationship concerns.
Nancy Hunter, Art Therapist  in Toronto
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Art Therapist, RCAT, CHt, EFT-Adv, NLP-MP
“I can help you make the changes within yourself and your life that you want to make, more easily and quickly than you would think. People find me easy to talk to, kind and insightful, in a way that helps you sort through and clarify your own thoughts and feelings, and find your way without imposing any particular direction. I can guide you through effective processes and techniques that really help, and teach you skills that you can use between sessions to help yourself and to move through your process more easily, and take with you as lifelong resources.
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.
Vaishali Patel, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with clients who battle Superwoman Syndrome. These clients are women who often take on too many responsibilities, doing things for others, and neglecting themselves as a result. I have found in today's society, with women being given many avenues to pursue greatness, that we have pursued these avenues at the cost of our wellness. I work with women to reestablish their focus on their own wellbeing, so they can be an effective member of their family, workplace, and society.
Counselling & Wellness for Adults & Adolescents, Counselor  in Toronto
“Powerfully step into the experience of life you've been longing for: increase confidence, reduce stress, and experience more joy. You can expect a safe, supportive, and results-oriented experience.
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.
Don Edwards, Counselor  in Toronto
“I focus mainly on the issues confronting gay men: coming out, loneliness, dating, relationship issues, family conflict, developing acceptance, dealing with depression, anxiety, loss and adaptation in these situations. My clients are also students, artists, professionals and people of dealing with profound life changes, both LGBT and straight. I am particularly interested in the role of creative expression in supporting personal growth, individual identity and overall mental health.
Asish Purushan, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychotherapist/counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. People come to see me for help with anxiety, stress, depression, self-esteem, grief, loss, isolation, trauma, family & relationship issues, loneliness, sexual orientation worries, gender identity concerns, LGBT counselling, transgender counselling, addiction issues, etc. Services are offered in English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam or Tamil in a conveniently located downtown location. I offer cybercounselling as well. I hold a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology (M.Ed.) from OISE, University of Toronto.
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.
CAREERGASM - Sarah Vermunt,   in Toronto
“I help people create work that feels good. That might mean figuring out what you want (harder than you think), making a career change (both scary and exciting), dreaming up a business of your own (where to start?), or taking it to the next level (gut-driven strategy). In short, I help people get to the place they aspire to be - at work and in life...because everyone (yes, even you!) can pursue mind-blowing work that thrills and delights.
Douglas Daher, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Suffering is seldom absent from any individual's life, wounds we endure need healing. For 30 years I have sat with those in distress acknowledging, dialoguing with and integrating their suffering into healing process. There are seldom quick answers to complicated life issues, being with another to endure suffering together, is a beginning. Besides facing our pain, imagining healing is essential for wellness. Our own self esteem, creativity, ability to play and the ways to self nurture need attention when darker aspects of life overshadow meaning and purpose. What is shared, endured and gained seldom is easily defined, but enhances transformation. To meet, is to try.
Megan Rafuse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“People come to therapy when they are facing life challenges and are looking to find solutions. Though the decision to begin therapy can be a difficult one, it is also one of the most beneficial decisions that you can make for yourself. In working together, I can help you to explore and identify your emotions and patterns of thinking and bring a new perspective to the challenges that you are experiencing. I can also assist you in developing new ways of coping with the difficulties you are facing and help you to find a new sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in your life.
Sandy Kiaizadeh, Counselor  in Toronto
“Hello! My name is Sandy and I am the Clinical Director of Toronto's Mindful Solutions Clinic and founder of Find Your Bliss Coaching. I work with clients facing a number of difficulties, such as self-worth/self-esteem, anxiety, depression, disordered eating behaviour, interpersonal difficulties (personal and/or professional), life transitions, and stress management. My primary offices are located on the subway line downtown, with a satellite office in Leaside. I accept most Canadian insurance plans at my Edward Street location.
Jennifer Kalb, Counselor  in Toronto
“The decision to seek help is a brave one. Taking control of your life and becoming aware of who you really are through self reflection can generate benefits worthy of the challenge. We can get stuck in reliving the past and fantasizing about the future. It is only in the present where true living can occur. Empathy, creativity, sensitivity and humour play central roles in my approach. Also, ensuring that you - as my client - understand that we are equals, working together to focus on your personal growth
Laura Hetherington,   in Toronto
“My practice includes a range of people and issues and I enjoy that diversity. At the same time, each client brings a curiosity about themselves and a desire for something different in their lives. A common denominator is their need to be seen, heard, valued and included by others. I am honoured to be an insightful witness to my clients as they discover and express themselves more authentically; and experience felt shifts in body and perspective that enable them to align what they want, with what they receive and do.
Mahboubeh Katirai, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD-ABT, MA, Sociolo, Certifi
“People who have come for therapy to me have had struggles with isolation, loneliness, trauma, depression and anxiety. Together we have worked so they would form new relationships and more dignified connections, become more receptive to changes in life, and be able to live their lives closer to what they hope both for themselves and their communities. As a queer identified therapist I have also worked extensively with LGBTTQ communities around issues of sexual and cultural identity, queer parenting, developing healthy relationships with partners and family.
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