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Therapists in M5V 2A9

Leslie Ann Molnar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Life is a process and journey that takes us in several different directions; sometimes we come to a crossroads where we must reconsider the direction our life is taking. Navigating the countless opportunities and challenges in life can often be overwheming. In my practice, I work with you to explore options and possibilities for change; I believe that knowing you have choices in your life can foster hope and confidence in reaching your desired goals.
Renuka C Gupta, Psychologist  in Toronto
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Psychologist, Supervi, CPsych, PhD, CHT, PLRT
“MY WORK SPEAKS ABOUT ME: CASE 1:Client had issues with her mother since childhood.There was a Love-Hate relation between mother-daughter, Daughter lived in guilt & depression,till she came to me for treatment, apart from CBT/REBT, Hypnotherapy, it was Past Life Regression therapy which brought a drastic change in her personality.CASE 2:LD,ADHD,ODD:Being a Registered clinical psychologist in India,I researched & found,children who were improved on social relations,improved on academics compared to children who were not provided social skills.what each child needs is a way to express themselves,a way to communicate.
Gregory Knoll, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Hello everyone. I am a registered psychologist and work with children, adolescents, and young adults. In therapy, I help clients master cognitive (thinking) and behavioural strategies to address a variety of challenges including: stress; worry; anxiety; obsessive-compulsive tendencies; low self-esteem; depression; anger management; and relationship conflicts. I work primarily from a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) framework. CBT involves awareness of the connection between thoughts, feelings, behaviours, and environmental triggers. The goal of therapy is to develop the necessary skills, so regular therapy is not needed. I also use clients' strengths to help them move towards their goals.
Amanda M Beaman, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered clinical psychologist who provides comprehensive assessments and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. I practice Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I offer treatment in Toronto and Vaughan/Woodbridge. I regularly provide skype treatment for individuals unable to access services in-person. Specialty areas: Group CBT, Depression, Panic,Worry, Perfectionism, Social Anxiety, Phobias, OCD, Anger, PTSD, Relationships, Hair Pulling, and Insomnia. CBT is a short-term, evidenced-based treatment. My treatments are focused on helping the client become "their own therapist" through the learning of life-long skills. I am open to email inquiries about the process without obligation.
Hanna Kim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Receive the help you need from the convenience of your own home or office. I offer secure online counselling (live chat and email) and telephone counselling options. Do you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts or life's unexpected surprises? Sometimes our stress, past, and current circumstances can get the better of us. It can be extremely helpful to talk through some of these issues with another person who knows how to listen and offer guidance, support, and helpful coping strategies.
Jim Cullen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, RSW
“As a clinical social worker with over 20 years experience working with the LGBTTIQ community, I provide psychotherapy services to adult individuals and couples experiencing difficulties in a number of life areas. LGBTTIQ people are particularly vulnerable to mental health struggles and addiction due to stigmatization, trauma and other societal oppressions. My practice integrates evidence based, anti-oppression, and trauma informed practices within a harm reduction framework. Research indicates that the professional therapeutic alliance is key to successful therapy outcomes and I work to provide a safe, supportive environment for people to explore issues and conflicts they may be experiencing.
Matt Cahill, Counselor  in Toronto
“If you're reading this, you're probably looking for some support. I come to psychotherapy from a creative background (film, writing), but I also know the sharp edges of the working world - it sometimes doesn't seem to care who we are as individuals. I don't think a therapist's learning is ever complete - I have several years of training and continue to upgrade my understanding through seminars and professional development. My rates are affordable and my office is conveniently located in downtown Toronto. I work with both individuals and couples, and offer a free initial consultation.
Eilenna Denisoff, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Before becoming a psychologist I was as a registered nurse and gained valuable knowledge and experience working with people with a vast range of physical and psychological needs. Knowledge and experience are combined with strong caring and compassion in my clinical work. I received my PhD in clinical psychology at York University in Toronto. My training included work at the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, the Toronto General Hospital, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) where I was the head of the Clinical Treatment Team at the Psychological Trauma Program working with clients who experienced trauma.
Gene Simon, Counselor  in Toronto
“There are times in our lives when we can't see the wood for the trees and it seems as though we are falling backwards into the same hole. I believe that through the process of therapy we can uncover our strengths and find our way forward. I believe that we can grow and change by challenging our way of seeing ourselves, others and the world. I believe that changing these perceptions will help us feel better about ourselves and help us operate more effectively. My strength is in the way in which I work, which is both collaborative and creative.
Trudi Strasberg, Counselor  in Toronto
“At Bay St. & Adelaide St., helping individual adults with anger, mild depression, anxiety, career, relationships, past traumas, and indecision. Highly tailored approach, to suit individual needs and goals. Sun Life, Equitable Life, & Green Shield often cover my services. Also, I elect to have a Psychologist supervise my practice; some plans will cover Psychologist-supervised services. My work is always professional, empathetic, intelligent, and accepting, and most people feel very comfortable talking to me. I genuinely enjoy seeing my clients succeed in achieving their counselling and life goals, and I always do my best to help them do so.
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.
Peter Farvolden, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Dr. Farvolden received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Waterloo and completed his residency training at the Toronto General Hospital. He has worked as a clinician, researcher, and administrator in a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Farvolden is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and he holds adjunct academic appointments in psychology at the University of Waterloo and Ryerson University.
Mio Yokoi, Toronto Therapist, Counselor  in Toronto
“Are you feeling as though there should be "more" to life? That there should be 'more' satisfying relationships, 'more' self-awareness, and 'more' understanding of yourself and your place in the world? If you're here, you've likely been grappling with difficulties and you may have been searching for how to take the steps toward growth and change that it takes to make life less distressing and more fulfilling. As a relational psychotherapist, I provide the attention, empathy, compassion, and engagement to assist you in navigating the choppy waters of self-discovery.
Tanya Cotler (Phd Supervised Practice), Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a Clinical Psychologist passionate about helping people improve their relationships with themselves and with others, balancing the development of agency with creating real connections. My work involves helping people understand their patterns of relating, feeling, thinking and behaving; bringing about change when necessary and acceptance for what is not changeable. I believe that patterns of relating develop over time and therefore I am dedicated to working with individuals of all ages. When working with adolescents and adults I use various evidence based treatment practices (CBT, DBT) and combine these with a relational, insight oriented approach.
Rupert Raj, Counselor  in Toronto
“I counsel straight and LGBTI clients around a diversity of issues (including trauma, self-esteem, body image, depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, isolation, alienation, refugee and settlement issues, coming out, transitioning, etc.). I also provide therapeutic support to transsexual/transgender, genderqueer, intersex, two- spirit, pansexual, bisexual, queer and straight people around individual, relationship and family issues (including issues related to gender non-conforming youth). As well, I serve older clients (50+) around issues related to aging, depression, addiction, disability, isolation, loss, grief and retirement. To accommodate people anywhere in the Global Village, I now also offer Skype and telephone sessions.
Clear Path Solutions, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I offer effective, collaborative therapy for individuals, couples and adult families tailored to your personal needs, goals and financial situation. I am a senior clinical psychologist with more than 15 years experience helping people manage personal, family, health and work crises, as well as addictions. You are guaranteed that within three sessions you will feel noticeably better and have a clear plan to manage or solve your immediate difficulties. I offer an initial consultation session to get you started that is free if you decide not to continue further. For more information about my practice and our firm's services visit our website clearpathsolutions.ca
(416) 597-2614 x112
Zlata Kovaltchouk, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA, RPCc
“My approach is supportive, compassionate, strength-based, and client-centred. The course of therapy will unfold differently for every client. It will depend on you and your needs. Together we will work in a safe, genuine, and supportive environment, to begin to find solutions, navigate through challenges, and build the skills that will help you work through difficult obstacles and move towards positive change. My goal is to help clients get unstuck and moving in the direction of a rich and meaningful life, by cultivating a different type of relationship with their thoughts and feelings.
Micheline Savard, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychologist with 14 years of experience, 5 years as a licensed clinical psychologist and 9 years prior as a psychotherapist. I work with adults, couples, adolescents and families. I am privileged to have worked with people on issues that include anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, infidelity, LGBT, sexual problems, difficulty managing stress, loneliness, dissatisfaction with relationship at work or at home, family relationship conflicts, couple relationship difficulties, addiction, work-related problems, coping with chronic illness and injuries, abuse, lifestyle changes, and difficult life transitions such as loss of a loved one, divorce, or career changes.
Liv Capozzi, Psychological Associate  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, C, Psych, Assoc
“I am a registered Psychological Associate, licensed to provide services in Clinical and Rehabilitation Psychology. I am a lecturer at the Adler Graduate Professional School, and have over 7 years of experience in multidisciplinary clinics and private practice. I have helped clients deal with issues such as trauma, anxiety, chronic pain, depression, addictions, eating disorders, self-esteem, and stress. I am trained in a wide range of treatment methods that I integrate in a collaborative approach with my clients, attending to their individual needs. Through continuous professional development, I have continued to advance and enhance my skills and techniques.
Andrew Benedetto, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, DAnPsy, CAPT
“When difficult issues and emotions take time and energy away from important parts of your life, psychotherapy can help you gain new perspectives toward insight and healing.
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