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Psychosis Therapists in M5V 2A9
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Noah Lazar, Psychologist  in Toronto
“As a registered psychologist, I offer assessment and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for a wide-range of difficulties, including mood and anxiety disorders (e.g., Social Phobia, Specific Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), chronic pain, relationship issues, and stress-related difficulties. My practice also involves working with clients dealing with schizophrenia and psychosis. I frequently teach CBT workshops, including CBT fundamentals, as well as CBT treatment for depression, anxiety and psychosis, and am an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto. I am a board member of the Ontario Psychological Association.
Psychosis
Paul Kelly, Psychologist  in Toronto
“The Mindfulness Clinic offers practical and effective mindfulness-based services, including group therapy and individual psychotherapy. We offer therapy in-person and online. Our fees are covered by most insurance plans. Our clinicians have experience with psychotherapy, yoga and meditation. They can help you with many different kinds of problems.
Psychosis
(416) 847-7118 x153
Renuka C Gupta, Psychologist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, CPsych, Supervi, 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.
Psychosis
Anka Krivokuca, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Through life we can encounter uncertainty, loss and confusion on our path towards inner growth. Having to chose a therapist should not be one of such barriers. In my work I effectively use evidence based therapeutic approaches in helping people manage and heal from overwhelming emotions, trauma, anxiety, depression, shame, abuse, low self esteem, relationship problems, and other issues. My work is collaborative non judgemental, compassionate, respectful, thoroughly confidential and preserves dignity of people.
Psychosis
(647) 386-2918
Office is near:
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1S2
Clare Pentelow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Psychosis
Helen Reilly,   in Toronto
“Clients who thrive in Gestalt Psychotherapy are not merely looking for symptom relief, but want real authetic change in their lives. And because change is hard, we often resist it at the expense of greater vitality and satifaction in life! As a therapist, my style offers real opportunites for change where you will both suported and challenged. My style is supportive and direct, and I see therapy as a procees that will be co-created between you and I with your goal for greater satisfaction in life as my compass.
Psychosis
Ontario Society of Psychotherapists,   in Toronto
“Feeling down or anxious? Relationship difficulties? Struggling with addiction? OSP is the professional home to over 300 psychotherapists in Ontario. Our searchable online directory at www.psychotherapyontario.com will help you find a qualified therapist who is the right match for you and the issues you wish to address.
Psychosis
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. I am a queer and trans positive psychotherapist with extensive experience supporting folks in managing mental health and addictions issues, mood and anxiety concerns, identity exploration and affirmation, healthful relationships, and processing experiences of trauma. My utmost concern is establishing a safe and supportive environment for you to reflect upon, explore and affirm your strengths and resiliencies. I take an integrative, anti-oppressive approach to mood management and self regulation that focuses on improving your self awareness, coping strategies, and wellbeing.
Psychosis
Ann Beckett, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor
“I have been working for 21 years. I specialize in working with neglect, chronic and acute abuse. I enjoy offering clients a chance to reach their full potential. I enjoy working with problems that seem unmanageable, but have seen change over and over again. I like to adjust all therapy work to suit each individual situation. I certified in sensorimotor psychotherapy. I now use neurofeedback treatments as an adjunct to therapy.
Psychosis
(647) 931-1415
Office is near:
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3C2
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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.
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.
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.
Sabine Monique Buhlmann,   in Toronto
“I am a life coach, a meditation and yoga teacher. My work aims to help you to live a happy life, overcome your obstacles and realize your dreams. I studied life coaching at the Institute of Applied Psychology of the University of Zurich, Switzerland. I also completed a three year program in Transactional Analysis, an approach that combines psychology and psychotherapy. I have been practicing meditation for more then ten years and integrate Mindfulness Meditation into my life coaching process. I attained my Applied Mindfulness Specialist certificate at the University of Toronto.
Jim Cullen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
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.
Dr. Eva @ Flow in Change, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am very passionate about empowering women through life transitions: first serious relationships, break ups, professional successes, or disappointments, marriage, motherhood, loss of a loved one, and menopause. Every life brings constant changes and inescapable losses that break our hearts open and transform us. We all grow and expand as we live. Are you feeling the life you are currently living is not what you have hoped for and things are not supposed to be the way they are? Are you feeling anxious, exhausted, frustrated, disappointed?
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.
Shirley Katz, Counselor  in Toronto
“Hi there. I am an experienced Doctoral level Psychotherapist that works well with who feel misunderstood. I am direct and genuine, caring and personal. I work well with people who need honesty and measurable change or ongoing support. My background includes participation in the Arts and Health/Fitness. I take a holistic, body/mind approach that is empowerment focused, making sure clients are happy with the progress and process of therapy. Clients I see often are intelligent, gifted, creative, with diverse ethnicity or lifestyles. I work well with Relationships, Eating Disorders, Anxiety and LGBT issues.
Rae Dolman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MASc, RMFT
“Heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals are welcome to work on concerns which include: absence of orgasm; erectile or ejaculation difficulties, sexual trauma, mismatched levels of desire, infertility; sexual concerns related to the natural aging process, illness, or chronic pain; and relationship concerns. Using a variety of techniques I hope to help you initiate, restore, and/or improve the emotional and sexual elements of your intimate relationships.
(416) 586-4800 x2760
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.
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