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Therapists in M5R

Jenna Koens  in Toronto
“If you're trying to find a therapist, you are probably in a great deal of suffering. Life has its peaks and valleys and you may be currently at the depth of the Grand Canyon. It's alright to be there, but it's not easy. You have realized this, and are aware that you need some guidance to assist you through these tough times. Congratulations, you have already taken the first step towards healing by searching for a therapist. When you book an appointment with me you will experience a stimulating environment where you will be free to explore.
Ingrid Cryns,   in Toronto
“Are you ready to heal at a deeper level beyond just talk therapy? As an experienced Body Psychotherapist (Certified Bioenergetic Therapist since 2004), I offer a safe, non-judgmental healing space to find meaning and understanding of your soul's journey. I offer core healing for traumatic, confusing or painful pasts so that you can truly to grow into a more balanced, peaceful and vibrant human being. I work with women, men or couples in a relational approach that focuses on being present & grounded in harmony with a healthy Earth and at the same time open to a spiritual awareness that is supportive and fulfilling.
Valerie Marsha Gerechter, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy is about feeling better about yourself, extending to feeling better about your whole life situation. This may mean making changes in your life, or just learning to become comfortable with yourself. I work to create an atmosphere of trust between myself and my clients, supporting the individuals I work with to move forward in their lives.
Martin H. Y. Chan, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA, CHt
“If you have depression, anxiety, fears, constant worries, anger, grief, insomnia, relationship issues, low self-confidence, school-related challenges; my client-centered approach could help you to work on your issues in a constructive way to guide you in a healing journey towards greater happiness and calamity. My education and training includes postgraduate education at UCLA in c.counselling and school psychology, post-graduate education at UC Berkeley in Psychology, diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy from American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy training from Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, Harvard Graduate School of Education professional education, Weight Management Counseling program from Yale School of Medicine.
Lee Shields, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, BSW
“Hello, My name is Lee Shields and I've been working as a psychotherapist in Toronto, for over 17 years. I have a MA from European Graduate School, Switzerland and a BSW from Ryerson University. I have also trained as a relational psychotherapist at the Toronto Institute for Relational Psychotherapy. I have worked as a clinical social worker at CAMH and currently hold a clinical psychotherapist position at the Griffin Centre. Since 2003, I have been a core faculty member with ISIS Canada. I have experience working with adults, who have struggled with anxiety and depression.
Kara Garcia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Hello. If you need somewhere to go... just a safe place to think out loud... I'm a good listener. Sometimes people believe their thoughts and feelings are overwhelming. Sometimes they think it's best not to think about it. But here's the key: Your thoughts don't define you. You are not your feelings. Thoughts and feelings come and go, like the weather changing.
Nat Roman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MSc
“As an Individual, Couple & Family Therapist I am passionate about supporting clients in creating meaningful and sustainable changes in their lives and relationships. The decision to seek therapy and the process of finding the right therapist can be challenging. Without the right fit it can be difficult to open up about your challenges and get the support that you need. I am deeply committed to creating a safe, warm, caring, and respectful therapeutic environment where you can trust that you will be heard, understood, and offered appropriate and effective support.
Victoria Lorient-Faibish, Counselor  in Toronto
“As a Holistic Psychotherapist, I work with family of origin issues, unresolved patterns of behaviour, grief & loss, depression, codependency, anxiety, addictions, marital strife, parenting, mother, father, & sibling issues, life purpose issues, workplace disharmony, repetition/compulsion distress, poor self esteem, conflict resolution, trauma, eating disorders and anything else that is compromising a person from fully living in joy, ease, well being, health and happiness.
Kenya Thompson-Leonardelli, Psychologist  in Toronto
“As a Toronto registered psychologist with over 14 years of psychotherapy experience, I am committed to providing guidance and support as clients explore their emotions, increase their mood, decrease their worry, overcome fear, improve their communications, develop personal insights, enhance their relationships, and improve general coping.
Dawn N Binkowski, Counselor  in Toronto
“Sadness, depression, anxiety or anger can interfere with our enjoyment of life and keep us stuck. Our inability to tolerate these feelings can lead to addictive patterns or behaviours which threaten to take over our life. Sometimes we establish a pattern of unhealthy relationships and can't understand how we have ended up there, once again. My style is supportive, compassionate, warm and honest. I will provide you with helpful feedback about how you get in your own way and I will work with you to find a new path that fits for you.
The Clinic On Dupont, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Dr. Randy Katz is founder and director of The Clinic, a multi-disciplinary treatment centre located in the heart of Toronto. He was awarded his Ph.D. from the University of London, Institute of Psychiatry, London, England in 1982, following an Honours B.A. degree at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1978. Following this, he pursued post-doctoral training with Professor Peter McGuffin in the Department of Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, England. McGuffin and Katz are recognized as pioneers in the study of social and genetic factors in depressive illness.
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Eric Evans, Counselor  in Toronto
“The psychotherapy I provide goes well beyond the simple ways we often think about ourselves: depressed, anxious, traumatized etc. These are useful labels but for each person there is a whole lifetime leading up to those ideas. You can think about them alone, but talking with the safety and care that I provide makes all the difference. Psychotherapy is about how you talk to me, what you say, when you say it and the confidentiality creates a space where we can bring all the ways you may be with me to awareness.
Len Choptiany, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA, DipGIT
“I developed Groundwork as an alternate modality to psychotherapy. Groundwork clients include artists, therapists, social workers and especially those for whom traditional psychotherapy has not been of benefit. If you're someone who feels stuck, and needs fresh tools and penetrating dialog to move forward, Groundwork may be a good match.
Diana Powell,   in Toronto
“Do you suffer from unbearable and overwhelming feelings such as shame, anxiety, depression, fear of going crazy, or feeling unsafe? Talking to a therapist & having her listen without judgement or an agenda can be transformative. Please see www.integralpsychotherapy.ca for a detailed description of my approach; examples are attachment theory, trauma techniques, and Ken Wilber's integral psychotherapy. Also, I study Buddhism and its integration with therapy; I use Buddhist mindfulness with interested clients. I pay attention to feelings and what blocks them, as well as to distorted beliefs that influence us but may be out of awareness.
Liane Odze-Silver,   in Toronto
“I am a relational psychotherapist who works to help clients find a sense of empowerment around the issues that are troubling them, to help them explore and understand the meaning and impact of these experiences, and to find change. I draw on many theories, and work particularly in a psychodynamic way (seeing how one is impacted in the present by one's past experiences). With clients who would like to work on childhood issues, I help them resolve and integrate those experiences - family issues, relationship issues, trauma. Together we decide whether short or long term work is preferred.
Rosa Bergman,   in Toronto
CTP-DIP, MTC, OSP, CAPT
“Reasons for starting therapy are many: depression and anxiety, trauma, disordered eating habits, and self-defeating behaviours. Therapy is a process whereby the client is encouraged to examine her or his life story. The therapist requires tenderness and maturity in working with clients, allowing them to express, in their own time, anger, shame, frustration-any number of emotions-so that healing and transformation can happen and they can come to see themselves as unique human beings. Therapy helps clients accept what is broken in themselves by opening to new possibilities and freeing themselves from old patterns.
Zoe Ferguson,   in Toronto
“If you choose to work with me I will strive to create a safe, respectful and meaningful relationship with you. I will listen carefully, with empathy and without judgement. Sometimes I ask a lot of questions in order to understand, to the best of my ability, what things are like for you. In working together to help me understand your story, usually what happens is that things start to make more sense for you too. Confusion often gives way to clarity. Feelings such as anxiety, anger, depression and isolation often subside as well.
Rob Nolan, Psychologist  in Toronto
“My therapy practice helps people who are trying to prevent or manage health problems and who are concerned about emotional distress or their ability to function optimally at work or in social activities. My approach to therapy as a Psychologist has been enriched by my experience as an Assistant Professor in Medicine and Psychology, and as a Clinical Researcher and Supervisor in a major university teaching hospital. I am dedicated to working collaboratively with each person. I provide cognitive-behavioral therapy and motivational counseling to help my clients feel ready and confident to:
Carol L Melnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, CBT
“Ideally, therapy is a partnership between a client and myself where we work together to alleviate troublesome symptoms and to develop your unique potential and life. I view myself as a guide, witness, and someone who "accompanies" you in your journey towards relationship health, wholeness, "soul joy" and pleasure. I work well with a wide variety of issues and people. My integrative approach includes a focus on your thought processes and beliefs, your relationship patterns, your feelings and your body experience, and your sense of meaning and purpose.
“As a Registered Psychologist and a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst I offer consultation, psychodynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. My private practice with individuals and couples includes late adolescents, adults of all ages and genders. Professionally, I supervise and teach on the faculty of the Canadian Institute of Psychoanalysis. As past director of the Canadian Institute of Psychoanalysis (Quebec English)and a member of the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society and the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (CPS) and North American Representative, International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA)I have been active on a number of committees, (CPS Curriculum Committee, Ethics Committees and the IPA Publications Committee).

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