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Uliyana Markova, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSc
“I am a trained psychotherapist working with individuals and couples. My offices are conveniently located in downtown Toronto and North York close to the subway. Good psychotherapy alleviates the emotional pain, awakens the mind, enlivens the body, and opens the heart to love and creativity. It is a process that both calms and excites. Whether you need to resolve an immediate painful challenge, or desire to take the longer path to deepening your self-understanding, I will work with you with presence, attention, and care.
Pamela Larrondo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I offer my services from a client-centered, anti-oppression, and culturally-competent framework. Many years of practice in evidence-based and alternative clinical/healing practices to competently address issues resulting in anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, dissociation, stress and illness, and relationship challenges. I specialize in psychodynamic practice to allow for deeper healing of past emotional and trauma-related wounds. Emotionally-focused couples therapy is also my specialty. I enjoy working with people of all ages, gender, class, races, cultures, abilities, sexual orientations and life-styles. I strive diligently to help clients achieve more joy, balance, and well-being.
Sharon Bedard,   in Toronto
“There is always more to a person than they can be immediately conscious of. There are things we feel or won't feel; do or won't do; and we don't always know why. We are influenced by experiences outside of our immediate awareness. Psychotherapy is a conversation uniquely capable of bringing these experiences into awareness. In the process of speaking out loud to another person, both parties must listen attentively to hear those things that are difficult to say. It is important to be open to the possibility of being surprised by what one can say out loud.
Degan Arthur Davis, Counselor  in Toronto
“With seven years of experience as the head counsellor at The Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences, I offer professional support for anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and family challenges. My use of both Gestalt Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) gives me a wide range of options for support for both individual and couples. Gestalt focuses on the 'here and now,' our body experiences and childhood patterns and helps us be present in our relationships. CBT has been rigorously tested in over 1000 studies, and is a therapy that supports depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD), panic and anxiety, phobias and stress.
Alla Arshakyan, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a compassionate, solution-focused therapist. My goal is to create an encouraging, calm and relaxed atmosphere, and to work in respectful collaboration with the client. I will listen to you, I will understand you - and will never judge. I provide ongoing support and practical recommendations to help clients effectively address personal life challenges or cope with stressful situations. We are going to discover your inner strengths and build on them, gaining valuable insights and discovering ways to solve your problems.
Adam Crabtree, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, PhD
“Most people start psychotherapy with some difficulty or confusion in their lives, something that needs attention. That is the way it was at the beginning of my own therapy, which was a long time ago now. Then, after some of the problems and some of the confusion begin to give way, when relationships improve and feelings of self confidence and respect grow stronger, therapy tends to take on more of a feeling of adventure, the adventure of your own unfolding life.
Lori Dennis, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA
“Talk therapy is designed to heal your emotional wounds. With the power of talk therapy, I can help you address and resolve: low self esteem; depression; anxiety; trauma; loss; loneliness; anger; forgiveness; relationship difficulties; parenting challenges; family struggles and more. The secret to emotional healing is to increase awareness of your thoughts, feelings and patterns of behavior and to find the courage to face and move past your pain. Only then can you discover a state of being that is richer, fuller and more deeply satisfying.
Natalie Shay,   in Toronto
“I have a strong passion for helping people as they navigate through their stress. I started in this field through my own personal journey of being 70 lbs. overweight and then battling health issues that left me bedridden for years. I have struggled with emotional eating and depression and now strive to help others overcome their challenges. I provide the tools to identify the root of clients' struggles and work closely with them to create an action plan with steps for improvement.I'm a registered Psychotherapist. My specialties include stress management, work/life balance, anxiety/depression,digestive issues, self-esteem and emotional eating.
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.
Daryl Vineberg,   in Toronto
“Does it feel like something has stopped working in your life, and you're no longer able to manage the way you used to? Are you feeling angrier, sadder, or more irritable than you used to? Or perhaps you are dealing with a difficult life event/transition and feeling like you're going it alone? I can help. I can be right there with you, and together we will explore what's moving in you.
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.
Judith Dunstan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, RSSW
“I am a gentle and bold therapist. I will listen carefully to your experiences. I will explore with you connections between your present thoughts, feelings, actions and past events. The aim is to help you understand more about yourself. The blue print for our actions, behaviors, feelings and self-concept was put in place at a very young age. We may look for patterns that worked well in their early context, but do not work anymore. A change may be needed. The insight you gain in a committed, active therapeutic relationship can be a powerful tool.
Terry Bujokas, Counselor  in Toronto
“If you feel anxious, dissatisfied, disappointed or angry in your relationships, work, or self, exploring how your life experiences influence what you feel and how you perceive the world, yourself, and others, provide a starting point for change. Growth occurs in relationship to another and when the therapy relationship is safe, respectful and empathic, deep inner shifts may be experienced over time.
Anne Secord, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MEd, RSW
“I work with adults, youth and children. I provide a comprehensive counselling approach for individuals (including kids) struggling with anxiety and stress. I use Mindfulness based strategies, CBT and help you develop effective "tools" to help you cope more confidently with stress, worries and fears. I also work with symptoms of depression, couple relationship problems, work-life balance struggles and parenting difficulties.
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.
Mahshad Aryafar,   in Toronto
“I work primarily with adults trying to improve their mental health, overcome destructive behavioural patterns, make career transitions, overcome creative block, recover from anxiety, burnout or stressful life situations, and enhance relationships, in order to develop a more secure sense of self and a meaningful life. As a therapist who has gone through immigration experience, I also help my clients build bridges between the different cultures they navigate in, and to create a unique and cohesive cultural identity. I conduct therapy sessions in both English and Farsi.
Ken Peters,   in Toronto
BA, CTPDipl, (Can), CAPT
“I am a Psychotherapist in Supervision at the Centre for Training in Psychotherapy in Toronto, Canada. My approach to therapy is based on the principle that each human being has remarkable depth and a unique form of inner wisdom, which can be unlocked through the power of a therapeutic relationship.
Andrew Guthrie, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, PhD
“Thanks for visiting my profile. I have been practicing psychotherapy and conducting assessments with children, teens and adults in Toronto for 15 years. With me you will get a devoted, energetic and attentive therapist, who genuinely cares about the outcome of our work together and has proven results with children and adults. I am located near St. George subway and my fee is covered by your insurance plan. Feel free to call or email for more information, or visit my website www.therapyintoronto.com.
Larry Smith, Counselor  in Toronto
“Many years ago, I was looking for a therapist; I needed help but had no idea where to start or how to choose. The list of names in the yellow pages left me with an overwhelming sense of anonymity. How could I make such an important choice in such an arbitrary manner? The truth is you can't! Finding the right therapist is a matter of fit. If the fit is right you feel heard and a sense of ease. Select therapists you are drawn to, meet them and choose the one you feel is the best fit. Trust your instincts.
Bradley Murray, Counselor  in Toronto
“Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy are highly individualized treatments drawing on a person's innate potential for self-healing and growth. Despite having achieved certain satisfactions in life, with friends, in marriage, in work, or through special interests and hobbies, a person may seek psychoanalytic treatment because they are experiencing symptoms such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem difficulties, sexual incapacities, physical symptoms with no clear physical cause, obsessions, or compulsions; they may also be struggling with loneliness, isolation, or difficulties trusting others. Some seeking psychoanalytic treatment will have tried other approaches which may not have focused on root causes of symptoms.

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