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Therapists in M5R

Joanne Crabtree,   in Toronto
“Though I do not choose to specialize, specialties sometimes choose me. ... In addition to my deeply satisfying work with new parents, couples of all kinds ([hetero and homosexual], parents/children, siblings, friends, colleagues) I now find myself assisting people through various stages of grief and loss. ... Over the years, I've been lucky enough to help many restless souls in distress, including students, working mothers, moms-to-be, and recovering addicts. ... Also, it seems I have a good grasp of the artistic personality, and artists of every sort have found their way to my office. ... I have welcomed them all.
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.
Chantal Wade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BAH, MSW, RSW, CYT
“Life can be very overwhelming, and often finding the right therapist can help us to cope with life's many challenges. I am a licensed psychotherapist specializing in the fields of trauma-related stress, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and family conflict. In the past, I have worked in a community agency serving youth, individuals and families for 5 years, and have trained for one year with a renowned psychiatrist who treats individuals with trauma-related symptoms. Four years ago, I began my private practice in psychotherapy.
Wendy Fredricks, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with individuals and couples on a range of issues from depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, PTSD, eating disorders, and relationship difficulties. I use an integrated approach which includes body work, and dream work. I have done extensive training with Terry Real, a well-known couple's expert, and the focus of my work with couples is to forge a deeper connection by exploring destructive patterns of behavior, and improving communication and coping strategies. I am creating and leading a dream workshop for women in Italy, September 2014. Details on my website www.wendyfredricks.com.
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.
Martin H. Y. Chan, Counselor  in Toronto
“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.
Judith Dunstan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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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.
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.
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.
Richard Bloch, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a certified counsellor who specializes in helping people cope with depression, panic, OCD, social anxiety, chronic worry, irritable bowel syndrome, perfectionism, insomnia, anger, and other life stressors. My primary orientation is cognitive behaviour therapy. I trained at McGill University, University of Calgary, and received CBT-specific training in mood and anxiety disorders at the McGill University Health Centre, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. 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.
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.
Michael Gotthardt, Counselor  in Toronto
“I believe that what happens to us is not as important as how we respond to what happens to us. Whatever it is that you are going through it can have meaning for you. Choosing to listen to your suffering and what it is trying to tell you can guide you back to authenticity and a life that is conscious and connected. I do not use techniques. The sessions are spontaneous and client centred. :
Bradley Murray, Counselor  in Toronto
“I offer professional, customized counselling and psychotherapy services designed to help my clients to overcome emotional and life challenges that they are facing, and to lay the foundations for future emotional wellness. In my work, I am committed to maintaining accepted standards of ethical and professional practice, as well as to providing culturally sensitive services. I offer treatment for various issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, self-esteem issues, obsessions, and compulsions. Although I work with various client groups, an area of specialization is individual and couples therapy with young adults (aged 25-40).
Natalia Obukhova, Counselor  in Toronto
“I provide therapy to adults and teenagers, for a variety of issues. I work towards empowering my clients with insight and tools that they can use long after therapy has ended. I am empathic and flexible in my sessions, and I strive towards empowering and motivating my clients towards personal growth. I believe my clients have the potential and ability to make the right choices for themselves, and my role is to guide them to become their own expert.
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.
Adisa A A Azubuike, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I have been providing psychotherapy for over twenty years, and I am still humbled by, and passionate about the process of therapeutic change.I always work collaboratively with my clients be they parents, children, adolescents or adults, and I strive to continually engage, diagnose, plan, and treat as effectively as I can. For me, working with children, adolescents, young adults, and pre-marital couples is most satisfying because of the preventive and early interventive nature of the work. I take pride in providing a place and a space where clients can relax, reflect, re-commit, and experience their desired transformations.
Alice Jonathan, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy tries to help us find better ways of seeing ourselves and others. Many people seek therapy because they feel something is wrong, painful; that they are disconnected or stuck. For others it is that something more or different is sought after. Nothing is more important to us than the quality of our life and our sense of self -how we live or fail to live. Relationships: our self to others, our mind to our body, are central. As we become more aware of our unconscious habits, we can challenge old patterns and create new pathways for growth.
Robin Williams Blake,   in Toronto
“I have been in private practice for 14 years working with individuals. As a graduate from the Centre for Training in Psychotherapy, I studied psychodynamic psychotherapy. Most clients come into psychotherapy to talk and reflect on what is causing them to struggle in their lives and together we work to alleviate their discomfort or distress. I work with clients struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, job and relationship difficulties to name a few. I am a member of the Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapists (CAPT).
Sally C Wright  in Toronto
“It is said that two heads are better than one but for many this is hard to accept. You may be very successful in certain parts of your life and this may make it easier for you to push other, troubling issues aside. This strategy never works indefinitely and ultimately your issues will begin to manifest in other areas of your life.Therapy can help. It will leave you better able to understand your challenges and, perhaps more importantly, to face them with new vigor.
Megan Palmer Goulet,   in Toronto
“Are you are in crisis, struggling with an on-going issue or seeking to be free of restrictive emotional patterns/responses? If so, I can help you move from a place of limitation, to one of possibility and choice. Psychotherapy can provide wonderful benefit with long-term results. Learning to take care of ourselves is something we often take for granted and is not always easily achieved given our histories or daily stressors. I will help you stabilize yourself and situation, so that you can face your challenges and evolve in directions that feel authentic, liberating and ultimately sustainable.

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