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Therapists in M5R

Mahshad Aryafar,   in Toronto
“I work primarily with adults who are trying to improve their mental health, overcome destructive behavioural patterns, addiction, 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.
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.
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.
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.
Margaret Mikkelborg,   in Toronto
“I specialize in working with individuals who are searching for meaning and new direction in their lives. Based on over 20 years of experience with the work of Carl Jung, Yoga and Focusing (body-centered psychotherapy), I have come to understand the value of working with dreams in order to tune into the deep guidance from the Self. We all have a deep centre of knowing within each of us which we need to learn to access and listen to. A lack of alignment with the Self can lead to all manner of symptoms, including weight gain, depression, lack of direction and problems with relationships.
The Centre Psychotherapy Services, Counselor  in Toronto
“The Centre Psychotherapy Services (CPS) is a group of psychotherapists. One of our therapists will meet with you and recommend a therapist within our group who may be particularly suited to your needs. Psychotherapy offers you a confidential place to explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a new and constructive way. CPS therapists understand the client as a whole person, with difficulties as well as the resources to deal with them.
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.
Lisa C. Vettese, Psychologist  in Toronto
“-ALERT:ON LEAVE APRIL 2014- -TEMPORARILY NOT ACCEPTING NEW REFERRALS- Sensitive, responsive psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents, and families. I assist with crises, life transitions, career uncertainty, self-esteem, intimacy concerns, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, addictions, personality disorders, self-harm, maladaptive anger, marital/relationship distress, childhood maltreatment history, parenting challenges, creative blocks, grief, loss, fertility issues, illness and chronic pain. Therapy is tailored to your needs, and draws upon such traditions as CBT, mindfulness, DBT, analytic therapy, family systems, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a best-practice, evidence-based therapy for PTSD approved by health and government regulatory bodies around the world.
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.
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.
Gabriele M Craig, Art Therapist  in Toronto
“Addressing your life in an all encompassing holistic manner relates to the physical, emotional and spiritual self, or in another way, to the health of mind, body and soul.
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.
Robin Williams Blake,   in Toronto
“I have been in private practice for 15 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).
Brian Baumal,   in Toronto
“I have strong clinical knowledge of conditions like "depression", "anxiety", "OCD" and "anger management". I work with people on addressing these psychological conditions directly as working with people to deeply explore themselves. In other words, we are not just treating "depression" - we are treating YOUR depression, and that is quite a different thing. My goal in therapy is to address your symptoms as well as addressing you, your needs, your wants and your desires.
Orlando Frizado, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“The therapy I offer emphasizes both psychodynamic psychotherapy and spiritual philosophy, including Buddhism. For over ten years of clinical practice and study, I have used these perspectives to help to address issues such as chronic and terminal illness; anxiety and depression; PTSD; dissociation; dying, grief and bereavement; anger; sexual abuse and related trauma. I work with LGBTQ people, groups, individuals, families, and couples. Youth, young adults, adults and seniors are all welcome. My therapeutic approach is client centered, comfortable with diversity, anti-oppression sensitive, and I am committed to providing an environment of compassion, understanding, respect and confidentiality.
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.
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.
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.
“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).
Emily Claire Blackmoon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, CAPT
“Don't you deserve some 'me'-time? We all do. Self-care can mean so many different things - and for many, it means having the chance to explore and unpack their unique life experience. Therapy can be one of the most profound, cathartic and challenging experiences in a person's self-development. Having been a client of therapy, I know how helpful it can be to "unpack" the weight we carry in our lives. You deserve help from an experienced, caring and creative practitioner! I support individuals who are looking for a affordable, creative, compassionate and experiential therapeutic experience.

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