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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.
Natalia Obukhova, Counselor  in Toronto
“I specialise in women's mental health, treating anxiety, depression and interpersonal 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 women towards personal growth.
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.
Carol L Melnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
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.
Rob Peach, Relationship Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“Do you find yourself having difficulties with your relationships? Do you have a hard time communicating with your spouse or your partner? Do you struggle with anger, depression or addiction? Do you have sexual interests or activities outside of your relationship that are causing you worry? Or, have you lost sexual interest in your partner? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, therapy might be the right choice for you. I provide treatment for individuals and couples with personal and relationship issues that is confidential, non-judgemental and grounded in research based, clinically proven interventions.
Kara Garcia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
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.
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.
(416) 515-2649 x228
Natalie Riback, Counselor  in Toronto
“Looking inside yourself isn't always easy, but it is necessary, especially if you feel depressed, anxious, lost, or overwhelmed. The first step is putting your thoughts and feelings into words. Psychotherapy gives you the opportunity to talk about what is troubling you. This can provide a sense of relief, help you to feel less alone, and allow you to explore what has been getting in your way. With my help, you can discover better ways of dealing with your problems and gain a deeper insight into yourself that will improve your sense of peace, well-being and self-esteem.
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.
Orlando Frizado, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Orlando's approach emphasizes psychodynamic psychotherapy and mindfulness, methods which help individuals understand themselves better in order to live more fully in the world and lead more meaningful lives. In the end, Orlando believes that providing an environment of compassion, understanding, respect and confidentiality is the basis to a successful therapy.
Dana Kelso, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, CTPDipl, MBA, BA(Hon)
“If you can dare to meet what is troubling you in your inner or outer world, you may open the opportunity for untold healing and growth. Perhaps you have been badly hurt by the loss of an important relationship, or are struggling in a current one. Maybe you are feeling lost or alone. Perhaps you feel stuck in a dependency on a substance, be it food, alcohol, recreational or prescription drugs. Whatever the issues in your life, you can move towards a future that feels very different.
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.
Karen Redhill-Feinstein, Psychological Associate  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, C, Psych, Assoc
“I believe in an empathic, collaborative approach, so that you may always be part of the therapeutic process. Psychotherapy allows for a unique relationship, whereby the focus of attention is on understanding you. It provides an opportunity for openness, trust and honesty, often difficult in other interpersonal situations. It can help you to increase your resilience to life challenges and improve relationships. I use a range of therapy modalities according to the best fit for your needs and personality. Greater meaning in life can be achieved by longer term therapy, but also brief periods of therapy which are cumulative.
(416) 849-4776 x405
Miriam Schacter,   in Toronto
“Disruptive relationships and life events can continue to have distressing effects until they are safely supported and worked through. In psychotherapy, we carefully consider and address thoughts, emotions and behaviours to find relief from tumultuous experiences. Our collaborative dialogue helps to explore, deepen and amplify resources, perspectives and ways of being to further nurture personal and relational wellness.
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.
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.
Linda Louise Pelton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Are you experiencing a crisis in your relationship with your partner? Or wanting to improve the quality of your relationship? I am a certified Emotionally Focused COUPLES THERAPIST with years of experience in helping couples strengthen their bond. EFT couples therapy has an astounding 75% success rate in research done at the University of Ottawa. Are you struggling with an EATING DISORDER, or disordered eating, or body image distress? I have 16 years' experience in this field, having assisted 100s of clients to recover. Besides these specialties, I have been helping clients with many other issues and concerns for years.

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