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Therapists in London

Stewart Leatherdale, Marriage & Family Therapist  in London
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Marriage & Family Therapist, BTH, BSW, MSW
“I am a Marriage & Family Therapist based in London, Ontario. As a registered Social Worker I have a wide breadth of experience in helping people with their relationships whether it be with a partner, child, or colleague. I do this work because people have value - you have value! Everyone has a story and everyone feels pain. I serve individuals, couples, and families Please click to my website and contact me so I can help you in complete confidentiality with your personal situation.
(519) 878-1845
London, Ontario N5W 3P7
Brenda Darlene Macgillivray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BAACYS, MSWRSW
“If you have been struggling to find your voice, afraid to express your authentic feelings and connect with your truth; I can help you identify, understand and work through barriers that keep you stuck. You don't have to keep repeating old, unproductive or harmful patterns. Therapy can help you regain your power, identify what's keeping you stuck and help you enjoy renewed relationships with family, friends and co-workers. Anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief, loss, separation, divorce; abuse, family and work pressures, contribute to disharmony, imbalance, confusion and stress.
(519) 641-3149
London, Ontario N6K 2N7
Valerie Mills-Milde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“Over the last 30 years, I have helped individuals, couples and families navigate difficult life passages. I use a depth-oriented approach which gently and thoroughly connects people to underlying emotional injury, and supports their natural capacity toward healing. A recognition of individual and family strengths is central to my work. I view therapy as collaborative. The direction of counselling is determined by what is meaningful to the individual/family. Goals are frequently reviewed to ensure that counselling continues to be effective. I offer help in areas such as relationship repair, addiction, trauma and loss.
(226) 777-0402 x2
London, Ontario N5Y 2Y3
Dorit Osher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, MA
“At times in our lives we get stuck, feel lost and need that focused reflection to shift our attitude and reveal the layers of who we truly are that is often hidden by the limits of our thoughts, beliefs, personal story and habitual behaviours in the world. Moving towards the essence of who we are, enables us to be more genuine and creative: to act more spontaneously; to feel more intensely; and above all to live life in a more meaningful and purposeful way. As a psychotherapist I assist in this journey.
(519) 435-1237
London, Ontario N6B 1X9
Tracey Lipp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“I am a clinical social worker with over 20 years in children's mental health, developmental services, high conflict custody and access matters and community collaboration. Whatever the circumstances, assisting families in finding solutions is my passion. Through Family Group Conferencing and New Ways 4 Families, families are empowered to make lasting decisions that will save courts time, save parents money, and protect children as their families re-organize.
(519) 619-4505
London, Ontario N6J 1T1
Patricia Van Reenen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“During the past 25 years I have supported individuals, couples and families struggling with feelings related to anxiety, depression, life transitions, difficulties in relationships, family crises, low self-esteem, parenting, sexuality and abuse. At times life's stresses are overwhelming and exhausting, causing us to feel trapped in our own worlds. We may feel confused, angry, sad, frustrated, isolated or helpless. Through the therapeutic relationship, a mutually reflective process, you are empowered to experience yourself differently in relation to your conflicts. You will feel more powerful, and able to address your difficulties with integrity, confidence and peace.
(519) 451-6837
London, Ontario N6A 2X1
Louise LaRose, Psychologist  in London
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Psychologist, BCBA-D, PhD, CPsych
“We are a private practice of psychologists, behavior therapists and assessors. We are here to help you live a better life; to figure out how you or a member of your family can change behavior patterns that are not working any more. We are unique in that we can see you at your home, at school, in the community or at our office - whatever suits your needs. We treat you with respect and compassion.
(519) 639-6145
London, Ontario N6H 3R8
Anne Newby, Psychologist  in London
“People often come for therapy as they are hurting or distressed and they have found that they are confused about how to move forward. They can be worried about someone else, are having difficulty with relationships with their spouse, children, or coworkers. Some people prefer to attend therapy on their own, while others wish to include the family member they are concerned about. I see people with depression, anxiety, attention difficulties, obsessive compulsive disorder, substance abuse, adjustment issues (separation and divorce).
(519) 679-3517
London, Ontario N6B 1Z5
“The therapeutic alliance is an integral part of the counselling relationship and is fostered through an atmosphere of acceptance, understanding, safety and confidentiality. I believe that clients know what they need most and as such, I respond to your needs as you present them. There is every opportunity for immediate needs to be addressed as well as the opportunity and space for healing processes that may require a longer time to process. Diversity in client issues, background, orientation & gender are welcome. My practice and my office colleagues are committed to maintaining an environment that is safe, welcoming and non-judgmental.
(519) 777-9355
London, Ontario N6P 1R2
Michelle V Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“While I believe that everyone carries within themselves the capacity to heal, during difficult periods in life our personal resilience and strengths can be impossible to access. At these times, we may need a caring and non-judgmental therapist to assist us through difficult experiences. My intention is to provide you with a safe space to share your stories and to help you to fulfill the hopes you have for your life. As each individual is unique, so is therapy. I adapt my approach to meet your personal goals and together we will identify the process that best serves you.
(519) 933-6975
London, Ontario N6B 2M4
Cheryl Stewart Counselling Services, Counselor  in London
“I am a counsellor/psychotherapist with more than 15+ years experience working with adolescents and adults on a variety of issues. I offer a welcoming and non-judgmental environment where you can discuss whatever brings you to counselling. If life is difficult or stressful, call or email to confidentially discuss whether counselling may help. Counselling often helps to find clarity and answers to life's stresses and issues.
(519) 636-6179
London, Ontario N6A 1M1
Veronica Leybourne, MSW, RSW, Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
“Would you like to create more peace and balance in your life? With 20+ years experience providing confidential, compassionate, authentic, and down-to-earth counselling, my mission is to create a safe, and respectful therapeutic relationship in which you can explore your struggles and concerns. Therapy is a collaborative interaction that can help you resolve barriers which interfere with positive experiences such as joy, compassion, clarity, confidence, peace, self-esteem, spiritual connections, success, and love.
(519) 851-1036
London, Ontario N6P 1R2
Morrigan Reilly-Ansons, Counselor  in London
“"Empowering others to believe in themselves and have their voice heard has been a core aspect of my life for the past several years. I have both worked and volunteered in a variety of settings with people from all walks of life. My work and my passion has always involved people and making a difference in the lives of others. In the process of working with clients, I come from a place of respect, compassion, non-judgment and authenticity. I value interventions that foster self-empowerment and are individualized, experiential as well as strength-based."
(519) 280-0959
London, Ontario N6E 3X2
Cynthia Galloway, Marriage & Family Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, RD, RMFT
“I help individuals struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and histories of trauma, many of whom use destructive ways of coping with their emotions such as eating disorders, emotional eating, substance abuse, and sexual addiction/compulsivity. I also help couples experiencing sexual or relationship issues, such as lack of connection, conflict, the aftermath of an affair, low sexual desire,and orgasm or erectile difficulties. I work with trans* people at all points of the gender continuum, helping with exploration of gender identity and expression, coming out issues, dealing with transphobia, and referrals for medical care.
(519) 777-1906
London, Ontario N6A 1M1
Jennifer Kausky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Welcome! My Psychotherapy practice is dedicated to compassionate, affordable counselling for Women; Couples, and Mothers and Daughters. This is a safe space where you will be never be judged. A place where you can find inner peace, joy, hope, laughter and begin to recover. I utilize many different techniques, but most importantly I am concerned about developing a solid therapeutic relationship and a true partnership, and what works best for you uniquely. I will meet you where you are at in your life, and together we will work towards your goals.
(519) 719-5264
London, Ontario N6B 2M4
Giselle Dias, Counselor  in London
“For the past 20 years I have provided counseling, support, advocacy and long term psychotherapy to people who have experienced the following issues: Mental health issues (depression, anxiety, panic), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Drug or alcohol use (if identified as problematic), Co-dependency, Grief and Loss, Self-Esteem, Stress, Career Counseling, Gender Identity, Gender non-conforming (transgender/transsexual), Sexuality and sexual identity, Domestic Assault (both partners), Chronic Illness (including HIV/AIDS), and Childhood Abuse (emotional, sexual, physical and mental).
(519) 282-9291
London, Ontario N6A 1M1
Paula Deveto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“As a family therapist, custody and access evaluator, mediator, parenting coordinator, and collaboratively trained professional, I specialize in offering a full range of therapeutic and alternative forms of conflict resolution to families in dispute. Regardless as to where you are in the lifecycle of your family or separation process, parents are assisted to identify their concerns, learn to address their needs, and to separate those needs from the needs of their children. Parents are encouraged to hear their children's voices and to embrace their roles responsibly as the adult decision makers charged with storying their children's legacy.
(519) 900-1610
London, Ontario N6H 4S5
Deb Marie Mclachlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“In addressing your concerns, I listen carefully to what you want. I do sex therapy & am furthering my studies in the sexual field, welcoming clients across the gender spectrum & issues. Couple therapy is a dynamic & changing field, & my focus is on attachment & Emotionally Focused Therapy. In the office, we work on the relationship, so that you as a couple can handle your issues at home, in positive and supportive ways.
(519) 871-8956
London, Ontario N6A 2P7
Carolyn Carrier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BEd, MEd, CCC
“Engaging in counselling is often a difficult decision. I believe that our mind and body are designed to heal naturally. My hope is to encourage and assist each individual to move towards a life that they desire. The counselling process is different for each client. My style is adapted to respond to the the immediate needs presented. For some, the process focuses on skills development. For others, the process might be to engage in deeper healing by processing traumatic or overwhelming experiences. I have helped individuals address anger, pain, abuse, PTSD, depression, self-esteem, relationships concerns, anxiety, and grief.
(519) 494-9551
London, Ontario N6B 2M4
Patricia Berendsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in London
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RMFT, RSW, SEP
“I seek to serve my clients in a manner which honors the whole person; body, mind and spirit. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a process of learning and unfolding for the client as well as the therapist. My varied expertise enables me to offer specialized therapeutic tools and skills to reflect and meet the needs and uniqueness of each person.
(519) 619-8801
London, Ontario N6B 2C8

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