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Therapists in Ottawa

Andrea Cashman, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, stress and/or trauma symptoms? I provide counselling to individual adults with many of these issues. I practice from a holistic approach where I see you as a unique, whole individual. I work from a person centered therapy approach to identify where you want to go in your therapy journey. I can help you acheive well-being by helping you process and work through your difficult time.
(613) 899-3109
Ottawa, Ontario K2A 1C4
Martin Rovers, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Dr. Martin Rovers, Ph.D. Ontario Registered Psychologist, works with individuals, couples, and families from a holistic approach. Dr. Rovers is a Clinical Fellow with the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Rovers is an author of HEALING THE WOUNDS IN COUPLE RELATIONSHIPS. Martin's therapy approach includes family of origin, emotionally focused, with emphasis on creating secure attachments within the relationship. Martin works within Capital Choice Counselling Group. CCCG is a well established counselling company consisting of over 40 experienced, professional counsellors and psychotherapists who can often see you within ONE week.
(613) 425-4257
Ottawa, Ontario K1V 2J8
Aimee Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“My clinical social work practice is focused on children, youth, adults and families who are experiencing difficult transitions. I excel at working with people on a variety of issues related to grief and loss, anger management, caregiver stress and distress, depression and anxiety, self-esteem and bullying, issues specific to women, blended families, dealing with aging parents and parenting skills.
(613) 868-8197
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 7R1
Rebecca Moore, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“DOWNTOWN OTTAWA OFFICE Since 2003, I have been working with children, adolescents, adults and families to deal with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, and problems related to identity and self-esteem, including issues pertinent to LGBT individuals. I can also help you with parenting, managing your child's social, emotional, behavioural problems, and dealing with the effects of parental conflict and divorce on children, and school refusal. I also provide psychodiagnostic, psychoeducational, and developmental-autism spectrum assessment services for children, and adolescents.
(855) 779-2347
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B2
Carolann M Trainor, Pastoral Counselor  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MAPC, CCC, MASp, MBA
“Carolann has led an interesting and challenging life. She has learned to read between the crooked lines of her life and become more aware of her gifts and strengths of humour, enthusiasm, spontaneity and genuine interest in people. She is a professional providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples creating a safe and sacred environment for clients to share their narrative. She builds empathy and respect towards an alliance with clients as well as acknowledging the needs of multicultural and interfaith clients.
(613) 371-7472
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5T4
James N Brazeau, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Dr. Brazeau is a clinical and health psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. He strives to provide the highest quality of assessment and treatment services for his clients within a warm and supportive environment. Dr. Brazeau also draws upon scientific research to ensure that clients are provided with effective and efficient therapy sessions.
(613) 854-9694
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0G5
Marc Carriere, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I am a Clinical and Rehabilitation Psychologist with a practice in the downtown Ottawa area. I have particular interest in working with depression, anxiety, personality/identity issues, and with survivors of childhood abuse. I use an integrative approach, combining elements of emotion-focused therapy, cognitive-behaviour therapy, and psychodynamic. The approach is tailored to best suit the client's needs.
(613) 858-6272
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0M8
Eileen Harper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RSW, MSW, BSW
“If you have come to this site it probably means you want to make changes in your life. You may be overwhelmed and struggling to cope with a difficult problem and don't quite know where to turn. Life is often fraught with difficulties/problems and sometimes we need help to get through them. This is where I come in. I have had many years experience helping people like you make the changes in their lives they needed. I know you have the strengths you need to take control of this problem. Let me help you to see that.
(613) 262-9055
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1V4
Lola Sholagbade, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Are you there yet? Where you hoped you would be when this year began...if you are congratulations! If not, you are not alone. Sometimes, our best laid plans need a little help to be actualized. That's where I come in. As a professional counselor, I provide confidential, non-judgmental, and empathic counseling in a warm and safe environment that fosters a quieting of the mind that enable and empower you to actualize your hopes, dreams, expectations and ideas.
(613) 371-4999
Ottawa, Ontario K1V 8B9
Sheila Purcell, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I view therapy as an opportunity to examine thoughts, feelings and behaviors that may be relevant to your distressing life situations. My goal is to help you feel more comfortable with yourself so you can deal more effectively with your relationships and your environment. Then you can make the decisions that are best for you and your future.
(613) 777-0630
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 8N4
Maryam Nemati, Counselor  in Ottawa
“To help you make the decision about whether psychotherapy is for you, ask yourself the following questions: Do I think I am being productive in my life? Do I take pleasure in life activities or in accomplishing things? Can I communicate my thoughts and feelings in words? Do I feel comfortable in social situations? Am I able to create meaningful, mutually loving relationships with others? Am I able to appropriately express my feelings towards others? Am I able to assert myself appropriately when I need to? Do I feel I have come to terms with the losses I have experienced?
(613) 255-6615
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1R9
Michael T F Machan,   in Ottawa
“I would like to provide you with the information about my practice that you may require in order to make an informed decision about therapy services. I thank you for your interest and I encourage you to ask any questions of me that you may have. It is my goal that you are able to make an informed, intelligent choice at your convenience. I am a couple's therapist by training however, I do work with individuals. I am able to help and assist with relationship issues, communication skills, anxiety, depression, self esteem and self worth to name a few.
(613) 857-1496
Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4R6
Samaneh Salari, Counselor  in Ottawa
“As human beings, we all struggle at one point or another in our personal, social, and/or psychological lives.Sometimes we may simply need to be "listened to" and feel "heard" or possibly gain a different perspective on our problems. Other times the difficulties we experience in our current life may be rooted in our early life experiences which may require more exploration and work towards change. Whatever the case may be, Rockcliffe Counselling & Psychotherapy will provide the support you need in a non-judgmental and safe space in order to help you deal with your life challenges.
(613) 261-8014
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H9
Sandy Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I use humor, compassion and a body-centered approach to support lasting life style changes and personal growth that reflect your strengths and highest values. I believe that life's difficulties are workable and from this premise it is my intention to assist you in gentle and friendly ways to tap into your resources. From this more resourced place, I will support you to work with your difficulties. People seek my services for help with stress, depression, anxiety, pain, trauma, grief and loss. I offer both in person and telephone counselling. My approach integrates a unique blend of Mindfulness and Somatic Experiencing.
(613) 371-0795
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 3B3
Megan Longstaff,   in Ottawa
“I am a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My theoretical framework is a cognitive behavioral style. Essentially, this means therapy involves taking a look at thinking patterns that are getting in the way of progress. Most people are unaware of their thinking patterns and how they influence our emotional state and behavior. Depending on the issue, therapy may involve changing this thinking pattern in a number of different ways. Clients adopt a new thinking style that is more adaptive, leading to healthier and happier lives.
(613) 777-0632
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 7Y3
Michael Browning, Counselor  in Ottawa
Counselor, MDiv, MA, CCC, CSAT(c)
“I have special training in helping those struggling with process (behavioural) and substance addictions, especially sexual addiction (www.facingsexaddiction.com). I also specialize in providing therapy to couples and individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and identity.
(613) 724-1332
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 2E4
Cristina Guevara, Counselor  in Ottawa
“The healing process is unique to each person. While many go through similar events, not everyone experiences them in the same way. By viewing my clients through a holistic lens, I develop a collaborative therapeutic relationship from which to create a safe and open environment where processing of past experiences can take place. My primary focus is working with clients who have experienced trauma. Because the nature of trauma is complex, I use an integrative, person-centered approach to meet my clients' needs. In addition to other evidence-based interventions, I use Play Therapy, Sandtray-Worldplay, and expressive arts therapies.
(613) 601-2747
Ottawa, Ontario K2A 0E7
Gundel Lake, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“My approach to psychotherapy is deeply rooted in feminist and structural analyses that contextualize individual "problems" in our social environments. I practice from a strengths-based perspective, challenging clients to connect with their authentic selves and to enhance empowered coping skills. My therapeutic orientation is comprised of an eclectic mix of theoretical models that guide my work, including emotion focused therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and cognitive behavioural therapy. While I don't practice exclusively from one perspective, I believe that it is my role to be constantly assessing whether or not the work we are doing appears to be helping you to achieve your therapeutic goals.
(613) 325-8186
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0X7
Carolynn R Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“None of us will move through life without experiencing loss of some kind. This may be the death of a loved one, unwelcome changes to our health, the end of a significant relationship, or upheaval to our sense of safety in the world following trauma. Though the human body and spirit are adapted for healing, we often benefit from adding a caring professional to our natural support system. I would like to be that added support for you.
(613) 235-2904
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5L2
Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Ottawa
“Dr. Lynette Monteiro: My primary work is through the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic M4 Programs which I co-founded in 2003; I serve as Senior Teacher & Professional Training Director. The M4 (Mindfulness for) approach is designed to help you meet the challenges of life as they present themselves. We are, for the most part, healthy and capable of getting through the difficulties we encounter day by day. However, when we are depleted or stretched beyond our resources, we encounter our limitations. How we meet those limitations directs the trajectory to wellness. In the M4-Pain Management and the M4-Wellness as a Healthcare Professional, we learn together how to meet our challenges and learn from them. The M4 Program is an 8-week training in Mindfulness that incorporates a values-based framework in our practice. It is described in our book, Mindfulness Starts here: An 8-week guide to skillful living, co-authored with Dr. Frank Musten, PhD, C.Psych.
(613) 745-5366
Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4L2
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