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Yvette Goodland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, MSW
“Hello and thank you for considering me as your therapist. For the majority of my career I have worked in a Mental Health Hospital setting. With this background I would be best suited to provide therapy to someone with clinical depression, an anxiety disorder, a family member living with or caring for someone with a severe mental illness (psychosis or mood disorders). I also have a great appreciation and understanding of the adoption process. I can support those facing pre and post adoption challenges.
(613) 898-0217
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0J4
Aleks Milosevic, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2005, I have supported clients in managing negative emotions (e.g., anger, anxiety, depression, shame), problematic behaviours (aggression, compulsions), and relationship difficulties. My specialized area of interest is in the treatment of substance use issues (alcohol, recreational drugs, prescription medications, anabolic steroids) and addictive behaviours (e.g., sexual addiction, problem gambling). I have published and presented at national and international conferences on the topic of addictions. To ensure access to services, I offer video therapy for clients with busy schedules, who might be concerned about visiting a therapist's office, or who live in Ontario but farther distances from my office.
(855) 779-2347
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B2
Lisa A Zimmerman, Counselor  in Ottawa
“Most people will struggle with emotional issues, difficult relationships, self esteem, loss or a variety of other stressors at some point in their lives. Learning skills to deal with these effectively can make a huge difference to how much enjoyment and satisfaction you can get out of life. It is important to me to provide an opportunity for people to be able to explore their concerns safely and without judgement. I firmly believe that everyone has the capacity to improve their emotional health and sense of well being.
(613) 898-9466
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 2H6
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
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
Julie Beaulac, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2004, I have worked with adults and adolescents to help them get through a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, sleep difficulties, and dealing with common life issues (e.g., stress, grief, relationships, career issues). I can also help you learn new skills to cope with chronic health conditions (e.g., obesity, pain, diabetes, HIV, disability). I work collaboratively with you to identify your treatment goals based on your needs and concerns. I also only use leading-edge evidence-based treatment approaches (e.g., cognitive-behavioral, acceptance & commitment therapy, interpersonal) to help you achieve your goals.
(855) 779-2347
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B2
Elzbieta Letourneau, Counselor  in Ottawa
“In my practice, I welcome people who want to find new ways of understanding themselves and their past experiences. I offer new insights and perspectives shared in a decade of my experience. I help address various issues like anxiety, fear, shame, depression, hurt and grief. While providing emotionally safe space, I support clients in building trust, making more informed choices, finding greater sense of integrity and self- directed growth. My knowledge and experience also aim to improve your self-acceptance and confidence. I offer you support for processing various stressful life experiences (e.g. illness, various life transitions).
(613) 296-4140
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5K6
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
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
Richard Merrill Haney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MEd, BA
“I provide warm, heart-connected and empathetic counselling, coaching, mediation and hypnotherapy services to individuals, couples and families. I concentrate on "wholistic" healing and empowerment rather than on being clinical and "helping". Basically, I form what I call a "Healing Partnership" with the people who come for my services. I tend to be quite eclectic and bring a wide range of skills, techniques, modalities and wisdom to each counselling interaction. Please contact me to enhance your life and to make the most of each moment. My favourite slogan is: "Listening well is the most eloquent sign of caring."
(613) 234-5678
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1X7
Andrew Smith, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I have a wide range of experiences in providing psychological services, most recently in providing trauma focused therapy for active members and veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces. My theoretical orientation is eclectic with an emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioural, Client-Centred, Experiential, Systemic as well as Interpersonal approaches to understanding and effectively working with your presenting issues and concerns.
(613) 761-2868
Ottawa, Ontario K2B 7E9
Jan Christensen, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I have experience working with individuals and families who are dealing with a wide range of issues which we can all experience during our lifetimes. This has provided me with a wonderful opportunity to see our experiences in the perspective of individual situations, the supports we have in place, and the contributing factors to the level of our distress. My current clientele group is adults and families. I work with individual and family life challenges, such as mental health challenges, painful and traumatic experiences, separation and divorce, reconciliation, adaptation for adoptive families, parenting concerns, and work life stress.
(613) 315-1299
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4V1
Chitra Sekhar,   in Ottawa
“I have been working with children and families for the past 30 years as a researcher, therapist and educator in Canada and in global conflict and disaster zones. I use the therapeutic play and expressive art techniques to help children identify, understand and cope with their issues. The children are seen in individual settings. Parents and care givers are consulted and communicated with on a regular basis. The approaches I use are non-directive and eclectic, suited to the needs of each individual child and their innate ability to process and heal.. .
(613) 807-1444
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 5C4
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
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
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
Mary V O'Keeffe, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I work with individual adults and young people (15+), providing a psychotherapy experience that is collaborative, compassionate and focussed. I work with trauma, grief, anxiety,depression, relationships, abuse, stress, physical illness, fear; providing clients with a model for understanding their difficulties and skills with which to manage their lives. I trained in Psychodynamic & Integrative Psychotherapy in the UK, into which I integrate mindfulness and compassion focussed therapy (CFT). My therapeutic style is warm, engaged, nonjudgmental. In this relationship, you will learn to walk your own path.
(613) 608-7809
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1R9
Janice Falls, Counselor  in Ottawa
“I bring to my work a deep conviction that we are all imperfectly perfect and intrinsically good human beings. The focus of my practice is the importance of living life intentionally and consciously, as best we can, as we face the trauma of everyday living. As a therapist, I am listening for your integrated, authentic self, your strengths and resilience, not what is "wrong" with you. My training and experience include the role of mindfulness in psychotherapy, non-traditional treatment of grief and mourning, the use of poetry to deepen our connection to ourselves and others.
(613) 710-8260
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 3B6
Tiffany Patterson, Counselor  in Ottawa
“My treatment approach guides people through a self-examination into how they experience themselves, their relationships and their world. Symptoms are relieved through increased personal insight and finding new ways of perceiving old situations, allowing for the development of healthier behaviours. I view the therapist-client relationship as truly unique - one that can help, in a lasting way, to heal and steer personal relationships.
(613) 890-5303
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7R1
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