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Therapists in Toronto

Barbara Morris, Counselor  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, BScPsy, DiplCTP, RMT
“CONGRATULATIONS. You've taken the first step towards getting help. Finding the right therapist can be the hardest part. For that reason, I offer an initial session at no-charge. My LGBTQI-positive practice is in Mind/Body & Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Some problems I work with are: Sexual issues, Problematic Sexual Behaviours, Gender issues, Low Self Esteem, Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, Loss/Grief, Dissociation, Relationship issues and Multiple Personality. I pay close attention to overwhelming thoughts, emotions, and sensations. My practice incorporates 24+ years experience as an RMT, reflecting my knowledge of how emotions are expressed and often held in our bodies.
(416) 535-2040
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5
Marlo K Shaw  in Toronto
“All of us have developed ways of dealing with difficult situations that may have been useful in the past, but no longer serve us well. I can help you see how you get in your own way, and empower you to choose to do something different.
(416) 603-1354
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2K8
Myera Zoey Waese  in Toronto
“People come to therapy for many different reasons and there is not one right reason to seek out support. Therapy is useful in times of transition; in grief; when nothing seems to be working out; during relationship strife; when unsure of your direction in life, in times of isolation and when you simply feel unable to get out of your own way. Therapy can be a huge support when dealing with very specific concerns and struggles as well as bigger life questions. Therapy is an opportunity to encounter yourself more fully and to explore how new awarenesses can bring about change in your life.
(647) 406-2143
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2K3
From The Heart Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Toronto
“Everyone experiences life differently, but we can make sense of it together. I provide a space in which you can talk through the challenges of life in the context of an empathic, caring, and safe relationship. I approach my work as a therapist with relational and empathic listening, nonjudgmental exploration, interactive engagement, respectful challenge, and mutual participation in the therapeutic process. My work is informed by a holistic approach that respects the relational, interconnected nature of human experience. Together, we will explore the emotional, cognitive, physical, sociocultural, historical, and spiritual factors impacting your life.
(416) 858-4039
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3P4
Ellen Chang, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I provide individual counselling to adults in the Annex and Yonge and Lawrence area. I provide a safe, respectful and non-judgmental space for clients to share, process and make meaning out of their life experiences. This may include helping you process thoughts and emotions that may be impeding your psychological well-being, overcome challenges, get "unstuck" in areas of your life, and increase self-awareness and confidence.
(416) 873-9793
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Victoria Lorient-Faibish, Counselor  in Toronto
“As a Holistic Psychotherapist, I work with family of origin issues, unresolved patterns of behaviour, grief & loss, depression, codependency, anxiety, addictions, marital strife, parenting, mother, father, & sibling issues, life purpose issues, workplace disharmony, repetition/compulsion distress, poor self esteem, conflict resolution, trauma, eating disorders and anything else that is compromising a person from fully living in joy, ease, well being, health and happiness.
(416) 916-6066
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1A9
Ana Bodnar, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a clinical psychologist in midtown Toronto with a special focus on mindfulness approaches to therapy and life coaching. I incorporate mindfulness, psychodynamic and CBT approaches to addressing a variety of life problems, including stress, depression and anxiety. I offer a safe and protected therapeutic environment where insight and change are possible. I have worked with individuals from many cultural backgrounds and walks of life and also offer psychotherapy in Spanish. I aim to support individuals to make positive changes in their lives through insight, practical tools and by empowering individuals to reconnect with their own strengths. Please see
(416) 765-2141
Toronto, Ontario M4S 2Z2
Dr. Amy Hurley, Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I'm glad you found your way to this website and are taking the time to review my profile. I work with adolescents, adults, couples and families in the areas of Clinical and Health Psychology. For example, I work with concerns such as depression, loss and grief, anxiety, bipolar illness, body image/eating disorders, poor self-image/self-esteem, low motivation, misuse of substances and relationship difficulties. Also, I work with people who are having challenges associated with a medical condition, such as those managing diabetes, experiencing weight-related concerns or challenges associated with cancer.
(289) 807-1979
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H1
Judy Langmuir,   in Toronto
“Feeling distressed? Disconnected from your partner? Overwhelmed? I have worked for over twenty years helping both men and women become more confident in their bodies, emotionally stronger and healthier overall in their recovery from childhood trauma, dissociation, depression, anxiety, issues of self-worth, self-harm and chronic pain. I help couples learn how to communicate safely, authentically and lovingly. I collaborate respectfully with all my clients, using the tools of mindfulness, a body-oriented focus and compassion, helping them to discover new ways to manage their lives.
(416) 709-4898
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Meg Leitold  in Toronto
“I work with individuals experiencing a wide range of difficulties that life can offer, including: depression, anxiety, self-esteem, body image issues, sexual assault, self-harm, relationship problems, suicidal thoughts and behaviours, chronic health and disability issues, post-immigration experiences, substance use, grief and loss, healing from interpersonal trauma, post-traumatic stress, burnout and job dissatisfaction, relapse prevention, life transitions and decisions, and emotional regulation (i.e., anger management, mood fluctuations), as well as the stressors that accompany everyday living. My breadth of clinical experience is inclusive of diverse worldviews, spiritual beliefs, ethnocultural backgrounds, ages, abilities, sexualities, and gender identities.
(647) 979-7230
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1R3
Mahboubeh Katirai, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD-ABT, MA, Sociolo, Certifi
“People who have come for therapy to me have had struggles with isolation, loneliness, trauma, depression and anxiety. Together we have worked so they would form new relationships and more dignified connections, become more receptive to changes in life, and be able to live their lives closer to what they hope both for themselves and their communities. As a queer identified therapist I have also worked extensively with LGBTTQ communities around issues of sexual and cultural identity, queer parenting, developing healthy relationships with partners and family.
(416) 691-3547 x1
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L5
Philip Strapp,   in Toronto
“Are you wanting something better, but don't know where to start? I can help you get unstuck, find answers, solve problems and feel better. Whatever is holding you back, I can help you explore it, understand it and put it behind you so you can get on with enjoying life. I'll watch for your negative patterns and in my direct-but-gentle style I'll help you recognize them and change them. You'll find me patient, open-minded and easy to talk to, especially with sensitive topics that you may be ashamed of or embarrassed about.
(416) 709-2348
Toronto, Ontario M6P 2R1
Julia Balaisis, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, OCT, MEd, PhD
“Sometimes in life, we need a mentor, advocate or a careful, accepting and non-judgmental listener for our thought and emotion processes. My intention as a therapist is to be there for you with a compassionate presence, contributing my expertise to help you access your needs, self-understanding and inner wisdom. Where unconscious behaviours and unsuccessful life patterns impede access to fulfillment and happiness in life, I offer skills development for self-care and self-mastery. I welcome clients who experience emotional distress due to trauma, loss, anxiety, panic, low self-esteem, depression and relationship problems, providing skilled guidance and support.
(647) 977-5899
Toronto, Ontario M6P 1C1
Shauna Cake,   in Toronto
“Life is one long transition; most of us would agree, we sometimes wish it wasn't. I support people when they feel daunted by life. I help them integrate mindful awareness and support connection in their relationship with themselves and those they love.
(647) 992-2253
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Lee Kraemer,   in Toronto
“I believe in providing my clients with a safe, non-critical and non-judgmental environment in which to explore issues, emotions, thoughts and dreams. People describe me as warm, supportive, insightful and understanding. Given a different perspective you can empower yourself to live the life you desire.
(647) 977-5882
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
Kenya Thompson-Leonardelli, Psychologist  in Toronto
“As a Toronto registered psychologist with over 14 years of psychotherapy experience, I am committed to providing guidance and support as clients explore their emotions, increase their mood, decrease their worry, overcome fear, improve their communications, develop personal insights, enhance their relationships, and improve general coping.
(416) 551-4094
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5
Deborah Barman, Counselor  in Toronto
“Depressed? Overwhelmed? Hopeless? If you feel out of control, you may be repeating behaviours that have gotten you into trouble in the past. Deep inside you are patterns laid down in childhood that are unconsciously shaping your life. These are the blueprints for how you feel about yourself, what you expect to happen in relationship, and even how you view the world. You are not aware of their existence even as they guide your footsteps along familiar emotional paths. When these patterns are unhealthy, they lead to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and unfulfilled potential.
(416) 221-7034
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
Marika Pollak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, EMDRII
“Drawing on a wealth of experience, and with a warm, interactive, and non-judgemental style, I create a space that allows you to feel understood, your concerns to be dealt with, and desired changes to happen. I work with adult individuals and couples, on relationship patterns, work-life balance and burnout, unblocking creativity, major decisions, and major transitions, overcoming feelings of being stuck, separation, grief, addictions, anxiety and depression, trauma and PTSD. The trauma may relate to childhood, or to current events, such as accidents, traumatic loss, the discovery of major betrayals. I also offer consultation services to clinicians.
(416) 761-1825
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1E1
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.
(647) 977-5912
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2L4
Judy Gould, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with individuals who are dealing with anxiety and depression, grief and loss, relationship issues, and those who have faced cancer diagnosis and treatment. I focus on creating a very safe environment. I listen and am interested in what is happening in my clients' lives. I offer empathy and work with my clients to understand and then move forward from painful or frustrating life circumstances. If you would like to work with an open, non-judgemental and warm therapist then I encourage you to contact me. I look forward to connecting with you to set up a free 30 minute consultation.
(416) 465-4225
Toronto, Ontario M4K 3T3
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