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Therapists in K1R

Elizabeth 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).
Aleks Milosevic, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“In psychotherapy I work with adults experiencing a range of difficulties coping with negative emotions (anger, anxiety, depression, shame), problematic behaviours (aggression, compulsions), and relationship issues. My specialized area of interest is the assessment and psychological treatment of addictions, including substance abuse (alcohol, recreational drugs, prescription medications, anabolic steroids), sexual addiction (consenting sex, masturbation, pornography), and problem gambling (casino, internet, lottery).
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.
Julie Beaulac, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I am a Clinical and Health Psychologist. I work full-time for The Ottawa Hospital where I provide clinical services in addition to being engaged in academic teaching and research. I also accept a small number of private practice referrals through CFIR.
Roanne Leeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“As a therapist, I know that we will all face unique challenges, issues, and transitions during our lifetime- sometimes to get through these difficult times, we need to seek guidance and support from a professional source. My role will be to explore these challenges with you in a comfortable and supportive environment, and to assist in you in developing ways to cope and move forward. I look forward to connecting with new clients, and empowering them to develop the tools needed to move through difficult times in their lives based on their own strengths.
Yoshie Martinez, Counselor  in Ottawa
“When everything seems overwhelming and actions seem illogical, I like to help people understand themselves, their actions and their emotions. In conjunction with Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), I work from a person centered approach, which means that I work with you, at your speed and on what you want to work. I believe in healing through the expression and understanding of emotion, and through the understanding and acceptance of the self. Sessions are offered in Spanish and English.
Dino Zuccarini, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“In individual therapy, I see clients who are experiencing depression and anxiety, having difficulties resolving past or current relationship issues, struggling with issues related to sex, sexuality or gender. I also support clients to address self and relationship issues in the aftermath of different types of traumatic and overwhelming life experiences, deal with grief from past losses, cope with work place stressors, burnout, life threatening or terminal illnesses and explore existential issues related to meaning and purpose. I am comfortable working with individuals from diverse identity backgrounds (i.e., race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender).
Jennifer Williams - Verve Therapy Network, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
“I enjoy working with clients to create a personalized approach that results in enduring personal growth. With nearly two decades of experience in the counselling field I provide services to individuals, couples, groups and families and organizations. I have specialized clinical expertise in infertility, adoption, couples therapy (including those recovering from infidelity), family issues, depression, anxiety and custody and access. I enjoy cultivating a practice that combines humour with evidence-based, innovative therapeutic techniques. I combine several advanced treatment modalities in my work, including EMDR, biofeedback, cognitive behavioural therapy and focused psychotherapy.
Rana Karam, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I work with adults, couples and adolescents experiencing a wide range of psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, cross-cultural struggles and interpersonal challenges. I believe that the key to a successful psychotherapeutic process lies in building a working alliance with each of my clients based on trust as well as a safe space for personal expression and growth.
Rebecca Moore, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“DOWNTOWN OTTAWA OFFICE ONLY Since 2003 I have been working with children, adolescents, adults and families who experience a wide variety of psychological and interpersonal difficulties. Special areas of interest include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, and problems related to identity and self-esteem, including issues pertinent to LGBT individuals. I also have expertise in parenting as well as issues specific to children and adolescents, such as behavioural problems, the effects of parental conflict and divorce, and school refusal.
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.
Leigh Karos, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I have been providing psychological assessment and therapy services since 1997. In private practice, I work with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples experiencing a wide range of concerns. Special areas of interest include interpersonal difficulties, family conflict, separation and divorce, parenting, depression, anxiety, and trauma. I also am experienced in working with individuals facing issues related to self, identity, and sexuality as well as unique challenges confronted by LGBT individuals and their families.
(613) 402-2484
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B5
Meghan Simmons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“It is important to me that clients feel comfortable to safely examine the patterns in their life that may be preventing them from attaining their goals. I work with individuals, couples, and families to support them to feel empowered to attain those goals. I enjoy working with both adults and adolescents. My areas of specialization include anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, relationship conflict, as well as gender and sexuality issues.
(613) 800-0569
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B5
Jennifer Fotheringham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW
“I've always been interested in people, their stories and how they interact with others, particularly in times of crisis and change. As a career counsellor in the United Kingdom, I worked with individuals experiencing loss and undergoing transition in the job sector. Returning to Canada, I completed an undergraduate and a graduate degree in social work allowing me the opportunity to provide interventional and support group services to hospital patients from diverse background - many facing life-threatening illness.
(613) 797-5361
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5K7
Marlise Meilan, Counselor  in Ottawa
“For me, therapy is about listening deeply, sorting through difficulties, and helping you to feel heard, recognized, respected, and cared about. As well as addressing problems, my hope is to assist people in finding new ways of relating to themselves and to the world, realize their strengths and abilities, and learn strategies for future success.
(613) 791-7793
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7Y3
Scott Donald, Counselor  in Ottawa
“My background is in the areas of counselling, teaching, and facilitation. My passion is helping individuals and groups to realize their full-potential. I use a combination of client-centred and cognitive behavioural approaches to help clients gain clarity about their goals, recognize self-limiting behaviours and thoughts, and support them in taking steps to move towards their objectives. My services can also be provided under the direct supervision of a psychologist, which may allow you to claim them through your supplemental health insurance.
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