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Grief Therapists in Cambridge
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Sherry Maxwell,   in Cambridge
“As a counsellor, I specialize in supporting my clients as they struggle with issues and move toward personal development and life enrichment. I use a variety of approaches tailored to individual needs that allow my clients to tackle obstacles, address concerns, and gain the control they desire in their lives.
Grief
(519) 621-8858
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 1W8
Heidi Neu, Counselling, Art & Play Therapy, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I use creative approaches in my work with women, children and families. I use art and play therapy to help children express and process their emotions. I also work with women needing a warm and supportive place to process a variety of life issues.
Grief
(519) 304-5700
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 1S3
Mary Luard Molnar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BEd, MSW, RSW
“HOLD ME TIGHT COUPLES WEEKEND RETREAT, May 30-31, 2015. Register early. An affordable gift to your relationship of $550 for 16 hours of professional guidance and support for a Safer, Connected and Loving Relationship that endures. Based on Dr. Sue Johnson's landmark work in Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy. This is the work that I do and that I love. It has the best outcomes yet for couples. For more information: freshbeginningsforcouples.net
Grief
(519) 500-4268
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 3G2
Ingrid M Jacobson, Counselor  in Cambridge
“My priority is for you to feel welcomed and safe in my office. Our sessions will be guided by your presenting issues and may explore relationships both past and present and the impact of those experiences on your current situation. You may be coming to address issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, stress, difficult life transitions, past or present abuse or relationship challenges. We will look at patterns that may be present in your life and explore new ways of being.
Grief
(519) 822-3823
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 8L4
Trillium Counselling, Counselor  in Cambridge
“We all need well-being. With 30 years experience, I provide therapy and support to help you sort things out, be happier and more fulfilled. We'll address what's in the way of being confident, authentic, and fulfilled in relationships with yourself and others. You can develop a deeper awareness and trust of yourself; connecting with self-compassion and respect and your own sense of purpose and direction. Rooted in Family Systems Theory and Mindfulness training, my approach is client directed incorporating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy / EFT / Emotional Release and Breath Work / Inner-Child, Re-parenting and Eriksonian Hypnosis.
Grief
(647) 977-5716
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N3C 0C8
Kelly A Mclarnon-sinclair, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MTS, RMFT
“I work with adults, children and youth, and the relationships between. Together we address stress, anxiety, depression, family transition, and grief, and work to resolve inner and relational conflicts stemming from childhood or past trauma and loss. I am interested in the growth and development of children and youth and meeting their needs within family and school environments. I welcome clients with diagnoses that affect social and academic learning. It is an honour to work with individuals through pain and struggle, and it is gratifying to witness the unfolding of one's strength and potential toward inner peace and confidence.
Grief
(519) 574-1053
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 3C7
Judy Barnes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Psychotherapist and Registered Social Worker. Judy is a member in good standing with the College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. She has achieved a Masters of Social Work degree (with distinction) from Wilfrid Laurier University. She has additional training in Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and post-graduate training in Addictions from McMaster University.
Grief
(519) 653-2000
Cambridge, Ontario N3H 1C2
Leanne Wagner  in Cambridge
“I work with a variety of clients including adolescents and adults in individual as well as a couple's formats. My areas of interest include marriage and couples counselling, eating disorders, anxiety, communication skills, relationship difficulties, parenting, depression, self esteem issues, trauma, and post traumatic stress, and pain.
Grief
(226) 777-0409
Cambridge, Ontario N1S 1H6
Sarah Schlote, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, CCC, SEP
“Stress, traumatic events, poor attunement from our caregivers as children, or overwhelming life situations can create a number of emotional changes and health conditions that may be causing you concern, and can sometimes lead to coping strategies that, while unhealthy, may be the only thing you have that is helping you to manage the chaos, emptiness or shame within. If you are feeling overwhelmed by emotions (anxiety, anger, hypervigilant - fight/flight), disconnected (flat, dissociated, collapsed - freeze), have low self-worth and high self-criticism, and struggle with your relationship with yourself and others, you've come to the right place.
Grief
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 2E4
Christine Anne McCormack,   in Cambridge
“In total privacy I can help you figure out what you can do to feel better about yourself and your life and to live more fully, with purpose and meaning. When your sick and tired of being sick and tired.You want to heal the past hurts and begin making sense of how you will go on in your life; finding your path, and learning how to make new decisions that help you achieve success and as a result, feel the happiness that is yours.
Grief
(519) 831-2004
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1P 1A1
Phil Naylor, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I customize my interventions to the needs, preferences and directions of my clients to provide a comfortable, sensitive, empowering and effective experience. I work with a wide range of issues and am especially adept at working with trauma/PTSD, panic attacks, anxiety, phobias, depression and life transition issues. I facilitate powerful, measurable, client-centred results, quickly.As a seasoned therapist with a background that includes extensive experience as a psychotherapist, a mental health crisis worker and a clinical supervisor, I bring strong therapy skills, an extensive knowledge base and many years of experience to serve you.
Grief
(519) 803-2965
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 1H8
Gregory Bassett, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
Marriage & Family Therapist
“My role is to be beside you in the struggle that you define. My task is to draw you out into a discovery of your strengths and resiliencies which in turn empowers you to resolve the tensions that beset you. When that happens for you, you will know that the purpose for which you came to counselling is achieved. You will have rewritten your personal story constructively.
Grief
(519) 900-1612
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1P 1A1
Roberta McKay, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I have been a psychotherapist for the past 24 years. I specialize in a somatic (body-mind) approach to resolve issues that interfere with one's happiness and well being. We will look at how early life experiences affect us and our relationships. This helps in developing a greater understanding in how one behaves in their current life, creating more options for lasting change. This work is very effective in treating depression by helping one feel more aliveness, energy and a sense of well being.It helps with anxiety by providing tools to create a sense of calm and presence.
Grief
(519) 900-1644
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 8M3
Mary C. Manson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MTS, CCPA
“Take advantage of my no-fee first session to give yourself a chance with psychotherapy. I work with individuals and couples to rebuild relationships, establish identity, understand and negotiate conflict, manage debilitating sadness, guilt, anger, anxiety or spiritual crisis - and basically move through whatever is obstructing a happy, healthy, loving life. I assist you in discovering how you unconsciously sabotage what you yearn for most deeply. We have profound resources inside of us that sometimes get squished, and given the opportunity, in a non-judgmental environment of warmth, openness and skilled inquiry, we can learn how to Live Life Better.
Grief
(519) 835-3820
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 1A1
Coryn Stehouwer,   in Cambridge
“Are you suffering from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or lack of self-esteem? Do you have difficulty sleeping or struggle with over or under-eating? Are you living through loss and transitions? Are you a caregiver and reaching a point out where you're not sure how much more you can give? Would you like to enjoy life more and improve your relationships? If any of these are true for you, you are not alone, and I'm so glad you found your way here.
Grief
(519) 448-1313
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 1P1
Catherine Berry-Valeriote Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Psychotherapy can help when: a life issue causes heartache, you want to improve yourself in some way, or life has become unbearable as it is. Meaningful progress will come from the relationship we will develop, including a sense of being understood as a unique individual. Feeling accepted for all that you are - both successes and failures - enables you to look at hard-to-face places about yourself, and discover new perspectives. A stronger sense of yourself will develop, and you will make clearer decisions that are right for your particular life. You will come to see yourself differently, and others will experience you differently.
Grief
(519) 760-3615
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N3H 3J3
Carlos Neves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, RSW
“Life can challenge us in ways that leave us feeling overwhelmed and in emotional pain. Sometimes we need help to get back on track. Counselling is an opportunity to feel safe, respected, heard and appreciated for who you really are. It is a place to get perspective on your life, learn coping skills and to explore solutions that work for you.
Grief
(519) 546-8626
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 5W8
Christopher Heap, Psychological Associate  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, CPsychA
“I have observed that people possess an incredible capacity to make positive changes in their lives even in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. Key to the therapeutic process is listening; listening not only to the problems that a person is seeking help to resolve, but also listening to discover their inherent abilities, competencies and resiliencies. I am committed to helping you learn skills that will enable you to live a healthier life now and in the future.
Grief
(519) 900-1615
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 4N2
Robert McArthur, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, RSSW, ICADC
“Robert grew up in an alcoholic home, and then became a substance abuser himself. In 1988 he embarked on a road to recovery. Since becoming clean and sober, Robert returned to school and with his education and experience he began working in the addiction profession in 1990. He has experience with in-patient, outpatient, individual & group counselling as well as lecturing and facilitating workshops. Using Robert's educational background accompanied with his addiction experience, he is helping others on their own road to recovery.
Grief
(519) 342-2950
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 5W8
Monique Peats, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MTS-PC, MSW, RSW, OACCPP
“As a psychotherapist and co-founder of an internationally awarded recovery wellness program, my goal is to help you on your healing journey. I enjoy working with couples, individuals, youth, older children and families. I will collaboratively work alongside you using evidence informed theories to help you work through the things that are keeping you from living your best life. I believe that you are the expert in your life and that my role is to equip you with tools that will enable you to work through the issues that are most concerning.
Grief
(519) 746-0490
Office is near:
Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2L8

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