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Therapists in Saint-l%e9onard

Area auto-widened to the state of Quebec - no Therapists were found in the city of Saint-l%e9onard, QC
Chantal Ste-Marie, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“As Co-founder of West Island Psychological Services (WIPS), my goal is to guide children and their families to reach their highest potential at home, school, and in their community. Whether your child is struggling academically, has difficulty paying attention in class, or displays emotional and/or behavioral difficulties, I can help. Or perhaps you are in need of guidance on how you can better help your child with their challenges. I have vast experience working with children and families in a variety of clinical settings, including non-profit organizations, public and private schools, hospitals, and private practices.
(514) 500-3931
Linda J Kalman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pierrefonds
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, PSW
“I am an experienced, clinical social worker/therapist with a diverse private practice in the West Island area of Montreal. I will set up Skype and/or telephone sessions for those who are unable to meet face-to-face due to distance or other factors. I see individuals, couples, families, and groups and work with clients of all ages. I am pleased to be able to offer therapy through play with children. Rather than having one set therapeutic modality, I prefer to join with the clients where they see themselves. We can then work together in dynamic therapeutic ways meant to meet individual and specific needs.
(514) 600-0224
Tamara Glen Soles, Psychologist  in Westmount
“As a child and adolescent psychologist, I am dedicated to helping children and their families feel supported and function at their best. Whether you are facing significant challenges with your child or just need some help getting through developmental stages, my goal is to provide strength based, effective interventions grounded in the latest research. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), family therapy, or parent-child models may be used to treat specific problems such as anxiety, depression, attention difficulties/ADHD, oppositional behaviours, anger management, school refusal, and more. Additionally, I conduct comprehensive psycho-educational assessments of learning and/or behavioural difficulties.
(514) 699-3890
Sepi Zargarpour, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I believe that times of hardship and difficulty can often provide opportunities for personal growth by leading one to take stock of one’s priorities, values, perceptions, relationships and environments; to replace dysfunctional coping strategies with more effective ones; to reevaluate and explore one’s goals; to discover what gives one’s life greater meaning and satisfaction, and to uncover one’s strengths and capacities. As a clinical psychologist (Ph.D) with extensive experience and training, I am dedicated to helping my clients realize their goals and explore opportunities for personal growth.
(514) 962-7727
Phani Nicole Papachristou, Counselor  in Westmount
“I have a deep conviction in the value of this profession and in what unfolds through the therapeutic process. The most important aspect is the meaningful relationship that will develop between us. It will facilitate in the understanding of older relational patterns and will serve as a guide towards more meaningful and secure relationships.You will also have a safe space to explore and gain insight into past experiences that could be too painful and confusing to bring to awareness without a supportive therapeutic presence. Furthermore by working these through it will broaden the range of effective coping strategies used in the present.
(514) 659-7426
Paula Merovitz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Westmount
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd
“I am a psychotherapist with 24 years of experience working with an adult population of individuals and couples. I address issues of depression, loss, anxiety, unresolved family relationships, relationship breakdown, sexuality, divorce, parenting, eating disorders, enhancing communication, lifestyle coaching. My goal is to empower you, to help you understand yourself better and to enable you to make the changes you need to live a healthier life.
(514) 484-9668
Violet Reveira, Psychologist  in Dollard-des-ormeaux
“Do you feel as if life is a constant struggle, like you are afraid and worried all the time, as if life is easy for everyone but you? Are you struggling with relationships, having problems at work, and feeling like your friends and family do not understand? I can help you to make meaningful changes towards a happier, healthier life. With more than a decade of counseling experience, I have helped clients who struggled with anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, phobias, depression, relationship issues, self esteem issues, parenting issues, and feelings of disappointment in their life or themselves.
Cynthia S Larabie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW(pc), BSW, BA
“Personal growth is an ongoing process that at times requires focused attention and assistance. Effective treatment, in my opinion, is built on a trusting relationship which is best facilitated through an approach that is interactive and collaborative. I am a bilingual, licensed, therapist who has been in the helping field for 28years. My interactive style tends to be warm, engaging and respectful; while also being clear and direct. I am also known to introduce creative and humorous approaches to the interactive process and the presenting challenges. All of which occurs within a "strengths based" optical and in a relaxed setting.
(514) 521-4972
Nilmini De Silva, Psychologist  in Longueuil
“Dr. De Silva holds a Master's and PhD in Counselling Psychology at McGill University. She has specialized in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Couple and Family Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy. Since the beginning of her career in 2003, Dr. De Silva has gained extensive experience providing individual therapy, couple and family therapy, evaluating and treating anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, and a variety of other disorders. Dr. De Silva has trained novice psychologists in doctoral programs at McGill University, led therapy and support groups, and led workshops on time management and productivity enhancement.
(514) 969-0277
Beverly Monk, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have over 15 years experience, and extensive training specializing in therapy with couples and individuals whose relationships have become places of fear, insecurity, anger and loneliness, where bonds of emotional safety, trust and intimacy have eroded over time. I offer couples in distress a short-term, emotionally-focused approach, creating greater closeness, a way back to the heart of your relationship. If the connection that you'd hoped you could depend on forever seems lost, replaced by distance and confusion, I can help you rekindle intimacy and compassion, a secure bond you can depend on even in hard times.
(514) 893-7437
Paula Lorimer, Psychologist  in Lachine
“My goal is to help you grow and evolve, to achieve success and overall health and wellness. I am a licensed psychologist and clinical director of Evolution Psychology Center located in Lachine, Montreal, Quebec. I work collaboratively and focus on you as an individual. I use a whole person approach (mind/body/emotions) and use effective, common sense approaches to resolve your difficulties and help improve your well-being. I also work with other health professionals to provide a multidisciplinary approach to your care. Your well-being is the priority.
(514) 612-0112
Lachine, Quebec H8S 2N5
Linda Davies, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montreal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“Sometimes our feelings, worries or fears seem unmanageable, even overwhelming. We feel afraid things will never change. But things can change. Often these emotional states have their origins in our past but we may be unaware of this link. By uncovering the roots of emotional patterns, I offer a process which can address a wide range of problems whether related to relationships, parenting, depression or anxiety. As someone outside your circle of friends and family, I can help you safely explore your inner world at your own pace. Therapy is an investment in yourself. We can work through this together.
(514) 655-1574
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1T3
Jacqueline Sinfield,   in Montréal
“I work with Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) or ADHD tendencies and help them to minimize the negative aspects of ADHD so they can reach the potential they know they are capable of. Some issues you might be struggling with are Procrastination Disorganization, Overwhelm, Difficultly making decisions, Problems with relationships, Job performance, Time management, Anxiety, Worry, Energy highs and lows, Working out your priorities, Difficulty completing a project, Critical inner voice, Low self esteem, Feel stressed, Struggle to manage paper work, If this is you, don't worry! There is lots we can do to help this behaviour.
(514) 482-7555
Angela Cabral, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“People come to me to resolve challenges that get in the way of living well. A trusting relationship is the essence of effective treatment. You need to feel understood and connected in order to share your inner world. My training and extensive years of experience enable me to earn trust and cooperation to help people identify and achieve their goals. My approach to treatment is interactive and collaborative and my style is warm and engaging. Respectfulness, clarity and directness tempered by humour characterize my work.
(514) 400-2288
Rachel Starr, Psychologist  in Montréal
“Psychotherapy is a good place to ease suffering, to arrive at more satisfying decisions, and to gain vitality. Are you worried about certain symptoms, or feeling unable to cope with emotions? Maybe you are discouraged, confused, or unsatisfied with "stuck" patterns in your relationships. Therapy offers a re-looking at what is close to us already. Sometimes, we recognize what we know, but in a different way. What frees us from lonely paralysis or the repetition of unsatisfying behaviour or thinking is the presence of another. This blind circle of reflection only opens up when there is someone to talk to.
(514) 277-5970
Karen Aronoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“I am a bilingual psychotherapist with over 20 years experience, practicing near downtown Montreal. I offer hope and help to people who struggle with addictions, adults who suffered childhood abuse, as well as those suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, loss, relationship issues and work related problems.
(514) 400-2502
Michaela Georgescu, Psychologist  in Hudson
“Everyone has their own unique way of experiencing stress and anxiety, and specific thinking patterns that lead them to interpret a situation as stressful and anxiety-provoking. Using the most efficient, up-to-date psychological techniques, I help my clients resolve their problems, change dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors, and accept situations over which they have no control. I am easy to talk to, get along very well with my clients, and truly care about their welfare.
(514) 400-9355
Hudson, Quebec J0P 1H0
Dr. Shelley McColl, Psychologist  in Pointe-claire
“Are you or your child struggling with problems in attention, organization, or learning at school or work? Are your anxiety or health-problems getting in the way of living your life? I can help.
(514) 500-3931
Mary Hulley, Psychotherapist  in Beaconsfield
“I am a psychotherapist offering therapy to individuals, couples or families within a caring, non judgmental context. I provide an atmosphere of understanding, and I work collaboratively with my clients to help them achieve practical solutions to resolve their difficulties and to enhance the quality of their lives. My approach integrates insight oriented Psychoanalytic Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples' Therapy and other forms of intervention tailored to the needs of each client.
(514) 239-3075
Mel Berish, Counselor  in Westmount
“Seeking out therapy can be both exciting, as one begins a journey of self exploration and discovery, and terrifying, particularly when one doesn't know what to expect. I work with a wide variety of individuals to build a strong therapeutic relationship and to create a space in which they can begin to feel safe exploring their inner world. This exploration, occurring in sessions once or twice per week, is based on the understanding that unconscious influences affect the thoughts, feelings and/or behaviors which may be affecting work, play, or important interpersonal relationships.
(514) 928-6352
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Saint-l%e9onard have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Saint-l%e9onard you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Saint-l%e9onard and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Saint-l%e9onard or family therapy in Saint-l%e9onard.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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