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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
Laura A Schleifer, Psychologist  in Westmount
“We, as human beings, all face difficult times during our lives. These phases can leave us feeling out of control and isolated. The simple act of choosing change in your life can help you to feel empowered and on a path to a greater sense of well-being. As an integrative therapist (using cognitive behavioral, supportive, interpersonal and existential techniques), I will first help you to define your goals and then support you as you work towards achieving them. Using those techniques that best suit your particular needs and styles, we will effectively create a New Therapy tailored specifically for you.
(514) 622-5242
Heather B MacIntosh, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I work with adolescents, adults and couples as they struggle with the aftereffects of traumas in their lives and relationships, both present and past. Childhood abuse, combat exposure and interpersonal violence are but some of the kinds of experiences that my clients have survived. Some of my clients struggle with dissociation, nightmares and flashbacks, overwhelming emotions, addictions and self harm. I also work with individuals and couples who are exploring their sexuality and gender identity. Overall, the goal of this work is to build a healthy self and healthy relationships with friends and partners.
(514) 398-7056
Vana Lambrou, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in therapy with children 3-13 years old. I have studied and trained at various academic institutions over the years in Canada, the United States and Europe. I possess clinical experience with children and families having worked on two hospital teams at the Montreal Children's Hospital Department of Psychiatry regarding treatment for ADHD children as well as the Royal Victoria Hospital's Day Treatment program for children with emotional and behavioural problems. Additionally, I teach Psychology at CEGEP and have taught Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at McGill University.
(438) 886-3797
Lisa Brookman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pierrefonds
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW, psychot
“I am a licensed psychotherapist working with individuals, couples and families and the co-director of the West Island Therapy Centre. I specialize in issues related to depression, anxiety, self-esteem and confidence issues, marriage and divorce, curatorships, and loss and bereavement. As well as issues related to reproductive mental health such as infertility, postpartum depression, and adoption. I am also a psychotherapist recognized by the OPQ. The psychotherapeutic approach I use in my practice is both cognitive behavioural and solution focused/goal oriented.I strongly believe in empowering my clients to create positive, long lasting outcomes for even the most challenging life issues.
(514) 400-2518
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
Stafford (in)Fertility Counselling Services, Counselor  in Gatineau
“I offer bilingual counselling services in a safe, non-judgemental and supportive environment. I specialize in working with clients dealing with relationship and health-related challenges, women's issues, and mind/body awareness in promoting healing. Infertility and Reproductive Health Counselling is also a central focus for my practice: Individuals and couples facing the stresses of infertility and its treatments, loss, grief, difficult decision-making, etc. I provide the mandatory counselling assessment sessions required by law preceding infertility treatments. My counselling style is collaborative and in every situation, we focus on building hope, courage and resilience in the face of challenges and loss.
(613) 850-5754
Gatineau, Quebec J8Y 3Y3
Monica Justin, Psychologist  in Montréal
“I am a licensed psychologist working with adult clients in individual therapy. I have worked with a wide range of clients in my practice and use a collaborative and strength based approach that includes CBT, humanistic, and solution focused modalities. I help clients deal with issues such as stress management, depression, anxiety, burn out and trauma. I also specialize in the area of multicultural counseling, teaching, and training. I actively contribute to the discipline and study of psychology through graduate level teaching and scholarly publications that have focused on issues of acculturation, cultural identity and cross-cultural transitions.
(514) 400-9342
Cynthia S Larabie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
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
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
Nicolette Adrienne De Smit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montréal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“If you experienced trauma, abuse, or loss as a child, or if you are a parent who is worried about your child, I may be able to help you. With over 35 years of clinical experience, I have dealt with most problems experienced by children and families. I receive my clients with warmth and acceptance. I work closely with parents to find individualized interventions best suited for their family or child. Together we will find solutions for your current personal or family problems, and help you or your child to heal from past experiences.
(514) 244-5123
Olga Savina Psychotherapist,   in Westmount
“Are you looking for a relief from anxiety that paralyzes you and does not let you enjoy your life? Are you experiencing an emotional turmoil and don't know how to make sense of it? There is a way out and I can help. I have worked with many clients afflicted by both internal emotions such as depression, anxiety, grief, self doubt (to name a few), as well as painful life circumstances such as infidelity, divorce, and difficulties in interpersonal relations. I strive to provide my clients with a safe environment free of judgement and labels.
(514) 691-6542
Francine Macinnis, Psychologist  in Montréal
“Do you find yourself overwhelmed by feelings of worry, sadness, loneliness, or frustration? Perhaps you are disappointed with the turn your life has taken? You may even spend much of your time distracted by situations and events that you know probably will never happen and yet they leave you feeling preoccupied, disconnected from your relationships, unproductive in your work, or simply unable to enjoy life's simple pleasures. Do you struggle to communicate your feelings effectively to others? Left unattended, feelings can intensify, and get expressed in unproductive, angry, or hurtful ways towards yourself and the people you love.
(514) 319-1744
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
“Are you overwhelmed, sad, angry, experiencing relationship/family issues, or unhappy at work? Feels like your life is spinning out of control with no real direction? Are you or your child struggling at school? Is reading, writing, math or homework time problematic? Is behavior a concern? In order to move forward, it is important to understand what is really going on in your or your child's life. Within a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential environment together we can explore, understand and develop the necessary steps needed to effect positive life changes. Career counseling, and customized workshops are also available.
Blanche Moskovici, Art Therapist  in Baie D'urfé
“Are you ready to become a conscious catalyst of your own healing process? I provide a creative therapeutic presence within a secure space to explore underlying issues for your symptoms of anxiety, burnout, depression, emotional and psychological distress. Whether you are experiencing significant life transitions, loss, trauma, or you are a caregiver struggling to maintain your own balance while caring for a loved one touched by mental illness, optimizing your present and future level of functioning is my therapeutic focus. You will learn self-care strategies to manage your inner critic, express disturbing emotions, set limits and develop healthier relationships.
(514) 242-1262
Edith Kornacki, Psychologist  in Westmount
“Are you feeling depressed, anxious or overwhelmed? I believe it is important for you to feel comfortable with a therapist who can listen well to you in a caring, nonjudgmental way. My style is respectful, empathic and collaborative in order to help you better understand yourself. I am a licenced clinical psychologist with more than 17 years of experience. I work with individuals and adolescents who have problems such as depression, anxiety, loss and mourning, addiction, self-esteem and relationship problems. I can help you feel better about yourself, experience more intimacy in your relationships and leave the past behind.
(514) 488-8319
Centre Chrysalis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pointe-claire
“Would you and your partner like to feel closer and better connected? Do you find yourselves having the same fight repeatedly? Would you would like to improve communication and intimacy? Working through infidelity? Parenting issues a challenge? Is someone in your family struggling with an eating disorder, self-harm or depression? Going through divorce or remarriage? No matter what brings you to therapy, my goal is to go beyond helpful tools, hoping that you will be empowered to free yourself from the negative cycles of conflict and despair; you will find a new and better way to experience your relationships.
(514) 574-7104
Rita Odabachian, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I help clients address and resolve their difficulties in a humanistic therapeutic environment. Working in private, hospital and soon corporate settings, I have expertise in treating a variety of issues ranging from mood disorders to chronic pain as well as personality disorders and assessment.
(514) 817-8972
Lindsay Chipman, Counselor  in Westmount
“I am a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression. I provide a personalized approach to an emotion focused therapy that helps patients better understand the mechanisms preventing them from realizing their potential, achieving greater intimacy in their relationships, and developing a better relationship with themselves. I offer clients in my practice an opportunity to clearly understand what issues they face, work together to confront these struggles, and to realize each individual's capacity to make meaningful change.
(514) 237-6643
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
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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?
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