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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Toronto

Psychotherapy Referral Service, Counselor  in Toronto
“Looking for a psychotherapist but can't decide? Psychotherapy Referral Service can help. After a confidential meeting with one of our skilled therapist-interviewers, PRS will refer you to a highly qualified therapist suited to your needs, personality and life experience.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 920-0655
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Kathy Vance, Counselor  in Toronto
“A series of sessions is often unnecessary. 1-3 right on meetings can do wonders to get back on the right track or for the first time. I've been a psychotherapist for individuals and families for over 25 years and have seen people from many cultural backgrounds. For the first ten years of my practice I partnered with a family doctor as co-therapist. Stress and anxiety from family, work or romance issues are common underlying problems, very individually expressed. I welcome inquiry calls.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 465-4121
Toronto, Ontario M4K 2P1
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BBA, MDiv, MSW, CSAT, IITAP
“I have built my practice from therapist referrals; so you can say that I am a therapist to therapists. Having previously counselled sex offenders, you can trust that there is nothing I haven't heard and have experience likely treating something more challenging than what you are facing. What sets me apart is that I truly have a safe environment, can implement therapeautic approaches to match your personality, and I am not interested in treating symptoms--I am only interested in treating issues at the core. I allow you to see all notes taken during session, so I'm noBS
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 723-2666
Toronto, Ontario M6S 1N2
Adam Segal, Counselor  in Toronto
“Are you feeling overwhelmed and stressed out? Is it hard to feel like you are 'good enough'? Do you feel like you're finding it difficult to cope? If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, sexuality issues, low self-esteem or relationships, therapy can be a vital tool in creating lasting positive change. A caring therapist can ease the burden of adjusting to life's transitions.Through our work together, we can help you overcome obstacles to greater self-esteem, more satisfying relationships, & a greater sense of peace & wellbeing.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(647) 977-5889
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V7
Tammy Laber, Counselor  in Toronto
“People tell me I'm open, caring and friendly. Maybe that's why I went into counselling! I'm very comfortable discussing what may be difficult topics for you, and finding ways to make your relationships better. Specialities include marriage counselling, career counselling, depression and anxiety, sexuality therapy, addictions and body image work. I am non-judgmental about diversity, and committed to helping you learn to make your life more satisfying. I have two graduate degrees, having studied both Communications and Counselling, and many years of helping people to reach their goals.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 406-5147
Toronto, Ontario M4J 1C3
At Beaches Family Practice, Psychology is Growth, Psychological Associate  in Toronto
“Certified for children, adolescents and adults, I'm considered effective with people, 5 years through 60. To enquire privately by SECURE MESSAGE, go to: https://psychologyisgrowth (dot) securepatientarea (dot) com/portal/ . Between them, Clinical Psychology and School Psychology cover the spectrum of life's challenges. Here, psychology is comfortable, evidence-based and time-efficient. We treat diverse issues with evidence-based therapies. If truly necessary, I diagnose. Attachment, behaviour, learning disabilities, mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, sleep, school behaviour, mood, OCD, language disorders (with a speech-language pathologist), developmental delays, school motivation, concussion and developmental trauma are among the many issues I treat.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 698-0999 x206
Toronto, Ontario M4E 2X2
Allison Reeves, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered Clinical and Forensic Psychologist in Ontario. My training in emotion focused therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy allows me to support clients on a range of life issues and concerns. I also conduct a variety of psychological assessments, including diagnostic, personality, cognitive, accident, and legal assessments. More information on my practice can be found at my website: http://allisonreevespsychology.com/. My office is located near Sherbourne subway station and I offer sliding scale rates and accept insurance plans.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 822-8805
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3L4
Dawn N Binkowski, Counselor  in Toronto
“Sadness, depression, anxiety or anger can interfere with our enjoyment of life and keep us stuck. Our inability to tolerate these feelings can lead to addictive patterns or behaviours which threaten to take over our life. Sometimes we establish a pattern of unhealthy relationships and can't understand how we have ended up there, once again. My style is supportive, compassionate, warm and honest. I will provide you with helpful feedback about how you get in your own way and I will work with you to find a new path that fits for you.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(647) 977-5719
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V7
Laurie Weinberg Therapist, Counselor  in Toronto
“Do you feel alone with depression, anxiety, social phobia, emotional eating or other issues that keep you from living a satisfying life? Do you feel weighed down instead of feeling alive and enthusiastic? I am here to walk with you so you can be supported to get to a new place in life. Don't do it alone. Sometimes people feel they should just get over it or work on things by themselves. As an experienced therapist I can assist you to make the journey faster. I am available for a free 30 minute consultation by phone or in person.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 465-0739
Toronto, Ontario M4K 2W1
Margaret Mikkelborg,   in Toronto
“I specialize in working with individuals who are searching for meaning and new direction in their lives. Based on over 20 years of experience with the work of Carl Jung, Yoga and Focusing (body-centered psychotherapy), I have come to understand the value of working with dreams in order to tune into the deep guidance from the Self. We all have a deep centre of knowing within each of us which we need to learn to access and listen to. A lack of alignment with the Self can lead to all manner of symptoms, including weight gain, depression, lack of direction and problems with relationships.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 892-5348
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1S7
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.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 691-3547 x1
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L5
Eric Evans, Counselor  in Toronto
“The psychotherapy I provide goes well beyond the simple ways we often think about ourselves: depressed, anxious, traumatized etc. These are useful labels but for each person there is a whole lifetime leading up to those ideas. You can think about them alone, but talking with the safety and care that I provide makes all the difference. Psychotherapy is about how you talk to me, what you say, when you say it and the confidentiality creates a space where we can bring all the ways you may be with me to awareness.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 697-8731
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V7
Sherry A Holt,   in Toronto
MEd, CPsych
“I believe we are all capable of improving our lives but many of us become "stuck" in the process due to self doubt, insecurity, lack of self esteem, past and/or present trauma, losses, etc. My approach is to work together to find the most appropriate solutions for these issues, or find comfort and acceptance with the challenges of life. With broader perspectives, or an alternative life choice, we increase our general well-being. I believe in practical solutions and appropriate perspectives, allowing all of us a better sense of comfort and competency in everyday life.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 414-2758
Toronto, Ontario M6K 3P6
Luisa de Amaral,   in Toronto
“Frustration. Confusion. Anxiety. Misdirected anger. Control issues. Apathy. These are just some of the difficult experiences inherent to our existence. If you've been struggling for some time and what you're doing isn't providing adequate relief, I can help. In a safe and receptive environment I will support you to experience and explore aspects of yourself to gain awareness and insights. As your relationship to self, others and the environment develops, new possibilities will emerge and empower you to make effective personal changes. This offers more authenticity, excitement and courage to living.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(647) 688-2331
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2K3
Felisa Shizgal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd
“I work with couples and adults of all ages, specializing in the treatment of trauma, abuse and neglect. Therapy provides an opportunity to discuss how symptoms such as: depression, anxiety, anger, relationship difficulties, addictions, self-harm, and emotional volatility, can feel overwhelming and unmanageable. Over and over I've witnessed people using therapy to help themselves feel safer in the world, more hopeful, and better able to reach their full potential in life, work, and in relationship with themselves and others. I am an experienced, empathic therapist and I collaborate to tailor therapy to meet each client's individual needs.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 992-5060
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2L3
Sandra Flear, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with adults, specializing in attachment and relationship issues of all kinds, self-esteem, and in the treatment of trauma, particularly childhood sexual abuse. You may be struggling with feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness, depression, anxiety, or numbness that you don't know what to do about. Therapy provides a safe container to connect to your experience, feel and integrate it more fully, and change patterns that no longer work for you. Feeling listened to, seen, understood, and appreciated are basic human needs and powerfully transformative.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(647) 862-1706
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1M2
KMA Therapy, Counselor  in Toronto
“Welcome! I'm Kimberly Moffit. I've been practicing psychotherapy in Toronto since 2008, and started KMA Therapy so that clients can embark on their own individual therapeutic journey. In therapy we work towards understanding our clinical issues like stress, anxiety, and depression, and how we arrived in our current mindframe in the first place. At KMA Therapy, we are a team of psychologists, psychotherapists, and counsellors who represent some of Toronto's leading experts in the mental health and psychology field. We welcome a diverse range of clients into our psychotherapy practice at Yonge and Eglinton, and we are very excited to meet you.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 487-6288
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Donna M Reist, Psychologist  in Toronto
“(Yonge at St.Clair) I am a registered psychologist providing counselling, short and long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoeducational and clinical assessments. I specialize in trauma assessment and therapy, family and interpersonal relationship issues, substance abuse, stress and anxiety management.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 750-9400
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1Y7
Judy Langmuir,   in Toronto
MT-BC, MTA
“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.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 709-4898
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2
Julia Olsen, Counselor  in Toronto
“Have you had enough of the misery, confusion, frustration and wasted energy from going round in circles? If you feel you'd like some effective change in your life, I can help you to achieve that, and to find relief. Finding what you need to bring peace, calm, comfort and ease back into your life is possible and more efficient with the help of a professionally trained therapist. I'm sure you've been making a valiant effort on your own. The truth is: getting help is easier.
Thinking Disorders
Bisexual Issues
(416) 323-1601
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 3C8

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