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Therapists in Toronto

Michael B Waxman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, msw, rsw
“The decision to begin therapy is one that takes courage. I want to commend you on taking this first step and searching for someone that can help. Perhaps you have been experiencing feelings of anxiety, sadness, confusion, a lack of motivation or other feelings that just don't feel right...or maybe these feelings describe someone that you know and care about. I believe I can help. And I hope you will take some time to look through this website and consider the counselling services that I have to offer. I look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you might have.
(416) 575-9458
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Micheline Savard, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychologist with 15 years of experience, 5 years as a licensed clinical psychologist and 10 years prior as a psychotherapist. I work with adults, couples, adolescents and families. I am privileged to have worked with people on issues that include anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, infidelity, LGBT, sexual problems, difficulty managing stress, loneliness, dissatisfaction with relationship at work or at home, family relationship conflicts, couple relationship difficulties, addiction, work-related problems, coping with chronic illness and injuries, abuse, lifestyle changes, and difficult life transitions such as loss of a loved one, divorce, or career changes.
(416) 803-1319
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2N8
Sharon Girgis, Registered Psychotherapist  in Toronto
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Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP
“It can be hard to cope with life's challenges. Whether you're an adolescent going through changes or transitioning into adulthood, counselling is helpful in exploring what some of these struggles are and learning the appropriate coping skills to function more effectively in life. I am a registered psychotherapist and have been working with youth and young adults for over 10 years. My passion is to work with people in these transitional life stages using evidence informed practices. I believe in a holistic model of care collaborating with other practitioners to help people achieve balance by dealing with the root cause of their issues.
(647) 725-2525
Toronto, Ontario M4M 1K2
Oren Gozlan, Psychologist  in Toronto
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Psychologist, PsyD, ABPP, RRP
“At times you may feel that patterns of experiencing the world stubbornly persist and lead you to emotional, functional or relationship difficulties.My approach to treatment is aimed at helping you open up ways of experiencing the world. Therapy involves working closely to identify constraints of patterns and habits, help enhance self awarness and find creative paths and choices. I have over 15 years of experience treating and assessing individuals in private practice and hospital settings.
(416) 220-7830
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1B8
Chanthalone Smith, Psychologist  in Toronto
“My main objective is to help clients learn to mindfully attend to the present moment, so that they can develop greater awareness of their own thinking, emotions and behaviours. I support individuals who are coping with a variety of emotional, social, and behavioural challenges. I provide assessments and evidence-based treatments to help individuals develop skills to regulate difficult emotions, adjust to life's changes, improve interpersonal skills, change negative thinking patterns, reduce self-defeating behaviours, and build resiliency. I offer psychological services to children, adolescents and adults, as well as consultation to parents regarding the challenges of raising children.
(416) 275-4913
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2T9
Sandra Miller, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy can help you resolve life issues and create strategies for positive change. Through a therapeutic process that promotes self-awareness, healing and personal growth, you will develop a greater capacity for full and healthy living. I help individuals: cope with stress, pain, illness, addiction and/or trauma learn to manage feelings such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief or anger resolve a particular life issue or transition, and create healthier patterns of relating to others. I support couples to: heal from a relationship crisis develop greater fulfillment and healthier communication in their relationship make relationship decisions and transitions.
(416) 399-7421
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2L2
Diane Marshall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, RP, RMFT
“Diane Marshall, M.Ed. Is a Clinical Fellow of AAMFT and has been in clinical practice in Toronto since 1977. She has supervised and trained therapists for over 25 years in a variety of ethnic communities. Her work includes many areas of expertise in the field of individual, marriage and family therapy: couple therapy, including the complexities of separation, divorce, remarriage, and the parenting issues which result; inter-faith couples; life transitions; issues of aging; grief and bereavement; Diane works collaboratively with a multi-cultural team at the Institute of Family Living.
(416) 487-3613 x205
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Kathy Thomas, Counselor  in Toronto
“Parenting is tough. You want to be the best parent you can be but when kids act out, coping with their behaviour can be very stressful, tough on your relationships, and disruptive for the rest of the family. If what you're doing isn't working, are you willing to try something new? I offer guidance & support for parents, using effective techniques that last forever, easy to implement, and have proven to resolve many of the problem areas within weeks. Once you incorporate my techniques into your daily routine, you'll notice a strong improvement in your child's behaviour.
(416) 780-1737
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Wendy Wildfong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD, RSW, CHT
“The quality of the relationship between the therapist and those who come to them is the single most predictive element in the success of any growth or healing outcome. My approach to therapy/healing/self-discovery is grounded in gentle attentiveness and engaged responsiveness. In this safe space, all the parts we call "myself" emerge: sad, anxious, angry, frightened, as well as strength and the capacity for happiness. It is not necessary to feel overwhelmed by feelings. Therapy can be profound, life-changing, hard work and sometimes- actually fun.
(416) 535-4709
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3X6
Ander Negrazis,   in Toronto
HonBA, MEd
“Social Isolation wreaks havoc on our ability to connect with ourselves and others. When broader social problems are blamed on individuals, a culture of disempowerment, shame, hopelessness, and self-hate develops. By uncovering and mapping-out the mechanics of social systems, the struggles you experience take on a broader social, rather than individual charachter. From here is becomes possible to plot alternative routes around and through social barriers to realize your potential and expand your scope of what you previously thought possible.
Toronto, Ontario M6H 4C1
Asish Purushan, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychotherapist (RP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. People come to see me for help with anxiety, stress, depression, self-esteem, grief, loss, isolation, trauma, family & relationship issues, loneliness, sexual orientation worries, gender identity concerns, LGBT counselling, transgender counselling, addiction issues, etc. Services are offered in English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam or Tamil in a conveniently located downtown location. I offer cybercounselling as well. I hold a Master's degree in Counselling Psychology (M.Ed.) from OISE, University of Toronto.
(647) 931-1472
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1K3
Siegi A Schuler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, RSW
“For almost 20-years, I have specialized in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced interpersonal abuse/violence and mental health concerns. In addition, I provide assessment and counselling in the area of parent-child/adolescent issues; father-son conflict; youth addictions (sexual and substance abuse), court involved/at risk youth; and issues related to adolescent depression, disordered eating, and self-injury. I also work within the area of men's health, addressing such issues as depression and anger management concerns; childhood trauma; addictions; sex, intimacy, and sexuality related concerns; fatherhood; and martial/relationship counselling.
(416) 362-7472
Toronto, Ontario M5P 1H1
Adrianne Sequeira,   in Toronto
RP, RN, BHA, M, Div
“I am a Registered Psychotherapist and a Registered Nurse with a Certificate in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing. I am currently a senior candidate for certification in Psychoanalysis (completion expected in July, 2015). I also teach Mental Health First Aid (both, Basic, and for Adults who interact with Youth), as well as instruct two courses at Tyndale Seminary (Psychopathology and Addictions). I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families and psychoanalysis for individuals.
(416) 487-3613 x206
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
KovenCounselling, Counselor  in Toronto
“Whether the issues are end-of-life planning, parenting our parents, chronic illness, dementia/alzheimers, betrayal, job loss, miscarriage, divorce, sudden or unexpected death, aging and transitions, or empty-nesting, we all experience similar reactions to loss. Fatigue, depression, anxiety, worry, guilt, and anger are just some of the manifestations. Trouble sleeping and self medicating with food, drugs or alcohol, even suicide seems like an alternative to the pain we carry around with us. I provide culturally sensitive counselling to a diverse community.Together we can create a more meaningful life, filled with truth, joy and love.
(416) 322-8294
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1R1
Adrienne Richardson,   in Toronto
PhD, MEd, OCT, CCP, CAPT
“With offices in Toronto & Niagara Falls, and "Walk & Talk" sessions along the shores of Lake Ontario, Gestalt psychotherapy/Leadership Development/Coaching, will focus on the awareness and relational contact processes from a holistic prospective. I am an active therapist/coach who will challenge you with respect, and compassion. With a commitment to gain greater access to yourself, to clarify processes that have been confusing, and holding you back, we can work together to co-create a different way of being. Therapy with me is not about a diagnosis, it is about an awareness, an acceptance and then a choice.
(416) 878-5556
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2K8
Jo-Anne Beggs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, LCSW-R
“Do you struggle with esteem and boundary issues? Extreme emotions, feeling like you "can't handle it"? Struggling with self harm, suicidal urges, drugs, alcohol, or other impulsive, life-damaging ways to manage your pain? Do your emotions "run you" and you feel you have no control? Are your relationships chaotic and unsatisfying? I can help. Do you find yourself stuck in repetitive patterns in your life? I can help. Do you struggle with traumatic memories, depression, flashbacks? Struggling with family issues? Sexual orientation or gender issues? Migraines? I can and would love to help you. Contact me!
(647) 609-0236
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3M8
Anne Marie Mikhail, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am committed to providing a multiculturally competent approach to quality psychotherapy and assessment. I have extensive experience in counselling and conducting psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents and adults.
(647) 924-2669
Toronto, Ontario M6C 2C5
Jim Cullen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, RSW
“As a clinical social worker with over 20 years experience working with the LGBTTIQ community, I provide psychotherapy services to adult individuals and couples experiencing difficulties in a number of life areas. LGBTTIQ people are particularly vulnerable to mental health struggles and addiction due to stigmatization, trauma and other societal oppressions. My practice integrates evidence based, anti-oppression, and trauma informed practices within a harm reduction framework. Research indicates that the professional therapeutic alliance is key to successful therapy outcomes and I work to provide a safe, supportive environment for people to explore issues and conflicts they may be experiencing.
(416) 500-8843
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3V2
Vivian Chan, Pastoral Counselor  in Toronto
“I counseled clients at non-profit organizations and hospital Psychiatry Department (1996-2014) in Toronto. Some of my clients had stress, mental health issues (e.g. Depression, Eating Disorders), emotional-behavioral issues and/or problems with the criminal justice system (e.g. assault, mischief, DUI). The symptoms of stress often affect personal functioning in marriage, family relationships, work and/or social settings. My mission is to help individuals to reconcile with themselves, family and the society. Through counseling, I strive to guide individuals on the road to learning self-sustainable coping skills for managing one's life and relationships positively.
(416) 770-8184
Toronto, Ontario M4C 4H2
Ann Beckett, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor
“I have been working for 21 years. I specialize in working with neglect, chronic and acute abuse. I enjoy offering clients a chance to reach their full potential. I enjoy working with problems that seem unmanageable, but have seen change over and over again. I like to adjust all therapy work to suit each individual situation. I certified in sensorimotor psychotherapy. I now use neurofeedback treatments as an adjunct to therapy.
(647) 931-1415
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M7
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