Refine Your Search






Treatment Orientation

Online Therapy

Obesity Therapists in K2G

"The clients I work with struggle with managing emotions, anxiety, mood regulation, and unhelpful thought/ behavioral patterns. I have a strong background in working with individuals with significant mental health difficulties having worked at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre in the Mood Disorder and the Community Mental Health Programs. Prior to completing my PhD I worked for several years in N.S. for Addiction Services. I work with adults, both men and women, experiencing a variety of problems including anxiety (generalized anxiety, panic, phobias) depression, bipolar disorder, alcohol abuse & workplace stress."
Marriage & Family Therapist, BA, MA, RMFT
"I work with individuals, couples and families of all cultural/spiritual backgrounds. I use an eclectic treatment approach to work with anxiety, depression, anger, communication issues and relationship recovery, addictions, work/life balance, self-esteem, post-traumatic stress injury, career and many other issues."
No more Obesity Therapists in K2G - Try other Therapists below +1 miles Ontario - ON
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, CCC, RMFT
"I am a cognitive behavioural and marriage and family therapist offering collaborative therapy within a caring, non-judgemental context. I have over 20 years of experience in helping individuals, couples and families overcome their difficulties and enrich the quality of their lives."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
"I have been providing collaborative mental health and addiction services for youth, young adults and families in the Ottawa Region for the past 14 years. I collaborate closely with individuals and families to identify the best treatment plans to meet their unique needs. I provide advocacy and participate in intra-professional teams to ensure the best quality of care for individuals and families. I am committed to on-going education and training. Training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving, Women's Issues, GLBTQ Issues, Mindfulness, Concurrent Disorders and Trauma and PTSD as well Addiction Issues."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CCC, RMFT
"Beyond my credentials, I've learned keenly from each of my clients over the years, and my practice is informed by rich life experience. I work collaboratively, guiding you in revealing underlying causes and patterns that may be posing challenges in your life, in identifying and clarifying your own goals, and supporting you in carrying out strategies best suited for you to reach them. Each counselling need is unique. Always listening and with empathy, I can challenge you without threatening, and meet you where you're really at - which may not necessarily be where you assume you are."
"As an individual and couple's therapist, I am an advocate for personal and relational transformation. I appreciate the uniqueness of our individual experience and understand the importance of having a safe, trusting place where people can understand the relationship between past experience and present tensions so they can become more self-accepting and hopeful about their future. I endeavour to create a safe, confidential therapeutic space that is non-judgemental and supports the integration of the mind, body and spirit in psychological healing. I take an integrative approach to counselling, practicing mainly from a self-in-relationship psychotherapeutic orientation."
"Given my most recent extensive experience working at the Ottawa Hospital in their Acquired Brain Injury program, I can offer expertise in counselling individuals and families who are faced with the significant emotional and behavioural changes which occur after brain injuries. I have been successful in assisting those with post concussion syndrome and other acquired brain injuries in their adjustment to their circumstances. My other area of counselling expertise has been in the treatment of those struggling with eating disorders based on over 7 years working at the Ottawa Hospital Regional Centre for the Treatment of Eating Disorders."
"My counseling practice is guided by an interest in creating a relationship of change through use of advanced empathy and caring dialogue. Under these supportive conditions, you may find it easier to express, develop deeper awareness of, and act in new ways, gradually challenging and potentially resolving difficulties in living. This approach often leads to growth in areas of inner resiliency and deeper self awareness."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, RMFT
"I am a Marriage and Family Therapist 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 Emotionally Focused Couples' Therapy, insight oriented Psychoanalytic Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and other forms of interventions tailored to the needs of each client."
"As a person and a counsellor, I believe that everyone, regardless of life circumstances, wants to feel connected and understood. Unfortunately, in today's fast-paced society, often times people do not feel heard or listened to, connected to others, and least of all understood. This being said, I believe that the relationship developed between myself and my client is the most crucial component of counselling. It is my hope that at the end of your sessions, you will develop positive coping strategies while healing unresolved feelings; but above all, that you leave feeling heard, understood and cared for."
"Born and raised in the Maritimes, Ottawa has been home since 2004. I am a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Locally, I have worked in mental health since 2006 and opened my practice in 2010. My professional experiences led to working with individuals whom identify as survivors of childhood trauma. A specialization is work with men whom identify as survivors of sexual trauma and/or childhood sexual abuse. Additionally, I have addressed addiction, anxiety, anger management, depression, and relational problems. Other areas in which I work include sexuality, men's issues, and LGBT concerns."
"As lead clinic psychologist, I (Dr. Bill Winogron) welcome adult clients who want to change their lives in the areas of emotional disturbance, problem behaviours & interpersonal problems. Do you suffer stress and anxiety? Are you overwhelmed by workplace issues, burnout, anger or procrastination? Do you abuse alcohol, substances or food? Is your marriage or couples relationship troubled? Our clinic offers you brief cognitive therapy -- a cost-effective approach, which is strongly influenced by research & science. We offer free phone consults to advise you of our approach and to let you assess the fit of our therapy to your issues."