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Therapists in M4Y 1E4

Robert T. Muller, Psychologist  in Toronto
“People often come for psychotherapy believing they have tried everything to solve their problems. From their perspective this feels true. However, it is hard to be objective, when you've been immersed in a problem. In psychotherapy I help people take a step back, and examine their situation through the lense of an objective observer. Through this process, they begin to see islands of strength within themselves. As they examine these strengths, people begin making changes in their lives. In psychotherapy, I help people develop a specific focused goal and treatment plan that focuses on making changes toward these goals.
Joseph Regan, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I help individuals and couples with problems in living, communicating, relating, and feeling. I have seen many clients with depression, anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship problems, loss and grieving, and difficulty feeling good enough about themselves or feeling enough satisfaction in life. I also enjoy helping couples to communicate better, resolve conflict and regain closeness and intimacy.
Renuka C Gupta, Psychologist  in Toronto
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Psychologist, PhD, CPsych, Supervi, CHT, PLRT
“CASE 1:Client had issues with her mother since childhood, also had Phobias and Psychosomatic issues.There was a Love-Hate relation between mother-daughter,daughter lived in guilt & depression,till she sought treatment,apart from CBT/REBT, Hypnotherapy, it was Past Life Regression therapy which brought a drastic change in her personality.CASE 2:PERSONALITY DISORDERS Being a Registered clinical psychologist in India,I came across a client who had BPD (undiagnosed before),Reality Therapy,Solution Focused+REBT&CBT combined with Hypnotherapy Suggestions brought a drastic change in the perception of Life and the way in which the client further dealt with life situations.
Shirley Katz, Counselor  in Toronto
“Hi there. I am an experienced Doctoral level Psychotherapist that works well with who feel misunderstood. I am direct and genuine, caring and personal. I work well with people who need honesty and measurable change or ongoing support. My background includes participation in the Arts and Health/Fitness. I take a holistic, body/mind approach that is empowerment focused, making sure clients are happy with the progress and process of therapy. Clients I see often are intelligent, gifted, creative, with diverse ethnicity or lifestyles. I work well with Relationships, Eating Disorders, Anxiety and LGBT issues.
Sara Aharon, Psychologist  in Toronto
“To effectively treat debilitating symptoms and conditions such as dissociation, nightmares, flashbacks, panic attacks, chronic sleep problems and high anxiety, a wide array of tools is necessary. Building resilience, safety and learning to down-regulate anxiety are essential before approaching traumatic memories. Fortunately, there are effective and non-painful treatments (non-exposure based). In recent years I have been practising innovative modalities (Energy Psychology, Somatic Processing) with excellent results. Other types of clients finding these approaches helpful are those dealing with chronic pain, illness and addictions.
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.
Valerie Tamiko Takeda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“You don't have to face life's difficulties alone. If you are struggling with trauma, shame, depression, anxiety, or low-self esteem, or have concerns about relationships, intimacy and setting healthy boundaries, my compassionate, intuitive and collaborative style will help you to become more aware of, and reconnect to your own strengths, develop greater self-compassion and self-acceptance, as well as connect to your potential and find new ways of approaching challenges. I've been a therapist for over 15 years and I offer both individual and couple therapy in downtown Toronto.
Christine Faihz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“You may feel like your heart is broken, like you'll never recover, but you are NOT broken! Hearts can be mended, I can help you. I have helped many people successfully work through multiple life challenges, and transitions such as: Marital infidelity, re-building trust, separation and divorce, Trauma and (P.T.S.D); I also help people with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, loneliness, as well as feelings of grief & loss. I offer a safe, welcoming and reflective space for you to share your story and begin to heal. I am currently accepting new clients.
Asish Purushan, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychotherapist/counsellor 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.
Rupert Raj, Counselor  in Toronto
“I counsel straight and LGBTI clients around a diversity of issues (including trauma, self-esteem, body image, depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, isolation, alienation, refugee and settlement issues, coming out, transitioning, etc.). I also provide therapeutic support to transsexual/transgender, genderqueer, intersex, two- spirit, pansexual, bisexual, queer and straight people around individual, relationship and family issues (including issues related to gender non-conforming youth). As well, I serve older clients (50+) around issues related to aging, depression, addiction, disability, isolation, loss, grief and retirement. To accommodate people anywhere in the Global Village, I now also offer Skype and telephone sessions.
Lori Russell,   in Toronto
Dipl, (TIRP)
“I believe that each of us wants to be his or her "best self" every day, but at times in our lives that may be difficult to do. Sometimes this is because of troubling interpersonal relationships or patterns that we ourselves participate in but are unaware of. Developing awareness of these patterns, with a view to personal change and growth, is key to enhancing day-to-day life. We will work together to think about how to reframe your experiences and help you to achieve the necessary shifts toward the life that you wish to live.
Nancy Hunter, Art Therapist  in Toronto
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Art Therapist, RCAT, CHt, EFT-Adv, NLP-MP
“I can help you make the changes within yourself and your life that you want to make, more easily and quickly than you would think. People find me easy to talk to, kind and insightful, in a way that helps you sort through and clarify your own thoughts and feelings, and find your way without imposing any particular direction. I can guide you through effective processes and techniques that really help, and teach you skills that you can use between sessions to help yourself and to move through your process more easily, and take with you as lifelong resources.
Todd Tran, Occupational Therapist  in Toronto
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Occupational Therapist, MScCH
“My practice is open to everyone but as a healthcare practitioner myself, I can help fellow healthcare workers manage the realities of the workplace. I help all my clients cope with the personal and professional challenges of our daily lives using mindfulness strategies and cognitive behavioural therapies. I can help you manage anxiety, fear, depression, loss and grief, as well as performance issues, overcome procrastination and live a more mindful, peaceful life.
Sarah Wooldridge, Art Therapist  in Toronto
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Art Therapist, BFA, EXAT, OACCPP
“As an Expressive Art Therapist (EXAT), I am guided in my work by the transformative relationship between creative expression and the ability to heal, grow and thrive. Our work together will consist of an exploration of your goals, strengths, barriers, and areas of desired change through a process of dialogue and/or creative arts. My approach helps clients explore their issues in a creative forum and incorporates the practical skills found in DBT and CBT. Clients seeking an alternative to verbal dialogue will be more drawn to methods used in my practice.
Morgan Llewellyn,   in Toronto
“You may be at some point on your life's journey where you want to envision the next steps, or examine recurring issues that are getting in the way of you most want. Whether you are sorting out a complex life event or situation, or are wondering why you are feeling a certain way, I want to understand your experience and what is important it you. It is key that you feel supported to bring forward what you want to talk about so that together we can begin to make sense of what is going on for you.
Bonnie-Sue Solomon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, depressed, hopeless, angry, sad,lonely,confused, scared, frustrated or stuck? Are the issues that you are facing getting in the way of your functioning, your enjoyment, your health, your relationships,your goals, your academic success or job performance and of the hopes and dreams that you have for yourself? Do you want something different for yourself or for the life of your family? The good news is...you don't have to go through this alone! We can work together to help you move toward a healthier and happier place in a way that fits for you.
Roxanne Ramjattan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, student, RSW, MSW, BA
“The principle behind Discover L5 is validate that life is full of suffering. However, it is how we make sense of, cope with and transition through our life that defines who we are as a person. The Buddha stated "you cannot travel the path until you become the path itself." My goal is to build on your strengths and skills so that eventually you can become your own therapist and become the path. The services provided are unique to each individual, affordable, ensures strict confidentiality and no referral is required. Please visit www.discoverl5.com for more information.
Hanna Kim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Receive the help you need from the convenience of your own home or office. I offer secure online counselling (live chat and email) and telephone counselling options. Do you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts or life's unexpected surprises? Sometimes our stress, past, and current circumstances can get the better of us. It can be extremely helpful to talk through some of these issues with another person who knows how to listen and offer guidance, support, and helpful coping strategies.
June's Counselling and Consulting Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
“I believe that compassion and acceptance are key to building relationships with yourself and with others. Self-acceptance is an important step towards self-esteem, confidence, and contentment. I believe that addressing these areas will be the support individuals, couples and families to work through issues of depression, anxiety, stress, relationship concerns, and parenting challenges.
Olga Gale, Psychologist  in Toronto
“People require help with various issues at some point of their lifes. It could be difficulty making a decision, relationship problems, dissatisfaction with career, financial warries, losses, illness, or injury. Regardless of the magnitude of the problem it is often beneficial to discuss your problem with a professional who may help you to see the issue from a different perspective and to arrive to a satisfactory solution. Some problems require numerous sessions, but sometimes even one or few sessions result in improved mood and self-confidence and help to gain insights that could lead to desired changes.
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