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Therapists in M5V 2A9

Matt Cahill  in Toronto
“If you're reading this, you're probably looking for some support. I come to psychotherapy from a creative background (film, writing), but I also know the sharp edges of the working world - it sometimes doesn't seem to care who we are as individuals. I don't think a therapist's learning is ever complete - I have several years of training and continue to upgrade my understanding through seminars and professional development. My rates are affordable and my office is conveniently located in downtown Toronto. I work with both individuals and couples, and offer a free initial consultation.
EBT3 - Evidence-Based Therapy, Training & Testing, Psychologist  in Toronto
“EBT3 is a team of professionals who provide high-quality psychological services including therapy and assessment. These services are evidence-based, meaning they have been proven to work based on rigorous scientific research. Therapy is usually short-term, focuses on specific problems, and takes into account clients' circumstances and preferences when setting and achieving goals. Clients are also active participants in therapy along with their therapists. We work with individuals, couples, families and groups. We are LGBTQ-positive
Eilenna Denisoff, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Dr. Denisoff received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from York University. Her clinical training included work with depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder and psychosis. She works with adults and has extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Denisoff's approach is cognitive behavioural therapy. Therapy is client-centred and evidence based so every individual's needs are addressed uniquely in their therapy. Cognitive behavioural therapy is designed to help clients to become independent in their skills so that they get better and stay better. Call to discuss details and determine a best fit for you.
Andrew Benedetto, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Toronto
Licensed Psychoanalyst, DAnPsy, CAPT
“When difficult issues and emotions take time and energy away from important parts of your life, psychotherapy can help you gain new perspectives toward insight and healing.
Dr. Leah Zalan, Ph.D., C. Psych., Psychologist  in Toronto
“Dr. Leah Zalan received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from York University, and completed her predoctoral training at the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health, working with individuals with mood and anxiety disorders, as well as borderline personality disorder. At CBT Associates, Dr. Zalan works with adults, adolescents, and couples. She provides assessment/CBT for individuals with mood & anxiety disorders, self-esteem and relationship issues, and other interpersonal and stress-related difficulties. In addition, Dr. Zalan provides dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) and mindfulness-based treatments. She further specializes in the treatment of body-focused repetitive behaviours (BFRBs), including trichotillomania & skin picking.
Optimized Life Coach,   in Toronto
“Successful but stuck? Not feeling like you are living your most 'optimal' life? In coaching we do not dwell on the past but rather focus on the present and create a plan on how to move forward for a positive future. I offer my direct, passionate and empathetic nature to my practice and ask thought provoking questions in a non judgmental atmosphere to break through limiting beliefs. Having surrounded myself with successful individuals for many years, I understand what it takes to succeed in life, business, and physical well being. I will push you past your comfort zone to make lasting changes.
Micheline Savard, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered psychologist with 14 years of experience, 5 years as a licensed clinical psychologist and 9 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.
Dr. Eva Witkowska @FlowInChange, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am very passionate about empowering women through life transitions: first serious relationships, break ups, professional successes, or disappointments, marriage, motherhood, loss of a loved one, and menopause. Every life brings constant changes and inescapable losses that break our hearts open and transform us. We all grow and expand as we live. Are you feeling the life you are currently living is not what you have hoped for and things are not supposed to be the way they are? Are you feeling anxious, exhausted, frustrated, disappointed?
Natalia Obukhova, Counselor  in Toronto
“I specialize in individual counseling and women's mental health. I work towards empowering my clients with insight and tools that they can use long after therapy has ended. I am empathic and flexible in my sessions, and believe a good connection with my clients is important in order to create a positive counseling experience.
Trudi Strasberg, Counselor  in Toronto
“Located at Bay & Adelaide, I help individual adults with depression, relationships, career change, decisions, workplace effectiveness, resiliency, communication, grief, anger, ADD, social anxiety, and past traumas. Highly tailored approach, to suit each individual's personality, needs, and goals. My work is always professional, empathetic, intelligent, and accepting, and most people feel very comfortable talking to me. I genuinely enjoy seeing my clients succeed in achieving their counselling and life goals, and I always do my best to help them do so.
Paris Child & Adolescent Psychological Centre, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Karrela is a Registered Psychologist in Ontario and Newfoundland &Labrador. Her practice is in the areas of Clinical and School Psychology with children & adolescents. Karrela has seven years experience as an integral member of an interdisciplinary diagnostic team at Thistletown Regional Centre. Karrela is also a Psychologist with the Toronto District School Board and Owner of Paris Child & Adolescent Psychological Centre (PCAPC). PCAPC strives to support the well-being of children & adolescents by providing assessments that reveal the unique profile of each child & adolescent and recommendations, interventions, and consultation to support/enhance their every day functioning at home and school.
Sandy Kiaizadeh, Counselor  in Toronto
“Hello! My name is Sandy and I am the Clinical Director of Toronto's Mindful Solutions Clinic and founder of Find Your Bliss Coaching. I work with clients facing a number of difficulties, such as self-worth/self-esteem, anxiety, depression, disordered eating behaviour, interpersonal difficulties (personal and/or professional), life transitions, and stress management. My primary offices are located on the subway line downtown, with a satellite office in Leaside. I accept most Canadian insurance plans at my Edward Street location.
Rae Dolman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MASc, RMFT
“Heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals are welcome to work on concerns which include: absence of orgasm; erectile or ejaculation difficulties, sexual trauma, mismatched levels of desire, infertility; sexual concerns related to the natural aging process, illness, or chronic pain; and relationship concerns. Using a variety of techniques I hope to help you initiate, restore, and/or improve the emotional and sexual elements of your intimate relationships.
(416) 586-4800 x2760
Hanna Kim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Zlata Kovaltchouk, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA, RPCc
“My approach is supportive, compassionate, strength-based, and client-centred. The course of therapy will unfold differently for every client. It will depend on you and your needs. Together we will work in a safe, genuine, and supportive environment, to begin to find solutions, navigate through challenges, and build the skills that will help you work through difficult obstacles and move towards positive change. My goal is to help clients get unstuck and moving in the direction of a rich and meaningful life, by cultivating a different type of relationship with their thoughts and feelings.
Susan Rotella, Counselor  in Toronto
“Convenient, affordable, and professional online counselling and psychotherapy is an investment that paves the way toward the kind of life that you desire and deserve - one with happiness, sense of purpose, sense of fulfillment, and peace of mind. I will provide you with unconditional positive regard, empathic understanding, and psychological expertise - the foundations for a mutually respectful working relationship where blindspots can be identified, obstacles to goals can be overcome, and painful memories can be worked through, reframed, and set aside. My approach is always specifically tailored to your unique situation and personal goals.
Jamie C. Farquhar, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Do you struggle with eating problems (skipping meals, purging, binge-eating, excessive exercising, obsessing about food)? Do you feel persistently unhappy with your body (avoiding social situations due to fear that people may judge your body, hiding parts of your body, avoiding mirrors or spending hours obsessing in front of the mirror)?
Meg Leitold,   in Toronto
“I work with individuals experiencing a wide range of difficulties that life can offer, including: depression, anxiety, self-esteem, body image issues, sexual assault, self-harm, relationship problems, suicidal thoughts and behaviours, chronic health and disability issues, post-immigration experiences, substance use, grief and loss, healing from interpersonal trauma, post-traumatic stress, burnout and job dissatisfaction, relapse prevention, life transitions and decisions, and emotional regulation (i.e., anger management, mood fluctuations), as well as the stressors that accompany everyday living. My breadth of clinical experience is inclusive of diverse worldviews, spiritual beliefs, ethnocultural backgrounds, ages, abilities, sexualities, and gender identities.
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 Ralko, Counselor  in Toronto
“My approach to therapy focuses on helping you to reach the following goals: (1) obtaining relief from psychological symptoms (i.e. anxiety, panic attacks, depression); (2) exploring options for dealing with difficult life situations (i.e. relationship and career issues); and (3) achieving greater self-awareness so that you are: (a) less vulnerable to recurrence of problems and symptoms; (b) better able to cope with challenges; and (c) well positioned to move forward in life. I view therapy as an investment in yourself that can help with existing problems and open up opportunities for the future.
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