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Therapists in M5R

Dana Kelso, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, CTPDipl, MBA, BA(Hon)
“Perhaps you are confused about, or troubled by, your relationships. Maybe you are feeling alone with an inner struggle, be it with anxiety, a feeling of being stuck, or with a dependency on a person or substance, be it food, alcohol, or recreational or prescription drugs. Whatever the issues in your life, if you can dare to meet what is troubling you in your inner or outer world, you may open the opportunity for untold healing and growth. You deserve to move towards a future that feels very different.
Anna Wesolinska, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work from a model of health, balance and empathy by bringing into awareness the places where we get stuck and our unique ways of getting there. You know best when your patterns of coping are no longer working. A therapist's job is to support you in creating positive shifts in your life. This support may sometimes feel frustrating, especially when our familiar patterns of functioning are being challenged. I incorporate art, humour and paradox in sessions allowing for a creative, spontaneous exploration of your needs, contradictions and feelings and by providing a safe space where new possibilities and hope are possible.
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.
Richard Bloch, Counselor  in Toronto
“I am a certified counsellor who specializes in helping people cope with depression, panic, OCD, social anxiety, chronic worry, irritable bowel syndrome, perfectionism, insomnia, anger, and other life stressors. My primary orientation is cognitive behaviour therapy. I trained at McGill University, University of Calgary, and received CBT-specific training in mood and anxiety disorders at the McGill University Health Centre, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. My treatments are focused on helping the client become "their own therapist" through the learning of life-long skills. I am open to email inquiries about the process without obligation.
Wendy Fredricks, Counselor  in Toronto
“I work with individuals and couples on a range of issues from depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, PTSD, eating disorders, and relationship difficulties. I use an integrated approach which includes talk therapy, body work, dream work, psychodrama and art therapy. I have done extensive training with Terry Real, a well-known couple's expert, and the focus of my work with couples is to help forge a deeper connection by exploring destructive patterns of behavior, and improving communication and coping strategies.
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.
Saunia Ahmad, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I am a registered Clinical and Counseling Psychologist in Ontario with expertise in individual and couple therapy. My approach to psychotherapy is client-centered. Below I list the various approaches I have trained in. In my practice I always start off with getting a good understanding of the issues a client is dealing with and where they are coming from before collaboratively developing a treatment plan.
Rosa Bergman,   in Toronto
CTP-DIP, MTC, OSP, CAPT
“Reasons for starting therapy are many: depression and anxiety, trauma, disordered eating habits, and self-defeating behaviours. Therapy is a process whereby the client is encouraged to examine her or his life story. The therapist requires tenderness and maturity in working with clients, allowing them to express, in their own time, anger, shame, frustration-any number of emotions-so that healing and transformation can happen and they can come to see themselves as unique human beings. Therapy helps clients accept what is broken in themselves by opening to new possibilities and freeing themselves from old patterns.
Emily Claire Blackmoon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, CAPT
“Don't you deserve some 'me'-time? We all do. Self-care can mean so many different things - and for many, it means having the chance to explore and unpack their unique life experience. Therapy can be one of the most profound, cathartic and challenging experiences in a person's self-development. Having been a client of therapy, I know how helpful it can be to "unpack" the weight we carry in our lives. You deserve help from an experienced, caring and creative practitioner! I support individuals who are looking for a affordable, creative, compassionate and experiential therapeutic experience.
Mahshad Aryafar,   in Toronto
“I work primarily with adults who are aspiring to enhance their mental health, overcome destructive behavioural patterns, addictive behaviour, make career transitions, overcome creative block, recover from anxiety, burnout or stressful life situations, and enhance relationships, in order to develop a more secure sense of self and a meaningful life. Furthermore, as a therapist who has gone through immigration experience, I help my clients build bridges between the different cultures they navigate in, and to create a unique and cohesive cultural identity. I conduct therapy sessions in both English and Farsi.
Anne Secord, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MEd, RSW
“I work with adults, youth and children. I provide a comprehensive counselling approach for individuals (including kids) struggling with anxiety and stress. I use Mindfulness based strategies, CBT and help you develop effective "tools" to help you cope more confidently with stress, worries and fears. I also work with symptoms of depression, couple relationship problems, work-life balance struggles and parenting difficulties.
Diana Powell,   in Toronto
“Do you find that Brene Brown's books and lectures on shame ring true for you? In my work, I focus on the impact shame has in our lives, as well as anxiety and depression. Talking to a therapist & having her listen without judgement or an agenda can be transformative. Please see www.integralpsychotherapy.ca for a detailed description of my approach. I study Buddhism and its integration with therapy; I use Buddhist mindfulness with interested clients. I listen deeply to feelings and what blocks them, and can help you discover hidden, distorted beliefs that create problems.
Alice Jonathan, Counselor  in Toronto
“Therapy tries to help us find better ways of seeing ourselves and others. Many people seek therapy because they feel something is wrong, painful; that they are disconnected or stuck. For others it is that something more or different is sought after. Nothing is more important to us than the quality of our life and our sense of self -how we live or fail to live. Relationships: our self to others, our mind to our body, are central. As we become more aware of our unconscious habits, we can challenge old patterns and create new pathways for growth.
Liane Odze-Silver, Registered Psychotherapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP
“I am a relational psychotherapist who works to help clients find a sense of empowerment around the issues that are troubling them, to help them explore and understand the meaning and impact of these experiences, and to find change. I draw on many theories, and work particularly in a psychodynamic way (seeing how one is impacted in the present by one's past experiences). With clients who would like to work on childhood issues, I help them resolve and integrate those experiences - family issues, relationship issues, trauma. Together we decide whether short or long term work is preferred.
Natalie Riback, Counselor  in Toronto
“Looking inside yourself isn't always easy, but it is necessary, especially if you feel depressed, anxious, lost, or overwhelmed. The first step is putting your thoughts and feelings into words. Psychotherapy gives you the opportunity to talk about what is troubling you. This can provide a sense of relief, help you to feel less alone, and allow you to explore what has been getting in your way. With my help, you can discover better ways of dealing with your problems and gain a deeper insight into yourself that will improve your sense of peace, well-being and self-esteem.
Kind-Mind Counselling and Wellness Services, Counselor  in Toronto
“Whether it's a long held hurt or a new seemingly insurmountable challenge, I offer help and support to individuals and couples who are sick and tired of feeling anxious, chronically stressed, or otherwise unsatisfied with their lives. I use a practical, empathic approach that aims to provide both short term relief while also getting to the root of the problem so as to facilitate life-long healing.
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.
Lee Hayden Kraemer,   in Toronto
“Psychotherapy, either in a couple and as an individual, is about creating new understandings of self, about seeing patterns, behaviours, emotions and thoughts from a different angle. 'Two heads are better than one'. Couples: Even if you have done other couples therapy, you will find this approach (PACT) quickly gets to the core of your issues, giving you an understanding of where your difficulties originated and some tools to better deal with them in the future.
Eric Evans, Registered Psychotherapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, RP, BMus, CTP, Dipl
“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.
Bonnie Campbell,   in Toronto
“Many people today feel stressed and overwhelmed with the conflicting demands of their work and their personal lives. When extra stresses like relationship difficulties, a career crisis, health problems, or emotional shocks happen it can feel like they are stretched too thin and this can result in feelings of depression, anxiety, loneliness, low self-esteem, or the development of unproductive behaviours like excessive drinking, drug abuse, eating disorders, or sexual addiction. If you are experiencing any of these problems I can help you work towards the kind of change you desire in your life.
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