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Therapists in M5R

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.
Uliyana Nikolova, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSc
“I am a trained psychotherapist working with individuals and couples. My offices are conveniently located in downtown Toronto and North York close to the subway. Good psychotherapy alleviates the emotional pain, awakens the mind, enlivens the body, and opens the heart to love and creativity. It is a process that both calms and excites. Whether you need to resolve an immediate painful challenge, or desire to take the longer path to deepening your self-understanding, I will work with you with presence, attention, and care.
Degan Arthur Davis, Counselor  in Toronto
“With seven years of experience as the head counsellor at The Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences, I offer professional support for anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and family challenges. My use of both Gestalt Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) gives me a wide range of options for support for both individual and couples. Gestalt focuses on the 'here and now,' our body experiences and childhood patterns and helps us be present in our relationships. CBT has been rigorously tested in over 1000 studies, and is a therapy that supports depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD), panic and anxiety, phobias and stress.
Andrew Guthrie, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, PhD
“Thanks for visiting my profile. I have been practicing psychotherapy and conducting assessments with children, teens and adults in Toronto for 15 years. With me you will get a devoted, energetic and attentive therapist, who genuinely cares about the outcome of our work together and has proven results with children and adults. I am located near St. George subway and my fee is covered by your insurance plan. Feel free to call or email for more information, or visit my website www.therapyintoronto.com.
Linden Ramdeholl, Counselor  in Toronto
“Teachers, athletes, and musicians, if you are struggling with feelings of anger, alienation, sadness, despair, shame, guilt, and/or grief, you can transform those emotions in the safety of a confidential therapeutic relationship. Collaborative, humanistic work can help you to find balance in your lives. Clients find me empathic, resourceful, and experienced.
Terry Bujokas, Counselor  in Toronto
“If you feel anxious, dissatisfied, disappointed or angry in your relationships, work, or self, exploring how your life experiences influence what you feel and how you perceive the world, yourself, and others, provide a starting point for change. Growth occurs in relationship to another and when the therapy relationship is safe, respectful and empathic, deep inner shifts may be experienced over time.
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 body work, and dream work. I have done extensive training with Terry Real, a well-known couple's expert, and the focus of my work with couples is to forge a deeper connection by exploring destructive patterns of behavior, and improving communication and coping strategies. I am creating and leading a dream workshop for women in Italy, September 2014. Details on my website www.wendyfredricks.com.
Lisa C. Vettese, Psychologist  in Toronto
“-ALERT:ON LEAVE APRIL 2014- -TEMPORARILY NOT ACCEPTING NEW REFERRALS- Sensitive, responsive psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents, and families. I assist with crises, life transitions, career uncertainty, self-esteem, intimacy concerns, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, addictions, personality disorders, self-harm, maladaptive anger, marital/relationship distress, childhood maltreatment history, parenting challenges, creative blocks, grief, loss, fertility issues, illness and chronic pain. Therapy is tailored to your needs, and draws upon such traditions as CBT, mindfulness, DBT, analytic therapy, family systems, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a best-practice, evidence-based therapy for PTSD approved by health and government regulatory bodies around the world.
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.
Stacey Jenkins  in Toronto
“I am a Jungian-oriented therapist in supervised private practice in Toronto. I work in downtown Toronto with clients seeking to understand their dreams and gain a deeper sense of meaning in their lives, as well as people seeking therapy that supports 12-step addiction recovery.
Martin H. Y. Chan, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA, CHt
“If you have depression, anxiety, fears, constant worries, anger, grief, insomnia, relationship issues, low self-confidence, school-related challenges; my client-centered approach could help you to work on your issues in a constructive way to guide you in a healing journey towards greater happiness and calamity. My education and training includes postgraduate education at UCLA in c.counselling and school psychology, post-graduate education at UC Berkeley in Psychology, diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy from American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy training from Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, Harvard Graduate School of Education professional education, Weight Management Counseling program from Yale School of Medicine.
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.
Pamela Larrondo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I offer my services from a client-centered, anti-oppression, and culturally-competent framework. Many years of practice in evidence-based and alternative clinical/healing practices to competently address issues resulting in anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, dissociation, stress and illness, and relationship challenges. I specialize in psychodynamic practice to allow for deeper healing of past emotional and trauma-related wounds. Emotionally-focused couples therapy is also my specialty. I enjoy working with people of all ages, gender, class, races, cultures, abilities, sexual orientations and life-styles. I strive diligently to help clients achieve more joy, balance, and well-being.
Linda Louise Pelton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Are you experiencing a crisis in your relationship with your partner? Or wanting to improve the quality of your relationship? I am a certified Emotionally Focused COUPLES THERAPIST with years of experience in helping couples strengthen their bond. EFT couples therapy has an astounding 75% success rate in research done at the University of Ottawa.
Diana Powell,   in Toronto
“Do you suffer from unbearable and overwhelming feelings such as shame, anxiety, depression, fear of going crazy, or feeling unsafe? 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; examples are attachment theory, trauma techniques, and Ken Wilber's integral psychotherapy. Also, I study Buddhism and its integration with therapy; I use Buddhist mindfulness with interested clients. I pay attention to feelings and what blocks them, as well as to distorted beliefs that influence us but may be out of awareness.
Deborah Weiler, Counselor  in Toronto
“Your reasons for seeking psychotherapy are unique to you. Let's start there. As a certified psychotherapist in private practice for over 15 years, I have experience in helping others work through many different issues and areas of struggle. Life transitions, depression, anxiety, fears and phobias, grief and loss, self-esteem and self-worth, intimacy and relationships, and trauma in it's many forms are just a few of those areas. My breadth of experience allows me to be clear on whether I can help you achieve the changes you are seeking, right from the start.
Sue Hunter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, MBA, DCTP
“It seems to be... that part of being human is to get stuck sometimes. (Despite our best intentions, we fall into bewildering ruts- we repeat frustrating patterns that make us, and often the people we love, unhappy.) Talking with a psychotherapist can help you get unstuck, and back on the path of more vital, satisfying, creative living. Psychotherapy is a very specialized conversation- deep, confidential, and focused on you. The conversation starts simply enough, with the question:
Lori Dennis, Counselor  in Toronto
Counselor, MA
“Talk therapy is designed to heal your emotional wounds. With the power of talk therapy, I can help you address and resolve: low self esteem; depression; anxiety; trauma; loss; loneliness; anger; forgiveness; relationship difficulties; parenting challenges; family struggles and more. The secret to emotional healing is to increase awareness of your thoughts, feelings and patterns of behavior and to find the courage to face and move past your pain. Only then can you discover a state of being that is richer, fuller and more deeply satisfying.
Bradley Murray, Counselor  in Toronto
“Psychoanalytic therapy is an individualized therapy that draws on a person's innate potential for self-healing and growth. Despite having achieved certain satisfactions in life, with friends, in relationships, in work, or through special interests and hobbies, a person may begin therapy because they are experiencing symptoms such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem difficulties, physical symptoms with no clear physical cause, obsessions, or compulsions; they may also be struggling with loneliness, isolation, or difficulties with intimacy or trust. Some seeking psychoanalytic therapy will have tried other approaches which may not have focused on root causes of symptoms.
Adisa A A Azubuike, Psychologist  in Toronto
“I have been providing psychotherapy for over twenty years, and I am still humbled by, and passionate about the process of therapeutic change.I always work collaboratively with my clients be they parents, children, adolescents or adults, and I strive to continually engage, diagnose, plan, and treat as effectively as I can. For me, working with children, adolescents, young adults, and pre-marital couples is most satisfying because of the preventive and early interventive nature of the work. I take pride in providing a place and a space where clients can relax, reflect, re-commit, and experience their desired transformations.
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