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Therapists in Kingston

Alma E Jabs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BA, (Psych), BEd, MMFT
“I specialize in Couples Counselling and Family Therapy. I love helping individuals move toward personal growth and believe that despite challenging times healthy and satisfying couple and family relationships are attainable."
(613) 766-8984
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1G9
Carrie Watson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“I am passionate about working with individuals and families struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, poor body image, and self-esteem issues. I believe in building confidence from a variety of sources including healthy relationships, meaningful daily practices, self reflection, and mindful living. I help my clients to consider how the body can support the life of which they dream, and I teach the value of being gentle and forgiving with one's self.
(613) 770-4587
Kingston, Ontario K7K 7A8
Ryan Dinsmore, Counselor  in Kingston
“I offer individual psychotherapy to adults facing a variety of challenges ranging from depression and anxiety to existential issues like loneliness, boredom, lack of meaning and problems with motivation. I view the therapy process as a journey of self-discovery and self-development. Therapy offers us the opportunity to examine our lives, gain perspective and learn to grow in the face of adversity.
(613) 877-4148
Kingston, Ontario K7M 3E2
Kate Hanton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Coping with stress, change and loss are common reasons for people to come to therapy. The attentive listening, empathy and feedback that are part of the therapy process can help reduce feelings of isolation, connect us with our inner resources and lead to meaningful change. My background includes helping with issues such as depression, anxiety, disordered eating and healing from abuse. I draw from a variety of therapeutic approaches (including cognitive-behavioural, mindfulness, EMDR, insight-oriented), and am guided by what seems to be the best fit for the person I'm working with.
(613) 929-6708
Kingston, Ontario K7K 1Z7
Dr. Kris Boksman and Associates, Psychologist  in Kingston
“Our motto is "Learn, Grow, Advance." I practice in the area of clinical psychology, which means that I see individuals with a range of life-based or psychiatric-based concerns and issues, across the life span. Therapy is offered to individuals aged 15 and up, and assessments are offered to individuals age 8 and up. I am a personable and skilled treatment provider interested in helping my patients achieve the goals that are most important and meaningful to them. I find solution-focused treatment that emphasizes pre-existing strengths and successes to be motivating and effective for my clients.
(613) 877-4148
Kingston, Ontario K7M 3E2
Julia Kathryn laidlaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW
“I have been working as a counsellor for 30 years and still enjoy helping people discover new ways to be with themselves and others. I believe that many of the strategies that we develop to survive as children then start to become problematic as we grow up and wish to thrive rather than just survive. I welcome you to come see me and discover who you really are.
(613) 531-4903
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1X4
“I am a registered clinical psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Most of my work has been in the area of health and rehabilitation. I have worked with a variety of clients in different domains including mood/anxiety disorders, trauma, grief and bereavement, bariatric surgery/weight loss, oncology, orthopedic surgery, behavioural sleep medicine, and cardiac rehabiliation, and pain management. Effective psychotherapy helps people improve their lives by making meaningful changes. My approach to therapy is integrative and collaborative.
(613) 344-1202
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1G1
Tracy Riley, Psychological Associate  in Kingston
“I am a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. I offer confidential counselling and psychotherapy services to individuals ages 18 and older. I provide assistance for a range of experiences and issues such as emotional pain, anxiety, depression, worry, stress, stress management, self-esteem, self-criticism, difficult life experiences, transitions and changes, mild to moderate levels of disordered eating or self-injury.
(613) 532-7519
Kingston, Ontario K7K 4J5
Robert O'Brien, Counselor  in Kingston
“My professional mission is to provide Therapy & Life Skills coaching services focused on assisting individuals in the modification of emotions and behaviors that prevents the attainment of personal choice and the awareness of personal potentials unique to themselves. The fundamental goal is to guide a person into identifying and implementing strategies necessary to creating a new life perspective that will enable them to pursue their unique personal potential with passion, joy and purpose.
(613) 770-2954
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1X4
Deb Thompson, Psychologist  in Kingston
“With over 25 years of experience, I am here to help, guide and support you in healing from harmful experiences, difficult life events, and hurtful relationships; in becoming happier, calmer, more clear, confident and connected; in living with greater joy, ease, resilience and purpose. I am here to listen and question without judgment so that you feel truly seen, heard and understood. I offer new perspectives to support your awareness of your ways of thinking, feeling, acting and relating, and your understanding of your experiences. I will move you forward with the development of effective skills that you can rely on.
(613) 531-0339
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1G9
Kim Lawrence, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BScH, MSW, RSW
“I offer person-centered, solution-focused counselling services in order to assist with relationship enhancement, personal growth, healing, awareness and emotional understanding. I offer compassionate, confidential counselling sessions and have experience working with individuals and couples in the following areas: ~Stress, anxiety and depression~Grief and loss~Physical and sexual abuse~Self-esteem concerns~Anger management ~Parenting/co-parenting concerns~Separation and divorce~Pre-marital education
(613) 766-3503
Kingston, Ontario K7K 1Z7
Lyndsay Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, MSW, RSW
“I provide attachment focused Child, Youth and Family Therapy. I use the frameworks of Family Systems Theory and Attachment Theory to guide my clients on the path to optimal mental health and family functioning. I have been providing counselling services and support to children, youth and families since 2009. I have particular experience in the areas of adolescent mental health, addressing parent-child conflict and supporting adoptions and adoptive families.
(613) 766-3503
Kingston, Ontario K7K 1Z7
Pastoral Counselor, MDiv, STM, ThM, BCC, CT
“In our aging population today, family members are expected to provide increasingly more care at home for their loved ones who are suffering with chronic illnesses, and perhaps even nearing the end of life. And they are doing so for longer periods of time than ever before. A range of psychosocial and spiritual issues can influence the illness experience, and both patients and family caregivers need support and specialized care. I can help.
(343) 363-2460
Kingston, Ontario K7P 2L1
Bethany Smith, Counselor  in Kingston
“As your counsellor, I will work with you to make the changes you want to make in order to improve your life. I will support you in gaining self-awareness, defining your values, identifying obstacles and developing strategies to enhance your well-being. I connect with clients in a manner that demonstrates mutual respect, trust, and utmost confidentiality. In sessions you will receive open ears and an open heart, powerful questions, and a safe, supportive environment.
(613) 572-1678
Kingston, Ontario K7K 7A8
Marilyn Ashford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“As a therapist, I work with women to dismantle barriers, to problem-solve and simplify, to encourage a movement from uncertainty and powerlessness to a place of expansion, spaciousness and new beginnings. Since women tend to be better at taking care of others than of themselves, some self-limiting patterns may have to be altered or abandoned, and this will inevitably create certain challenges. That's why the therapeutic task is often called The Work. But, of course, there is nothing more rewarding or essential. Harmonious relationships, inner peace, an abundant and satisfying life - these are what women strive for.
(613) 572-5985
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5R2
Jodie Waisberg, Psychologist  in Kingston
“At certain times in their lives, people experience problems that are too difficult to handle alone. When their usual modes of coping no longer work for them, they feel overwhelmed and may want to learn new ways of coping through psychotherapy. Even though ways of responding based on past experiences may no longer be helpful, people tend to repeat old patterns of behaving, thinking and feeling. In psychotherapy I can assist you to understand these "habits", to see alternatives and to change.
(613) 544-0789
Kingston, Ontario K7K 5W7
Keith Ashford, M.Div., Men's Counsellor, Counselor  in Kingston
“I am here to assist men who are seeking emotional balance, harmonious relationships and a sense of inner peace. This search becomes a priority in the midst of conflict or through some experience of loss, lack or pain. I specialize in short-term counselling, typically three to five sessions. (Options for longer-term support are also available.) The process begins with an initial consultation. This helps me to get a sense of your situation and to identify an approach that will provide you with the greatest possible benefit in the shortest period of time. Consultations can usually be scheduled within five days of your call.
(613) 777-0628
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5R2
Anna Paolucci, RMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kingston
Marriage & Family Therapist
“I have experience working in the following areas: couples therapy, families, teens & children, single-session counselling, anxiety and depression, affairs, divorce, death and loss, suicide, recovery from trauma, childhood bullying, workplace bullying, compassion fatigue, abuse: physical, emotional, sexual and spiritual.
(613) 876-4486
Kingston, Ontario K7P 1T5
Kathy Doornekamp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BA, MDiv
“My passion is to walk with people on their journey towards a life that is rich and meaningful. While we can't change painful experiences from the past, we can work together towards better understanding and resolution of them in the present. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will explore and challenge long-standing behaviour patterns and/or negative perceptions which may be problamatic. Whether you are looking for extra support or guidance through a particular challenge or you're just ready to move in a new direction, I can work with you towards achieving your goals.
(613) 201-1000
Kingston, Ontario K7P 1T5
Andrew Moss, Psychologist  in Kingston
“Having worked in a range of clinical settings over the years, I have developed an interest in assisting people of all ages and walks of life. I take a person-centred approach to my clients, understanding that every client is unique and therefore requires a non-judgemental and clearly tailored approach to the issues they are bringing. I have a specific interest in working with complex clinical presentations, including trauma and abuse and I pull from a range of well validated therapies and techniques to assist a speedy and effective resolution of a person's difficulties.
(613) 689-7783
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Kingston, Ontario K7K 0A1

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