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Therapists in H3Z

Steffan Syd Apel, Psychologist  in Westmount
“We ask for help when we can't do it alone anymore; when our relationships are not working; when we are tired of our own patterns. People who consult with me find that I am genuine and knowledgeable, with a unique, human approach. I work with adults and teens, couples and families, and respond to your needs effectively and compassionately. I provide help that addresses immediate concerns and provides lasting change. I am experienced in providing brief and long-term therapy for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, and life's changes including career issues.
Susan Meindl, Psychologist  in Westmount
“SPECIAL OFFER of intensive psychotherapy at an affordable price. A unique opportunity for a serious, committed client. Special offer is part of an experienced psychologist's advanced training in classical psychoanalysis. 60-week commitment on your part is a must. Four one-hour sessions per week for a significantly reduced fee. Therapy "on the couch" in a comfortable Westmount office. Opportunity for a life-deepening experience. Please write with your motivation for taking up this special offer: smeindl@videotron.ca
Larry Baer, Psychologist  in Westmount
“People seek psychological help because they are suffering in some way. Sometimes the reasons for their distress are very clear, such as a loss of some kind or some other major life change. In other cases, the anxiety, depression or other distress they experience may feel like it has a life of its own. Or there may simply be a feeling that something is not quite right or has to be worked through. As a clinical psychologist, I have the training and experience to assess the reasons for your distress and to help you understand and overcome it.
Leah B Lewis, Counselor  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, Phd, MEd, Psychot, CCC
“If there's one experience in life that is guaranteed, it's change. Change comes in many forms; accomplishment, loss, crisis. Sometimes we lead the change in our lives, sometimes we're forced to follow it - kicking and screaming. I believe that how one negotiates change and transition is connected to our mental health. I believe that we all can engage with where we can make a difference, while riding and negotiating when reality is out of our hands. For me, therapy is a rehearsal ground for this dance of negotiating and locating agency in our lives.
Sepi Zargarpour, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I believe that times of hardship and difficulty can often provide opportunities for personal growth by leading one to take stock of one’s priorities, values, perceptions, relationships and environments; to replace dysfunctional coping strategies with more effective ones; to reevaluate and explore one’s goals; to discover what gives one’s life greater meaning and satisfaction, and to uncover one’s strengths and capacities. As a clinical psychologist (Ph.D) with extensive experience and training, I am dedicated to helping my clients realize their goals and explore opportunities for personal growth.
Laura A Schleifer, Psychologist  in Westmount
“We, as human beings, all face difficult times during our lives. These phases can leave us feeling out of control and isolated. The simple act of choosing change in your life can help you to feel empowered and on a path to a greater sense of well-being. As an integrative therapist (using cognitive behavioral, supportive, interpersonal and existential techniques), I will first help you to define your goals and then support you as you work towards achieving them. Using those techniques that best suit your particular needs and styles, we will effectively create a New Therapy tailored specifically for you.
Blema Steinberg,   in Westmount
“Given that "life is not a dress rehearsal," I believe that the insight oriented therapy I offer as a psychoanalyst will be extremely helpful in exploring the multiple ways in which your understanding of your personal history continues to play an important and often negative role in your life, causing you emotional suffering,. I provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment in which to explore and understand repressed or unacknowledged feelings such as guilt, shame and humiliation, envy and jealousy, as well as hostility and aggression. Unexamined, such feelings can shape your behaviour preventing you from enjoying life to its fullest,
Ron Thiessen, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I can help you discover a different way of looking at your life to expose fresh opportunities and create new hope. I have facilitated the search for clarity in many clients by asking questions that expose the underlying obstacles to happiness and fulfillment, then suggesting strategies that provide opportunities for permanent change. With a listening, non-judgmental, easy-going approach to therapy along with a collaborative method that encourages a search for solutions on the part of both therapist and client, we will explore possibilities together. Effective communication enhances emotional and mental well-being, and that's the hallmark of the way we will engage.
Olga Savina,   in Westmount
“Are you looking for a relief from anxiety that paralyzes you and does not let you enjoy your life? Are you experiencing an emotional turmoil and don't know how to make sense of it? There is a way out and I can help. I have worked with many clients afflicted by both internal emotions such as depression, anxiety, grief, self doubt (to name a few), as well as painful life circumstances such as infidelity, divorce, and difficulties in interpersonal relations. I strive to provide my clients with a safe environment free of judgement and labels.
Brian Wrench, Psychologist  in Westmount
“As a licensed psychologist working for over twenty years helping people understand and work through their problems, I bring insight into how disturbing thoughts and emotions can overwhelm us. Depression, anxiety, anger, confusion, apathy, feelings of low self-worth can take over sometimes and make us feel helpless and alone. You may have tried various ways to cope and now need a professional to sit with you and listen carefully to what you are going through, how it started and progressed, and how it's affecting your life. Together, we can figure out what lies beneath the problem and what to do about it now.
Viviana Mauas, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I provide a woman- centered approach to mental health, as a licensed psychologist and life coach, that is personalized to fit the needs and personality of each individual woman. Women's mental health may be affected by reproductive- related events (e.g., the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and menopause). As such, the possible impact of biological factors need to be understood and incorporated in a holistic approach, that includes psychological, social, and cultural factors, for each woman to receive optimal treatment. Within this context I provide diagnostic evaluations, psychotherapy, and consultation for a wide variety of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment concerns.
Paula Merovitz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd
“I am a psychotherapist with 24 years of experience working with an adult population of individuals and couples. I address issues of depression, loss, anxiety, unresolved family relationships, relationship breakdown, sexuality, divorce, parenting, eating disorders, enhancing communication, lifestyle coaching. My goal is to empower you, to help you understand yourself better and to enable you to make the changes you need to live a healthier life.
Ian Bradley, Psychologist  in Westmount
“As a McGill Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry, and as the past Chief Psychologist at the Royal Victoria Hospital, I bring extensive experience to develop actionable solutions to problems in living. In a professional career at major hospitals & clinics in Los Angeles, Toronto and Vancouver, I have had a wide range of clinical, teaching and management experience. Best of all, I think that I have a sense of humour that I bring to every therapy session.
Linda Davies, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montreal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“Sometimes our feelings, worries or fears seem unmanageable, even overwhelming. We feel afraid things will never change. But things can change. Often these emotional states have their origins in our past but we may be unaware of this link. By uncovering the roots of emotional patterns, I offer a process which can address a wide range of problems whether related to relationships, parenting, depression or anxiety. As someone outside your circle of friends and family, I can help you safely explore your inner world at your own pace. Therapy is an investment in yourself. We can work through this together.
Vivianne Bentley, Psychologist  in Westmount
“Do you feel like you are living a life that is authentic and satisfying? Are you wanting to experience more joy, fulfilment and passion? Do you feel that you need some support in connecting to your true feelings and desires? As an Integrative mind-body therapist and life coach I help my clients to move past difficult life experiences and identify limiting beliefs that are preventing them from living the life of their dreams. I also facilitate women's circles in feminine power, sexuality and creativity. I work with couples who wish to create greater intimacy.
Mary Harsany, Psychologist  in Westmount
“I have been in full time private practice for over twenty-five years and I have expertise in treating a large variety of problems. I work with both individuals and couples and specialize in depression and anxiety as well as in helping people cope with life transitions and relationship issues. In treating anxiety I use cognitive-behavioral techniques including relaxation therapy. In treating depression I focus on altering negative thinking patterns and offering support and strategies to change behaviors. I also have a great deal of experience in helping patients with burnout and other work related issues.
Rick Parker, Psychologist  in Westmount
“My aim is to guide my clients towards understanding and acceptance of (being with) their emotional experience so that they feel complete, free and more connected to others. Engaging in therapy with me involves warmth and empathy, which allows my clients to freely express, and understand, their experience. I validate the experience of my clients so that they genuinely begin feel well with who they are. I use empirically supported treatments that treat difficult emotions such as sadness, anger, and fear (Emotion Focused Therapy) or problematic thinking patterns related to anxiety/depression (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).
Angela Aronson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montreal
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PSW
“I am a psychotherapist specializing in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. This is a highly specialized, powerful form of therapy with the aim of getting to the core of a person's problem and treating it as rapidly as possible. It is applicable to a wide range of mental health disturbances from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, relationship problems etc. to self-defeating behaviour and medically unexplained symptoms. Results are often dramatic and long-lasting as this form of therapy has the capability of producing life-altering changes.
Diane Gattermann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Westmount
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, ATR, nd
“I am an experienced psychotherapist who is trained in working with individuals, couples, families and groups. I use an integrative blend of emotionally-focused, psychodynamic, and psycho-educational styles that are adjusted to suit the particular needs of each client. The process is always interactive, with the client's input helping to set the pace and comfort level.
Joe Flanders, Psychologist  in Westmount
“My style in therapy is collaborative, practical, and goal-directed. Together, we'll establish goals, create a plan, and meet your objectives. Furthermore, through our sessions, you'll develop the skills and confidence to handle future challenges on your own. My approach is based on cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness. These approaches provide new strategies for working with problematic thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. CBT and mindfulness are simple and accessible, and can be mastered with practice. Both approaches have a strong scientific track record for promoting well-being.

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