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Therapists in K1R

Dino Zuccarini, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2001, I have supported individuals and couples to deal with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, work place stress, burnout, sexual and relationship and self-esteem issues, and existential issues related to meaning and purpose. I can help you deal with couple problems (e.g., intimacy, communication), repair your relationship after injuries, such as affairs or betrayals, and improve your sex life. I have presented at national conferences and published book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles in the area of couples and sex therapy. I can support you to build a more, secure resilient self and strengthen your relationships.
Tiffany Patterson, Counselor  in Ottawa
“My treatment approach guides people through a self-examination into how they experience themselves, their relationships and their world. Symptoms are relieved through increased personal insight and finding new ways of perceiving old situations, allowing for the development of healthier behaviours. I view the therapist-client relationship as truly unique - one that can help, in a lasting way, to heal and steer personal relationships.
Carolann M Trainor, Pastoral Counselor  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MAPC, CCC, MASp, MBA
“Carolann has led an interesting and challenging life. She has learned to read between the crooked lines of her life and become more aware of her gifts and strengths of humour, enthusiasm, spontaneity and genuine interest in people. She is a professional providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples creating a safe and sacred environment for clients to share their narrative. She builds empathy and respect towards an alliance with clients as well as acknowledging the needs of multicultural and interfaith clients.
Rana Karam, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2008, I have worked with adults, couples and adolescents experiencing a wide range of psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem-related difficulties, relationship and sexual issues (e.g., sexual arousal and desire issues, orgasm difficulties and sexual pain), and cross-cultural adaptation and interpersonal challenges. I also support individuals and couples address psycho-social issues related to fertility and adoption. Through our work together, I will help you to learn about your personal strengths, and develop a more secure, resilient self and strengthen your relationships.
Grief Counselling Ottawa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
“You may be adjusting to a life threatening illness or may be a family/friend of someone seriously ill. Anticipatory grief refers to the grieving that begins even before a death occurs. You may also be grieving the loss of someone and need an opportunity to explore your experience; Feelings of loss are unique to each individual. Journeying and walking alongside the mourner is my focus as you develop an understanding of your grief and its affect on yourself, your family and the relationship with the person who has died.
Anna Earle Green, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CCC, MA, Cert, RYT
“Individuals and couples looking for a holistic body-centered approach with an empathic responsive therapist will find my approach light, safe, and trustworthy. I have fourteen years of experience in both body and mind therapies including Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn's stress reduction mindfulness practice, spirituality focused counselling, somatic experiencing, yoga, craniosacral therapy, and energy healing. My clinical practice draws from many theories and modalities to meet various goals and needs.
Aleks Milosevic, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2005, I have supported clients in managing negative emotions (e.g., anger, anxiety, depression, shame), problematic behaviours (aggression, compulsions), and relationship difficulties. My specialized area of interest is in the treatment of substance use issues (alcohol, recreational drugs, prescription medications, anabolic steroids) and addictive behaviours (e.g., sexual addiction, problem gambling). I have published and presented at national and international conferences on the topic of addictions. To ensure access to services, I offer video therapy for clients with busy schedules, who might be concerned about visiting a therapist's office, or who live in Ontario but farther distances from my office.
Jennifer Williams - Verve Therapy Network, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
“I enjoy working with clients to create a personalized approach that results in enduring personal growth. With nearly two decades of experience in the counselling field I provide services to individuals, couples, groups and families and organizations. I have specialized clinical expertise in infertility, adoption, couples therapy (including those recovering from infidelity), family issues, depression, anxiety and custody and access. I enjoy cultivating a practice that combines humour with evidence-based, innovative therapeutic techniques. I combine several advanced treatment modalities in my work, including EMDR, biofeedback, cognitive behavioural therapy and focused psychotherapy.
Roanne Leeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, RSW
“As a therapist, I know that we will all face unique challenges, issues, and transitions during our lifetime- sometimes to get through these difficult times, we need to seek guidance and support from a professional source. My role will be to explore these challenges with you in a comfortable and supportive environment, and to assist in you in developing ways to cope and move forward. I look forward to connecting with new clients, and empowering them to develop the tools needed to move through difficult times in their lives based on their own strengths.
Azadeh Tabatabaei, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RSW, MSW
“I have been involved in the counseling field for more than twenty-five years and brings a wealth of experience working with youth, families and individuals for over two decades. I provide individual counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. I also provide family counselling including: Premarital Counselling, Couple Counselling, Family Conflict Resolution and Family Communication Improvement. I can help one to address personal, educational, and professional challenges by way of identifying and accessing internal resources to increase resiliency, explore solutions and regain a sense of power and control over their own lives.
Carolynn R Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“None of us will move through life without experiencing loss of some kind. This may be the death of a loved one, unwelcome changes to our health, the end of a significant relationship, or upheaval to our sense of safety in the world following trauma. Though the human body and spirit are adapted for healing, we often benefit from adding a caring professional to our natural support system. I would like to be that added support for you.
Elzbieta Letourneau, Counselor  in Ottawa
“In my practice, I welcome people who want to find new ways of understanding themselves and their past experiences. I offer new insights and perspectives shared in a decade of my experience. I help address various issues like anxiety, fear, shame, depression, hurt and grief. While providing emotionally safe space, I support clients in building trust, making more informed choices, finding greater sense of integrity and self- directed growth. My knowledge and experience also aim to improve your self-acceptance and confidence. I offer you support for processing various stressful life experiences (e.g. illness, various life transitions).
Natalie A Charron, Counselor  in Ottawa
Counselor, MA
“Not feeling like yourself lately? Is your life not going in the direction you hoped? Wondering how to improve your relationships? My warmth, genuineness, and insight provide a safe and welcoming environment aimed at self-empowering you to implement the positive changes you feel you need for growth and healing, whether these involve symptom reduction and/or in-depth exploration. Using a flexible approach, I can help you gain insight into your past experiences, how these influence your current life/relationships, increase your moment-to-moment self-awareness, and determine the best way to apply what you learn to improve your well-being.
Counselor, MA
“Undoubtedly each of us will encounter difficult, perhaps seemingly insurmountable, challenges throughout our lives. At times one may feel as though they have nowhere to turn or no one to depend on, and may not feel they have the strength to help themselves. I can support you with many issues such as depression, trauma, anxiety, infidelity, parenting, grief/loss, suicide, and work related issues. Il me fait plaisir d'accueillir des clients francophones. J'offre un soutient chaleureux et sans jugement, visant à cultiver vos forces et à développer votre ressort face à une variété de problématiques.
Yoshie Martinez, Counselor  in Ottawa
“When everything seems overwhelming and actions seem illogical, I like to help people understand themselves, their actions and their emotions. In conjunction with Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), I work from a person centered approach, which means that I work with you, at your speed and on what you want to work. I believe in healing through the expression and understanding of emotion, and through the understanding and acceptance of the self. Sessions are offered in Spanish and English.
Julie Beaulac, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2004, I have worked with adults and adolescents to help them get through a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, sleep difficulties, and dealing with common life issues (e.g., stress, grief, relationships, career issues). I can also help you learn new skills to cope with chronic health conditions (e.g., obesity, pain, diabetes, HIV, disability). I work collaboratively with you to identify your treatment goals based on your needs and concerns. I also only use leading-edge evidence-based treatment approaches (e.g., cognitive-behavioral, acceptance & commitment therapy, interpersonal) to help you achieve your goals.
Jennifer Fotheringham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW
“Transition in any circumstance can be unsettling for anyone - even for those who seem to roll with the punches. I've dealt with clients experiencing a multitude of life transitions and have helped them identify how they perceive their world and why, decide how they want to adjust their focus and behaviour to meet the challenge, and assist them in establishing a more solid path for the future. Undesired news, such as illness, career upset or dissolution of a relationship can unravel anyone. But together we can help you manage your challenge better than you ever have before.
(613) 797-5361
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5K7
Leigh Karos, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“I have been providing psychological assessment and therapy services since 1997. In private practice, I work with individuals (adults, adolescents, children), couples and families experiencing a wide range of concerns. Special areas of interest include depression, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, parenting, family conflict, separation and divorce. I also am experienced in working with individuals facing issues related to self, identity, and sexuality as well as unique challenges confronted by LGBTTIQQ2S individuals and their families.
(613) 402-2484
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B5
Stephanie Tompkins, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Successful Stress Management and Therapy. Over 20 Year's Experience. Bilingue. Accepting New Patients.Special interest in PTSD, trauma and phobias.I am very comfortable and experienced diagnosing and treating depression, anxiety disorders, work stress and burnout, relationship issues, parenting/adoption and blended family problems, grief and anger, addiction/co-dependency, adult ADHD assessment and injury/illness, to name a few areas. My patients report that I am very easy to talk to, non-judgemental and "real"- a Maritimer ! I'm known for having quite a direct style where a spade is called a spade- but with compassion and sensitivity.
(613) 830-6779
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5T4
Marlise Meilan, Registered Psychotherapist  in Ottawa
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RCC
“With a masters degree in counselling psychology and as a Registered Psychotherapist, you'll find I have the training and experience to really help you. For me, therapy is about listening deeply, sorting through difficulties, and helping you to feel heard, recognized, respected, and cared about. As well as addressing problems, my hope is to assist you through a supportive, client-centered approach to find new ways of relating to yourself and to the world, realize your strengths and abilities, and learn strategies for future success.
(613) 791-7793
Office is near:
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7Y3

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