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"I believe that taking the first step to reach out to a therapist is one of the most important investments we can make in our wellbeing. In looking for the right fit, my clients benefit from my experience understanding the transformative power of therapy myself, and my 20 years experience as a therapist, educator and facilitator. I specialize in providing services to children, adolescents, youth, couples, women, parents, and families. I am a Certified Emotionally-Focused Therapist (EFT) for couples. I work with issues that compromise people's wellbeing including: -Relationship Problems -Grief -Trauma -Mental Health and Addictions"
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"I believe that taking the first step to reach out to a therapist is one of the most important investments we can make in our wellbeing. In looking for the right fit, my clients benefit from my experience understanding the transformative power of therapy myself, and my 20 years experience as a therapist, educator and facilitator. I specialize in providing services to children, adolescents, youth, couples, women, parents, and families. I am a Certified Emotionally-Focused Therapist (EFT) for couples. I work with issues that compromise people's wellbeing including: -Relationship Problems -Grief -Trauma -Mental Health and Addictions"
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""Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years." — Simone Signoret. Sometimes it can feel like you are stuck in a rut and having the same fights over and over again; it can begin to feel hopeless. "
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""Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years." — Simone Signoret. Sometimes it can feel like you are stuck in a rut and having the same fights over and over again; it can begin to feel hopeless. "
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"Difficult life experiences can make coping with daily events challenging. Some people isolate themselves in a variety of ways due to fear of burdening or not being understood by those around them. For others, unprocessed adversity from childhood can leave them feeling a disconnect from the world, loved ones, and even their own bodies. The affects can be feelings of depression, anxiety, shame and/or self-doubt. Counselling is a safe, nonjudgmental space where you can explore the parts of yourself you have difficulty exploring elsewhere and get tools to help you live the life you want. "
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"Difficult life experiences can make coping with daily events challenging. Some people isolate themselves in a variety of ways due to fear of burdening or not being understood by those around them. For others, unprocessed adversity from childhood can leave them feeling a disconnect from the world, loved ones, and even their own bodies. The affects can be feelings of depression, anxiety, shame and/or self-doubt. Counselling is a safe, nonjudgmental space where you can explore the parts of yourself you have difficulty exploring elsewhere and get tools to help you live the life you want. "
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"I will talk to you and tune into your emotional, somatic and spiritual experience. I listen carefully without judgement. I will help you to hear yourself and make better sense of your experiences, thoughts and feelings. I will help you welcome the emotions that are vying for your attention, discover meanings, recognize patterns and explore options. I will support you to think more clearly and kindly about yourself, help you strengthen your sense of self and find more satisfaction in your connections with others. "
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"I will talk to you and tune into your emotional, somatic and spiritual experience. I listen carefully without judgement. I will help you to hear yourself and make better sense of your experiences, thoughts and feelings. I will help you welcome the emotions that are vying for your attention, discover meanings, recognize patterns and explore options. I will support you to think more clearly and kindly about yourself, help you strengthen your sense of self and find more satisfaction in your connections with others. "
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"Psychoanalysis was originally called the 'talking cure', that is a conversation, which can help you deal with difficult emotional states, such as depression, anxiety, grief, fear/insecurity and/or any other general problems with living. In my experience, it allowed me to recover from painful, familial dysfunction, and helped me to develop in ways I had not thought possible. But whatever your reasons for seeking therapy, the unique intimacy of the therapeutic conversation can always help you to become more conscious of the forces that shaped you, and support you in the possibility of more freely determining your own future."
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"Psychoanalysis was originally called the 'talking cure', that is a conversation, which can help you deal with difficult emotional states, such as depression, anxiety, grief, fear/insecurity and/or any other general problems with living. In my experience, it allowed me to recover from painful, familial dysfunction, and helped me to develop in ways I had not thought possible. But whatever your reasons for seeking therapy, the unique intimacy of the therapeutic conversation can always help you to become more conscious of the forces that shaped you, and support you in the possibility of more freely determining your own future."
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"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."
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"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."
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"You may feel that no matter what you do, it's not enough. You carry a huge weight on your shoulders, which can be overwhelming. It takes courage to face the pain and grief of life's challenges. In my work as an arts-based psychotherapist, I am witness to my clients' courage and resilience on a daily basis. I offer a safe, supportive space to explore one's heart and uncover hidden strengths and resources together. My approach is collaborative, person-centred and trauma-informed. I have worked for over twelve years supporting clients experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, grief and loss, family conflict, trauma, and disability. "
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"You may feel that no matter what you do, it's not enough. You carry a huge weight on your shoulders, which can be overwhelming. It takes courage to face the pain and grief of life's challenges. In my work as an arts-based psychotherapist, I am witness to my clients' courage and resilience on a daily basis. I offer a safe, supportive space to explore one's heart and uncover hidden strengths and resources together. My approach is collaborative, person-centred and trauma-informed. I have worked for over twelve years supporting clients experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, grief and loss, family conflict, trauma, and disability. "
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"I am a master’s level Registered Social Worker (RSW) with over 13 years of experience providing assessment and therapeutic treatment to individuals, families, and groups within a mental health and addictions teaching hospital. I have extensive experience in the areas of mood and anxiety, personality disorders, addictions, and trauma, as well as sexuality and gender identity. I am trained in evidence-based, trauma-informed assessment and integrated treatment approaches, including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, mindfulness,and solution-focused brief therapy."
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"I am a master’s level Registered Social Worker (RSW) with over 13 years of experience providing assessment and therapeutic treatment to individuals, families, and groups within a mental health and addictions teaching hospital. I have extensive experience in the areas of mood and anxiety, personality disorders, addictions, and trauma, as well as sexuality and gender identity. I am trained in evidence-based, trauma-informed assessment and integrated treatment approaches, including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, mindfulness,and solution-focused brief therapy."
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"Perhaps you're feeling down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. You may be asking yourself does something need to change? You may not have the answer to what you’re looking for, but you know the answers you have been given up until now are not working. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to support you every step of the way. "
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"Perhaps you're feeling down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. You may be asking yourself does something need to change? You may not have the answer to what you’re looking for, but you know the answers you have been given up until now are not working. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to support you every step of the way. "
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"Many of us have been discouraged from feeling what we are feeling. Told it's not polite to be angry, not "manly" to feel sad, being vulnerable is weak, and other falsehoods. I believe we are meant to feel a full range of emotion deeply and fully, and embrace both pleasure and pain so we can learn and grow. My approach to therapy is humanistic in nature, which is a mental health approach that emphasizes the importance of being your true self in order to lead your most fulfilling life. I invite you to unwind in a safe space, process your story, express your feelings, and make clear actionable plans for your health and wellness. "
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"Many of us have been discouraged from feeling what we are feeling. Told it's not polite to be angry, not "manly" to feel sad, being vulnerable is weak, and other falsehoods. I believe we are meant to feel a full range of emotion deeply and fully, and embrace both pleasure and pain so we can learn and grow. My approach to therapy is humanistic in nature, which is a mental health approach that emphasizes the importance of being your true self in order to lead your most fulfilling life. I invite you to unwind in a safe space, process your story, express your feelings, and make clear actionable plans for your health and wellness. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, AccFM
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"Feeling Stuck? Struggling? Can't seem to quiet the negative self talk? Learn the skills you need to move forward with confidence. I love working with people to foster resilience and hope and to teach people how leave their struggles behind. My approach consists of a series of conversations to understand your current situation and then together we will develop the skills needed to navigate your challenges leaving you feeling more focused and optimistic."
(647) 697-8541
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"Feeling Stuck? Struggling? Can't seem to quiet the negative self talk? Learn the skills you need to move forward with confidence. I love working with people to foster resilience and hope and to teach people how leave their struggles behind. My approach consists of a series of conversations to understand your current situation and then together we will develop the skills needed to navigate your challenges leaving you feeling more focused and optimistic."
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Psychologist, PhD, CPsych
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"You may be at a place in life you want to get away from. Or there may be a place you want to get to. I bring tools for us to build a roadmap together. I provide trauma-informed, queer-friendly, and fat-positive assessment and psychotherapy services to individuals and couples of all configurations. I help clients with depression, anxiety, major life transitions, traumatic experiences, health-related issues (e.g., insomnia, cancer, pregnancy), interpersonal difficulties, and questions about identity, sexuality, and meaning."
(647) 490-7639
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"You may be at a place in life you want to get away from. Or there may be a place you want to get to. I bring tools for us to build a roadmap together. I provide trauma-informed, queer-friendly, and fat-positive assessment and psychotherapy services to individuals and couples of all configurations. I help clients with depression, anxiety, major life transitions, traumatic experiences, health-related issues (e.g., insomnia, cancer, pregnancy), interpersonal difficulties, and questions about identity, sexuality, and meaning."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, ExAT
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"I offer counselling and psychotherapy that incorporates Internal Family Systems/parts work, EMDR, expressive arts therapy, mindfulness and somatic approaches into a trauma-informed, attachment-informed, relational, intersectional and eclectic approach to therapy. I believe all people have innate strengths, gifts and creativity, and can benefit from an empathic, curious, and safe therapeutic relationship through which to explore the material of their life. I am passionate about supporting people of all ages to deepen their relationship to the wisdom within, and to grow and give voice to their experiences."
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"I offer counselling and psychotherapy that incorporates Internal Family Systems/parts work, EMDR, expressive arts therapy, mindfulness and somatic approaches into a trauma-informed, attachment-informed, relational, intersectional and eclectic approach to therapy. I believe all people have innate strengths, gifts and creativity, and can benefit from an empathic, curious, and safe therapeutic relationship through which to explore the material of their life. I am passionate about supporting people of all ages to deepen their relationship to the wisdom within, and to grow and give voice to their experiences."
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"I offer a nonjudgmental, empathic space for my clients. A space where you, the client, can explore dilemmas, personal issues, thoughts and problems. I work with you supportively to gain insights and feel more solid as you navigate challenges that may come up for you in life. This may mean issues around relationships, work, self actualization, family, identity, a sense of belonging or loneliness. My strengths are compassion and patience. I will help you recognize patterns that may inhibit you from feeling good about yourself and help you to feel freer and have more agency in your life."
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"I offer a nonjudgmental, empathic space for my clients. A space where you, the client, can explore dilemmas, personal issues, thoughts and problems. I work with you supportively to gain insights and feel more solid as you navigate challenges that may come up for you in life. This may mean issues around relationships, work, self actualization, family, identity, a sense of belonging or loneliness. My strengths are compassion and patience. I will help you recognize patterns that may inhibit you from feeling good about yourself and help you to feel freer and have more agency in your life."
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"At times in our lives we experience challenges and difficulties and this is when we seek support. Challenges may include living with shame, depression, anxiety, low-self-esteem, grief and loss. As well there may be situations related to; life transitions, workplace, finances, career, education, family and intimate relationships that are distressing. This is when therapy can help you manage these situations in a self-satisfying and productive manner."
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"At times in our lives we experience challenges and difficulties and this is when we seek support. Challenges may include living with shame, depression, anxiety, low-self-esteem, grief and loss. As well there may be situations related to; life transitions, workplace, finances, career, education, family and intimate relationships that are distressing. This is when therapy can help you manage these situations in a self-satisfying and productive manner."
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Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
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"These brains of ours don't come with instruction manuals - figuring out how to navigate life is tough enough, but can sometimes seem impossible when we experience mental health difficulties. I specialize in working with people with anxiety, as well as OCD, BPD, addictions, depression, and relationship struggles. Therapy can be a strange process, I try to make it simple and straightforward. We get to know each other, and figure out if we’re a good fit. We get a clear picture of what the problems are, and what’s going wrong (and what’s going right) in your life. "
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"These brains of ours don't come with instruction manuals - figuring out how to navigate life is tough enough, but can sometimes seem impossible when we experience mental health difficulties. I specialize in working with people with anxiety, as well as OCD, BPD, addictions, depression, and relationship struggles. Therapy can be a strange process, I try to make it simple and straightforward. We get to know each other, and figure out if we’re a good fit. We get a clear picture of what the problems are, and what’s going wrong (and what’s going right) in your life. "
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed by life's stressors? Do you feel depressed or anxious? Do you want to improve your relationships? You are not alone. I am here to help. I have a warm and empathic approach and I view my work as my calling. This means that I am highly committed to working with you in a manner that creates a sense of safety and acceptance. I work from a holistic approach, exploring emotions, cognitions, behaviours and spirituality (if you would like to include this) to help you reach your goals."
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed by life's stressors? Do you feel depressed or anxious? Do you want to improve your relationships? You are not alone. I am here to help. I have a warm and empathic approach and I view my work as my calling. This means that I am highly committed to working with you in a manner that creates a sense of safety and acceptance. I work from a holistic approach, exploring emotions, cognitions, behaviours and spirituality (if you would like to include this) to help you reach your goals."
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"Sarah completed her doctorate in psychology from the University of Toronto (2006). After thirteen years of full-time practice at Ryerson University, she launched her part-time private practice in 2017. Sarah uses evidence-informed practice to effectively assist individuals to overcome emotional challenges, working with clients to transform unhelpful emotional response patterns and to build upon the foundations of mental well-being. The cornerstones of her practice include respect for each client's lived experience, a focus on the context and impact of each client's intersecting identities, and knowledge that neuroplasticity allows us to heal from past hurts."
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"Sarah completed her doctorate in psychology from the University of Toronto (2006). After thirteen years of full-time practice at Ryerson University, she launched her part-time private practice in 2017. Sarah uses evidence-informed practice to effectively assist individuals to overcome emotional challenges, working with clients to transform unhelpful emotional response patterns and to build upon the foundations of mental well-being. The cornerstones of her practice include respect for each client's lived experience, a focus on the context and impact of each client's intersecting identities, and knowledge that neuroplasticity allows us to heal from past hurts."
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"Establishing a relationship of trust and safety is a key step in the therapeutic process. Listening with genuine interest and compassion helps to build that trust. I have been working and studying in the field of psychotherapy and personal growth since 1981. Through my own personal process, as well as my years of experience working with clients, I know the importance of listening skills, empathy, and knowledge based support. If you want help navigating a difficult time in your life, are seeking relief from depression and anxiety, or want to effect change through better understanding yourself, I would be happy to speak with you."
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"Establishing a relationship of trust and safety is a key step in the therapeutic process. Listening with genuine interest and compassion helps to build that trust. I have been working and studying in the field of psychotherapy and personal growth since 1981. Through my own personal process, as well as my years of experience working with clients, I know the importance of listening skills, empathy, and knowledge based support. If you want help navigating a difficult time in your life, are seeking relief from depression and anxiety, or want to effect change through better understanding yourself, I would be happy to speak with you."
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"My approach is one that sets out to co-create a relationship with my client that allows them to make sense of their experiences, relationships with others and relationship with themselves. The goal is a lived experience that feels unified, as opposed to feeling fragmented or compartmentalized. The outcome is a deeper understanding of self that ultimately instills a stronger sense of confidence, peace and health in your day to day life. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, loss, grief, big life changes, can be relieved greatly through the exploration that takes place in a caring therapeutic relationship."
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"My approach is one that sets out to co-create a relationship with my client that allows them to make sense of their experiences, relationships with others and relationship with themselves. The goal is a lived experience that feels unified, as opposed to feeling fragmented or compartmentalized. The outcome is a deeper understanding of self that ultimately instills a stronger sense of confidence, peace and health in your day to day life. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, loss, grief, big life changes, can be relieved greatly through the exploration that takes place in a caring therapeutic relationship."

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