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Lori Gill Psychotherapy - Holistic Wellness
Treatment Centre, MACP, AF-EMDR, ITATM, CRM, CTS-C
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At Lori Gill Psychotherapy Holistic Wellness for Health we have been providing effective and leading edge treatment for over 15 years with great success. Our therapists will help you to explore your feelings and responses with compassionate curiosity. Now more than ever people are feeling overwhelmed and having difficulty achieving balance. Whatever you are experiencing, you don't have to do it alone. At Lori Gill Psychotherapy Holistic Wellness for Health we specialize in helping you to find balance. Our model integrates highly effective counselling and psychotherapy techniques to promote wellness inclusive of mindful awareness of bodily sensations, emotions, and thoughts, meditation, and self-compassion. We also include creative approaches such as art therapy, play therapy, music therapy, and somatic therapies as well as leading edge tools to enhance wellness inclusive of neurofeedback and biofeedback allowing for you to directly observe the impact you can have on your body, brain, and mind. ​ Our goal is to provide support and healing to ultimately create healthier individuals, children, parents, workplaces, and communities.
At Lori Gill Psychotherapy Holistic Wellness for Health we have been providing effective and leading edge treatment for over 15 years with great success. Our therapists will help you to explore your feelings and responses with compassionate curiosity. Now more than ever people are feeling overwhelmed and having difficulty achieving balance. Whatever you are experiencing, you don't have to do it alone. At Lori Gill Psychotherapy Holistic Wellness for Health we specialize in helping you to find balance. Our model integrates highly effective counselling and psychotherapy techniques to promote wellness inclusive of mindful awareness of bodily sensations, emotions, and thoughts, meditation, and self-compassion. We also include creative approaches such as art therapy, play therapy, music therapy, and somatic therapies as well as leading edge tools to enhance wellness inclusive of neurofeedback and biofeedback allowing for you to directly observe the impact you can have on your body, brain, and mind. ​ Our goal is to provide support and healing to ultimately create healthier individuals, children, parents, workplaces, and communities.
(289) 212-6613 View (289) 212-6613
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Hamilton Psychological Services
Treatment Centre
Verified
Waterdown, ON L0R
We have 11 clinicians, each of us with a broad range of experience and interests, available to work with you and/or your family. Our clinicians are either registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario or are in preparation for registration (e.g., Supervised Practice). Please feel free to call our offices with any questions, 905-527-5991, and visit our website for further information, www.hamiltonpsych.ca.
We have 11 clinicians, each of us with a broad range of experience and interests, available to work with you and/or your family. Our clinicians are either registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario or are in preparation for registration (e.g., Supervised Practice). Please feel free to call our offices with any questions, 905-527-5991, and visit our website for further information, www.hamiltonpsych.ca.
(226) 784-5504 View (226) 784-5504
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Brookside Psychologists
Treatment Centre
Verified
Beamsville, ON L0R
Brookside Psychologists is a clinical mental health practice with offices in Burlington and St. Catharines. We provide counselling, psychoeducational assessment, and neuropsychological assessment services to children, teens, adults, couples, families, and seniors. Our clinicians include psychologists, neuropsychologists, and psychotherapists. We are also a teaching facility, and affordable services are available with experienced graduate students under the clinical supervision of a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, or the Ontario College of Nurses.
Brookside Psychologists is a clinical mental health practice with offices in Burlington and St. Catharines. We provide counselling, psychoeducational assessment, and neuropsychological assessment services to children, teens, adults, couples, families, and seniors. Our clinicians include psychologists, neuropsychologists, and psychotherapists. We are also a teaching facility, and affordable services are available with experienced graduate students under the clinical supervision of a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, or the Ontario College of Nurses.
(289) 206-8840 View (289) 206-8840

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