Bruce Taylor, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., M.Div., CCC
Individual Couple Family Counsellor, Sex Addiction Therapist
1550 Gordon St., Unit 19, Guelph, ON
I am a highly trained and experienced Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes of the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). I am the only Certified Sex Addiction Therapist for a large area of southern Ontario. I offer programs for both addicts and partners of sex addicts, and hold Men's and Women's Groups . I am experienced in the treatment of all sexual addictions e.g. pornography, cybersex, sexual and emotional affairs, massage parlors, escorts and anonymous sex, etc. I am a facilitator of the Facing the Shadow Recovery Start Kit and an interpreter of sexual addiction tests. For more information see: www.btaylorsolutions.ca.
Bill Huggins, Ph.D.
Therapist / Counsellor
71- B11 Rosedale Ave, Brampton, ON L6X 1K4
Addiction usually has two dimensions: the effects of the habit and the reason for starting the habit.With backup medical assistance we will identify the triggers for your behaviour. We will change your thinking and actions around your behaviour cycle. If you are honest and transparent about the addiction with your hard work, our support and community based agencies, if needed, success will be attainable.
Bill Taekema, R. P.
Registered Gestalt Psychotherapist
268 Main Street North, Brampton, ON L6V 1P5
I will support my clients in exploring their particular addiction, the pros and cons of living with it and how it is impacting their lives. Clients will be fully supported when looking at what was happening in their lives when it all began. We will then continue the healing process through gained self-awareness while reframing the past so you will be more response"able" in your life, now.
Nira Lall, Life Coach, MA, MCHt, MNLP, MTLT
Life Coaching - OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL SEPT 14, 2015
2 County Court Blvd., 4th Floor, Brampton, ON L6W 3W8
Addictions can be related to substances, habits, patterns, and relationships. Regardless of the nature of your addiction, we will determine why, when, and how you addictive behaviour occurs. You will be given tools and resources to assist you in replacing your addictive behaviour with a more supportive pattern. Therapies include Neuro-linguistic programming, New Decision Therapy, and/or Hypnosis.
Sharleen McDowall, Psy.D., C.Psych
60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 402, Brampton, ON L6X 0G9
At MCCG we provide addiction counselling for those who feel they have lost their way and are struggling to gain control in their lives. Our therapists provide empathic support and guidance, along with a nonjudgemental atmosphere, to help those who want to make a change. We are committed to helping you implement the changes necessary for long term success.
Coslyn Selby, BSW, RSW
Professional Social Worker
2250 Bovaird Drive E., Brampton, ON L6R 0W3
Addiction is a gradual process, which begins by sampling wine at the dinner table, then graduating to your own glass and further to buying your own bottle. There is no doubt to some the taste of alcohol is welcoming, and soothing to the system, whereby at certain stages in life alcohol is used as an avoidance in dealing with life issues. Using a task-centered approach helps individuals face the reality and causes of their addiction.
Paul Clark, PhD, RP
4 Robert Speck Parkway, Suite 1500, Mississauga, ON
An addiction is a loss of control over alcohol, substance use, eating, sexuality, or gambling. It is a behaviour that is motivated by emotions that range from cravings to compulsions. The addictive behavior continues despite its negative consequences. Counselling includes a focus on the root emotioanal causes that led to addiction and some tools to deal with addictive behaviour so that you can get your life back in balance.
Iddi Zackari, PsyD. RP, RMFT
Registered Psychotherapist and Registered Marriage & Family Therapist
204-100 Matheson BLVD., Mississauga, ON
The term addiction describes a pattern of uncontrollable and compulsive behaviour regardless of the negative consequences. Substance abuse or chemical dependence describes a maladaptive behaviour that can lead to distress, impairment or negative impact on ones wellbeing. Pornographic addiction can be described as compulsively watching pornographic materials with the sole intention to fulfil sexual gratification. I'm professionally trained to assist you to resolve your addictive behaviour.