Margarete Juliana, Registered Psychotherapist, PhD
College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (#001593) and Registered Marriage and Family Therapist (#113546)
22 Richmond St Suite 105, Richmond Hill, ON
Having worked for several years at Addiction Services for York Region, I know and understand the pain and chaos that addictions cause individuals and families. I see addictions as poor and destructive coping mechanisms and work with individuals and families to interrupt the addiction behavior so that the triggers can be determined and clients can process the pain underlying the behavior. Often this means working with other parts of the client support group such as their Doctor. I am very familiar with 12 step programs and work within a complementary framework of attachment and the importance of strong close relationships with the most important people in one's life, family. Call me.
8383 Weston Road, Woodbridge, ON
As smart as we humans are, we can so easily fall into habits and addictions that defy reason and rationale, yet every habit is born from a positive intent. From my deep understanding of classical conditioning and behavioral change, I can help you to uncover the origins of your addiction and work to break free once and for all. I currently have a 90% success rate for smoking cessation using hypnosis using methods that are tailored specifically to each of my clients, since I truly believe that one size does not fit all. Are you ready to get the help you need?
Amelia Perri, RP, RN, BScN, MC
Registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor
10495 Keele Street, Unit 1, Suite 2A, Vaughan, ON
In my approach to addictions I work with clients to understand how the addiction may be helping them to cope and help them to learn alternate healthy coping mechanisms. Addressing related underlying issues may also be important in helping clients to leave the addiction behind. Although clients often find it difficult to let go of the addiction, they slowly feel ready as they begin to take steps and have more positive life experiences, which are also explored during therapy. Client strengths, motivations, hopes, and values are also considered and through these approaches clients begin to feel safe, satisfied, and happy living their life without the addiction.