Counselling in Toronto, ON. Find the Right Therapist.

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Tammy Laber, MA, MACP, OACCPP, RP

Coach and Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist

Pape and Danforth, Toronto, Ontario

Your life can be better! Let me help you understand yourself and get unstuck. I can help you improve your relationships, start life again after separation, deal with anxiety and depression, or explore sexuality issues. I'm a caring counselor with CBT and other skills

Deborah Duggan, Ed.D., C. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

80 Corley Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

I believe that an open, compassionate, trusting therapeutic relationship is necessary for us to safely explore our hearts and minds more deeply. When we can see and feel ourselves with more awareness and understanding, we can make more empowered choices in our lives.

Mary Fulford-Winsor, Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist-Individuals and Couples/Marriage Counselling

120 Carlton Suite 413 (Cabbagetown/Downtown area), Toronto, Ontario

Psychotherapy can provide a path through what previously may have felt impossible. My extensive training and experience coupled with my creative background give me the tools to provide a breadth of understanding and responsiveness to who you are as a unique individual.

Robin Long, C.A., M.Ed.

Masters in Counselling Psychology

1504 Yonge St. 3rd floor, Toronto, Ontario

Do you struggle with your weight? Do you have a negative body image? Are you unhappy at work? Are you plagued with negative thoughts? If so, Take Action Now and understand the underlying dynamics behind your actions and beliefs. Learn to travel on a more positive path.

Sandy Kiaizadeh, RP, MACP, ATC

Registered Psychotherapist

717 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario

I am a psychotherapist, life coach, and mindfulness teacher. ​My approach in working with you is one of acceptance, collaboration, empathy, and compassion. My services are covered by most Canadian extended health insurance plans.

Sandra Lewis, MA

Psychotherapist, coach

126 Seaton Street, Toronto, Ontario

I have 20 years of experience in EFT, Cognitive-Behavioural and Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy. EFT works quickly to release strongly held negative emotions, often in the first session. I also offer free nutritional counselling as it relates to your mental health.

Allan Findlay, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Certified EFT Couple and Family Therapist

110 Eglinton Ave W. Suite 303E, Toronto, Ontario

Whether you are concerned about your marriage, struggling with your teen or young adult, or thinking of leaving your relationship, I can help. I have more than thirty years of experience, certification in EFT couples and family therapy and a very high success rate.

Mitch Smolkin, M.A., Counselling Psychology

Psychotherapist and Couples Counsellor

208 St Clair Ave West Suite #2, Toronto, Ontario

I specialize in individual psychotherapy and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (one of the most researched and effective therapy approaches for couples). I offer free initial individual consultations and services are covered by most extended health insurance.

Chau Du, M.Sc., M.Sc.

Psychotherapist

1278 St. Clair Ave West, Unit 12, Toronto,

Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., C.Psych.

Clinical Psychologist

114 Maitland Street, Toronto, Ontario

Therapy helps people see their problem through the eyes of an objective observer. I work in: individual, family, & couples therapy, grief & bereavement, trauma therapy, interpersonal conflict, posttraumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, abuse, & divorce.

Shauna Cake, Reg. Psychotherapist, BA (Hons)

Registered Psychotherapist

489 College Street, Unit 308, Toronto, Ontario

My job is to help you create a great life. My experience in body based-trauma informed therapy, mindfulness and Gestalt therapy means I meet my client’s as whole people, with authenticity, compassion, creativity and humour.

Ingrid Dresher, RP

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Toronto West, Ontario

People come to me because they have encountered challenges in their lives and are seeking a non-judgmental environment in which to understand next steps. I endeavour to explore and clarify the issues with you to help you meet your goals and find peace and restoration.

Julie Freedman, MSW, RSW, PhD (c)

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist

5-315 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario

My approach is supportive, empathetic and, above all, pragmatic. Whether you seek to make a change, overcome significant life obstacles or break a chronic pattern, I will provide a private and confidential space geared to your own pace and timing. I am here to help.



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Therapy Toronto, ON

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Toronto, the capital city of Ontario is considered a global city and the financial centre of the country. It is Canada’s largest city with a population growth exceeding 2,500,000 people, making it the fifth most populated municipality in North America. Some of the popular economic strengths lie in credit counsellor, business services, aerospace, transportation, film production, medical research, tourism and sports industries. The densely populated south-central region of Ontario is known as the Golden Horseshoe with a population exceeding eight million residents. Counselling, psychotherapy is a beneficial process that will strive to produce measurable results of positive change in your life. A professional therapist utilizes several efficient therapy techniques established through years of research that can bring about growth and emotional health. Located on Lake Ontario, Toronto has strong seasonal variables with a temperate climate influenced by the presence of the lake. The summers are hot and humid, and the winters can be well below freezing.1

After World War II, refugees from war-torn Europe and Chinese people immigrated to the metropolitan Toronto area to take advantage of the great job opportunities. During the 1950’s more immigrants were received by Canada than the United States, although the United States had a population ten times that of Canada. By 1960 the European economy strengthened and immigrants from the Caribbean Islands and Asia arrived. With a faltering economy during the 1990’s immigrants came from Hong Kong and later it was noted that nearly 10 percent of the population in this area was of Chinese origin. If you have been searching for resolution to questions of deeper meaning and significance, Christian counselling, therapists will provide real hope through spiritual insight for turning you around and facing a new direction. The value of therapy and counseling is of great worth and may be one of the most important decisions you have made in a long time. Being cosmopolitan and international, nearly fifty percent of the population is non-born-Canadian who enjoy a very high standard of living with comparatively low crime rates to major cities in the US.

Mental Health in Toronto

Toronto has a diverse population culturally and age-wise. Of the more than 2.6 million people living in Toronto, more than 410,395 are school-aged children. Throughout Ontario, 23 percent of students have reported that they were offered, sold or given drugs within the last year. In fact, 83 percent of students in grade 12 report drinking alcohol, while 42 percent report using some sort of illicit substance within the past year.2 Those are startling statistics, but Toronto agencies are taking notice to identify teen addicts early to provide intervention services.

Most services provided for recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism are provided free with a valid Ontario health card. The programs are voluntary and private. Teens are given the chance to speak alone with qualified counselors about their addiction problems. For example, the Toronto Withdrawal Management System helps teens find withdrawal services near them, suited to the client�s particular needs. To contact the Toronto Withdrawal Management System, call 866-366-9513.3

Current Initiatives

The Government of Ontario funds programs to help its citizens, including teens, overcome addictions to drugs and alcohol. The Drug and Alcohol Helpline is a confidential service available 24/7 to residents of Toronto and the rest of Ontario for obtaining information about drug and alcohol addiction services. The helpline is free to everyone. Specialists are also available to talk via web chat. The referral specialists provide information about services available in your community, education about drug and alcohol programs and can listen to your problems and offer support. Contact the Drug and Alcohol helpline at 1-800-565-8603.4


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017) . Toronto, ON. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto.
2. Teen Challenge Canada. (2016) . Canadian Drug Crisis: Drug Abuse is Closer to Home Than You Think! . Retrieved from http://www.teenchallenge.ca/get-help/canadian-drug-crisis.
3. Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. (2016) . Substance Abuse Treatment for Young People � What You Need to Know. Retrieved from http://www.camh.ca/en/hospital/health_information/a_z_mental_health_and_addiction_information/adolescent_mental_health/Pages/treat_young_people.aspx.
4. Connex Ontario. (2017) . About Us. Retrieved from http://www.drugandalcoholhelpline.ca/Home/About.

Toronto is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 630.20 square kilometers.  The population of Toronto is 2.73 million people with 1.11 million households . The population ranking for Toronto is #1 nationally and #1 for the province of Ontario with a density of 4334.40 people per sq km. Toronto therapists serve postal code: M3B.