Counselling in Windsor, ON. Find the Right Therapist.

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Gisele Harrison, MSW, RSW, RYT

Individual & Couple Therapy; Trauma & EMDR; Sex Therapy; LGBT; French/English

548 Chilver Road, Windsor, Ontario

I have over 20 years of experience working in English/French with individuals, couples, & groups to: improve relationships; find meaning depth & purpose in living; resolve painful memories & past trauma; quiet the mind; enhance coping skills; identify/assert boundaries.

Marco Milani, MA Psychology

Registered Counselor

Available for Online Therapy

I help clients who experience depressive symptoms, different types of anxiety, relational issues (e.g. dependence and co-dependence), problems with intimacy (emotional and sexual) and self-image. Moreover, I counsel people who deal with loss and loneliness, as well as

Nancy Praill, MSW,RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker

829 Ottawa St., Windsor, Ontario

Change and stress are inevitable. Being able to learn and grow through hardships can lead us to happiness. I work with people to help establish goals and choose from a variety of solutions to make counseling a life enhancing event.

Scott Fleming, M.NLP CBGF ACAD

Individual/Family Counselor- Professional Life Coach

I have over twenty years experience working with people of all ages with a variety of issues that Challenge them.. Most feel like their problems are complex and unsure whether they can be helped. Give me a free no obligation call and let's talk.

Jim Jeannette, MSW RSW

Clinical Social Worker

853 goyeau, Windsor, Ontario

I specialize in treating anxiety and depression from a strength based point of view. Together we can make positive changes. I have 37 plus years working with emergency services and trauma.

Lisa Allison, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

829 Ottawa Street, Windsor, Ontario

I provide individual and family therapy services for children, adolescents, and adults. Common goals include areas such as stress, depression, anxiety, family relationships, etc.

Judy Farrah, MSW, RSW, BA

Professional Registered Social Worker

E. Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

My 20 years of experience allow me to provide a full range of counselling services (phone, email and face-time) for those who are very busy or those who prefer the comfort of their own home.

Mary Kaye Lucier, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker

9869 Tecumseh Rd. East, Windsor, Ontario

I provide a safe, compassionate place to address your concerns. I will work with you to uncover your authentic self. I am skilled in: Trauma Incident Reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Therapy, Insight Awareness, Narrative Therapy, Professional Mento

Samantha Corriveau, M.S.W., R.S.W

Social Woker

547 Devonshire Road, Windsor, Ontario

The process of finding the right therapist simply comes down to relationship and an authentic connection. Together, we will create an environment that is safe for you to explore your past and create the future you have always hoped for.

Michelle Weglarz, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker (MSW)

829 Ottawa St. , Windsor, Ontario

I am an energetic and passionate therapist who has been in the Social Work profession for over 12 years. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help people with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, grief, and other life stressors.

Patrizia Zonta, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker

600 Tecumseh Rd. E. Suite 350, Windsor, Ontario

Do you want to make a change in your life and live in your moment? When we are strong mentally, mindful and aware, we can reach our potentials in life. I look forward to working with your strengths to meet your goals.

Wendy Limarzi, Hon B.A., MSW, RSW

Registered Therapist

700 Tecumseh Rd East, Suite 303, Windsor, Ontario

Wendy has extensive experience in couple’s counseling, as well as adult & children’s mental health. She is insight oriented, which is crucial in identifying the origin of your struggles. Her goal is empowering you with strategies to maintain your therapeutic gains.

Lindsay Laing, MA, RSW, RP, ICCAC, TITC-CT

Registered Social Worker, Registered Psychotherapist, Internationally Certified Clinical Addiction Counsellor, & Clinical Traumatologist

1346 Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario

Lindsay's style of counselling is flexible and incorporates several therapeutic approaches including CBT, solution-focused, and mindfulness-based therapy. By drawing on individual strengths, she works with her clients in striving towards meeting their unique goals.



Related Sites:
City of Windsor
Canadian Counselling Association

Therapy Windsor, ON

Detroit, Lasalle, Tecumseh, Essex, Lakeshore, Amherstburg, Lincoln Park

Consistent with other Eastern Canadian cities, Windsor has a high concentration of European-decent residents.  There are approximately 220,000 people who reside in the city and around 320,000 in the surrounding metropolitan area. The prominent religion here is Roman Catholic, followed by Protestant, Orthodox Christian, Muslims and other Christians.  The climate is fairly standard for the mid west—humid with four distinct seasons.  The coldest month is January with an average temperature of approximately 32 degrees Fahrenheit, and the warmest month being July with an average temperature around 81 degrees Fahrenheit.  There is also a lot of snowfall during the wintertime, which is great for winter sports.  If life doesn't seem to reciprocate the good will you've always had towards others, and you are left feeling empty and alone, counselling can assist you. Your therapist is empathetic to your situation and with effective counseling and therapy, can introduce a new schema into your life, bringing greater joy and purpose. The city does, however, receive less snowfall than other cities around the Great Lakes. The summers see a lot of thunderstorms.  There have been a few tornadoes, but it is uncommon due to the location of the city along the river and lakes, as they act as a natural deterrent.

Because of the high industrial areas in the area, Windsor has a lot of pollution.  Unfortunately, a lot of the air pollution comes from Detroit, with the wind carrying the polluted air right to the city.   This has also resulted in a higher concentration of illnesses in the area, such as thyroid cancer and respiratory problems.  The city’s government has tried to implement free transit during smog advisory days, which helped to reduce the smog that is floating around the area.  The high humidity of the area also does not help to clear the air.  Despite this, the city has numerous parks for recreational activities. Managing your temperament can be difficult, but with Christian counselling you will receive spiritual, emotional, and cognitive therapy to bring greater insight and clarity into your circumstances. You therapist can be a vital component of effective recovery, and the changes begin with qualified counseling. Specifically, there are around 180 parks, 40 miles of trails, such as bike and walking trails.  The largest park in the city is Mac Park, which is always thriving with activity, due to the soccer fields, baseball fields, playground, area for biking and to large water slides.

Mental Health in Windsor

The city of Windsor is located in the southwestern part of Ontario, with a population of almost 211,000 people living within its borders. It is an interesting and engaging area that frequently hosts different events and charities for the citizens of this area.2 There are many different education programs, schooling options, public libraries and other public places that are accessible to the people who live in these communities. In addition, there are a variety of healthcare options for people living here, especially those who suffer from mental illness.

Some major problems that this area has faced, in terms of mental illness and disabilities are eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, and anxiety among children. These are problems that can affect people throughout their entire lives, and they need to be treated properly�thankfully, this area has many institutions that can provide the necessary care. You can contact the BANA (Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association) at 519-969-2112 or the Maryvale Adolescent and Family Services (specializing in helping disturbed adolescents between ages 11 to 17 and their families) at 519-258-0484.3

Current Education

Education is necessary among a community in order for it to succeed and thrive in a healthy and happy way. This is something that the city of Windsor is very aware of, and as such it has provided many different options for learning.4 There are different options for children and students of all ages, as well as varying choices for adults who are looking to further their education and open up new career possibilities.


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017) . Windsor, ON. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windsor,_Ontario.
2. City of Windsor. (2017) . City of Windsor. Retrieved from http://www.citywindsor.ca/Pages/Home.aspx.
3. Windsor-Essex County Health Unit. (2016) . Community Resources For Mental Health. Retrieved from http://www.wechealthunit.org/workplace-health/initiatives/community-resources/community-resources-for-mental-health.
4. Windsor Faculty of Education. (2017) . Faculty of Education - University of Windsor. Retrieved from http://www1.uwindsor.ca/education/.

Windsor is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 146.38 square kilometers.  The population of Windsor is 217,188 people with 91,632 households . The population ranking for Windsor is #23 nationally and #10 for the province of Ontario with a density of 1483.80 people per sq km. Windsor therapists serve postal code: N8W.