Jennifer Pinto, MSW, RSW

Jennifer Pinto View Specialties

  • Social Worker and Psychotherapist
  • 320 Danforth Ave, Suite 206, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1N8
  • Phone: 647-214-2512
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  • Session Fees: Individual Sessions (adult & children) - $140. Family Sessions - $160. Couple Session - $175

I am a Registered Social Worker (RSW) and Psychotherapist providing child, youth, individual and family counselling services in Toronto since 2010. I have a Masters of Social Work (MSW) degree from University of Toronto. I provide a safe, respectful and confidential space for you or a loved one to explore the problems and difficulties that bring you to therapy. I strive above all else to be an active listener, caring, empathic and non-judgemental in my conversations with clients.I draw primarily on Narrative Therapy, Brief Solution Focus, Mindfulness practices, and Expressive Arts/Play activities (children and pre-teens). I work together with you, so you can feel heard, understood and ultimately empowered to cope with the issues that brought you to counselling. My job is to help uncover, or shine a light on what exists beyond the "problem" story- what knowledges,  skills, values, dreams and hopes do you or a loved one has? Who are you, as a whole? A Narrative approach proposes that we are not our problems - "The problem is the problem". When we start to see ourselves or loved ones as separate from the problem, we start to take steps to address the situation, see it from a different perspective and acknowledge the other parts of our lives and self that are worthy and important.  I also weave Mindfulness principles in my conversations with clients. Mindfulness is about maintaining a moment by moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, body sensations and surrounding environment. It is about recognizing that a great deal of our pain and suffering comes from wanting things to be a certain way - the "shoulds" and "oughts" that typically permeate our thinking - and not accepting life and situations as they are. This does not mean that we need to like the situation or not take steps to change whatever problem that brings pain and suffering. By practicing acceptance and letting go of the things we cannot change, we actually become more free and open to take steps to act in accordance with our true values and intentions. The simple practice of noticing the breath, for example can help reduce stress and anxiety in the moment but also train the mind to be less reactive in future moments of stress and discomfort.  For more information please visit  

Jennifer Pinto Reaches

Toronto ON