Couples therapists in Toronto, Ontario.

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Couples Counselor

Ken Walton, M.Ed. - B.A.

Registered Psychotherapist

211 Danforth Ave., Toronto, ON M4K 1N2

This therapy specializes in couples counseling. We will specifically address your issues, and help you both grow in your relationship, and as individuals. It is an amazing step to reach out for help, and we will work together to let go of the contention, and confrontation. Your lives will transform into mutual understanding and growth. I offer a free consultation, as finding the right therapist is really important. I look forward to helping you move past this difficult time. 416-659-1617

Couples Counselor

Victoria Lorient-Faibish, RP, MEd, CCC, BCPP, RPE

Registered Psychotherapist, Holistic Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor

14 Prince Arthur Avenue Suite 209, Toronto, ON M5R 1A9

When a couple is in trouble, the act of seeking out a counsellor has to be motivated by the desire to stay together through hard work. Therapy is not for those who need it but for those who want it. This is even more true when it comes to working with couples. The journey is one of finding once more what brought them together in the first place. We work with forgiveness and building trust. We find ways for the couple to once again feel a sense of warmth and compassion as we break down the walls of resentment. We look at what is triggering the couple to fight. We go through the anatomy of a common and repetitive fight. i also teach the couple some body centered techniques.

Couples Counselor

Carol Musselman, Ph.D., C. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

455 Spadina Ave. (at College), Suite 302B, Toronto, ON M5T 3K7

Couples may encounter difficulties in relationship because of differences in their families of origin, underyling personal issues or differences in goals and expectations. Counseling will help couples understand what triggers conflict in their relationship and learn more effective strategies of resolving difficulties in a way that satisfies both individuals and strengthens their bond.

Couples Counselor

Mary Fulford-Winsor, Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist-Individuals and Couples/Marriage Counselling

120 Carlton Suite 413 (Cabbagetown/Downtown area), Toronto, ON M5A 4K2

So much of what life hands us can cause us to feel isolated and lonely: our partnership/marriage shouldn't. Using the framework of EFT Couples Therapy and analysis in psychodynamic psychotherapy, we will be looking at cycles that occur in your partnership and explore why they have been happening particularly in your relationship. You will learn how to communicate your needs and wants in new ways. You will begin to feel heard, understood, supported and supporting and learn how to communicate feelings and thoughts, whether they be difficult or tender, in new ways. This process will unfold quickly and the results will be lasting and palpable. Being together shouldn't mean having to go it alone.

Couples Counselor

Allan Findlay, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Certified EFT Couple and Family Therapist

110 Eglinton Ave W. Suite 303E, Toronto, ON M4R 1A3

Couple problems begin when you experience an absence of positive intimate interactions: a knowing smile, an affectionate wink, making the other laugh, a gentle touch or unexpected hug. You start to feel like you are in a room mate relationship. If you are like most couples, as a man, you will tend to experience this by feeling rejected, inadequate, or like a failure. As a woman, you will tend to experience this as feeling abandoned, alone and disconnected. Many couples come for couples therapy long after emotional responsiveness has decreased and when affection is in short supply. I am an EFT Couples Therapist with 30 years of experience helping couples who don't wait until it is too late.

Couples Counselor

Ingrid Dresher, RP

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Within Driving Distance of Toronto, ON

My approach is to help people recognize that relationships are two-sided and understand how each individual contributes to the couple’s dynamic. With that understanding, we work toward reaching a win-win situation, aiming to restore the satisfaction of the relationship. Together, we create a safe space for you to grow past the areas of “stuckness” -- that is, the old patterns that are learned when we are young and are brought to our current relationships. This is true for all of us. Therapy enables us to form new and healthy attachment patterns that are nourishing and nurturing, providing opportunities for new growth and satisfaction.

Couples Counselor

Erica Berman, PhD, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

324 Bloor St. West, 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M5S 1W5

I work with both heterosexual and same-sex couples dealing with infertility, communication problems, and trust and intimacy issues. I also help couples using assisted reproductive technologies (ART) with decision making about their family building strategies. Whether or not a couple is facing a life crisis, such as infertility, communication problems often cause the relationship to break down. Often learning new ways to manage conflict can allow couples to reconnect. I try to offer couples opportunities for discovery and experience in session, as well as giving them the tools to rebuild intimacy and trust independently.

Couples Counselor

Tammy Laber, MA, MACP, OACCPP, RP

Coach and Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist

Pape and Danforth, Toronto, ON M4J 1C3

Are you unhappy in your relationship? Would you like to learn how to treasure each other again? There are many ways to improve things between you and restore caring, IF you are both committed to the outcome. I believe in the work of Harville Hendrix and also in the value of agreeing to disagree sometimes, and to work around it. Forgiveness is a gift to ourselves as well as to our loved ones. Let's get started -- the sooner the better for the health of your relationship.

Couples Counselor

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

Masters in Counselling Psychology

1504 Yonge St. 3rd floor, Toronto, ON M4T 1Z6

When going through couples counselling, individuals need to feel grounded and safe. Rules and codes of behaviour need to be clearly established so that couples can do the work that is necessary in the relationship. Couples counselling allows both parties to express themselves in front of another person to make sure they are heard in a clear and respectful manner.It ensures that each individual listens to their partner. Ultimately, we need to understand ourselves, our own needs and values as well as our reactions to our partners' in order to make sense of the dynamics that occur in our intimate relationships.When goals are clearly established, we can work toward them in a constructive manner.

Couples Counselor

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

Clinical Psychologist

114 Maitland Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 1E1

In the downtown Toronto area, people come to see me for help with marital and couples-related conflicts. I am very comfortable helping couples who are in straight, gay, or lesbian relationships. Conflicts often come up between partners in relation to difficulties with intimacy, conflicts surrounding extended family members, and disagreements around family goals and priorities.

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