Psychotherapists in Stittsville ON. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Stittsville, Ontario.


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Psychotherapist

Hilary MacKenzie, B.A., M.S.W., R.S.W.

Registered Social Worker

1528 Stittsville Main St,, Stittsville, ON

Psychotherapy is the treatment of mental & emotional disorders through the use of psychological techniques. The goal is to help clients to gain insight into their problems, to become self-aware, & to change their thoughts & behaviour in order to increase their sense of well-being, & to better manage distress. Psychotherapy is client centred. You, the client, choose your goals & the changes you want to make in your life. As your therapist, I will guide you in your journey, helping you to see your options, communicate your needs clearly, and make changes in your life.

Psychotherapist

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Therapist and Consultant

Online Therapist / Coach

People often come to therapy to get rid of painful and difficult feelings. Rather than getting rid of our feelings, therapy is a skilled process of helping us understand ourselves so we can use our feelings to navigate our lives. Even the very painful feelings hold vital information for us to become sure-footed in our life. Just like in martial arts, we use the momentum of the attacker and redirect it to ensure our safety ; in therapy we use the information from the painful feelings to clarify what we need to create more safety in our lives so we can thrive. It is a valuable process of allowing our feelings to work for us to create satisfying joyful lives.

Psychotherapist

Gerald Joy, RSW, RMFT, CD

Clinical Social Worker and RMFT

Within Driving Distance of Stittsville, ON

Psychotherapy is most successful when the individual enters therapy on their own and has a strong desire to change. If you don’t want to change, change will be slow in coming. Change means altering those aspects of your life that aren’t working for you any longer, or are contributing to your problems or ongoing issues. It is also best to keep an open mind while in psychotherapy, and be willing to try out new things that ordinarily you may not do. Psychotherapy is often about challenging one’s existing set of beliefs and often, one’s very self. It is most successful when a person is able and willing to try to do this in a safe and supportive environment.

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