Find support through one-on-one talk therapy to help you survive and thrive in an often challenging world.
Your therapist is committed to helping you work through your challenges.
You will have the opportunity and space to address your anxiety, depression, grief & loss, and mindfulness needs.
Psychotherapy, often called talk-therapy, offers you the opportunity to work through a number of problems you may be experiencing.
You will be provided with a safe and compassionate place as you heal and grow.
Your therapist is registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
Sliding scale rates and flexible appointment times are available.
*Please ask if available times do not fit your schedule.
Providing Counselling and Support for:
Stress & Anxiety
When one is experiencing anxiety, one’s thoughts, feelings, and
Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
Grief is a natural response to any loss or significant change. Throughout the span of an individuals life, some of these losses may be more painful and difficult to manage than others. Grief, of any kind, can involve complicated emotions which need to be explored and moved through in order to allow the person to integrate the old with the new. When Grief and Loss become overwhelming, it is important to tend to these feelings with the support of trusted friends and professionals
There are a number of reasons an individual may suffer from feelings of sadness or depression. Some of these circumstances are temporary and will pass on their own. Sometimes, however, low moods and depressive thoughts and feelings become problematic as they present significant challenges in a person’s life and interfere with their ability to function. Finding the right support from friends, family, and professionals can be crucial in overcoming depressive episodes.
Mindful awareness of thoughts, emotions, and experiences can be an effective approach to working through challenging circumstances. Learning practical tools and personal applications of these strategies in daily life can be integral in finding and maintaining internal balance.
Every given day a teacher is responsible for the academic, social, emotional, and physical development and well-being of their students. In addition, administrative and
For a number of reasons, developing years can be a difficult time for many young people. Bullying, body image, peer groups, academics, emotional and physical changes, family issues, sexual identity, are just some examples of the challenges young people today might be experiencing. While parents, teachers, and friends all serve key functions in a youth’s development, access to professional support can offer the young person a safe space to explore confusing or difficult thoughts and feelings.
Practicing regular self-compassion can be what you need to get out of the rut and onto the path to fulfilling your true potential.
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