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Search Results for Counsellors in Toronto, British Columbia

TherapyTribe is the go-to source for finding qualified and experienced therapists who treat mental health disorders in Toronto. Search our site for expert therapists and review profile pages to find a therapist who is just right for you. You can review their credentials and areas of expertise in our community of therapy specialists. The strategy to meet the challenge of mental health problems in Toronto is to promote the education of mental health and provide the right combination of supports, treatments, and services at mental health clinics.
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Annette Poizner, MSSW, Ed.D, RSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Handwriting analysis and projective personality assessment (analyzing dreams, drawings and stories I ask you to bring in) allow me to get to know you... fast. In two sessions I can come up with some pretty clear ideas about what you're all about and where we find your growth edge.

0.44 miles from
M5G 2L2

790 Bay St., Ste. 1038 Ontario M5G 1N8

t: 4162806442

w: www.annettepoizner.com

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Mio Yokoi, Counsellor/Therapist

Are you looking for greater self-awareness and understanding? Would you like to decrease stress and have more control over difficult feelings? Are you desiring more satisfying relationships?

The goal of good psychotherapy is change, and I can help you identify and work towards meeting your goals.

0.64 miles from
M5G 2L2

19 Mercer Street Toronto, Ontario M5V 3C6

t: 416-931-7110

w: Toronto Therapist, Mio Yokoi

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Todd Kaufman, B.F.A., MDiv., Clinical Member Ontario Society of Psychotherapists, Counsellor/Therapist

Unique, powerful, profound and effective. Together I work with my clients to design a strategy that overcomes problems, presents effective solutions, and moves your life to a place of happiness, contentment and success - quickly and effectively.
COMPLIMENTARY ONLINE INTRODUCTORY 20 MINUTE SESSION

0.7 miles from
M5G 2L2

55 Maitland St Toronto, Ontario M4Y1C9

t: 1-800-699-3396

w: GenesisSquared

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

Psychotherapy helps people step back, and examine their situation through the lens of an objective observer. Through this process, they begin to see islands of strength within themselves. As they examine these strengths, with a therapist's help, people begin to make gradual changes in their lives.

0.75 miles from
M5G 2L2

114 Maitland St., 3rd Floor (near Yonge & Wellesley subway station) Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1E1

t: (416) 939-6491

w: Dr. Muller's award-winning psychotherapy book

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Terri-Lynn Langdon, MSW, RSW, Therapist

People are always intending to move towards growth. Counselling can help you discover your strengths and talents. I'm an anti-oppressive feminist, queer positive, woman looking forward in assisting you with many of life’s challenges. I am a skilled system navigator.

0.81 miles from
M5G 2L2

204 Spadina Ave. 2nd Floor Toronto, Ontario M5T-2C2

t: 647-520-2558

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Lori Russell - Sightline Therapy

Psychotherapy is a collaborative process with your therapist whereby you are able to make sense of your feelings in the context of both your past and present circumstances. We will work together to think about how to reframe your experiences and how to effect change in your life.

1.14 miles from
M5G 2L2

60 Bloor St. W, Suite 1102 Toronto, Ontario M4W 3B8

t: 416-352-8806

w: www.sightlinetherapy.com

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Matt Cahill, Counsellor/Therapist

If you're reading this, you're probably looking for some assistance. I come to psychotherapy from a creative background but I know the sharp edges of the working world. I offer a flexible, individualized approach that focuses on you and your relationships with others. Affordable rates. Free consult.

1.18 miles from
M5G 2L2

103 Oxford Street lower level Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P4

t: 416.873.7828

w: Downtown Therapy - Matt Cahill

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Dr. Catherine Wood, B.Comm., M.A., Ph.D., Therapist

Being happy and living your dreams is a conscious focus of making the right choices and working through issues past and present that result in maximum joy and fulfillment, which is unique to each person. Knowing your inner truth, and being courageous to live fully, is the place where magic happens.

1.21 miles from
M5G 2L2

Toronto, Ontario, Canada Bay and Bloor intersections Toronto, Ontario M5R 1A3

t: 416.926.7216

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Cindy Ha, Counsellor/Therapist

My passion and areas of expertise resides in the realm of human growth, emotional health, and happiness. I offer a free 15-minute consultation, allowing you to meet with me in person and to have your questions answered. It can be an opportunity for you to clarify your needs and goals.

1.3 miles from
M5G 2L2

14 Prince Arthur Avenue Toronto, Ontario M5R1A9

t: (416) 805-2078

w: Pathway-Therapy

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Kara Garcia, M.S.W., R.S.W., Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Toronto's motto is "Diversity Our Strength."
It is my pleasure to assist Toronto's diverse population in recognizing their own strengths, and making sense of the many ways stress and trauma can impact their lives.

1.38 miles from
M5G 2L2

36 Madison Avenue Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R7

t: 647-704-6954

w: www.karagarcia.com

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According to the Canadian Mental Health Commission, one in five people experience mental health issues in any given year, including major cities like Toronto. Most suffer from anxiety, depression, and addiction. In addition, up to 70 percent of young adults living in Canada with mental health problems report that they experienced symptoms in childhood.

At TherapyTribe, you’ll find a wide array of therapists, including types, specialties, and treatment methods used. Once you’ve found a potential therapist, be sure to consider some important elements. Do you prefer a male therapist? Perhaps you’d feel more comfortable with a therapist who has a similar cultural background as yours.

It’s also convenient to choose a therapist who lives near your residence. At TherapyTribe, we make it easy to find a therapist with all the elements that matter to you. Once you’ve selected one, be sure that they accept your health insurance plan. You’ll find many Toronto therapists and mental health centers accept most health plans.

Whether it’s depression, addiction, anxiety, or another mental health disorder, it’s important that treatment is timely. Postponing help may only make the condition worse. There are many types of depression, including psychotic, clinical, postpartum, atypical, and dysthymic. Each has its own unique causes, symptoms, and effects. Once a trained therapist properly diagnoses you, the most effective treatment plan can be implemented to manage symptoms. Treatment modalities vary and may include antidepressants, psychotherapy, or biofeedback. With proper treatment, the prognosis is good.

Both drug and alcohol addictions are complicated and require specific treatment. Without proper treatment and support, recovery is difficult and often people relapse. There are many good rehab centers in Toronto that provide detox treatment, with certified counselors and education for healthy living. With a certified therapist, addicts can explore the root causes of the addiction and effective strategies for getting and staying clean. There are also upscale rehab centers in Toronto that offer equine therapy, massage therapy, private rooms with flat-panel TVs, and swimming pools.

While we may all feel a bit anxious from time to time, those with anxiety disorders find it hard to participate in normal, daily activities like socializing, working, or going to school. With effective treatment, the fears and worries associated with anxiety disorders can be properly managed. Common treatment plans include psychotherapy, desensitization, or anti-anxiety medications. Some treatment plans may include a combination of therapy and medications.

Mental illness is an affliction that can happen to anyone. It doesn’t have any socioeconomic, cultural, gender, or age boundaries. With the right diagnosis and treatment plan, most people are able to regain a happy and successful life.