Online Loss or Grief therapists in Ontario, Canada CA

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Ontario, Canada

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Guelph, Ontario therapist: Richard Avery, registered social worker
Loss or Grief

Richard Avery

Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW
Each person’s grief is a unique and personal experience. Grief is not something that needs fixing, but through bearing witness to your emotions and pain, we can work together to help incorporate your grief into your life in a healthy and understanding way. Your grief journey is about where you are, and about how you feel, and cannot be about another’s agenda or timeline. Experiencing grief can be a very isolating path to walk. Let’s begin that walk together to bring some vibrance back into your life.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Guelph, ON N1H 4G2
Online in Ontario
Thornhill, Ontario therapist: Young Sprouts Therapy, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Young Sprouts Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapist
Our grief counseling helps young clients process and cope with loss. We offer a supportive environment to explore their feelings and find healthy ways to remember and honour their loved ones.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Thornhill, ON L4J 3M6
Online in Ontario
St. Catharines, Ontario therapist: Stacey Stemplowski, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Stacey Stemplowski

Registered Psychotherapist, BA, RP, CCPA, OAMHP
Processing the emotions of loss and grief - honouring the experience and supporting the pathway.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person in Hamilton, ON
Online in Ontario
Edmonton, Alberta therapist: Suzan Erritzoe, Being One Counselling & Coaching, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Suzan Erritzoe, Being One Counselling & Coaching

Counsellor/Therapist, Transpersonal Counsellor DK
Loss and grief, whether it's loss of a loved one, loss of functionallity or other life transitioning phases we go through, can open us deeply into life's deeper meaning if we don't close to the pain, but let it show us into depth in us that we were otherwise perhaps not in touch with -It has the potential of showing us a completely new perspective - and can be full of grace and bring so much newness, if we let let it...  
24 Years Experience
Waterloo, Ontario therapist: Jonathan Snowball, Anxiety and Depression Psychotherapist, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Jonathan Snowball, Anxiety and Depression Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, MA, MDiv
At some point in life, most people will experience loss and the grief that comes with it. Along with the grief will be feelings, varying from deep sadness to anger. Adapting to loss is different for each person and often depends on one’s relationship to what was lost.  
5 Years Experience
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Stacy Kirkbride - Turnpage Counselling & Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Stacy Kirkbride - Turnpage Counselling & Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist
There is no one way to grieve, but rather it is a process that is as individual as the person we have lost. As a Registered Psychotherapist and Recreation Therapist, I specialize in supporting individuals experiencing loss, grief, and complicated/complex grief, using a narrative approach that helps with integrating the loss, as well as techniques to assist with associated depression, anxiety, and sense of self.  
3 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Joshua Lewis, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Joshua Lewis

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, CT
To lose and mourn those we love and care for is one of the fundamental givens of these human lives we lead. Grief is like an ocean tide: the ebb and flow - an ongoing, non-linear process that involves many phases of feeling, remembering and making meaning from these experiences. Therapy can provide a space to grapple with the both the immediate and life-long experience of grief as well as with the existential anxiety that can result when we confront death as a universal truth.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
In-Person in Charlottetown, PE
Ottawa, Ontario therapist: Melanie Fuller, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Melanie Fuller

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
While our minds and bodies function to protect us, our survival strategies may not always produce long-term outcomes which suit how one prefers their life to look. Chronic experiences of the four f's (fight, flight, freeze, fawn) can knock one off balance to their valued, preferred way of living. In therapy, I will integrate my personal and professional training in DBT, to collaborate and form a treatment plan with you that aligns with your values and preferred story, to facilitate the life worth living that you deserve.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Ottawa, ON K2B 8H6
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Rhoda Lalog, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Rhoda Lalog

Counsellor/Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist, Qualifying
Loss due to any big or small change is a natural part of life. Grief is a natural emotion that accompanies any type of loss - loved ones, culture, relationships, health-related. Grief will come in waves. Learn to be with grief differently each time it comes as you move through the healing journey.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M1H 3C3
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Caroline Boutefeu, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Caroline Boutefeu

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Healing from grief and loss is a journey that's both deeply personal and universally human. It involves navigating through a sea of emotions, from sadness and anger to acceptance and, eventually, peace. It's important to remember that there's no right or wrong way to grieve, and the process isn't linear. Your feelings are a natural part of the process of grieving. In therapy, we can explore any existential concerns find new meaning and direction in the midst of loss. Additionally we can work towards finding tools that you need to cope, heal, and ultimately integrate the experience of loss into your life. You are not alone in this and I'm here to support you whenever you're ready.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5V 1X9
Online in Ontario
Hamilton, Ontario therapist: Satvinder Khurme, registered social worker
Loss or Grief

Satvinder Khurme

Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW
Death is a natural event, but death of a loved one is a loss, separation, divorce, break-ups are also type of loss, everyone reacts differently to their loss. Grief is a feeling after a significant loss and therapy helps to develop coping skills to overcome the grief and move forward.  
26 Years Experience
In-Person in Hamilton, ON L8P 4W7
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Jess Erb, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Jess Erb

Registered Psychotherapist, DPsychotherapy
Loss can be at the core of many personal problems, and working through grief with a professional can be one of the biggest steps towards healing. I have worked with many clients facing loss and together we work towards exploring what has been loss and the complicated emotions that are often associated with this.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5H 1P9
Online in Ontario
Richmond Hill, Ontario therapist: Dr. Tali Shenfield, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Dr. Tali Shenfield

Psychologist, PhD, C.Psych.
Our team has developed extensive expertise in managing and treating various mental disorders and conditions. We understand that living with a mental health condition can present significant challenges, affecting every aspect of your life, from interpersonal relationships and work performance to overall self-esteem and wellbeing. These challenges can often lead to feelings of confusion, frustration, and sometimes feelings of despair. Our mental health services play a crucial role in providing the necessary support, empathy, and therapeutic interventions required to navigate these conditions. We utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches tailored to each individual's unique needs, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), mindfulness techniques, and other evidence-based interventions. Our treatments aim to help you understand the nature of your condition, manage your symptoms, develop healthier coping mechanisms, improve your interpersonal relationships, and enhance your overall quality of life. Our aim is to help you navigate life with a mental health condition, not just manage, but truly thrive. We believe that everyone deserves the chance to live their best life, and we're committed to helping you overcome the challenges posed by your condition and achieve your full potential. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you and help you navigate your journey with a mental health condition. Remember, you're not alone; we're here to guide you every step of the way.  
20 Years Experience
In-Person in Markham, ON L3T 7V9
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Bridges Clinical Hypnotherapy Services, hypnotherapist
Loss or Grief

Bridges Clinical Hypnotherapy Services

Hypnotherapist
Whether it's the loss or terminal sickness of a loved one or a forced change of life circumstances, adapting to the new normal can be incredibly difficult and even isolating. Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behavior. It is a normal and natural emotional reaction to loss or change of any kind. Grief is neither a pathological condition nor a personality disorder, but when undergoing the various stages grief encompasses, you may feel as if you are not the same person you once were. You may find yourself bewildered with next steps or just barely coping with all of the various feelings grief produces. As you navigate through the various stages of grief, it's easy to become "stuck". If you find this happening to you, hypnosis can be a safe and natural alternative to assist you with overcoming these barriers.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4P 1G8
In-Person in Whitby, ON
Online in Ontario
Brampton, Ontario therapist: Namrta Mohan, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Namrta Mohan

Registered Psychotherapist, M.Sc Psychology, RP, Clinical Traumatologist
Loss is a loss, be it of a loved one, a pet or a dream. Loss is never easy to bear. It leaves us with lifetime of trauma and grief. Sometimes we are unsure if we have the capacity to experience and process grief or not. It is very important for your wellness, to process grief is a timely manner and in safe space.  
17 Years Experience
In-Person in Brampton, ON L6P 0B7
Online in Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Florence MacGregor, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Florence MacGregor

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying), MFA, MPS, Embodiment Coach
Grieving is a natural process in life. Complicated grief however can disrupt your sleep, work and relationships in ways that are profoundly challenging to identity. Be not dismayed. The path has been travelled many times. If you are suffering a tragic loss or life transition like a job loss or a marriage, grieving can support the process in developing a new life moving forward.  
14 Years Experience
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Collaborative Care Therapy, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Collaborative Care Therapy

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Social Workers and Psychotherapists
Grief is a deeply personal and often complex process that can encompass a wide range of emotions and experiences. At Collaborative Care Therapy, we offer a compassionate, integrative, and relational approach to grief therapy, recognizing that each person's journey through grief is unique. In our therapy sessions, we provide a safe and empathetic environment for individuals to express and process their feelings of loss. We understand that grief can arise from various forms of loss - not just the death of a loved one, but also the loss of relationships, health, dreams, or identity. Our approach is trauma-informed, acknowledging that grief can sometimes trigger or intertwine with past traumas and emotional wounds. Our therapists utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques to support you through your grief journey. This includes narrative therapy, which helps in reauthoring one’s life story in the wake of loss, and cognitive-behavioral therapy to address challenging thought patterns that may arise during grieving. We also incorporate mindfulness practices to help manage the intensity of emotions and foster a gentle self-awareness during this difficult time. Our goal at Collaborative Care Therapy is to support you in navigating the grieving process in a way that honors your loss and the range of emotions you may be experiencing. We work collaboratively with you to find a path forward that respects your individual process, helping you to integrate the experience of loss into your life in a meaningful way. Through our virtual therapy sessions, we offer the comfort and convenience of connecting with you wherever you are, providing a consistent source of support as you move through the stages of grief. With Collaborative Care Therapy, you’re not alone in your journey through grief; we are here to walk alongside you, offering guidance, understanding, and hope for healing.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
In-Person in Guelph, ON
Online in Ontario
Ottawa, Ontario therapist: Beyond Talk Psychotherapy, licensed psychoanalyst
Loss or Grief

Beyond Talk Psychotherapy

Licensed Psychoanalyst, RP, CAT, CCC, ATPQ, ACNN
Loss or Grief will be primarily explored through talk therapy. The sessions will focus on talking about emotions and discussing their loss. A narrative approach will be used to explore their perspective of grief.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Ontario, Quebec
Toronto, Ontario therapist: MindfulWe Holistic Psychotherapy & Counselling Services, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

MindfulWe Holistic Psychotherapy & Counselling Services

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP, IMD (candidate)
Loss and death is a natural part of our existence. All the emotions that usually come on board are also normal. Holding space for people to do this natural work and move through their emotions is a privilege.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
In-Person in Brampton, ON
Online in Ontario
Ankara, Ankara therapist: Dr. Nilgun Turkcan Ataoglu, BCT, RDT, licensed mental health counselor
Loss or Grief

Dr. Nilgun Turkcan Ataoglu, BCT, RDT

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, Licensed & Registered Creative Arts Therapist
Creative Arts Therapy is a powerful specialty which provides us to express our subconscious, especially our traumas in a safe and easy way. That's the reason why on loss or grief issues, CAT is very effective and gives great results.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in Ankara, Turkey
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Turkey, Ontario

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