Relationship and Marriage Counseling therapists in Barrie, Ontario ON, Canada CA

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Barrie, Ontario therapist: Reflection Centre, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Reflection Centre

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, MSW, RSW, RSSW
At Reflection Centre, we understand that relationships can be complex and challenging. Our team of experienced therapists is trained in Imago and Gottman methods, which are evidence-based approaches that help couples improve communication, deepen connection, and strengthen their relationship. We offer relationship and marriage counseling for all types of couples, including those in traditional and non-traditional relationships, as well as blended families. Whether you are struggling with communication, intimacy, infidelity, or other issues, our therapists can help you work through your challenges and build a stronger, healthier relationship.  
31 Years Experience
In-Person in Barrie, ON L4M 1A6
Online in Barrie, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Sarah Glinski, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Sarah Glinski

Registered Psychotherapist, RP (Qualifying)
We all want to be loved and feel connected to our partners. The reality is that relationships are nuanced and complicated and can often touch on our deepest wounds and insecurities. Couples therapy is a wonderful tool to aid in building a healthy and fulfilling relationship. We will work to identify helpful and harmful patterns, create space for open and honest communication, and learn how to love one another more effectively. In couples therapy your relationship is at the centre and together we will work to strengthen and maintain your connection. Please contact me for a free consultation to determine if I am the right fit for you.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Barrie, ON
Online in Barrie, Ontario
Newmarket, Ontario therapist: Svetlana Levinta, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Svetlana Levinta

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, MEd
Most people turn to therapy during a major transition, a difficult period, or if one (or more) of their members are experiencing emotional or mental health problems. Relational psychotherapy looks at how your background and previous experiences are causing you to relate to others in destructive ways that leave you feeling worse off than before. This approach allows you to recognize the role relationships play in shaping your daily experiences in an attempt to help you understand and manage your thought patterns, as well as the feelings you have about yourself. I encourage seeking counselling if you and your family are in one of the following situations: Divorce Domestic Violence Infidelity Parent Conflict A traumatic or unexpected loss of a family memberm A major change that impacts you or the entire family (i.e., natural disaster, incarceration of a family member, or relocation to a new home) When a member abuses substances, has mental health issues, is or was bullied, and more.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person Near Barrie, ON
Online in Barrie, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Michelle C. Koehler, RSW & Psychotherapist, registered social worker
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Michelle C. Koehler, RSW & Psychotherapist

Registered Social Worker, MA, RSW & Psychotherapist
Relationship are our best teachers. I assist my clients with releasing hurts, judgments, misunderstandings, and misidentifications that have manifested as limiting patterns to Heal patterns in order to show up in relationships as joyful, authentic, poised and in the highest version of themselves.  
24 Years Experience
Online in Barrie, Ontario
Sunderland, Ontario therapist: Natasha Wakefield, RP, Matatoa Counselling Services, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Natasha Wakefield, RP, Matatoa Counselling Services

Registered Psychotherapist, Master of Human Development Counselling
Love is of paramount importance in our lives. Because it matters so much, it feels so scary when we feel disconnected from our loved ones. Well functioning people literally go into fight or flight-and we can be scary when we are scared (-Brene Brown). The problem is, the more we attack (fight-criticize, blame, even nag) or move away from those that matter the most to us, the more we scare them. The more they are scared, the more they respond out of fear, and fight or disconnect, and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. I will help you change the way you reach for one another, calm the disconnection, and find your way back to security.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person Near Barrie, ON
Online in Barrie, Ontario