Forgiveness therapists in North York, Ontario ON, Canada CA
Registered Psychotherapist, RP (Qualifying)/Intern Therapist
Forgiveness is a profound and transformative process, and my service specializes in guiding individuals through this journey. I offer a supportive and non-judgmental space where individuals can explore the complexities of forgiveness. Through tailored approaches that may include cognitive reframing, emotional healing, and acceptance, I help clients navigate the challenging path toward letting go of resentment and pain. My goal is to empower individuals to release the emotional burden, fostering inner peace and promoting personal growth. Together, we explore forgiveness as a path to liberation, allowing individuals to move forward with a renewed sense of freedom and a lighter heart.
0 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, M.Div in Clinical Counselling
Forgiveness is the process of letting go of resentment or anger towards someone who has caused harm or hurt. It is a decision to release negative feelings and to move on from the pain caused by the actions of another person. Forgiveness is not about forgetting what happened or denying the harm that was caused, but rather it is about accepting that the event happened and choosing to let go of feelings of anger and resentment. Forgiveness can be difficult, but it can also be a powerful tool for healing and personal growth. It can help to improve relationships, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve overall well-being. While it may not always be easy, forgiveness can be an important step towards finding peace and moving forward in life.
3 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, CYW,MTS,RP
When we choose not to forgive we hurt ourselves more that the other person. They have gone on with their lives, but you are left stuck and bitter. Do you find that the bitterness is consuming you? Call me for a fifteen min consultation.
12 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, RP(Qualifying), MA
Forgiveness is the process of letting go of negative feelings, such as anger and resentment, towards someone who has wronged you. It does not mean that you have to forget what happened or that you have to reconcile with the person who hurt you. Instead, forgiveness is about finding a way to move forward and let go of the negative emotions that can hold you back. Forgiveness can be difficult, but it can also be a powerful and healing process. It can help to reduce stress and improve relationships. There are various steps you can take to work towards forgiveness: Acknowledge and validate your feelings: It's important to recognize and accept your feelings of hurt, anger, and resentment. Reflect on the situation: Consider the circumstances surrounding the event and try to understand the perspective of the other person. Make a decision to forgive: Forgiveness is a choice and requires a conscious effort. Practice self-compassion: Treat yourself with kindness and understanding as you work through the process of forgiveness. Communicate your feelings: If appropriate, consider talking to the person who hurt you about your feelings and the impact of their actions. Remember, forgiveness is a personal process and may take time. It's important to be patient and kind to yourself as you work towards forgiveness. If you need help with the process of forgiveness, consider seeking support from a mental health professional.
1 Years Experience
Sometimes bad things happen to nice people. We can find ourselves stuck as a result of these situations and it can be difficult to move forward or even see anything else. Our perspective can become distorted by the perceived "boulder in the middle of the road". Holding these negative emotions on a regular basis inside our bodies can even make us physical ill. If you are finding yourself dealing with this challenge, consider that hypnosis is an excellent tool you can use to reach the crux of the problem and allow you to move forward.
5 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, M.A., R.P.
We all hear forgiveness is important and done for the sake of oneself. However we can’t skip to the last stage without working through what needs to be healed anger sadness grief all of those things that have caused the issue need to be addressed.
26 Years Experience
Counsellor/Therapist, RP (Qualifying)
I am dedicated to helping individuals develop a strong a sense of self and a powerful voice. I provide a safe, non-judgmental, and therapeutic space where you can begin to heal. I will help you to recognize and work through negative thoughts and behaviours that are preventing you from living the life you want to lead and the life you are deserving of.
6 Years Experience
Forgiving someone can be a difficult experience. However, once we forgive, we allow ourselves to feel a sense of freedom. Our clinicians will work with you to understand your situation and work with you towards forgiveness and developing empathy for yourself.
9 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, Masters in Psychology
Using IFS parts therapy and EMDR
15 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, MEd, RP, CCC, RPE
Forgiveness of self and others is really everything. This is not to say one is condoning the bad behaviour. Forgiveness and the path toward it can be the most transformative healing journey that can literally save a person's life.
31 Years Experience