The Find a Therapist feature is a tool for searching for the therapist best suited to you. All of the therapists have prepared short summaries of themselves, appearing next to their photo. If you wish to find out more, click on the therapist’s photo. You will be taken to the therapist’s in-depth profile, which more broadly describes the therapist, how he or she works, and shows information on the therapist’s location, availability, and fees.

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Toronto Psychotherapy - Olga Van Kranendonk

Olga Van Kranendonk
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BMus

I am an experienced and caring therapist, working with individuals on a range of issues, from anxiety, addiction and aging to trauma, loss, parenting and relationship problems. Together, through conversation and careful listening, we will find a way to explore you and your world, finding the meaning in the tough areas that need attention.

Toronto Psychotherapists - Melinda Upshur

Melinda Upshur
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

Open a world of possibilities for yourself.
Entering therapy is an invitation to a deeper connection with yourself, with others and the world. As your therapist, I will provide a supportive place for you to be seen, heard and understood in a new and healing way.
I welcome you to begin.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Jenny Norush

Jenny Norush
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

Early life experiences can shape the way we feel about ourselves, and influence our way of being in the world. To get through difficult times, we put strategies in place. While these may be helpful at the time, they can long outlive their usefulness. Together, we will work towards bringing awareness to the issues that have been standing in the way of your living a fuller life.

Linden Ramdeholl - Toronto Psychotherapist

Linden Ramdeholl
Registered Psychotherapist


If you find yourself dissatisfied with your life or merely going through the motions of living, you may benefit from psychotherapy. A strong therapeutic alliance can help anchor you and prevent you from sliding toward impulsive tendencies or repetitive behaviours. A confidential therapeutic situation can help contain feelings of shame, guilt, or grief, and address low self-esteem that is compounded by self-destructive thoughts or behaviours.

Marco Fiorante
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl

Welcome to your life—you’re on a search that will bring you back to you. The journey towards self-awareness can be difficult and painful, but it’s worth it. I offer compassionate support for the courageous effort it takes to explore the depths of self.

Sharon Bedard
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA, B.Ed

There is always more to a person than what he/she can be immediately aware of or put into words. By speaking out loud to another person, or by taking the time to pause and sit quietly for a few moments, we hear thoughts or feel sensations that are unavailable to us in the busy day-to-day of our lives.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Sarah Byck

Sarah Byck
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

You may be struggling with feelings of sadness, hopelessness, anxiety, anger, or have problems forming and maintaining relationships. There may be a specific issue you’re grappling with, or you may simply have a sense that something about the way you’re living is not right. You may have felt this for a while. Therapy can help you explore the patterns of your behavior so you can begin to live a more authentic and fulfilling life.

Sally Wright
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

Psychotherapy can help you come to understand the story of your life. Once you have understanding, you can be more compassionate toward yourself. You can discover new strategies that help you manage your life more effectively. This is your life. Psychodynamic psychotherapy will help you make the most of it.

Uliyana Markova
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, MSc

Good psychotherapy alleviates emotional pain, awakens the mind, enlivens the body, and opens the heart to love and creativity. It is a process that both calms and excites. Therapy allies you with a knowledgeable professional who is on your side. I work with both individuals and couples.

Leah Lucas
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP

Many clients entering therapy wonder, “How can only talking help me?” The increased sense of well-being we gain in therapy is more than just a worded experience. Current research in neurobiology validates the effectiveness of talk therapy, in which the therapeutic conversation creates “limbic resonance.” When you sit with a calm, knowledgeable, experienced psychotherapist you are neurologically regulating mind and mood.

Lee Kraemer
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

Conversations with an experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate psychotherapist can be helpful when dealing with stress, a crisis, conflicts, loss, and emotional turmoil. In the safety of therapy, the situation can be explored and new ways found to deal with the challenges. I work with individuals and couples on a wide range of personal issues and relationship conflicts.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Deborah Odell

Deborah Odell
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, HonBA

The most powerful agent of deep and lasting change is emotional insight. Through compassionate and attuned listening, as your therapist I will assist in facilitating these insights in you – so that you may begin to understand, and adjust, ways of being that may be affecting your ability to create healthy relationships and to feel fulfilled in your life.

Toronto Psychotherapy - Barry Olshen

Barry Olshen
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, PhD

Therapy in my office begins with you, the client. It goes in whatever direction you wish and it covers whatever concerns and subjects you choose. A confidential relationship based on compassionate support, empathic understanding, appropriate guidance, and mutual trust provides the foundation for all our work together.

Diana Orgera
Registered Psychotherapist

RP, CTP Dipl, HonBA

Something remarkable happens when we are listened to deeply and openly. Whether we have a strong sense of ourselves but are struggling with difficult feelings or we are lost, afraid, and overcome with anxiety, speaking about it with someone who has the psychological insight and space to truly hear us, as a psychotherapist does, can be a powerful and healing experience.

Toronto Psychotherapists - Sue Hunter

Susan Hunter
Registered Psychotherapist


In psychotherapy, we talk together – about your life, the obstacles you encounter, and your hopes for the future. You are listened to intently – with respect, with an experienced ear, and with caring. In such deep conversation, old problems are bathed in new light, and unexpected possibilities can emerge in your life and relationships.

John Gross
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA, MSc

You are longing for things to be different. Hope brings you to these pages. Still there may be doubts. Ask yourself these questions: Do I really want to change? Am I prepared to make an ongoing commitment to exploring this with another? Am I curious? If your answers are (even a qualified) ‘yes’, then psychotherapy can help.

Toronto Therapist Elizabeth Bailey

Elizabeth Bailey
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, HonBA

Sometimes it is hard to find a way to meet one of the most natural human needs in life: the time and the space to speak freely of our emotional experience of our own life to a caring person. Therapy fills this need, providing a safe and private place to explore your feelings with an empathetic and non-judgemental listener.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Mary Fulford Winsor

Mary Fulford-Winsor
Registered Psychotherapist


Exploring who we are and what is happening within us doesn’t need to be a journey that is undertaken on our own. I work with individuals and couples in a safe and open environment where all of the elements that make you and your relationships unique are welcome. I have additional training in couples’ therapy, sex therapy and working with the creative process in artists and others.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Natalie Sammut

Natalie Sammut
Registered Social Worker

CTP Dipl, Registered Social Worker (RSW)

Therapy is about deciding to move beyond fears and limitations, and about making a commitment to being fully and uniquely yourself.

Suzanne Gard
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, M.Sc

It is not unusual to struggle along the path of life. Relationships can be difficult and life can be stressful. Therapy can help you explore, feel, understand yourself, and make meaningful changes in your life. I work with individuals and couples using a variety of leading methods in a private and comfortable environment.

Mary Catherine Travers
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, M Ed

Traumatic experience occurring in early life, as well as ongoing instances of neglect, loss or unmet need, may significantly affect our sense of self. Negative events act as filters that constrain our development and perceptions. But things can get better. Psychotherapy can help to us to understand ourselves more fully, develop more satisfying relationships, and live the lives we long to lead.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Phil LaRose

Phil LaRose
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP

Therapy is the experience of two people working to understand the patterns that influence our behaviour. As children, we are shaped by the people around us. We adapt to their patterns and by using them as our models we create the unconscious rules that we will use to live our lives by. This adaptation to others not only affects how we perceive ourselves, it unconsciously defines the way we relate to our friends, our peers, and our families. Together we will look at who you are and then we will begin to create the tools for you to use to effect lasting change in your life.

Toronto Psychotherapists - Rosa Bergman

Rosa Bergman
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP

In therapy, two hearts and minds can meet. The client is encouraged to unfold his or her life story; the therapist’s tenderness and maturity help allow the client to express himself or herself anew. Healing and transformation can then begin, and the client can start to appreciate himself or herself as unique. Therapy moves clients towards both accepting what is broken in them and finding hope for healing.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Jena Ledson

Jena Ledson
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP

Therapy is an opportunity to uncover the means and tools to get you closer to what you really want. Emotional growth, more satisfying relationships, and a greater ability to cope with life’s inevitable challenges are among the benefits that therapy can bring.

Gloria Murrant
Registered Psychotherapist


Psychotherapy is a creative process where we learn to move more freely, to really find room for our own voice, and discover the right course for our own life.
You have within you the seeds needed for healing and growth. A therapist can help you find meaning in your experiences and gain insight into your personal quest toward authenticity and contentedness.

Mung-Ling Tsui
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, BA

We have all been puzzled by our own behaviours. Perhaps you do things that are self-defeating. or have difficulty navigating challenging relationships. Maybe you live with a pervasive feeling of emptiness or a panicky sense of dread. These can be signposts that something in your life needs exploration and healing. My goal is to help guide you to healing in a safe and supportive way so you live a more fulfilled and authentic life.

Kristina Kyser
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, PhD

Starting therapy takes guts. Most of us do it when we’re feeling defeated by familiar patterns, alone, or in repeated conflict. Therapy offers a chance to clarify why your relationship is in distress – or why you are not living the life you want to be – and what we can do together now to make something different possible.

Alison Crosthwait
Registered Psychotherapist


High achievers are used to getting things right. When emotional or relationship problems hit it can feel destabilizing. Working with a therapist can help you grow through these challenges and re-orient your life in a way that is more deeply inline with who you are.

Kusum Dole
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, MHSc

Together, you and I talk about your hopes, fears, troubles, disruptive behaviours, and all the other feelings and experiences that are hard to bear. We treat these with care and respect as we explore at your pace. We discover your uniqueness, potential, strengths, and inner resources by exploring your past, present life, and the immediate moments in therapy.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Alex Borovoy

Alex Borovoy
Registered Psychotherapist


This is where we begin: with your desire to be in your life, and in the world, with less fear, and with as much authenticity and happiness as possible; to simply be more of who you are.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Rosanne Ritchie

Rosanne Ritchie
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, B.Com Honors

Therapy is an opportunity for creating stability and positive change amid life’s challenges. Whether you’re facing an immediate crisis or have longstanding, ongoing emotional distress, I provide a safe and supportive environment for exploring your concerns. I offer therapy for both individuals and couples, and have comprehensive training in several therapy modalities.

Toronto Psychotherapist - Kristin Casady

Kristin Casady
Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl, RP, MA

Therapy is a process of supported inquiry. It is powerful work—it can help us shift from merely coping with life’s challenges to feeling more fully alive. My role is to assist you to create a style of living, or ways of connecting in your intimate relationships, marked by less struggle. A greater sense of vitality and authenticity, and better relating, can emerge from the process.