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741 Broadview Ave | Ste. 304 | Toronto, ON | M4K 3Y3
CTP Dipl, RP, HonBA
STATUS: LIMITED AVAILABILITY
As children, we adapt to our anxieties and the world around us as best we can. This adaptation affects the way we perceive ourselves and others, and influences the way we relate.
As adults, sometimes we find that what should come naturally is inexplicably difficult. Our relationships may seem fraught with repetitive and debilitating patterns. We may feel blocked in our careers, and we may feel anxious or depressed but not be sure why.
Speaking to a psychotherapist can help. Therapy can help us to identify, and adjust, the ways in which our childhood strategies are not adaptable to our adult life.
Three years later all my pursuits were stopped when I suffered a brain aneurism. I was very fortunate—I was able to resume my therapist training studies after one year, and I have since achieved a full recovery. This experience was life-altering for me. It deepened my sense of both the frailty and resilience of the human body, and the human spirit. It led me to a much more real place in myself, where I could feel my feet more firmly on the ground. And I believe it helped me to grow my capacity for empathy. As a therapist, I draw on this invaluable experience in my evolving understanding of what it means to be human.
After the initial consult, new clients are accepted for regular, weekly sessions only, with the expectation that we are beginning a process together that will last for at least 3 months. In most cases, clients find the benefits they gain from weekly therapy encourage them to continue. The consistency and regularity of weekly sessions are important in helping us gain momentum in your process, so that the time you spend in therapy may be of the highest benefit to you.
I offer in person sessions at my office in Riverdale, Toronto. Phone and Skype sessions are also available on an as-needed basis with established clients.
If you’d like to schedule an initial consultation, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a prompt reply. You may also leave a voice message at 416 452-6851.
- Body Image
- Career Dissatisfaction or Transition
- Creative Blocks
- Dream Work and Dream Interpretation
- Eating Disorders
- Life Crisis and Transitions
- Loneliness and Isolation
- Loss and Grief
- Mourning and Bereavement
- Relationship Issues
- Self-Destructive Patterns
- Sex and Intimacy Issues
- Suicidal Thoughts and Attempts
If you would like to learn more, or book an initial 30 minute no-fee psychotherapy consultation at my office in Toronto, for a prompt reply please email me at email@example.com. Alternatively, if you wish to leave a voice message, please call 416-452-6851.