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  • Andrey Caric

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    CTP Dipl
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Psychotherapy is an opportunity to shed old, unhelpful ways of being for more authentic forms of connecting. Recognizing your own patterns, let alone changing them, can be difficult without support. Working with an empathetic therapist who listens attentively and without judgement can lead to lasting transformational change.
  • Toronto Psychotherapist - Alex Borovoy

    Alex Borovoy

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • Rhett-Lawson Mohajer

    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    BA (Psychology), MA (Counseling), PsyD Cand.
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Deep wounds need “depth” work to heal! Psychoanalytic/psychodynamic therapy is a journey we undertake together! As you share your life story and struggles, we will look at the unconscious and conscious patterns that emerge in your life in a non-judgmental way. The aim is for you to find yourself!
  • Melissa Emerson

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Consider what brought you here. Are you worried about the future? Relationships suffer when we feel dissatisfied, lonely, or lost. Do you feel misunderstood? That can leave us anxious or angry. We can bring awareness to the beliefs guiding our lives and create greater connection to ourselves and others through the honest conversation therapy offers.
  • Avia Peacock

    RN, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    “There is nothing so stable as change.” –Bob Dylan Change is inevitable. This can be frightening to acknowledge, but the ability to think, feel, and connect in new ways brings excitement that can be greater than fear. Working with a therapist you trust, who empathizes with what change is like for you, can support your strengths as you realize new possibilities.
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