Dissociation and Dissociative Identity Disorder

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  • David Collins

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Congratulations on taking the first step towards better emotional well-being. Entering therapy can be a daunting decision. Every person's therapy is unique; it will be responsive to your life journey, past and present. Most importantly, you can expect a safe space where every concern you have will be open for discussion.
  • Susan Hunter

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, RSW, MSW, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • Rachel Fulford

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Creative, accomplished people often feel a sense of emptiness, and struggle with relationships. An event or problem may spark questions and conflicts about identity and what your purpose may be; or, you may wonder how to build connections and live a more fulfilled life. Speaking honestly and being heard can foster self-enrichment and discovery.
  • Larry Smith

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    “If every event which occurred could be given a name, there would be no need for stories.” - John Berger, Once in Europa. Our lives unfold in the telling, and in our listener’s responses. Through telling and being heard we may be altered, our symptoms changed. This is the vision of possibility that the psychotherapeutic process offers.
  • Ken Peters

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    Do you want to grow in life? I believe that wisdom and creativity emerge through openness, curiosity, and reflection on your authentic experience. I work mostly with people in their twenties and thirties who find themselves at a turning point. This includes those of diverse communities, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
  • Lisa Shouldice

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, MA, CCC
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    People work with me because I am a caring person who loves her job. Working with individuals who have experienced trauma and other challenges, being there for them at every step, is my passion. I would feel honoured to create and hold space for you. Everyone has a story, and I would love to hear yours.
  • Steve Mundy Registered Toronto Psychotherapist

    Steve Mundy

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Despair does not always yield to introspection, reflection, or fretful worry. Our demons, so to speak, must often be spoken into view, preferably in collaboration with an other, someone with an ear for this very specific kindness of listening. Together, we will seek illumination; and with illumination, hope.
  • Ann LeBlanc

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Emotional pain can be a heavy burden to carry, and we can work on lifting this burden together. Taking steps to change your life is a brave move on your part. As we navigate this change process together, I will work to provide a safe space for you to heal, learn, and grow.
  • John Neumin

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    More than a treatment for your emotional suffering, psychotherapy is also a tool for deepening your experience, for engaging with the challenges of living, and for catalyzing your potential. The reasons for coming to therapy are as varied as the people who come. Overwhelming or subtle, no two reasons are alike.
  • Toronto Psychotherapist - Phil LaRose

    Phil LaRose

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Therapy is two people working to understand how our behaviour is shaped by the people around us. We adapt by using them as models to live our lives by. This adaptation affects how we perceive ourselves and how we relate to our friends, our peers, and our families. Together we will begin to create the tools for you to effect lasting change in your life.
  • Michèle Croteau

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Difficult life circumstances become powerful agents of positive change when they push us to seek help in a safe environment where we can be seen and heard for who we truly are. Our therapeutic collaboration will aim at reclaiming meaning through psychological insights, fostering stability, and exploring different life choices.
  • Wendy Kirk

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, M.Div
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Understanding our lives and our experiences, as shaped by our backgrounds, can be challenging. The ways we understand those experiences and their meanings are malleable! In therapy we work together to develop more helpful paradigms for thinking, feeling and relating—this frees up those parts of you burdened by defenses, to help you live more authentically.
  • Kim Gilbert

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    You are searching for an emotionally attuned and insightful response to your human suffering and potential. We will work collaboratively to explore the particular nature of your suffering and your unique strengths. Within the context of an empathic therapeutic relationship, our work on your change process will unfold.
  • Stefania Baresic

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    “Human beings have an inbuilt propensity toward self-realization. If obstacles are removed, the individual will develop into a mature, fully realized adult, just as an acorn will develop into an oak tree.“ –Irvin D. Yalom, The Gift of Therapy
  • Carmy Huppeler

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Are you seeking change in your life? Therapy helped me when I found myself struggling and needing answers. Together we can explore your current situation and help you find the answers you need. I look forward to meeting you in person so we can begin your own unique journey towards lasting change.
  • Toronto Psychotherapist - Rosanne Ritchie

    Rosanne Ritchie

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • Natalie Gill

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    We are altered by experiences that enable us to put away or forget who we really are. You deserve to be heard. Speaking freely about your life, without judgment, can make you visible to yourself again, allow you to un-hide with another, and eventually begin to heal.
  • Andrey Caric

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, 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.
  • Robin Hellendoorn

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Everyone struggles with something, even if they don’t show it. Struggling alone is no way to live! And there is no shame in needing help, as humans don’t thrive alone. Psychotherapy can help you find your way to a greater sense of self and wellbeing.
  • Miriam Schacter

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    Therapy is an important exchange that aims to help us make use of our mindful and experiential or embodied wisdom. It offers resources and new ways of being to turn seemingly impossible situations, such as life transitions, conflict, or trauma, into ones in which we can find integration and dignity.
  • Michael Bernard

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    RN, RP Qualifying, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    We come to therapy with the hope that our lives can be better, but we often don’t know what to change or how. It’s hard to give up the familiar for the unknown. In therapy we gain the insight that allows us to transform and move forward. I believe we contain the innate ability to heal.
  • Avia Peacock

    RN, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    CTP Dipl
    ACCEPTING 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.
  • Penny Firth-Eagland

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    We are wired for connection and growth, striving to achieve the fullest expression of who we are. But there can be challenges along the way. Psychotherapy is a means of illuminating a path through difficulty, at time of pressing need and across the arc of one’s engagement with all of life.
  • Liz Garrison

    (she/her)
    Registered Social Worker
    MSW, RSW
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable enough to discuss your challenges and dreams takes courage. Oftentimes we start looking when we are already struggling to cope. Together we can build on your courage to support your healing and growth. Therapy offers space to explore with compassion, to find stability, and to create new possibilities.
  • Sylvia Kraus

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, MA (Counselling Psychology); HonBA (French Literature)
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    When confusion, anxiety, shame, or despair begin to impede day-to-day life, finding ways to rediscover your strength and resilience is of paramount importance. Fortified with these natural capacities, you are suddenly able to find the clarity required to be in better relationship with yourself, and with everyone and everything.
  • Vicki Fraser

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    It is said that therapy helps you to come into who you truly are. A more fulfilling and more meaningful life is attainable, and as a psychotherapist I can support your efforts to access your authentic voice, and facilitate the self-compassion you need to help that truer version of yourself emerge.
  • Hammam Farah

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Therapy can offer a safe, creative and compassionate setting. As your therapist, I’m here to help you overcome anxiety, feel empowered and flourish in your relationships, while facilitating the healing and change you desire. A confidential therapeutic relationship can help foster the emotional insight and growth needed to move beyond limiting behaviours and beliefs, leaving you more free to grow and thrive in your life.
  • Nanette Mills

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Perhaps you have been feeling dissatisfied or stuck in a rut; or you may be thinking that there must be more to life, or feeling overwhelmed by life’s inevitable challenges. Starting the process of therapy can be a powerful step towards changing your life.
  • Linden Ramdeholl - Toronto Psychotherapist

    Linden Ramdeholl

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
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