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  • 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.
  • Malene Johansen

    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    We finally live in an age in which it’s considered normal and healthy to see a therapist, which helps us to make sense of things we don’t understand about ourselves. Therapy is a confidential conversation with someone who won’t judge you, no matter what you have on your mind.
  • 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.
  • Lisa Darrach

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    We have great inner resources for healing and for growth. But we need a context in which we feel listened to and heard and within which a new perspective can develop. My method as a psychotherapist is to listen carefully to your dreams, experiences, fears, hopes, and longings, as we work together in your therapy to understand your particular concerns and experiences.
  • Alysha Rajkumar

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Recurring feelings of anxiety, sadness or anger can overwhelm us. Past experiences, unhealthy patterns, or difficulty in relationships can intensify these feelings. Therapy can offer a space to explore your internal landscape in conversation with another. Through honest dialogue, you can come to know yourself anew, finding greater connectedness, security, and balance.
  • Miriam Schacter

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    Life is often confusing and overwhelming. Sometimes we find ourselves in difficult situations or experience thoughts and behaviours that we do not understand. I offer collaborative dialogue that nurtures personal agency and identifies resources for clients facing distress, trauma or changes in life.
  • Wallace Murray

    Registered Therapeutic Counellor
    RTC, Counselling Hypnotherapist
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    In therapy, I advocate for you to become who you are meant to be on this planet. I have personally worked with over 4,000 people living out their purpose. I coach, lead group work, and facilitate workshops and retreats. I accompany you while you heal and step firmly into your truth.
  • Sharon Bedard

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • 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
  • Kim Gilbert

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT 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.
  • Wendy Kirk

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, M.Div
    WAITLISTING 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.
  • Aaron Rotbard

    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    The way we speak about our experiences shapes the way we know ourselves and interact with others. Through dialogue, I help clients harness the power of expression to forge healthy and vibrant connections both inwards and outwards. As new perspectives are spoken into being, we can bring about the changes that we have long hoped for.
  • 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.
  • Susan Young

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Psychotherapy is a collaboration between the therapist and client. Together, we embark on a journey that may lead you to a life rich in meaning and purpose. It is my aim to create a safe and empathetic space in which you feel understood and accepted, whatever you are facing.
  • 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.
  • Kimberley Wright

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    We sometimes doubt that others truly understand what we are feeling, so we struggle in silence. This takes a toll on our minds and our bodies and leaves us feeling anxious or depressed. I offer a place to have these thoughts and feelings held, respected, and cared for. A place for you to explore yourself with another.
  • Michael Bernard

    (he/him)
    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
    RN, RP Qualifying, CTP Dipl
    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.
  • Simone Scott

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Early life experiences inform how we construct and move through our adult lives. But outdated models of relating or patterns of feeling can block growth and fulfillment. In therapy we work to strengthen the essential capacities you already possess, and support new ways of being and relating that better serve you.
  • Suzanne Gard Registered Toronto Psychotherapist

    Suzanne Gard

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

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Sometimes it is more difficult to ask a question than to answer it. In conversation with another, one practiced in the art of attuned listening, it becomes possible to discover not only what is worthy of questioning, but why answers have remained so stubbornly concealed from our own searching.
  • Ursula Carsen

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    Psychotherapy is about care for your soul and mental health. It is private and held in complete confidentiality. You and I together, listening to your life’s narrative, will explore your thoughts, beliefs, conflicts, and connected feelings.
  • Daniel Cout

    (he/him)
    Regsitered Social Worker
    MSW, RSW
    ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Sooner or later, most of us will find ourselves in a situation that challenges our ability to cope. By helping to promoting greater self awareness, psychotherapy offers the possibility of finding new ways of looking at old problems, which creates the possibility of finding new solutions.
  • Leah Lucas Registered Toronto Psychotherapist

    Leah Lucas

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • Vicki Fraser

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING 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.
  • Pamela Millar

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    Starting therapy is a big step. You may have feelings of anxiety, depression, grief, or disconnection with others; you may struggle with work or family. Whatever the matter, psychotherapy can be a way to implement change, a way to generate a better understanding of yourself and your place in the world.
  • Olga Van Kranendonk

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

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    “Nothing that feels bad is ever the last step” (Gendlin, 1981). We often seek therapy when we find ourselves struggling, when everything else we have tried has not worked. The good news is the strength, resilience and courage you need to create the change you want are already within you.
  • Rosa Bergman

    (she/her)
    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
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