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  • 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.
  • 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 But outdated models of relating or patterns of feeling can block growth and fulfillment.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.
  • 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.
  • Sally Wright

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • 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.
  • Mary Catherine Travers Registered Psychotherapist

    Mary Catherine Travers

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING NEW CLIENTS
    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.
  • 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.
  • Steve Mundy Registered Toronto Psychotherapist

    Steve Mundy

    Registered Psychotherapist
    RP, CTP Dipl
    WAITLISTING 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.
  • 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.
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