firstname.lastname@example.org | 416-921-7788 | |
344 Bloor St West | Toronto | ON | M5S 3A7
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
RP, CTP Dipl, HBA, OACA
STATUS: NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
Sometimes, you might feel that life is just too hard. Perhaps it seems as though the same things keep happening—in your relationships, with your friends, in your career, or with your family. You might feel a whole range of things, some of which you cannot even name but know inside yourself, leaving you with the sense that you are not living the life you want. On top of it all, you might not know what to do to make any of these feelings or your life different.
How Can Therapy help?
Your reasons for entering therapy will be unique and individual. It is true for all of us, though, that how we live with our experiences and feelings can be the cause of a great deal of pain and confusion. Therapy can be an uncomfortable and challenging process at times, bringing forward memories and feelings you might not want to experience again. They were suppressed so you could keep going in life. That was a necessary process that might no longer serve the fullness of yourself you want to live out now.
Therapy does not make your experiences go away, but it can help you to understand them in a new way, opening you to new ways of being in the world. As your anxieties and unhappiness ease, a clearer and more empowered sense of yourself emerges, along with a new, more vitalized, and fulfilling way of being in your life.
My university education includes an Honours degree in Art History, and I am a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design. After the extensive academic and supervised clinical training at the Centre for Training in Psychotherapy in Toronto, I am now a graduate. I also bring my years of awareness and meditation practices to my work with clients, which includes work with both individuals and couples.
I also work with couples who are in heterosexual or same sex relationships, or who are in open relationships, considering opening their relationship, or living in a polyamourous dynamic.
- Aging and Age-Related Concerns
- Couples & Relationship
- Creative Blocks
- Life Crisis and Transitions
- Loss and Grief
- Obsessive and Compulsive Thoughts and Behaviours
- Relationship Issues
- Self-Destructive Patterns
- Sexuality and Gender Issues
If you would like to learn more, or book an initial 30 minute no-fee consultation, please email me at email@example.com or call 416-921-7788.