PSYCHOTHERAPY: REBUILDING THE PERSON YOU WANT TO BE

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Are you feeling isolated or ungrounded? My practice is still open. I am using secure video technology and the phone to connect with clients and, in these extraordinary times, I am still available to you. If you are a new client, please contact me so we can talk about how to get to know each other at a distance and figure out how I can help you stabilize and cope during these difficult times. You may even see my cat walk by and say hello. 

When you are suffering from depression, anxiety, sadness or emotional discomfort, joy can seem like an unattainable goal. Psychotherapy is a place where you can begin to rebuild the person you were or become the person you want to be.

Therapy is more than just talking about your problems. It is a relationship between two people that promotes healing and learning through understanding and experience. A therapist is a safe person to talk to about difficulties that you might worry will overwhelm your friends and family. A therapist can help you to understand and tolerate your emotions or see your problems from a different perspective. Therapy is a place where you are not judged but rather accepted. In an environment of acceptance, anxiety, sadness and depression can clear enough for you to begin to see your way out.

I am honoured to accompany my clients on their journeys of healing and growth.

 

 

Anxiety

Anxiety is the body’s response to threat.

Gender

It’s your journey and I will support you to proceed in the manner and at the rate you are comfortable with.

Depression

Depression, whether relatively mild or more serious, is an uncomfortable experience for anyone who encounters it.

Relationships

We are relational creatures and wired to seek the things we need in concert with others.

Sexuality

Sexuality is an important element of our humanity.

Trauma

Difficult things happen to us often and most of the time, we acknowledge it and recover,

For a consultation, please
call me or contact me through the site

416-820-9752