Reduced fees are available in limited supply, through consultation with the therapist.Read More
First, all three can provide psychotherapy.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor and can prescribe medications for mental health conditions. Often their practice is focused on medication management. This service is covered by OHIP.
A psychologist holds a doctoral degree in the study of psychology. Often, they do ...Read More
Emotional bodywork can take on many forms. Essentially it is working with the felt sense in a person – how a person feels feelings in their body. Body movement exercises, hands on bodywork and mindfulness are some of the forms that can be used to bring a client into awareness of the feelings held in their body.Read More
Therapy is an individual process. In the initial session the client’s challenges and goals are identified and a therapeutic plan is formed and agreed upon. The ultimate goal is for a client to come into a therapeutic awareness and dialogue with themselves so that once formal therapy has ended they can continue to make healthy life. Some issues may take longer than others to resolve and some people may require intermittent ongoing support as needed.Read More
Forms will be sent to you via email for completion. It is good to become mindful of how you are feeling a few days before the first session. If you begin to dream prior to the first session, write the dreams down and bring them with you.
Often clients are nervous and this is understandable as you are saying “YES” to life in a way you never have before. Congratulate and praise yourself, you are doing a very good thing for you and all your relationships.
Arrive for your first session 5-10 minutes early.Read More
There is Green P parking on the North East and North West side of Spadina Rd.
There is free street parking in the neighbourhood on Madison Ave, Lowther Ave. and Walmer Rd.
We are steps from the Spadina subway.Read More