Page 2 of psychological services directory. Page 1: Psychologists in central and East Toronto
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Downtown Toronto, West Central Toronto, North Toronto, Thornhill
Dr. Dianne O'Connor, C.Psych., ABSNP., Psychologist
Yonge & St.Clair, Toronto, 416-592-0838
Psychological Assessments, School Neuropsychological Evaluations & Consultations--see Assessments for children
Children, Adolescents, Young Adults & Their Families.
Assessments and Consultations Explore: Neuropsychological Issues (Learning Disabilities, Autism, Acquired Brain Injuries such as TBI/Concussions; Neurodevelopmental Risk Factors (e.g. low birth weight & prematurity; prenatal exposure to alcohol or drugs). Social, Emotional, Learning & Behavior problems. Parenting issues. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Assessments for University/College Students Developmental Disorders. Services also include gifted assessments, consequences of MVA.
Susan Blackburn, M.A., C.Psych., Registered Psychologist
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1600 (Yonge & Eglinton), Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E4 Phone: (416) 549-5089 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the Ontario Psychological Association.
Counselling and psychological services for adults and couples working with relationship issues, marriage, self esteem, confidence-building, anxiety, depression, life transitions, work/life balance, mindfulness, communication and stress management.
Approach integrates evidence-based modalities including cognitive behavioural (CBT), interpersonal (IPT), mindfulness and solution-focused therapy in a collaborative, nonjudgmental environment.
Dr. Sam Klarreich 110 Berkeley Street, Toronto, M5A 2W7
Phone: 416-861-0716 Email: email@example.com
I Employ evidence-supported Cognitive-Behavior Therapy/Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. My 2 latest books are: Pressure Proofing, Routledge, New York, 2008. Fearless Job Hunting, New Harbinger, California, 2010.
Rose Ducharme, M.A., C. Psych. 3269A Bloor St. W. Suite 2
Toronto, On M8X1E2
Psychological Assessments for Learning Disabilities, ADHD and other school related problems. Behaviour Therapy -a nonintrusive and developmentally sensitive approach for prevention and treatment of child behavioural difficulties. Parenting Groups to help parents deal with issues related to child problem behaviour/non-compliance, academic skill development, child anxiety/depression and Aspergers and Autistic spectrum disorders. Groups for children and teens to help manage anger and anxiety. Mindful meditation -we teach parents, professionals and other adults how to deal with stressful conditions.
Dr. Julie Goldenson, Registered Psychologist
240 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto Ontario
Serving Adults and Adolescents in West End Toronto| Individual Psychotherapy |Comprehensive Psychological Assessment| Offering Flexible Hours| Easily Reached by Public Transportation| Free Parking is Available.
I offer comprehensive psychological services (treatment and assessment). Following a biopsychosocial framework, I consider and respond to biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to or maintain my clients' current issues. My approach is dynamic and flexible and I adjust treatment based on people's unique concerns, experiences, and background. Of primary importance is having a good working relationships with the people I treat (based on mutual trust and respect). You are welcome to call for a free phone consultation in order to assess whether I might be a suitable fit.
Dr. Doug Saunders C.Psych.
Clear Path Solutions, Suite 2200, 700 Bay St. (@ Gerrard, 10 mins from U of T)
Providing Brief, Solution-focused Individual, Marital, Relationship, Family Counselling/Therapy for Anxiety, Personal & Work Stress, Family Tensions & Stress, Depression, Trauma, Addictions
Dr. Nathan Pollock is Director of Psychological Services at the Manasa Clinic for the assessment and treatment of adult behaviour problems. He is a clinical psychologist licensed to practise in the province of Ontario and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
Dr. Pollock's practice includes personality assessment, neuropsychological evaluation, counselling and psychotherapy. He specializes in the assessment and treatment of dysfunctional anger and aggression. He conducts forensic assessments for criminal and civil proceedings and routinely conducts assessments of professionals with respect to issues of fitness and competence to practise.
For many years, Dr. Pollock was a staff member of the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, now known as the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Clarke Division. He served as Psychologist-in-Charge of the Forensic Service. He was also Director of the Anger and Abuse Program and Clinical Director of the Sex Offender Treatment Program.
Dr. Pollock has taught graduate courses at University of Toronto in psychological assessment and group psychotherapy. He has conducted numerous workshops and seminars on the management and treatment of anger and aggression.
720 Spadina Avenue, Suite 303 Toronto, M5S 2T9 Phone: 416.469.0300 Fax: 416.323.3166 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Andrea Adams, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Practice in Clinical and School Psychology
Address: 1849 Yonge St., Suite 703 (Yonge and Davisville)
Business Phone: 416-489-1100
Dr. Andrea Adams, who also works for the Toronto District School Board, offers comprehensive psychoeducational assessments for children, teens and adults for issues such as giftedness, learning disabilities, and intellectual disabilities, in order to maximize learning potential. Psychoeducational assessments to access specialized support services at College or University are also offered. Dr. Adams also provides treatment to children, teens, and adults for various issues including stress, anxiety, and depression. Language(s) of service: English (translators/interpreters are used for assessments, as required, for First Languages other than English)
Dr. Kenya Thompson-Leonardelli, Ph.D., C.Psych.
1200 Bay St, Suite 302 (at intersection of Bay and Bloor Streets)
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5
Dr. Thompson-Leonardelli is a Toronto psychologist with over 14 years therapy experience providing brief and longer-term treatment to clients seeking professional, empathic, and supportive guidance to facilitate change. Her practice serves late adolescent and adult clients dealing with issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, men's issues, loss, career concerns, women's issues, relationships, family concerns, sexual and gender identity, trauma recovery and stress, to name a few. Dr. Thompson-Leonardelli's approach to therapy is integrative, combining psychodynamic, relational, and cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Dr. Donna Ferguson, C.Psych
1920 Yonge Street
Providing assessment and psychotherapy with adults and adolescents. I offer individual, couple and group psychotherapy with a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy approach. I specialize in treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions and relationship issues.
Josephine Kanfer MA (Clin. Psych) South Africa
C. Psych. Assoc.
49 St. Clair Ave West, #504, Toronto, ON, M4V 1K6
416 893 9490 email: email@example.com
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Psychodynamic Depth Psychotherapy Stress Relief Counselling Life Coach support Children, Adolescents, Adults Individual, Couples, Family
Dr. Lisa Vettese, Psychologist
Downtown Toronto 1200 Bay Street Phone #: 416-849-4776
Serving: Adults, adolescents, couples, families, groups, and organizations.
Services: Education; Assessment and treatment, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, complex post-traumatic stress, addictions, codependency, personality disorders, self-harm, childhood maltreatment, relationship concerns including couple distress and infidelity, school and workplace difficulties, career/life transition issues, anger management, chronic pain, illness, and bereavement. Orientation: I provide short and long-term therapy. My approach is client-centered and supportive. Influences include solution-focused, motivational, and cognitive behavioural therapy; family systems; dialectical behavioural therapy; mindfulness; and interpersonal-developmental perspectives on change.
Isabelle Bonsaint, M.Ps., C.Psych., Clinical Psychologist, psychologue clinicienne
1719 Bloor Street West, Toronto, on, M6P 1B2 (Bloor & Keele, West end Toronto) 416-629-5499
Services offered include: Counselling and psychotherapy. I use cognitive behavioural therapy and humanistic therapy for helping individuals with a variety of emotional problems and other difficulties. Issues include stress, grief, loss, anxiety, trauma, depression, assertiveness, self-esteem, communication, relationship difficulties and parent guidance. Langagues: French and English. Serving adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
Dr. Harpreet K. Chattha, Clinical Psychologist
4101 Steeles Ave. W., Suite 209, North York, ON, M3N 1V7
Tel: 905-455-7082, firstname.lastname@example.org
I provide assessment and therapy for adolescents (about 12-18) and adults. My approach is mainly cognitive-behavioural and I practice in the North York/Vaughan area (Steeles Ave. and Jane St.) I provide treatment services for: - Depression - Anxiety (social phobia, OCD, PTSD, panic disorder, GAD), - Low self-esteem - Grief/loss/bereavement - Workplace/life stress, - Trauma - Chronic pain - other presenting issues, please e-mail me at email@example.com for more details
Andjelka Palikucin-Reljin, M.A., Clinical Psych. Assoc 416-320-8376
Downtown Toronto-421 Bloor Street East Unit 409
Downtown Mississauga 208 Enfield Place
Provide psychological services: assessment and treatment of adults of all ages to English and Serbo-Croation adults Approaches: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, EMDR, and Mindfulness Issues: Depression, Anxiety, Weight Related Issues, Cardiac related issues, Weight Related issues, Emotional Eating, Stress Management, ADHD, OCD, Crisis intervention, and Assessment for Motor Vehicle Accidents
Dr. Lih-Yea Guo Ph. D., C. Psych.
2 Bloor Street West, Suite 700, Toronto, ON M4W 3R1 Tel: 416-944-2479
Fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, Dr. Lih-Yea Guo provides culturally sensitive service for individuals and couples from many cultural backgrounds. Psychological assessments including ADHD and learning disability assessments and psychological treatment are provided. Treatment can encompass approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dynamic therapy, relaxation techniques, mindfulness training, or clinical hypnosis.
Dr. Lih-Yea Guo has worked with clients with the following issues: trauma and stress adult ADHD chronic pain anxiety and phobia depression health-related problems and cancer loss and mourning body image and self-esteem workplace stress parenting insomnia addictive behaviour regarding computer games and pornography relationship issues Weight Related Issues/Emotional Eating Motivation/Procrastination Self-esteem/Assertiveness
Dr. Tally Bodenstein-Kales, PhD., C.Psych. Registered Psychologist
Office is located at the Avenue Road and Lawrence area Tel: 416-435-4496
Practice in Development, Behaviour and Learning issues of Children, Adolescents and Young Adults. Services: Psychological assessments for Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Giftedness, Development, Behaviour and Social-Emotional issues. Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) with children, adolescents and families for anxiety, learning, and other life challenges. Consultation to parents and teachers
Dr. Benedicte Lovald, Clinical Psychologist 1504 Yonge Street, 3rd Floor (Yonge & St. Clair) Toronto, Ontario, M4T 1Z6, Phone: 416-805-5435 Fax: 416-485-2901 Benedicte.Lovald@gmail.com
Services: Assessment and treatment for individual adults and couples, including: Anxiety Disorders (generalized anxiety, social anxiety, health anxiety, specific phobias, panic, OCD, PTSD), Mood Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, Personality Disorders, Substance Abuse, Relationship Problems, Loss/Bereavement, Low Self-Esteem, Assertiveness Problems, Perfectionism, Stress Management, Life Transitions (e.g., divorce, job change). Treatment approaches are tailored to the individual needs of the client and draw on cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic, and humanistic therapies.
Dr. N. E. (Ted) Morris, C.Psych.
Thornhill Medical Centre
18 Centre Street (Yonge & Centre)
Thornhill, ON L4J 1E9
Phone: (905) 737-3666 Fax: (905) 737-0255
Clinical Health & Rehabilitation - Psychology Assessment and treatment services for adults (individuals - couples) and older adolescents (16+) that address issues of: Mood (depressive & bipolar) Anxiety (generalized, panic attacks, separation, social and specific phobias, OCD) Behaviour (conduct, impulse control, anger management) Sleep, Eating, Sexual and Gender Identity, Occupational Stress and Post Traumatic Stress. Medical Health Conditions - Chronic Pain Disability Determinations. Marital Distress, Career Decisions and Planning
Dr. Rose Grifone Ph.D., C.Psych., FIPA
Registered Psychologist & Psychoanalyst
30 St. Clair Ave. West (Yonge St. & St. Clair Ave.)
I have been providing psychological services for approximately 20 years. Areas of Practice: Clinical Psychology & Rehabilitation Psychology Services Provided: Assessment, Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis for adult individuals and couples Languages: English, Italian Approach to Treatment: Psychotherapy is tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual or couple. Treatment is informed by various theoretical models, including Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioural Approaches. Psychoanalytic Treatment focuses on uncovering unconscious meanings of personal experiences that continue to manifest as symptoms and difficulties in present day life. Some presenting symptoms include depression, anxiety, relationship problems, phobias, loss and bereavement, stress, and work-related issues. Some people are seeking to become aware of the origin of longstanding psychological symptoms, to resolve these chronic symptoms, and to enhance quality of life.
Dr. Doug Saunders, Reg. Psychologist
123 Edward Street, Suite 703, M5G 1E2
(University & Dundas downtown) 416.597.2614; firstname.lastname@example.org
Couples & Marriage Counselling/Therapy Family, Relationship Conflict Resolution Workplace Conflict/Academic Stress Anxiety and Depression Stress/Anger Management Substance & Non-Substance Addictions Professional, Career Coaching
Dr. Nicola Brown, Psychologist 647-501-2045 and email@example.com 195 College St. (at St.George/ Beverley, directly across from the U of T main campus) Mondays 2pm-7pm, Thursdays and Fridays.
Serving individual adults for psychotherapy. Training in client-centered, emotion-focussed and relational dynamic modalities.
Areas: Depression, Anxiety, Workplace stress, Relationship issues; Loss/grief; Trauma (Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Victims of Violence Program at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School); Sexuality; and Gender identity exploration/transition planning/surgery-readiness assessments.
I offer a free 30 minute meet and greet and/or phone consultation for us to best determine match.
Dr. Barbara Mancini, Psychologist 416 551 7284, firstname.lastname@example.org 1033 Bay Street, Suite 221 (North of Wellesley on Bay Street at St.Joseph/Bay)
Weekdays, Evenings, and Weekends. Services: Providing psychotherapy/counselling and comprehensive psychological/psychoeducational assessments to adults, youth, children, and families experiencing a range of issues including Mood and Anxiety disorders, Trauma/Traumatic Stress, and abuse experiences, self-esteem, social skills difficulties, substance use issues, learning disabilities, attention issues/ADHD, family conflict/relationship difficulties, family transitions (e.g., divorce, new partners, adoption, LBGTQ coming out, etc.), etc. I also offer support for LGBTQ concerns, Sexuality, and Gender identity exploration/transition planning/surgery-readiness assessments. Approach: I integrate strategies and techniques from cognitive-behavioural (CBT), dialectical behavioural (DBT), emotion-focused (EFT), family systems, play, and psychodynamic therapies to meet each client's unique needs.
Fees: I offer a sliding scale as well as a free 30-minute meet and greet in person or over the phone for us to see if we are a good match.
Dr. Saunia Ahmad, PhD, C. Psych, Clinical, Health and Counseling Psychologist Contact: 647-629-9026 Email: email@example.com Two Locations: 88 Prince Arthur Ave (St. George subway Station), Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1B6;
123 Edward Street (St. Patrick subway station), Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1E2
Services: Individual and Couple Psychotherapy, Psychological Assessment
Languages: English, Urdu, Hindi; Population: Adults 18+
Modalities: Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Family Systems, Social Constructivist, Psychodynamic
Problems addressed: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, Psychosis, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders (e.g. Borderline Personality Disorder), PTSD, trauma, workplace stress, grief & loss, chronic health problems and pain, relationship conflict, marital distress, sexual difficulties
Dr. Thao Nguyen, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist 951 Wilson Ave. Suite 21,Toronto, ON M3K 2A7
(at Keele & Wilson) Tel. (416) 509-8341
Assessment and Therapy for Adolescents and Adults: Areas of Practice: Anxiety (panic, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, phobias), Depression, Stress Management, Trauma (motor vehicle and work-related accidents) , Sleep Problems, Chronic Pain, Learning Issues, Relationship issues, Parent-Child Conflict. Languages: Vietnamese and English
Dr. Zoe Laksman, Registered Clinical Psychologist 416-515-2649 ex:229 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
101 & 99 Dupont St., Toronto, ON, M5R 1V4
*Midtown practice, located walking distance from the University of Toronto, provides individualized psychological assessment and treatment to Children, Adolescents, Adults, Couples and Families for a variety of problems, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, fears/phobias, stress, addictions, eating disorders, pain management, post-traumatic stress, panic disorder, sports psychology issues, family difficulties, life transitions, benzodiazepine withdrawal, loss/bereavement, self-esteem, and marital relationship difficulties.
*Helping clients as they navigate setbacks, discover resilience, and emerge with lives full of passion and purpose.
*Approaches: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
Dr. Cathy Chilly, Registered Clinical & Rehabilitation Psychologist. Rosedale and High Park practice offices, 416-418-2293.
Providing assessment and psychotherapy services to adult clients, to promote psychological health and development in their personal and professional lives.
Areas of Service: I have worked with clients who have overcome emotional difficulties (depression and anxiety conditions), life stage adjustments, grief, trauma, work-related stress, vocation change, and relationship dysfunction
I offer couples therapy.
I also have a specialty in Rehabilitation Psychology, providing services to clients challenged by health issues, physical injuries and chronic pain.
I practice in English and am also fluent in Serbo-Croatian.
Most psychologists do not offer psychotherapy online, so if you cannot attend an office and you are looking for a government-licenced therapist, look for an Ontario registered psychotherapist or social worker. For more on distance therapy, see Online Counsellors and Therapists Association of Canada.
Etobicoke, Brampton, Oakville, Mississauga
Dr. Adrienne Eastwood 10 George Street North
Brampton, ON L6X 1R2
Providing therapy and assessment to children, youth, adults and families in Brampton, Ontario
Dr. Richard E. Berry, Psychologist
Hw. 10 and Derry Road, 7045 Edwards Blvd., Ste. 305 Mississauga, ON L5S 1X2
Telephone: 905-670-0334 FAX: 905-670-0336 Email: email@example.com
Adults, Adolescents, Children Trauma; Depression, Anxiety; Sexual and Relationship Problems; Workplace issues; Stress management; Capacity Assessment; Anger Management and Assertiveness Skills; Child Custody & Access Assessment
Dr. Bella Hazzan, Ph.D.,C.Psych.
Queensway Health Centre and
1750 the Queensway
Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 5H5
Daytime and evening appointments
Providing therapy services to Individuals and Couples Areas of specialization: Anxiety; Depression; Stress including workplace stress; Marital and Couples Therapy; Childhood and Adult Trauma.
Dr. Christine S. Davis, Psychologist
169 Queen St. East
Phone: (905) 459-2967
Over 25 years experience in health care settings Psychotherapy and counselling for adult patients Focus on health issues Specializing in services to cancer patients and their families. Bereavement counselling. Chronic pain management and return to work plans. Addiction counselling
Dr. Ramona Domander, Psychologist
416. 259. 0729 For an appointment please telephone first. firstname.lastname@example.org
39 Uno Drive, Etobicoke, ON, M8Z 3N7 (Royal York & Queensway)
Serving: Adults, elderly, adolescents & children over 10 yrs. Providing Psychotherapy & assessment for over 20 yrs. Approaches: Cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic, relaxation hypnosis, EMDR, TIR and EFT Issues: Anxiety, phobias, trauma, PTSD, depression, grief, pain, health family, couple, relationships, work stress, mid-life stress communication, anger, self-esteem and habits. .
Dr. Sherry Van Blyderveen, C. Psych.
Halton Psychological Services
14A Martin Street
Services are offered for all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults. Services include Individual, family, and couples therapy, and Psychoeducational and psychodiagnostic assessments
Dr. Mark Olioff, Psychologist
89 Queensway West, Suite 215
Mississauga ON, L5B 2V2
(Hurontario and Queensway)
Tel: (416) 571-5622
Daytime, evening and Saturday appointments Practice in clinical and health psychology for adults. Cognitive-behavioural therapy other approaches for: Depression Anxiety and Stress Management Panic Disorder and Post-traumatic Stress Grief Assertiveness and Relationship Problems Coping with medical illness and pain Adjusting to cardiac illness and rehabilitation Coping with aging and functional losses Smoking Cessation and Obesity. Postpartum Depression
Dr. Sophia Kahill, C. Psych.
66 Clissold Road, Toronto, M8Z 4T8 (near Bloor and Islington), 416-231-4213. email@example.com
Serving: Adults on an individual basis (not couples or families).
Evening appointments are available. Over 20 years of experience. Call for free initial phone consultation.
Approaches: Eclectic, including cognitive-behavioural (CBT), supportive, experiential (including Traumatic Incident Reduction/TIR) and insight-oriented psychotherapy. Clients are carefully interviewed before starting therapy to determine the approach best suited to their needs and goals. Issues: Anxiety, Assertiveness problems, Depression, General problems in living, Grief and loss, Life changes, Low self-esteem, Negative thinking, Panic, Stress, Trauma, Worry.
Dr. Richard Berry Ph.D., C. Psych
Parenting Capacity Assessment (PCA)
Child Custody/Access Assessment (CCAA)
Testamentary Capacity Assessment (TCA)
Trauma Impact Assessment
Motor Vehicle Accident Assessments (MVA)
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Therapy & Counselling:
Marriage and Couples Counselling
Group Therapy: for children, adolescents and adults.
Monte Carlo Corporate Centre 7045 Edwards Blvd., Suite 305 Mississauga, ON L5S 1X2 Phone: 905-670-0334 Fax: 905-670-0336 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Euling Chong Psy. D., C.Psych
Assessments: Psychoeducational/Intellectual Assessment Parenting Capacity Assessment (PCA) Child Custody/Access Assessment (CCAA) Capacity Assessments Testamentary Capacity Assessment (TCA) Trauma Impact Assessment Risk Assessments Motor Vehicle Accident Assessments (MVA) Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Therapy & Counselling: Individual Psychotherapy Marriage and Couples Counselling Family Services Group Therapy: for children, adolescents and adults. Contact information:
Monte Carlo Corporate Centre 7045 Edwards Blvd., Suite 305 Mississauga, ON L5S 1X2 Phone: 905-670-0334 Fax: 905-670-0336 Email: email@example.com
Dr. Vuyo B. Mpumlwana, PhD, C. Psych.
Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience
2680 Matheson Blvd. Suite #102,
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 0A5 (Office located at the border between Mississauga & Etobicoke)
Christian Counseling Servicing Children, Adolescents and Families (Including New Canadian Families) Available on week-ends and evenings on week days. APPROACHES: Cognitive- Behavior Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy' Family Systems Psychological Assessments for: Gifted Students; Learning Disabilities Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders Developmental Delay Autism Spectrum Disorders Behavioural Issues & Social Emotional problems Psychotherapy addresses: Depression; Anxiety; Stress management; Self-esteem; Bereavement; Trauma, Trauma experiences due to Torture; Adaptation for Refugees/New Canadian Families; Family conflicts (dynamics; communication difficulties)
Dr. Alfonso Marino, C. Psych
951 Wilson Avenue, Suite 9
Toronto, ON M3K 2A7
Providing psychological treatment and assessment of adults. Treatment includes: depression generalized anxiety phobias PTSD Insomnia pain disorder workplace & school stress relationship issues Assessments include: personality psycho-vocational psycho-educational medico-legal/MVA WSIB Services are available in Italian.
Dr. Patricia Rankine Clinical Psychologist with 20+ years experience
2000 Credit Valley Road (close to Credit Valley Hospital)
Mississsauga Ontario L5M 4N4
Phone: 905 608-9879
Couples & Individual Therapy ages 16 and up Anxiety, Depression, Stress Relationship and Life Adjustment issues Work/Academic Stress Grief, Traumatic Events Services available in English and Spanish
Dr. Giorgio E. Ilacqua, C. Psych. 951 Wilson Avenue, Ste. 9 Toronto, ON M3K 2A7 firstname.lastname@example.org (p) 416-516-7757 (f) 416-516-6141 Serving adolescents & adults Relationship distress and transitions; anxiety, depression, traumatic reactions; grief and loss counselling; obsessions, compulsions, phobias, addiction issues; criminal support counselling; chronic illness; work related, poisoned work environment counselling; vocational transition counselling; work/life balance; existential angst; individual psychological assessments. Fluent in English, Italian, French and Spanish. Services available in the Hamilton office as well.
Mariana Grinman, M.A., C.Psych. Psychologist To schedule an appointment please call: (416) 835-1319 Address: Tranquility Base, 1 Romar Crescent, Toronto, Ontario, M6B 1R7 E-mail: email@example.com I offer counselling services in English and Spanish for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families, as well as psycho-educational assessments for individuals of all ages. I provide counselling to deal with the following issues: - Relationship issues - Identity and self-esteem issues - Difficulties coping with transitions and life events - Childhood or adult experiences of abuse - Couple or family-related stressors - Depressive and anxious symptoms - Work-related stressors and work-life balance - Loss or bereavement issues - Pain management - Loss of meaning and purpose - Obsessive thoughts or ideas - Parenting issues I provide psycho-educational assessments and support for individuals or families who have the following issues: - Difficulty attending and concentrating (e.g., Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder).
Dr. Diana Mandeleew, Psychologist Springboard Clinic 1055 Yonge Street, Suite 301, Toronto, Ontario 416-901-3077 firstname.lastname@example.org Assessment: Psychological, Psychoeducational, ADHD Psychotherapy: Focusing difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Trauma, Social Skills, Self-Esteem, Relationship and Attachment Issues. Child-Parent Psychotherapy: Watch, Wait and Wonder. Serving: Preschoolers, Children, Adolescents and Adults. Languages: English and Russian.
Andjelka Palikucin-Reljin, M.A., Clinical Psych. Assoc 416-320-8376
Downtown Toronto-421 Bloor Street East Unit 409
Downtown Mississauga 208 Enfield Place
Provide psychological services: assessment and treatment of adults of all ages to English and Serbo-Croation adults Approaches: Cognitive �Behavioural Therapy, EMDR, and Mindfulness Issues: Depression, Anxiety, Weight Related Issues, Cardiac related issues, Weight Related issues, Emotional Eating, Stress Management, ADHD, OCD, Crisis intervention, and Assessment for Motor Vehicle Accidents
Pushpinder Saini, M.A. C.Psych.Assoc.
7045 Edwards Boulevard, Suite 305
I'm a Registered Psychological Associate with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My areas of expertise are Clinical Neuropsychology & Clinical Psychology, working with children, adolescents and adults. Assessment- I have extensive experience conducting Neuropsychological Assessments of related disabilities ( i.e. Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurodegenerative disorders, Psychiatric illnesses etc.) in respect to an individual's cognitive abilities and functioning, including attention, memory, language, etc. I'm also qualified and experienced in Psycho-Educational Assessments for children, adolescents and University and College students. I offer diagnostic services in the areas of Learning Disabilities, Gifted Assessments, and ADHD Identification, Social Adjustment Difficulties and Emotional issues. I also have experience in conducting evaluations for ODSP applicants. Therapy- I'm also a trained Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, and help my clients overcome anxiety and depression by identifying dysfunctional emotions, thinking patterns as well as behaviour and helping them live life in a much fuller and richer way. Additionally I also help clients manage stress and anxiety by teaching them various relaxation techniques (Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Meditation, Vipasana- Mindfulness etc.)
Besides English, I'm also fluent in South Asian languages - Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.
Dr. Alan Chan, PhD., C.Psych, Director and Psychologist at B&C Health.
6517 Mississauga Road, Unit C, Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6
I have been registered with the College of Psychologists since 2008 with practice areas of Clinical and Health Psychology. I serve both adult and seniors populations. I provide assessment and treatment of psychological difficulties including mood, anxiety, and personality disorders (e.g., perfectionism, depression, panic, worry, & trauma), as well as helping people cope with a variety of health conditions (e.g., pain, insomnia, & cancer). I employ evidenced-based cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) as my primary treatment modality. Previously, I was a staff psychologist at the Work, Stress, and Health and Psychological Trauma Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. As a result, I have experience dealing with issues around workplace mental health and disability.
Dr. Jillian Satin, C.Psych
Clinical and Health Psychologist
The Clinic on Dupont (Dupont St. and Davenport Rd.)
416-515-2649 x 257
Email: jill.satin@theclinicondupont .com
Adults- Individual therapy for depression, anxiety, stress management, grief, and coping with pain, physical illness (including cancer) and postpartum concerns. *Some weekend availability and possibility of home visits for new mothers and fathers and individuals with health and mobility difficulties.
Dr. J. Pilowsky 4 Beamish Drive,Toronto, Ontario, M9B 3P3 Telephone: (416) 239-9042 Fax:(416) 239-3927
Psychological Assessment for Treatment Plan, Psychotherapy, Chronic Pain, Marriage and Family Therapy, Treatment of Driving Fear/Passenger Fear/Pedestrian Fear, Depression/Anxiety/Pain/Posttraumatic Stress Disorder/Specific Phobia
Dr. Ewa J. Antczak, D.Sc., C.Psych.
Child and Youth Registered Psychologist
220 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W, Suite 202, Mississauga, Ontario 647.515.HELP (4357)
Dr. Antczak provides assessment, consultation and therapy for Children and Youths in the areas of Learning and Behavior problems, Parent-Child Conflict, Puberty Matters, Anxiety, Social Skills, Motivation, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Grief, Parenting Skills, Life Coaching, Healthy Mental Lifestyle (Habits) and more. She also offers Concussion assessment and treatment, as well as a research based Memory and Attention Training (Cogmed). Her goal is to provide the family with immediate access to psychological services. Should you require further information please don't hesitate to contact Dr. Antczak at: 647.515.4357 or via email: email@example.com.
Jancy King, M.Ed., C. Psych. Assoc. Member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario Registration
# 3926 4920 Dundas St. W. Suite 205, Toronto 416-531-0727
Services to adults, adolescents and children Psychological Assessments for Learning Disabilities, Autism, Developmental Delay, Behaviour, ADHD, socio-emotional problems Counselling for adults/couples/parents~~ play therapy for children~~ works with a wide range of presenting issues
Dr. Sandra Sagrati, Ph.D., C.Psych. Clinical Psychologist, Toronto West Psychology, 416-528-9990, firstname.lastname@example.org. Near the Kipling-Bloor subway and close to highways.
Works with children, adolescents, and adults.
Treatment is provided for Depression, Grief, Anxiety (OCD, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, Specific Anxiety, Panic, Agoraphobia, GAD), PTSD and Trauma, Eating Disorders/Body Image issues, Perfectionism, School related issues.
Treatment approaches include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).