Ana Bodnar
Art therapist
I am a clinical psychologist in midtown Toronto. I incorporate mindfulness, psychodynamic and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approaches to addressing a variety of life problems, including anxiety, depression, addictions, grief, eating disorders, life direction and couple counselling. I offer a safe therapeutic environment where insight and change are possible. I have worked with individuals from many cultural backgrounds and walks of life and also offer psychotherapy in Spanish. I support individuals to make positive changes in their lives through insight, practical tools and by empowering individuals to reconnect with their own strengths. Please see www.anabodnar.com

I have taught meditation and mindfulness extensively, including as an instructor at the University of Toronto for 10 years. I bring many years of experience to sharing evidence based techniques and tools for addressing a range of life problems. I support individuals to live more joyfully, peacefully and with authenticity.

(844) 330-9993
Dr. Ana Bodnar & Associates
124 Merton Street
Suite 202A
Toronto, Ontario Canada
M4S 2Z2
Brent Mulrooney
Through my experience working with adolescents, adults, and families, I understand that problems may arise at any point in a person’s life, for any number of reasons. I work with individuals and families to improve family functioning and relationships, work and school success, as well as anxiety, depression, learning, and anger problems. Through your work with me, we will address the problems you are experiencing by exploring both how the issue first began, as well as what factors are contributing to maintaining it today.

In your first session with me, I will work with you to develop your therapeutic goals, and conduct a scientifically-based and thorough assessment that will help you gain a greater understanding of your concerns, as well the unique strengths you possess that will help you achieve your goals.

(855) 338-1994
Centre for Interpersonal Relationships
10 St Mary Street, Unit 305
Yonge & Bloor
Toronto, Ontario
M4Y 1P9
Christine Nicholson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
I enjoy working with people one on one, in couples and families toward restoring personal well being and healthy relationships. Through play-based therapy, I am able to assist children to understand their emotions, how to better communicate their feelings and thoughts with their parents or caregivers, and develop effective coping skills to manage behaviours.In a confidential and safe environment, couple therapy solutions include help with conflict resolution and communication skills, all part of necessary work in restoring and rebuilding relationship foundations.

Individual, couple and family counselling, to address stress management, anxiety and depression, conflict, relationship breakdown, life transitions and support for caregivers. Models used include Cognitive Behavioural and Narrative Therapies, Solution Focussed Therapy.
Play-based therapy for children addressing anxiety, depression, and adjustment to separation/divorce. Effective strategies are provided for those dealing with chronic pain. I can direct people to find solutions via useful resources online or in the community.

(855) 739-6827
Next Step Family Counselling
Newmarket, Ontario
L3Y 3Y8
Connie Marangwanda
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Connie has specialized experience in DBT, CBT, ACT, mindfulness (informed); developmental services, forensic, addictions, children’s mental health, adult mental health, medical social work (adult and paediatric), consultant, workshops and coaching.

With 19 years of post Master of Social Work (MSW, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1998) experience, Connie brings a well informed perspective to clinical practice. She offers a holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing that is evidence based, creative and spiritual.

Experienced in working with women, children, men, couples, families and agencies, Connie has a certificate from U of T in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy as well as training in CBT, concurrent disorders, mindfulness/meditation, solution focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, emotion focused interventions, narrative therapy, experiential therapies and addiction treatment. Connie is also an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) with McMaster’s Department of Family Medicine teaching Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences.

(855) 725-9509
384 Guelph Line
Burlington, Ontario
L7R 3L4
Cris Calley Jones
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Everyone faces life challenges sooner or later; either everyday problems, or dealing with issues related to life circumstances or history. For nearing 30 years, I have offered counselling to individuals, couples, and their families. My training (MSW, RSW, PhD) and life experience enables me to be comfortable with a variety of ages, genders, races, cultures, orientations, and life-styles. Within short-term counselling, longer-term therapy, and clinical assessments, my approach is to empower and provide perspective within a comfortable, welcoming space. Clients tell me that they feel at ease in my office, and appreciate my conversational approach.

I have particular skill to work with multihome and blended families. I am trained in Family Mediation related to separation/divorce, parenting plans, custody/access, estrangement, and family reconciliation. I conduct professional assessments and make recommendations for custody/access, as well as children’s views. Assessments are thorough and professional.
Conveniently located near downtown Guelph. Free parking. Daytime and evening appointments.

Guelph, Ontario
N1E 2P7
David Smith
I am available to help adults of any age on an individual basis with common psychological issues and problems including: depression; insomnia; anxiety and panic; shyness and social anxiety; anger; obsessive or intrusive thoughts; work stress and burnout; relationship problems at home or at work.
I supervise several ACT therapists around the Ottawa area (central and south). In the event you wish to meet with another ACT therapist (including a woman or Francophone therapist), I would be happy to provide you with a referral.
(819) 307-4518
B212 – 200 Lees Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 6N5
PhD, CPsych
I received extensive clinical training in Emotion-Focused as well as Psychodynamic-Interpersonal therapies through graduate and postdoctoral training and supervision. This, coupled with a personal interest and practice in yoga and mindfulness provide a comprehensive and compassionate framework from which to understand your individual concerns. I also utilize Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and rely on the science behind neurobiology to make use of our brain’s capacity to continue to change throughout lifetime (i.e. neuroplasticity).

It has always been my deepest passion to understand the human mind and behaviour. As a Clinical Psychologist, in addition to better understanding the individual, I aim to help others to better understand themselves. My doctoral degree in Counselling & Clinical  Psychology (University of Toronto) and a post-doctoral fellowship training (Eating Disorders Program, The Ottawa Hospital) have allowed me to delve into the creative facets of clinical psychology as well as the scientific aspect.

Dr. Ivanova Psychology
9 Balsam Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1R 6W6
Dr. Terry Mitchell
PhD, MEd, BFA, CPsych
As a registered psychologist it is my privilege to provide a safe context for women’s exploration, growth, and healing. I welcome you to enter into a counselling dialogue with me. Please email me to set up an initial appointment. (There is currently a 2-3 month waiting list)

The therapeutic relationship is a safe place for you to understand past issues and core beliefs as you gain insight and strength to address current challenges. Whether you prefer a psychodynamic approach or a mindfulness cognitive behavioural treatment (CBT) approach, counselling will assist you in resolving past issues and achieving your personal wellness goals.

(855) 953-0749
Women’s Healing Resources, Uptown Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
N2J 1E4
Eva Muharib
Pre-Licensed professional
I specialize in working with individuals with anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and interpersonal difficulties. I also work with individuals with disabilities and health conditions (e.g., traumatic brain injury, chronic pain) and those who are struggling to cope with stressful life experiences (e.g., trauma, PTSD, and other stressful life experiences).

I strive to offer a therapeutic space that is collaborative and non-judgemental. I balance understanding and accepting clients as they are with promoting positive change. I tailor therapy to clients’ specific needs, working primarily from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness-based approaches.

(289) 778-0704 x107
The Mindful Living Centre
400 Bronte Street South, Unit 219
Milton, Ontario Canada
L9T 0H7
Georgina Cannon
Healing and change is a co-creation. Whether dealing with stress, anger or being stuck in life. I make a safe place for my client to move towards change into understanding, peace and joy. Using a variety of modalities: NLP, hypnosis, regression therapy and coaching we achieve results within a short time. Using athe Third Circle Protocol working with family relationships seeing both parties together and separately – aiming for a successful outcome of understanding and respect. Teens and parents or couples. This protocol has now become a book The Third Circle Protocol (my third book) published by Findhorn Press.

Regression therapy takes you back to the initial sensitive event, in this life, the womb, or a past life. It doesn’t matter where the initial trigger came from – that’s where the memory or emotion came into the body. Also the Third Circle Protocol works developing a respectful loving relationship with self and others..

(416) 487-3966
1920 Yonge Street
Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 3C2