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
Eldon Pullman
Thirty years of counselling experience has given me expertise in all areas of counselling. I am concerned for people experiencing individual, relationship, family and anger management concerns. I work with all clients in a safe and confidential environment to help them gain wholeness in their lives.

Some of my specialities are working with clients who are experiencing relationship issues, grief, alcohol and drug, marital conflict, depression and anxiety, financial, separation and divorce issues . As well I do anger management and domestic violence counselling with both men and women.
Fees are based on a sliding scale according to household income. I also do Employee Assistance counselling and working with Victims of crime.

Cornerstone Counselling Service
302 – 1200 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3G 0T5
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
Heather Hopkins
Counselor, MEd, CCC
As a Certified Canadian Counsellor I take a holistic, client centered approach. I draw upon different therapeutic strategies. The benefit of an eclectic approach allows me to adapt approaches in order to best suit client needs. I believe clients have the answers they need within themselves and I work collaboratively to help them discover their own strengths. I provide a warm environment where clients can feel comfortable and supported. I have successfully worked with clients struggling with grief and loss, depression and anxiety, relationship challenges, parenting, post trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, stress, and communication.

I have completed extensive certificate training in the area of Play Therapy and enjoy working with children and adolescents and their families. For children, play is their natural form of communication. I have also completed training in the area of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and find working with couples very rewarding.
My practice is influenced by: Client Centered Therapy, Humanistic models, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, Emotionally Focused Therapies and Play Therapy.

(709) 701-9610
Hopkins Counselling
47 Leslie St
St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
A1E 2V7
Jami Parrish
At some point in life we may question who we are and where we are going. Life transitions become increasingly difficult to navigate as life moves at an ever faster pace. During such liminal and transitional times, we need an oasis to rest and reflect. We need someone to be present with us, to help us slow down and gain perspective. At times, issues from our past sabotage our ability to engage full in the world and life seems to pass by us. Perhaps you feel a longing for something more and need a place of support to sort through the confusion. Perhaps you need a place to help you discover the wisdom awaiting in your heart. This is the essence of therapy. For me, therapy is a process of discernment. It’s a journey to help you be more present to yourself and those around you.

I have experience treating a wide range of concerns including: family of origin issues, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, and addictions – both substance and process addictions such as sexual compulsivity. My graduate and undergraduate studies in neuroscience informs my work, it helps me see how the interaction between psychological, biological, and societal factors impact an individual’s experience and perception of the world.

You deserve a tailored, integrative approach suited to your needs. Together we will build a collaborative, therapeutic relationship to support you in creating the life you want.
4320 N. Campbell Ave.
Suite 226, Tucson, AZ
Jasen Elliott
Art therapist
Specializing in advanced psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, and unexplained somatic symptoms, I offer highly individualized treatment within an honest and collaborative working relationship. A thorough initial consultation is used to clarify and tailor treatment objectives based on individual need and response to intervention. Immediate efforts are aimed at mobilizing self-understanding, compassion, and other healing resources in order to accelerate treatment progress. A premium is placed on resolving the core issues driving each individual’s difficulties whether utilizing intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy or longer psychotherapy formats when warranted.

Troubled by anxiety and thoughts that cut you off from others? Feeling shut down, confused, or disconnected due to unresolved emotional pain, trauma, or disappointments? I take an active role to engage with clients so we make meaningful progress and restore vitality and self-compassion in a time-efficient manner.
Please see my website for more information or contact me if you want to discuss working together.

(403) 521-0006
1(888) 796-3493
Suite 507 Campana Place
609 – 14th Street N.W.
T2N 2A1
Jasmin Dhillon
Art therapist
Sometimes we can get caught up in patterns of behaviours and thinking that get in the way of the life we want to be living; together we will work towards exploring and modifying these thoughts and behaviours. My clinical practice is guided by a cognitive-behavioural orientation and I integrate techniques from other therapeutic modalities including motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy. I work collaboratively with clients to explore and modify unhelpful behaviours/thought patterns within the context of a safe, supportive, and non-judgemental therapeutic relationship. Clients are provided with skills that they can use to help achieve their specific treatment goals.

I have provided psychotherapy to clients struggling with a variety of concerns including chronic illness (e.g., pain), depression, anxiety disorders, grief, stress, self-esteem, procrastination, assertiveness, and interpersonal difficulties, in a number of different settings including a university counselling centre, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, and outpatient mental health settings.

(844) 432-0508
Serenity Now Wellness Center
501 30 Avenue NW
Calgary, Alberta
T2M 2N7
Jill Koziey

I use a unique combination of therapeutic practices based on over 25 years of experience in the areas of psychology, holistic health, and meditation. Among the therapies in which I am trained are Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Re-Creation of the Self (R-CS), and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).

These approaches are based in current neuroscience. When our lives feel “stuck”, we are living out unconscious, habitual patterns, using the brain’s out-dated neural pathways formed in childhood. In our work together, we form new neural pathways that result in living a life of choice rather than habit.

(855) 758-3649
Edmonton, Alberta
T6C 0S2
Jim Squire
Welcome, I’m a warm, caring and compassionate therapist and I have been helping people create the life they want for over 12 years. I understand that life can be hard and we often feel stuck in negative patterns, anxiety, depression, addictions, unsatisfying relationships or a painful past. I am here to listen to you and find solutions that work for you. None of us can see ourselves or our problems objectively. I can help you gain self-awareness, understanding and the skills to navigate any situation successfully. I offer a free 15 min phone consultation to see if we can work well together.

Are you having trouble coping with depression, anxiety or worried about your drug and alcohol use, is life overwhelming you? Do you have concerns about your relationships with your partner or family. I create a safe space where we can explore issues at your own pace.
I believe my greatest asset is my ability is to empathize with people, enter into their world and help them feel valued and accepted. Research has shown that the right connection with a therapist who understands and accepts you can be a life changing experience
416 826 0842
47 Queen’s Park Cres East
3rd Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M4M 2S1
Joel T Gustafson
Marriage and Family Therapist
At the core of every person is a desire to feel safety, security, and love. These desires follow us throughout life and need to be satisfied in order for us to experience life to the fullest. Healthy relationships and connection with others help satisfy these needs. When these needs are not being met through relationships with friends, families, or lovers, people experience negative emotions and stress. The family system is also very important. Healthy boundaries and family structure are essential for a person to feel confident about who they are and what they have to offer.

It is important for me understand and connect with the people I work with. My hope is they would feel heard and experience hope. I believe God has a plan and purpose for everyone, which gives me passion and hope to work with the darkest situations people are facing.
I am passionate about working to help people experience the most this life has to offer. I serve people in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief/loss, identity formation, parenting, and marital/pre-marital.

Resonate Relationship Clinic, 7381 W. 133rd Street, Suite #260
Overland Park, Kansas