The Centre Therapists

You are welcome to view our individual registered psychotherapists' profiles and contact them directly. Please use the contact form on their page or leave them a voice message and they will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Janie Kim

We all have our struggles—feeling uneasy and ill-equipped to face the many challenges life brings. At times these challenges can limit and overwhelm us. Psychotherapy provides a unique relationship that takes these challenges as opportunities to reach towards a sense of personal freedom …

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Rosa Bergman

Therapy is a process where two hearts meet and where the client is encouraged to unfold and examine his or her life story. A therapist requires tenderness and maturity in working with clients, allowing the client to express, in his or her own time any number of emotions …

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Susan O'Shaughnessy

Do you desire a better, fuller life filled with joy, love, security and peace? Are you in crisis, struggling with depression, overwhelmed by anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, parent child relationship issues, isolation, and or low self-esteem. Is it your intention to develop a better sense …

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Lynda Frewin

Experiencing a life crisis, or suffering a sense of alienation from self, others and the world, are issues that affect an individual deeply. However the resulting pain and confusion offer an opportunity to question one's life and often initiates the decision to seek therapy …

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Barry Olshen

The psychotherapy I practise is usually called Interpersonal or Relational. The relationship established with you, the client, provides a key transforming element in the therapy. I take guidance from you because it is you who knows, better than anyone else, what path to follow …

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Linden Ramdeholl

If you are struggling, and find yourself on the edge of life, self-destructive/risky behavior can be imminent. A strong therapeutic alliance can safely anchor and assist you to change explosive tendencies …

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Susan Hunter

It seems to be, that part of being human is to get stuck sometimes. Despite our best intentions, we fall into bewildering ruts- we repeat frustrating patterns that make us, and often the people we love, unhappy. Talking with a psychotherapist can help you get unstuck, and back on the path of more vital, satisfying, creative living.

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Christine Werbski

People come to therapy for many reasons. A person may have experienced a life-changing event. Perhaps a loved one has recently passed away. Perhaps they are struggling with alcohol and drug problems or other health concerns. We decide to seek support and understanding when we want to begin to discover ourselves, and to understand who we are …

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Melinda Upshur

The essence of therapy is the experience of it. We will be two people together, talking and listening to one another, present to what is essential and important to you …

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Sarah Byck

If you are struggling with feelings of sadness, hopelessness, anxiety, or have problems forming and maintaining relationships I can help you. Understanding your patterns of behavior and how to manage and change them can bring a renewed sense of well-being …

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Dana Kelso

I imagine that you are experiencing some kind of emotional pain, and are looking for someone to help you make sense of it, and to work through it. Whatever your struggle, a depth therapy is a very powerful and effective means to find your way through to a new place of self-understanding, greater self-acceptance, and hope.
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David Westbrook

Our efforts to protect ourselves from painful feelings often lead to greater suffering. Fleeing from our emotional truth, we unconsciously perpetuate the very distress we seek to avoid, repeating unhealthy relationships or self-destructive patterns of living …

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Miriam Schacter

Disruptive relationships and life events can continue to have distressing effects until they are safely supported and worked through. Our collaborative dialogue can help amplify personal resources and shared sources of support as well as discover perspectives and ways of being to find relief from distress or trauma. …

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