Psychotherapy Referral Service

Find a Qualified Therapist in Toronto

Finding a therapist online should be this easy. You can search our therapist profiles based on your location, therapist's availability, in-person and online sessions, or for couples counselling. You could also choose to browse all of our therapists' profiles. Once you find someone who feels like a good match for your needs, you can reach out to that therapist directly.

Find a Qualified Therapist

Please click on the therapist’s photo or name to view their full profiles. You can also choose a therapist based on their location or therapy delivery method. Online therapy sessions are available.

David

Collins

Registered Psychotherapist

He/Him/His

Accepting New Clients

Congratulations, for taking the first step towards better emotional well-being. Entering therapy can be a daunting decision. What can I tell you that might make this step easier?

In Person Therapy

Rebecca

Gibbins

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

Therapy starts with what is happening for you right now. Perhaps you have something specific you’d like to work on, such as an identifiable feeling or a difficulty; perhaps there is something more vague and less easily articulated going on. Wherever you are, is where we begin.

In Person, Online Therapy

Chris

Werbski

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

I have learned from my own personal struggles, challenges and evolution that seeking support and building trust can bring a person to a place of fulfillment, healing and peace. This contributed to my decision to become a psychodynamic psychotherapist over 20 years ago.

Online Therapy

Dharini

Woollcombe

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

It is my privilege, as a therapist, to join you as you seek a deeper understanding of who you are, what it is you need to move forward, and discover what you need to experience a sense of wholeness. Our journey will focus on creating the internal and external space for you to uncover old patterns and reach for new desires

Online Therapy

Hammam

Farah

Registered Psychotherapist

He/Him/His

Waitlist Available

I’m here to help you overcome anxiety, to feel empowered about yourself, to flourish in your relationships and to facilitate the healing and change you desire in a safe, confidential, creative and compassionate setting. A confidential therapeutic relationship can facilitate the emotional insight and growth you need to move beyond limiting behaviours and reach a level of self-understanding, self-awareness, healing, relating, living and loving you would’ve never thought possible before.

Online Therapy

David

Wiwcharyk

Registered Psychotherapist

Accepting New Clients

Within us all is the ability to overcome the obstacles to a happier more fulfilling life. Sometimes all we need is some help to get there. Together we can explore the path to a more grounded and contented way.

Online Therapy

Debra

Finlayson

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Not Accepting New Clients

The demands of our lives and the pressure we feel can overwhelm us. Even with our best efforts, we can still find ourselves struggling. I welcome you to start where you are. Through weekly sessions, my role as a psychotherapist aims to help you uncover new experiences – a way of seeing something old, newly. A good fit is important to our work. If you’re interested in speaking further, please contact me by phone or email and we’ll go from there.

Online Therapy

Shahroze

Merali

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Limited Availability

I primarily work relationally.  The key thing is to establish rapport; a safe space between client and therapist, as well as a sense of security within one’s own body.  I let the client set the starting place for their therapy.  I feel it is essential to respect the culture and life history of the client.  Also, my training in body-based approaches such as biochemistry and somatic therapy can inform my work with clients who are addressing anxieties, depressions and past traumas.

In Person, Online Therapy

Lisa

Di Diodato

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

“Real isn’t how you are made,’ said the Skin Horse. It’s a thing that happens to you. When a child loves you for a long, long time, not just to play with, but REALLY loves you, then you become Real.” – Margery Williams Bianco, The Velveteen Rabbit

Online Therapy

Karen

Wreford

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

People come to therapy for many different reasons: anxiety, depression, relational difficulties, grief. But at the heart of the decision to seek therapy is often a deep desire for change. And while it isn’t easy, real change is possible through guided discussion with a trusted therapist who can offer compassion, insight and a new perspective. Therapy can help you find a greater sense of personal freedom, can inspire hidden creativity, help you discover renewed energy, improved self-expression and better coping skills. If you want things to be different in your life, therapy can help.

In Person, Online Therapy

Kerri

Adams

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients, Limited Availability

Welcome to my personal bio. The fact that you are researching therapists means you have already taken the courageous first step to self-exploration and the desire to improve your life as your currently experience it. I would be honoured to help you with this exceptional journey and invite you to contact me if you would like more information on how I work with my clients and what you can expect from the therapy process.

In Person Therapy

Cheryl

Fulop

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

We all have the potential to thrive in environments that are accepting and that feel safe to us. Creating a therapy space that allows this to be possible is of utmost importance to me. Within this space, you will be able to become more present, more aware of your thoughts and feelings and more able to take responsibility for your life choices. Whatever challenges you may be facing or relational difficulties you are experiencing that have contributed to you considering a therapy, will be openly met with care and compassion.

Online Therapy

Mina

McCluskey

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

She/Her

Not Accepting New Clients

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” – Carl Jung. Therapy provides a unique opportunity to have someone walk alongside you and help light the way as you forge your own path toward self-discovery, healing, and change. Your courage brought you here. Let’s take the next step together.

I am currently accepting new clients and offering phone and online sessions.

Online Therapy

Barbara

Milroy

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Not Accepting New Clients

Greater self-expression and self-acceptance, more enriching relationships, the possibility of a fuller, more meaningful and creative life—these I believe can be some of the benefits of psychotherapy. Many years of experience working with both individuals and couples confirm my belief that it is within the context of a solid, supportive, collaborative therapeutic relationship that we can find our way back to the fundamental importance of open and honest human conversation.

Online Therapy

Malgosia

Sulowska

Registered Psychotherapist

Waitlist Available

I believe that what brought you here is important. I honour your courage and effort it took for you to get here. Therapy can help. Let’s talk.

Online Therapy

Lisa

Darrach

Registered Psychotherapist

Not Accepting New Clients

Words are very important−they distinguish us as human beings from our fellow creatures. In psychotherapy the particular importance of putting thoughts and feelings into words is unmistakable. Psychoanalytic or psychodynamic psychotherapy is sometimes called the “talking cure.” When you talk in a psychotherapeutic context about what is bothering or upsetting or puzzling you, something can change.

Online Therapy

Carmela

Circelli

Registered Psychotherapist

Accepting New Clients

One of my favorite writers described psychotherapy as an acknowledgment of how difficult life can be. Whatever those difficulties may be for you, if you think that an intimate, engaged, therapeutic experience could help, feel free to contact me.

In Person, Online Therapy

Kevin

Adams

Registered Psychotherapist

Accepting New Clients

In a sense, all therapy — even individual psychotherapy — is family therapy. We carry the voices, gazes, expectations, approvals, disapprovals and the deep connections to those we first knew within us, throughout our lives. Therapy can help to uncover and clarify these links and engender a better understanding of our own motivations, giving us more space to make effective decisions in our daily lives.

I am a psychodynamic therapist, group therapist and trauma specialist, trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and AEDP.

In Person, Online Therapy

Gord

MacLeod

Registered Psychotherapist

He/Him/His

Waitlist Available

We all, in varying degrees, struggle to bring healthy change into our lives. We easily fall into patterns; we gravitate to the familiar even if the outcomes are not in our best interest. If you find yourself struggling with heightened anxiety, depression, creative blocks, I would be happy to meet with you for a consultation and provide more information about how psychotherapy has helped others and might assist you to bring about the change that you seek.

Online Therapy

Dana

Kelso

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Accepting New Clients

You are an intelligent, competent business professional, yet, despite your best efforts, your life isn’t feeling the way you had hoped. Perhaps you are struggling with relationship difficulties at home or at work, career indecision, substance abuse, or chronic anxiety. I specialize in working with people whose backgrounds and struggles are similar to yours.

Online Therapy

Fereshteh

Majidiani

Registered Psychotherapist

Accepting New Clients

The world can be either a meaningful or miserable place, depending on how we perceive ourselves. This perception is usually formed by our mental environment and is responsible for our emotional suffering. Therapy offers a safe place to explore and even remodel our perspective, which brings long-lasting changes to our lives.

I am currently accepting new clients and offering online sessions.

Online Therapy

Ann

LeBlanc

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Not Accepting New Clients

Emotional pain can be a heavy burden to carry. We can work on lifting this burden together. Taking the first step to start to see a therapist is an important one.  A person may be suffering and have been for a long time.  To hope that things can be different and take steps to change your life is brave. My approach to this work is to respect all parts of you, those that the world readily sees and those that can remain hidden. As we navigate this process together, I will work to provide a safe space for you to heal, learn and grow.

In Person Therapy

Stefania

Baresic

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Waitlist Available

“Human beings have an inbuilt propensity toward self-realization. If obstacles are removed, the individual will develop into a mature, fully realized adult, just as an acorn will develop into an oak tree.“ (Irvin D. Yalom, The Gift of Therapy)

In Person, Online, Couples or Family Therapy

Mary Catherine

Travers

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Limited Availability

Traumatic experience occurring in early life, as well as ongoing instances of neglect, loss or unmet need may significantly affect our sense of self. Negative events and maladaptive coping mechanisms act as filters that constrain our development and perceptions of ourselves, others, and the world. But things can get better. Psychotherapy can help us to understand ourselves more fully, develop more satisfying relationships, take risks, and live the lives we long to lead.

Online Therapy

Jeri

Reason

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Limited Availability

Many people gain personal insights through the practice of writing, painting or other art forms. Similarly, psychotherapy can give us a window into unknown facets of ourselves. Some of our feelings, concerns and behaviours may mystify or trouble us. We may have difficulty exploring and understanding these on our own. Psychotherapy sessions are private, collaborative, improvisational, and unique to every client and therapist. I would be happy to speak with you and provide more information about my practice.

Online Therapy

Natalie

Sammut

MSW

She/Her/Hers

Limited Availability

We look to therapy for help in easing what can feel like unmanageable stress in life – brought on by the many challenges of living, such as major life transitions and the difficulty inherent in living with others or, alternatively, the pain of not having others in our lives through loss or conflict.

Online Therapy

Simone

Scott

Registered Psychotherapist

She/Her/Hers

Not Accepting New Clients

Early life experiences inform how we construct and move through our adult lives. But outdated models of relating or patterns of feeling can block growth and fulfillment. In therapy we work to strengthen the essential capacities you already possess, and support new ways of being and relating that better serve you.

Online Therapy

Nick

Diamand

Registered Psychotherapist

He/Him/His

Not Accepting New Clients

We all too often find ourselves on a treadmill of stress, unprepared to make the changes which might enhance our lives. Seeking help in the form of professional treatment from a qualified Psychotherapist is a natural consequence of our desire to discover personal solutions to our perplexing issues – issues that can feel virtually insurmountable if they are not understood and dealt with.

Online Therapy

Linden

Ramdeholl

Registered Psychotherapist

He/Him/His

Accepting New Clients

It is a big step to want to make changes in your life. The journey of self-discovery can happen in the confidential space of my office. My collaborative and empathic approach will allow you to open the “closed doors” of your life in a safe environment.

In Person, Online Therapy

Loading Profiles...

How Site Works

Give yourself time to read through the profiles of each therapist.

As you look through the profiles, notice which therapists draw your attention.

You may choose to filter therapists based on location, availability, couples, online or in person therapy.

Send an email through their online form directly to the therapist you select and set up a time to meet. Most of our therapists are now offering online sessions.

If you have questions about psychotherapy in general, or are unsure about which therapist might be the right fit for you, please contact any one of the therapists.

Therapist Fees

Our services are not covered by OHIP but are modest by industry standards.

Our practitioners typically charge between $100 and $200 per hour, which may or may not include HST.