Barbara

Milroy

Registered Psychotherapist

RP, CTP Dipl, MA

She/Her/Hers

Barbara

Milroy

Registered Psychotherapist

RP, CTP Dipl, MA

She/Her/Hers

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

I am a graduate of the Centre for Training in Psychotherapy (CTP) in Toronto and I hold a Masters degree in Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology.

Originally from Montreal, je travaille également en français, I work in English and in French. I work with individuals and couples.

In addition to my professional training I am drawn in my ongoing and life-long learning to literature, art, languages and culture, to creativity and the wonder of nature.

Other professional affiliations include:

  • Registered Member, College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
  • Member, Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT)
  • Member, Ontario Association of Consultants, Counselors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP)

Challenges you might be facing

My work is psychodynamically and psychoanalytically based. I also draw on relational and phenomenological perspectives. While I could provide a long list of issues clients have brought to therapy over the years, it is my experience that we are all individuals who struggle in unique ways with our personal histories, our self-esteem, ourselves in relationship with varying degrees of anxiety, fear, confidence, shame, depression,  addictions—and hope. We are all more than our ‘issues’. I look forward to meeting you, and working with you!

What happens in a therapy session

In my experience of psychotherapy, it is in slowing things down and taking time to listen attentively that we develop our capacity to understand our experience. We begin to feel what before we could not; we learn to recognize, make sense of, and reach beyond outgrown patterns of behaviour; we find our words. We dare to try, to trust, and not just repeat; we begin choosing to get out of our own way.  And so we grow.

The Spadina Therapy Centre
37 Spadina Road
Toronto  M5R 2S9

• Conveniently located in the Annex on Spadina Road just north of Bloor Street, steps away from the Spadina Subway Station

Website: http://spadinatherapycentre.com/therapists/barbara-milroy/

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