About Our Clinic

Our Model


Managed by psychotherapists

Our clinic was founded and is managed by psychotherapists. Our managing psychotherapists receive your request and expertly match you to one of our therapists. This model allows us to connect you with a therapist whose experience and approach best fit your specific needs. We match you based on:


Type of therapy most appropriate for your concern Your insurance coverage Their knowledge of the therapists

One Clinic

Our model strives to ensure that clients can feel comfortable and taken care of under our clinic umbrella, attending individual therapy with one of our therapists, and couples therapy with another.

To ensure this we offer comprehensive types and modalities of therapy:


Individual, Couples & Family Therapy

CBT, EFT, Narrative, Gottman-Method, and many others

Regulated Professionals

Our team of therapists are regulated, highly qualified, and experienced.

Their training and experience are all specific to therapy ethics, techniques, and practice. Their skills and training ensure our clinic is able to provide evidence-based and ethical best practice.


Registered Psychotherapists Registered Social Workers

Our Values

Inclusive Therapists and Advocates

We Welcome LGBTQIA2S

Anti-Oppressive and Anti-Racism Frameworks

Continued education to uphold these frameworks

Committed to expanding our resources

our approach








Our office is located on the second floor with a set of stairs.

We offer phone and video sessions for those who are not physically able to access our space.

Please contact us with your queries and concerns and we will do our best to accommodate



We recognize and respect that our clinic is situated on the traditional and enduring territories of: the Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ, the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee.

We give thanks to the original caretakers and occupants of this land for allowing us to live and work on their traditional territory. Covered by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and more recently Treaty 13, Tkoronto is the meeting place and home to many Indigenous peoples.