If you're unhappy with your life,
having relationship troubles,
or no relationships at all...
Finding it hard to get along with people,
Feeling unfulfilled or unappreciated,
Depressed or anxious a lot of the time, EFT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and meditation can make a significant difference.
Happiness is the ultimate goal of human existence, isn't it? The problem is, we often undermine our goal by doing things and thinking in certain ways that make us unhappy. All of our suffering is the result of our response to external situations. Training the mind through meditation and focussed brief therapies can cause radical shifts in our relationship with the world, other people, and ourselves.
I am a
Toronto therapist with many years of experience in EFT, CBT and Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy. As well I lead a weekly meditation class and am happy to teach it to my clients as part of the therapy.
As Psychiatrist Carl Jung said, "What you resist, persists."
Some of my clients have never had therapy before. Others have spent years in traditional therapy sessions, and while they may have gained valuable insights into their situations, they have told me they still felt depressed or anxious. In addition to EFT, I use cognitive behavioural techniques to help control negative self-talk, those invasive thoughts telling you you're a bad person, or defective, or that people won't like you.
I offer face-to-face therapy in a lovely Victorian house on a tree-lined residential street in downtown Toronto. There is free parking at my doorstep and I am close to major forms of transit. I like to think of the therapy room as a place of sanctuary.
I also provide phone and e-therapy for people who can't get away, are on the road a lot or would prefer the ultimate in privacy (using e-mail and instant messaging). My rates are flexible, depending on your financial circumstances. (see FAQ's for details)
"Happiness and suffering are states of mind, and so their main causes are not to be found outside the mind. If we want to be truly happy and free from suffering, we must learn how to control our mind."