Referrals are accepted from a variety of sources, including self-referrals, physicians, insurance companies, and
other healthcare providers and related professionals.
Dr. Zohar BenDavid-Streiner, C.Psych
Dr. Gary Goldfield, C.Psych
Dr. Alex Nounopoulos, C. Psych
Dr. Angela Stewart, C.Psych
Dr. Tina Shanahan, C.Psych
Ioana Lazarovici, Dipl.Psych., C.Psych
Dr. Tatiana Nedecheva, C. Psych
Dr. Linda Spence, C.Psych
Dr. Barbara Collins, C. Psych
Dr. Nerehis Tzivanopoulos, C. Psych
Dr. Jeanelle Ali, C. Psych
Registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
Amanda George, M.A., RP
Andrea Stupak, MACP, RP(Qualifying)
Tara MacGillivray, MACP, RP (Qualifying)
Marissa Isenor, MACP, RP (Qualifying)
A member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
Please refer to the FAQs page to read about the difference between psychologists and psychotherapists.
Individual therapy or counseling involves one-on-one meetings with a trained professional in a confidential, safe, and empathic environment. During these meetings, the client has an opportunity to explore their feelings, thoughts, and actions; better understand themselves and others; deal with challenging past memories and/or stressful current life events, set personal goals; and work toward desired changes in their lives. More...
Parent counselling can support parents who are looking for some guidance and information on a variety of child/adolescent-rearing issues. The goal is to help parents deal effectively with behavioral and emotional difficulties their child or teen experience. More...
Couple or marriage therapy is designed to help couples work through relationship or communication challenges, and enhance emotional closeness, and intimacy. The focus of couple therapy is to identify the reasons for dissatisfaction in the relationship, to help clients address or alleviate their relationship issues, and to restore their relationship to a better and healthier level of functioning. More...
Family therapy is primarily concerned with the family as a social unit, in contrast to other psychotherapy approaches which focus mainly on the individual. Family therapists pay attention to the role of wider systems, such as the community and the culture to which the family belongs, and the effects of these systems on clients' lives. More...
Psycho-Educational Assessment & Neuropsychological Assessment
Is your child or teen struggling academically? Do you encounter difficulties performing tasks at work, college or university? Do you or your children have problems with attention, memory, or academic skills? A psycho-educational assessment can help you evaluate your child's or your own learning strengths and weaknesses. More...
An assessment is an important step that helps the clinician understand your concerns, your child’s challenges, or your family’s difficulties. Typically, it will involve both an interview and the completion of questionnaires with the goal of identifying the issues that are most pressing and some of their possible causes. More...
Telepsychology or On-Line Therapy
Telepsychology is the use of digital information and communication technologies to receive mental health services remotely. It is done via a secured video conferencing format using your computer, smartphone, or tablet. More...