You work individually with your psychotherapist to reach your goals and bring greater mental health wellness into your life.
You and your partner(s) may meet together and/or individually with your psychotherapist to help you hear yourselves and each other more clearly. You will work on strategies to change patterns of conflict, build intimacy and attachment, and make decisions together about your next steps. Some people seek counselling support after a decision to separate has been made, and your psychotherapist can help you walk through this difficult time more kindly and effectively.
You and your family members may meet together and/or individually with your psychotherapist to help you address patterns of tension, disagreement, or disconnection, and help heal wounds from painful family dynamics.
Work with a psychotherapist who is aware and sensitive to the varied frameworks within poly-identified relationships. This is a trustworthy environment where your psychotherapist understands the issues you bring relationally or individually may, or may not, be concerning your poly-identity, and in which the process will respect your choices.
Therapists-in-Training are completing their Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at OISE. They are supervised by Barbara Brown, RP, BSc Hons, MTS, Clinical Director of Redbird Therapy Centre. Therapists-in-Training provide psychotherapy at a reduced fee.