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    It is important to have access to therapy no matter your financial status! This is why we offer reduced-rate therapy with our licensed clinical interns, Harleen and Nitya, who are completing their Masters of counselling, and are supervised by seasoned therapists. They also offer free consultations and sessions are typically reimbursed by extended health insurance plans. Sessions are $80 and sliding scale options are available for those facing financial hardship.

    About Harleen (Ria)

    BA (Hons), MA (Cand.), Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

    Not all moments in life are created equally. Certain times in life are harder than others and can be pivotal in their impact on us. During these times, having the right kind of support can make all the difference. You’re here because you’ve taken a vital first step towards finding relief from what is troubling you, whether that is anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem issues, relationship problems, identity struggles, or stress. You have reached this point to learn ways to cope and to heal, which is what I am here to help you do.

    As a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), I tailor my approach according to your unique needs, which may involve principles from humanistic, cognitive- behavioural, emotion-focused, and psychodynamic perspectives. I seek to build a strong, respectful, and collaborative and authentic relationship with you through a culturally-informed lens.

    While no one can do your inner work for you, who you choose to embark on this journey with can have a huge impact. I may not know what it’s like to walk in every pair of shoes in the world, but I care to understand your experiences walking in yours. If you are seeking non- judgmental and empathetic support on your journey, let’s connect for a meet and greet. I provide therapy in English, Hindi and Punjabi.

    Areas of Practice: Anxiety, Self-Esteem/Self-Worth, Perfectionism, Career exploration, Cultural conflict and exploration, Young professionals, Students, Teens, Life transitions, Burnout, Depression, Teens, Marginalized, Newcomers, South-Asian Community

    Meet Nitya

    Honours Bsc., MACP (Cand.), Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

    Are you feeling overwhelmed with life? Do you find yourself caught in a cycle of worry and doubt, longing for a sense of calm and clarity? Are you struggling with accomplishing your goals?  I specialize in helping individuals like you navigate the complexities of life and mental health challenges. With over six years of experience working with neurodivergent individuals  and their families, I understand the unique struggles you face, and I am here to support and empower you in your journey towards growth, healing, and change. My name is Nitya and as a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), I help individuals like you navigate the complexities of life and mental health challenges. With over 6 years of experience working with neurodivergent individuals and their families, I understand the unique struggles you face, and I am here to support and empower you in your journey towards growth, healing, and change.

    My therapeutic style is eclectic, with elements from person-centered, cognitive behavioural, solution focused, narrative, and family structure therapies. I work with a culturally sensitive, strength-based, holistic, and collaborative approach. We will work together to uncover the root causes of your issues and develop effective strategies for managing them.

     

    I’m not just here to help you cope – I’m here to help you thrive. Together, we will explore your experiences in a safe, authentic, and supportive space, empowering you to create meaningful change and cultivate a life that you want. If this resonates with you, please reach out.

     

    Nitya provides sessions in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu, and also speaks basic Spanish.

    Areas of Practice: Anxiety, Self-Esteem/Self-Worth, Education, Couples Perfectionism, Career exploration, Young professionals, Students, Teens, Marginalized, Newcomers, South-Asian Community and More