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BEACHES THERAPY GROUP

Now Serving You At Two Locations in the Beaches and Leslieville

We are an intimate, down-to-earth Toronto psychotherapy clinic dedicated to providing modern mental healthcare for all ages. Our multidisciplinary team of registered and experienced therapists proactively supports individuals, couples and families through their journeys of self-discovery in a compassionate, welcoming and accessible manner. We help you fully realize the power of healing and thriving. Your experience with us will include:

  • Free initial consultation
  • Confidential online and in person sessions
  • Evidence based treatment
  • Fee coverage by most private insurance plans
  • Discounted rates through our internship program

IN THE MEDIA

The Inside story
Curbing the Youth Mental Health Crisis
Techniques for Managing Anger
Managing Back to School Anxiety During a Pandemic
The Afghan Initiative
Teens & Social Media
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6th Covid Wave

OUR SERVICES

Therapy is an investment in your health and happiness and can improve your outlook, mood and relationships for years to come. You can glean positive change from just a few sessions. Here are the services we offer both online and in-person to residents of Ontario.

Couple & Relationship Therapy

Family Therapy
Family Therapy
Parenting, Child & Teen Therapy
Anxiety & Depression
Self Esteem & Self Development
Self Esteem & Self Development
Trauma & Recovery
Managing Anger
Betrayal, Separation & Divorce
ADHD & Learning Strategies
Bereavement, Grief & Loss

WHAT TO EXPECT

With the first courageous step in contacting us, we will match you with a friendly and skilled therapist with the qualifications and experience to support you. Psychotherapy services are an investment in your health, and they are more affordable than common beliefs. Here’s what you can expect.

INVEST IN YOUR PERSONAL THRIVING

Mr. Rogers was famous for saying, “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone.”

THE LATEST FROM OUR BLOG

Many individuals start out their exploration about human emotions and relationships by conducting research from the discreet comfort of their home. We  publish new blogs frequently on a variety of psychotherapy topics. While you should not consider them substitutes for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, we hope these articles help you to understand your issues better. Always consult with a qualified health care professional about your specific situation.

 

Posted in Divorce, Parenting

Helping Children Transition To Two-Home Living After Divorce

Helping children transition to two-home living after a divorce can take some effort. But keeping their needs at the forefront of your decision-making will allow you to minimize the disruption. Here’s what separated and divorced parents should know.

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Posted in Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Self Care

Does Emotional Eating Get You Down?

Emotional eating occurs when the urge to eat is driven by negative emotions. When the tongue senses delicious food, it activates pleasure responses in the brain and this acts like a powerful antidote for your feelings. Unfortunately, the pleasure niether lasts long nor removes the core problems that triggered your negative emotions.

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Posted in Anxiety, Depression

News-Induced Depression

News-induced depression is on the rise. Why does this happen? We explore why the human brain has a negativity-bias and how it draws us to negative news stories. We also provide strategies for coping with anxiety caused by the general state of melancholia we see in the world.

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