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Conditions We Treat
Our Psychologists can help you improve your mental health, navigate the challenges of daily life, and improve overall well-being.
Clinical Psychologists possess a Masters or Doctoral level training in Psychology and are members of The College of Psychologists Ontario, which ensures they meet rigorous guidelines. Psychologists are one of many mental health professionals that are qualified to provide clinically directed treatment in the areas of physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and interpersonal functioning. They also provide psychological testing and diagnosis for patients.
Our Psychologists use a variety of evidence-based approaches to guide our clients towards their individual mental health goals. They hold the highest level of training in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health concerns and cognitive disorders. They are also skilled in working with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.
Psychotherapists are registered health professionals that have completed rigorous training in the theories and practices of helping people improve their mental health.
This training also includes professional supervised internships. Once completed, this allows the professional to register in one of the following Colleges – Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
Our Registered Psychotherapists work with individuals, couples, and families to improve mental health and well-being. They can provide you with assistance by using a variety of evidence-based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral therapy and Psychodynamic therapy, and other specialized modalities that include Dialectical Behavioral therapy, Gottman Method Couples therapy and Narrative therapy.
Clients typically seek assistance from our Psychotherapists when they need a non-biased point of view in their personal life, are in distress, or feel that they are facing problems in any area of their life such as family, relationships, social life, work, and/or career.
You can trust that you will receive expert guidance, advice and effective counselling for your concerns.
Dr. Matthew Bernstein
Ph.D., C.Psych – Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist
Dr. Matthew Bernstein is a registered clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. He offers therapy and assessment services at HealthOne. Over the course of his therapy training and professional experience, Dr. Bernstein has provided diagnostic assessment and treatment to individuals with issues such as anxiety, depression, OCD, insomnia, and those having difficulty coping with stress.
Prior to joining HealthOne, Dr. Bernstein obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Manitoba along with a 1-year predoctoral residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He then completed a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at Toronto Western Hospital/University Health Network (UHN) with a focus on movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease.
|Dr. Matthew can help with:|
Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Insomnia, Stress, Obesity
|Treatment Approach:||Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Mindfulness|
|Works with:||Individuals – Adults|
Nelani aims to create a nurturing, non-judgmental atmosphere for her clients where they can embrace their authentic selves. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and has worked with children, students, adults, and families in various contexts including mental health settings at, residential addiction treatment facilities, and crisis situations. Nelani’s areas of focus include depression, anxiety, relationships, life transitions, self-esteem, trauma, and other mood concerns, among others. She is registered with The Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and is a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW).
Outside of work, Nelani’s hobbies include travelling, exploring new restaurants, relaxing with her loved ones, and fine-tuning her culinary skills.
|Nelani can help with:||Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Racial Identity, Trauma, Life Transitions, Self Esteem, Family Conflict, LGBTQ+, Sexual Abuse|
|Treatment Approach:||Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Mindfulness, Solution-Focused, Narrative|
|Works with:||Individuals, Couples|
BSW, MSW, RSW – Registered Social Worker
Adam has provided counselling for over 10 years working with adults, children, youth, and families in Los Angeles and Toronto. He is a highly experienced Social Worker with specific experience in rehabilitation and chronic pain, providing counselling in regards to anxiety, depression, crisis, and life changes. Adam has trained and practiced in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused, Narrative, hypnosis for anxiety and chronic pain, and family therapy. He strives to work with you in a non-biased, non-judgmental, supportive, and open approach. He also aims to create a caring environment for each one of his patients. By focusing on your values, goals, culture, and lived experiences, he will provide you with an effective and individualized therapy experience.
|Adam can help with:||Chronic Pain/Illness, Family Conflict, Anxiety, Relationships, Trauma, Depression, Insomnia, Life Transitions, LGBTQ+, Anger Management|
|Treatment Approach:||Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment (ACT), Solution-Focused, Narrative|
|Works with:||Individuals, Adolescents & Children, Families|
MACP, RP – Registered Psychotherapist
Ayala is a Registered Psychotherapist who strives to create a warm and empowering environment for her clients. Her goal is to make them feel heard, understood, and valued by using a client-centred approach. Ayala has training in ACT, internal family systems, mindfulness and emotion focused therapy. She works with clients who are navigating mood issues, grief, loss, relationship concerns, and work/life balance. Additionally, she has a particular interest in helping women through pivotal life transitions such as the pre and postnatal stages and the menopausal transition. Ayala has a MEd. from the University of Toronto and is currently completing her certification in Perinatal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International. She looks forward to working with you and helping you achieve your hopes and goals!
She looks forward to meeting you and helping you on your journey to improved health and well-being.
|Ayala can help with:||Gaining insight into your experiences and learning skills to help with navigating life’s journey|
|Treatment Approach:||Integrative treatment approach from evidence based modalities|
MA, RP (Qualifying) – Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Dipl, GIT, RP – Registered Psychotherapist
Heba is a Registered Psychotherapist who graduated from the Gestalt Institute of Toronto. She has helped a variety of clients navigate issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, familial conflict, and relationship issues, and has also worked in hospital settings. Heba believes that therapy can provide a safe space for people to be seen and heard while exploring their feelings, thoughts, body awareness, behaviours, and patterns. She enjoys helping people explore their emotions and become more self-aware. In addition to English, Heba is fluent in Arabic and can offer therapy in both languages.
She looks forward to meeting you and helping you on your journey to improved health and well-being.
|Heba can help with:|
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Familial conflict, Relationship issues, LGBTQ+, Childhood Trauma, Self-esteem
MSW, RSW – Registered Social Worker
Jordanne Amos is a Registered Social Worker who is pursuing a PhD in Social Work at the University of Toronto. She holds a Masters of Social Work (MSW) degree with a specialization in Social Justice and Diversity and a Bachelors of Science degree in Neuroscience and Mental Health from the University of Toronto. She has obtained clinical training from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and has worked in various clinical settings providing diverse and culturally grounded therapy.
Jordanne’s approach to therapy is holistic and rooted in principles of diversity, inclusion, and equity. Grounded in principles of trauma-informed and culturally competent care, Jordanne will work with you to create a warm and client-centered space to explore how life stressors may be impacting wellbeing. Some of her treatment specialties are depression, anxiety, recovery from trauma, substance use and addictions, recovery from abuse/domestic violence, healthy boundaries in relationships, anger, stress management, and exploration of culture and self-identity. Some of Jordanne’s therapeutic modalities include Emotionally Focused Therapy, Multicultural Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, culturally adapted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Informed Therapy.
|Jordanne can help with:|
Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Racial Identity, Substance abuse & addictions, Grief, Relationship Issues
Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Family Systems Theory, Multicultural Therapy
Miranda Elise Klimowski
MACP, RP – Registered Psychotherapist
Miranda is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who graduated from Yorkville University with a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology. She is trained in a variety of therapy methods including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Emotion Based Therapy, and many others which she uses to provide her patients with a unique and personalized experience. Along with this, Miranda takes a holistic, integrative approach in her work and strongly believes in the importance of connecting mind and body. She is highly experienced in providing individual counselling to people ages 18-55+ on topics such as life stressors, relationship issues, self esteem, childhood trauma and difficulties surrounding food. She looks forward to providing you with a nurturing, insightful therapy experience.
|Miranda can help with:||Childhood Trauma, Eating Disorders, Life Transitions, Depression, Relationships, Anxiety, Trauma, Family Conflict, LGBTQ+, Women’s Issues|
|Treatment Approach:||Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour, Emotion-Based, Narrative|
Ramneet is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and with the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW). She holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Windsor with a focus on health, and a Bachelor of Social Work with Honours from York University. Ramneet has extensive experience working with individuals struggling with mental health and addictions, with a focus on anxiety, depression, anger management, self-esteem, domestic violence and trauma. Being CBT certified and working primarily from an anti-oppressive practice lens, Ramneet uses strengths-based, narrative, DBT and CBT approaches during sessions with clients.
In addition to the English language, Ramneet is verbally fluent in Punjabi and Hindi and is able to provide counselling in these languages. Ramneet is aware of barriers faced by young people due to culture and is able to bring a unique perspective to practice, while providing a safe and comforting environment.
|Ramneet can help with:||Substance Use, Domestic Violence, Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Anger Management, Trauma, Racial Identity, Sexual Abuse, LGBTQ+|
|Treatment Approach:||Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Strength-Based, Narrative|
MACP, RP – Registered Psychotherapist
Ramona is a passionate psychotherapist who obtained her Masters in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. Her goal is to help her clients on their journeys of self-exploration and self-growth. She works from a multicultural, nonjudgemental, compassionate, and anti-oppressive lens in order to understand each person’s unique needs. Ramona also values the importance of trust and empathy within therapeutic settings. She uses a variety of therapy modalities in her work including CBT, DBT, SF, EFT, trauma informed, somatic work, attachment theory, and inner child work. In the future, she hopes to expand her practice and give back to her community by educating others and helping them find accessible ways to improve their mental health.
|Ramona can help with:||Emotional regulation, relationship concerns, attachment issues, ADHD symptoms, and improving sense of self and confidence. Work-related stress as well as disordered waiting and body image issues. Mood issues such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar. Self-esteem issues, life transitions, relationships including attachment issues, Trauma, ADHD, career counseling and eating disorders.|
|Treatment Approach:||CBT, DBT, Solution Focused, Narrative therapy, EFT, Psychodynamic, Trauma informed psycho-somatic work|
Registered Social Worker
Richard is a Registered Social Worker who specializes in, and is passionate about, 2SLGBTQ+ mental health and well-being. He earned his Masters of Social Work degree in Mental Health and Health stream from the University of Toronto after earning a Bachelor of Social Work from Toronto Metropolitan University. Richard has over 10 years of experience in community and clinical settings. His areas of expertise are 2LGBTQ+ sexuality and gender identity formation, coming out and negative experiences with culture and community, body image, sexual health, substance use, and abuse, and non-monogamous or polyamorous relationships.
In addition to English, Richard is fluent and offers therapy in Bahasa Indonesia
|Richard can help with:|
LGBTQ+: Sexuality and Gender Identity/Expression, Anxiety, Depression, Relationship issues: non-monogamy and polyamory, Substance use and addiction, Grief and loss, Trauma, Racial Identity
– LGBTQ+ Affirming, Narrative
– Emotional Focused, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Existential
|Works with:||Individuals, Couples, Young Adults|
Jasmine Kwan Yee Tsang
MACP, M.Ed., RP (Qualifying) – Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Jasmine is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who provides culturally sensitive therapy for adults experiencing challenges such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, occupational stress, trauma, relationship and interpersonal issues, and autism. Her aim is to provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to open up about their feelings, identify thinking patterns, and achieve their goals compassionately. Jasmine integrates evidence-based practices and interventions in her work including CBT, ABA, ACT, and DBT.
Outside of work, Jasmine enjoys working out, playing violin and piano, and going out to eat. She also has a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and worked as a Taekwondo Instructor for a couple of years!
|Jasmine can help with:|
Anxiety, Depression, Quarter-Life Crisis, Work stress, Self-Esteem Issues, Relationship issues, ADHD
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Therapy
Individuals – Adolescents & Adults
B.A., RP (Qualifying) – Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Wan is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who is passionate about supporting individuals, couples, and families with their mental health. She is currently completing her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychotherapy from Yorkville University and will be graduating in December 2023. Having travelled and studied in five different countries, Wan values the opportunity to explore diverse knowledge, perspectives and cultural values. She embraces a multicultural and inclusive lens while working with clients, and aims to create a safe and supportive space for them. Some of the approaches Wan uses with clients include Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Narrative Therapy.
Wan can also provide therapy in both English and Mandarin.
|Wan can help with:||
Family care/ family resilience, Communication challenges, Cultural differences/conflicts/ transitions/integrations, Relationship difficulties, Emotional and physical intimacy, Navigating major life transition, Anxiety, Depression
Culturally Sensitive Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy
|Works with:||Couples, Families, Individuals (include young adults, international students etc.)|
MSW, RSW – Registered Social Worker
Lee-Anne Crawford is a registered social worker with a bachelor’s degree in social work from Ryerson University and a master’s degree in social work from York University. She has extensive experience providing mental health services to a variety of individuals, couples, families, and groups. Currently, Lee-Anne works with those struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, post-trauma, relationship issues, and a variety of other life stressors. She utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) techniques to help individuals & couples address problematic areas in their lives.
Lee-Anne is committed to helping individuals manage intense emotions and unhook themselves from unpleasant thoughts so they can live meaningful lives. She looks forward to working with you!
|Lee-Ann can help with:|
Anxiety, Depression, Addiction, OCD, ADHD, Post-trauma symptoms
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT),Motivational Interviewing (MI), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT),Attachment-Based Therapy
Individuals, Couples, Teens, Young Adults, Adults
Stress, Anxiety, Depression
Stress, anxiety, and depression can impact your quality of life. Each of them can be experienced individually or in combination with others, and while they can be overwhelming, a trusted therapist can help.
Stress is a natural human response caused by changes or perceived threats. It can be physically and emotionally draining, causing a person to feel tense and worried, and is often a response to external factors like work or life responsibilities. Anxiety can include symptoms such as worry, fear, and intense nervousness. It can be temporary or chronic and often interfere with one’s quality of life. It can also be related to an anxiety disorder such as generalized anxiety disorder or panic disorder. Lastly, depression is a mood disorder characterized by a persistent feeling of sadness and a lack of interest in daily activities. When these feelings have gone on for 2 weeks or more, it signifies clinical depression.
Grief, Loss, Trauma & PTSD
Grief, loss, trauma, and PTSD are challenging experiences and conditions that a therapist can help with.
Many people experience grief in response to the loss of a loved one. It can bring up many varying and intense emotions such as sadness, anger, disbelief, and confusion. Although it is a natural part of life, it is understandable that support is often needed to get through periods of grieving. Trauma refers to an emotional and/or psychological response to a distressing event that a person has been through. It can present itself through difficult feelings such as shock, denial, anxiety, disassociation, and more. For some people, experiencing a traumatic event can also lead to a mental health condition called PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Symptoms of PTSD can include changes in mood, flashbacks, intrusive thoughts, and trouble sleeping. The person often feels like they are reliving that particular event, which interferes with their quality of life.
Relationships & Family Conflict
A therapist can help you navigate relationships and family conflicts. Whether you are experiencing issues with a partner, loved one, parent, child, or other loved one, having the support and trust of a third party can be incredibly beneficial.
For people who deal with relationship issues, there are many common problems that can arise including infidelity, trust, communication, sexual issues, substance abuse, concerns surrounding breaking up, and more. Within familial units, common problems that can occur may include illness, marital issues, stress, financial, and jealousy, among many others. In these scenarios, open and honest communication is important. It can be helpful to reflect on these experiences with a trusted mental health professional and navigate the best way to address these situations in your life. At HealthOne, we also offer couples counselling and family counselling services so you can address these scenarios with the people you are experiencing them with.
LGBTQ+ & Sexuality
At HealthOne, we are proud to offer therapy services for individuals who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Having a trusted professional who specializes in this type of care can be incredibly beneficial when navigating issues surrounding identity, inclusion, sexual orientation, gender expression, sexual health, and more. Our team will provide completely confidential and safe counselling services in an environment that is comfortable and judgement-free. Having worked extensively with individuals in the LGBTQ+ community, our team understands the unique challenges that you may be experiencing. They can also help you navigate issues such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma, or any other challenges you may be facing. Regarding sexuality, there are many other topics our therapists can discuss with you including sexual dysfunction, sexual anxiety, shame and guilt, and emotional barriers surrounding sex.
Substance Abuse & Addictions
Substance abuse can affect a person’s life and the lives of those around them. Whether it be alcohol, marijuana, nicotine, over-the-counter prescriptions, or another drug, people can often become dependent on one or many of these substances and feel unable to stop using them.
A therapist can address substance abuse issues and provide a safe space for an individual to explore their feelings surrounding dependency and find ways to overcome it. Similarly, a therapist can also help people who suffer from an addiction, whether it is related to gambling, alcohol, drugs, or gaming. Substance abuse and addictions can negatively impact many areas of life including jobs, responsibilities, and relationships with family and friends. Receiving the proper support and care from a mental health professional is one of the first steps you can take towards a better life.
Life Skills and Transitions
Therapy is a great way to improve yourself personally and develop more resilience. By developing stronger life skills, you will find yourself better able to navigate life’s challenges.
Our therapists can help you improve areas such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills, and making decisions. They can also teach you tools and strategies to deal with challenges, stressful situations, and emotions. In addition to this, a therapist can help you deal with transitions that arise in your life. This may include things such as career changes, relationship problems, or coping with the loss of a loved one. It can be incredibly helpful to reflect on how you feel during these transitions and learn healthy ways to cope with negative emotions that may arise during these times. Your experience with a therapist will be safe, and confidential, and allow you to develop a stronger connection with yourself.
HealthOne’s team of therapists offers the support you need to accomplish goals or deal with challenging obstacles in your life. We are committed to providing top-notch help, expert guidance, advice and counseling for the issues you are facing.
Topics you may want to discuss with a member of our team during an individual counselling session include wellness, personal growth, career changes and development, grief and trauma, relationships, eating disorders, mood problems, anxiety, anger management and general mental health.
Our Professionals take an individual and unique approach with each client to assist you in optimizing your life and helping you feel better. The techniques they may use can include standard therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) and Psychodynamic therapy, and other specialized modalities that include Dialectical Behavioural therapy, Gottman Method Couples therapy, Narrative therapy, Expressive therapies and other modalities.
The trusting therapeutic relationship between you and your therapist at HealthOne is developed over time. We invite you to schedule a Complimentary “Meet and Greet” appointment to ask any questions you may have and meet our team before scheduling an initial consultation.
Our therapists specialize in providing Individual Counselling.
HealthOne’s team of therapists can provide counselling to support and help manage issues you may be experiencing in your relationship. Communication, trust issues, relationship anxiety, intimacy, major life transitions, parenting, and dealing with grief are all areas of concern that can be addressed by working with a member of our team.
In couples counselling, you will work with our therapists to develop and improve communication styles, interpersonal effectiveness skills, and emotion regulation techniques. We take a person-centered approach in our counselling strategies and will work with you to build on core values including trust, respect, compassion, acceptance, validation, and understanding.
There are many reasons a couple may initiate marital or couples counselling including; rediscovering passion, marriage issues, learning to navigate disagreements and conflict resolution, concerns in raising children, overcoming financial challenges, to work through infidelity, future planning and creating joint goals, and setting goals together to improve current relationship dynamics.
Assessment from a non-biased therapist can greatly help you resolve these issues and work towards an improved connection with your partner.