Toronto Psychotherapy Services
Meet Our Therapists
Kennedy McLean, Registered Psychotherapist
Kennedy McLean is a Registered Psychotherapist, a Certified Complex Trauma Professional (CCTP-II) and a non-certified professional member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).
Kennedy practices from a relational, attachment and neurobiological framework. She is a PACT Level 1 trained therapist, who provides online counselling and psychotherapy to individuals and couples facing a wide range of difficulties, including those diagnosed with mental health disorders such as PTSD, Panic Disorder and Substance use Disorder. She also works with those dealing with historical trauma, with first responders, as well as children who have experienced interpersonal traumas. Kennedy also uses EFT and RLT in her couples work.
Learn more about Kennedy here.
Myra Rados is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Professional Art Therapist (DTATI) and Sandplay Therapy Practitioner/Intern (SPI-CAST). Myra works within a supportive, client focused therapeutic approach using both talk and art psychotherapy.
Myra works with a wide variety of clients and is able to help those struggling with many forms of anxiety (OCD, phobias...), grief and loss, and work-related stress and anxiety.
Myra uses many forms of art therapy including CBT-DBT-Mindfulness-Trauma-Informed Art Therapies, as well as Jungian Art Therapy. She specializes in Somatic-based therapies like Guided Drawing © Art Therapy for Healing Trauma and Kalffian Sandplay for the rich archetypal healing it provides for her clients. She specializes in workplace mental health and founded Brief Mindfulness Art Therapy © for frontline employee mental stress/anxiety treatment.
Myra Rados, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Catherine Paul, Registered Psychotherapist
Catherine is an individual and couple’s therapist who takes a client-centered, strength-based approach to therapy. Catherine is a Registered Psychotherapist with CRPO and has worked in diverse environments with clients aged 12 years through the developmental spectrum.
Catherine integrates cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, emotion-focused therapy (EFT), acceptance and commitment therapy, existential therapy, DBT, and psychodynamic therapy. She also utilizes mindfulness, relaxation breathing, and motivational interviewing techniques in her practice. Catherine is a Gottman Level 2 Trained Therapist.
Allison Riddell, Psychotherapy Intern Joins Us September 2021
Why See A Psychotherapist?
There are many reasons why people may seek out a psychotherapist. Psychotherapy is primarily talk-based and is intended to help those interested in self-discovery, self-exploration as well as to improve and maintain mental health. Many people find that psychotherapy is the piece that has been missing in their wellness routine.
Psychotherapy provides a safe place where you can express and understand your feelings, and work through issues in your life to gain clarity without judgment. Talking through your problems and emotions with a licensed psychotherapist allows you to make connections, gain insight, find solutions, improve relationships and attain balance.
If you have experienced loss or been in painful relationships, if you are experiencing panic attacks or struggling with your anger, let me help you. If you have been through a traumatic event, whether you have been diagnosed with PTSD or not, things can get better.
If you are feeling stress or anxiety about work, life, school, kids, or any number of things, your problems matter. If you have been using substances to self-medicate, numb your pain or just zone out and want to explore other options without judgment, I am here to listen. If your struggles are related to codependency, avoidant attachment, life transitions, family dysfunction, unresolved issues of the past, gender, sexuality, body image or anything I have not mentioned, there is a safe space for you here.
In psychotherapy, we work together to identify recurring patterns in relationships, emotions, or behaviours. Over time, the more you talk, the more you reveal, allowing psychotherapy to provide you with the tools to understand yourself and others. With a commitment to therapy and a positive therapeutic relationship, insights are gained that equip you with psychological skills that grow stronger with use. The benefits of therapy not only endure after therapy ends but increase with time.