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On March 31, 2015 marked the proclamation of The Psychotherapy Act in Ontario, thereby creating the new College of Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Mental Health Therapists of Ontario (CRPO).  This is great news for the public because for the first time in Ontario Psychotherapy will now be regulated.  This will allow clients to easily differentiate between registered and non-registered therapists during their search for help.  

I am now officially considered a Registered Psychotherapist as well as a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist.  

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Read what Ben Kaplan has to say in this excellent National Post article.  http://news.nationalpost.com/preserve-protect-the-power-and-importance-o...

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Every day I have the privilege of listening to people’s stories of struggle and triumph. A story that is becoming more common is the impact of anxiety on people’s lives. For some, its grip cripples lives, destroys their confidence and causes them to isolate from friends, family and even the world. Others may experience anxiety as a constant worry that at times results in a panic attack. And others see anxiety as regular visitor who just won’t seem to get the message and leave town!

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I regularly post interesting articles on relationships, parenting and mental health. I hope you will find them useful and engaging.  

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For client convenience I am now accepting payment by Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

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I recently had the privilege of officiating the marriage of a friend of mine in NY State.  One does not have to be ordained to officiate a wedding ceremony in NY State. There were a few moments in the ceremony that stand out for me.

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I am frequently asked what the difference is between a Marriage and Family Therapist, a Psychiatrist, or Psychologist. Below is a description of what each professional does:

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I just finished watching “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. It is the story of a boy entering in to a new season of his life - high school. It is a story about the human condition; the deep desire to be accepted, to matter to someone, and to find healing within those relationships. The movie highlights the relationships that profoundly changed the character’s life, both positively and negatively. The beauty of the movie lies in the breadth of relationships the character experienced and what that means to him. It reminded me of the relationships that have profoundly shaped who I am today.