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Rory Nicol

Kitchener, Ontario

Rory Nicol

BA w/ a minor in Buddhism, Psychology, and Mental Health, University of Toronto, and Diploma of Completion of the Five Year Training Program in Gestalt Psychotherapy, The Gestalt Institute of Toronto
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Living was manageable before, but something’s changed and now it feels like your emotions are out of control. I work with Gestalt therapy, Brainspotting, and Mindfulness to help you get back to living life again.

Kitchener, Ontario
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Mr. Jeff Barber

Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario

Mr. Jeff Barber

MSW, Wilfrid Laurier University
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Working collaboratively with people to create meaningful change. Working to break stigma that may be attached to accessing mental health support for other men.

Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario
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Nathaniel Khaleel

Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario

Nathaniel Khaleel

MA in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy, Wilfrid Laurier University
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Although Nathaniel uses elements of DBT, CBT, and EFT in his practice, he is most focused on establishing a strong connection with his clients, which is why he’s all for you finding the best fit in a counsellor and offers free 30-minute consultations to take some of the pressure off of you. He believes that feeling comfortable with bringing your whole self to your counselling sessions is a vital part of positive change.

Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario
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Jason Carrasco

Cambridge, Ontario

Jason Carrasco

MSc in Couple & Family Therapy, University of Guelph
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and Co-Founder of Relationship Matters Therapy Centre. The way I work with clients is very person-centred, and collaborative. 

I recognize how we do not live in isolation. We all live in the context of much larger systems and multiple relationships that inevitably have an impact on how we experience the world. 

I like to keep things fair, down-to-earth, respectful, and equitable while creating an anti-oppressive space with clients to talk about the things that really matter to you

Cambridge, Ontario
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Vladimir Rakic

Kitchener, Ontario

Vladimir Rakic

MA in Psychotherapy and Spiritual Care, Wilfrid Laurier University
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach is client-centered, meaning that I am well-versed in a variety of approaches including CBT, EFT, Existential, Narrative, Art and mindfulness-based, culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed and existentially-based methodologies, and utilize them to best fit my clients’ specific needs. I use these perspectives to guide men through various issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction. I also have a Masters and undergrad in Religious Studies, which has allowed me to travel and study with a number of spiritual leaders within Christian, Indigenous, Buddhist and Muslim communities and can incorporate this experience and wisdom into a session if the client so desires.

Kitchener, Ontario
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