Therapy Toronto Psychotherapy Definitions

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Therapist Match:
Susan Monteith
(Leaside)
Leonard Rebick
(the Beaches & West End)
Catherine Carpenko
(Bloor-Christie & Orangeville)
Marsha Berniker
(Thornhill)
Lia Falzon
(midtown Toronto)
Kerry Gordon
(midtown Toronto)
Gui Mansilla
(West End, Etobicoke)
Suzanne M Gard
(the Danforth)
Chris Rookwood
(midtown Toronto)
Lisa Shouldice
(Bloor-Christie & Downtown)
Laura Di Vilio
(the Beaches & West End)
Couples
A couple refers to any two people in what is usually called a 'relationship'.

Not all couples are in a sexual relationship although this is frequently the case.


A couple can consist of two siblings, a parent and child, two lovers, two committed partners, two work
partners or colleagues, a husband and wife, two spouses, and gay, lesbian or bisexual couples.

These people can be at any stage in a relationship; from beginning to relate in deeper ways, through the process of
wanting to better understand and improve the relationship, to undertaking how to end it well.
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