Therapy Toronto Psychotherapy Definitions

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Therapist Match:
Catherine Carpenko
(Bloor-Christie & Orangeville)
Susan Monteith
(Leaside)
Stephen van Beek
(the Annex)
Sue StJohn
(the Annex)
Camilla Burgess
(High Park)
Wait-Listed
We call it 'wait-listed' when therapists find themselves very busy, and in demand by clients, because of their special experience and skills.


Being 'wait-listed' simply means that they are temporarily unable to provide a regular session time.

They still keep some time open each week for free consultations.

While you may have to wait a while to get a regular therapy appointment, we encourage you to contact wait-listed therapists.

At any given time other clients are finishing their work. You may find that waiting a little fits your own plans and even helps you get ready for the therapy process.

Several of the therapists have waited to begin their own therapy, and they know the value of working with the therapist who most interested them.
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