Street Therapy

Counselling, Psychotherapy & Assessments

Online Booking

   Welcome to ​Street Therapy

Counselling, Psychotherapy & Assessments

+1 (888) 977-5820

Coun​sellors & Counselling

Work with clients to find solutions to acute issues by:

    • Using talk therapy, education, and intervention to help change negative behaviours
    • Help you find answers for yourself
    • G​guide how to deal with grief, the death of a loved one, career challenges, family issues and intimate partner relationships concerns
Clients with issues that appear deeply rooted in the past or involve complex mental disorders may be directed to a psychotherapist

Psychotherapists (RPs) & Psychotherapy

Provide longer-term treatment for chronic and recurrent emotional problems and conditions that affect one's emotional well-being.

Psychotherapists address: 
    • Bipolar disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
    • Obsessive-Compulsive disorders
    • Trauma and stressor-related disorders
    • decolonization and racial identity
    • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
    • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Group Offerings

Total Embodied Trauma Therapy 

for BIPOC Women 

(SEPTEMBER 2022) -- To book, email Cindy or call 1 (888) 977-5820 ext. 105


ADHD Support Group 

("Movers, Shakers & Dreamers")

ADHD Group CBT Therapy (partnership with Eastwood Psychologists, Brampton; OCTOBER 2022) -- To book, please go to Eastwood Psychologists

Psycho-Educational Assessments

Psycho-educational assessments do not include autism diagnostic assessments.

Comprehensive psycho-educational assessments for youths between the ages of 5 and 16​ years. A psycho-educational assessment package includes:

  • Intake, testing appointments, and feedback sessions
  • A psychological report providing detailed results of the testing and recommendations necessary for the youth's well-being and educational needsObsessive-Compulsive disorders
Psycho-educational assessments do not include autism diagnostic assessments.

Diversity ​& Equity

Street Therapy provides mental health services for clients across the lifespan.

Our Street Therapists or Clinicians come from diverse academic, religious, spiritual, and cultural backgrounds. Street Therapy is highly aware of its’ social responsibility to respect all people and provide a safe space for clinicians and clients alike to explore and engage in psychotherapeutic relationships. We do not discriminate against people based on gender, religion, age, sex, ethnicity, cultural background or disabilities.

"The meaning of street in all ways and at all times is the need for sharing life with others

and the search for community."

~ Virginia Hamilton