About Susan

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Can Counselling or Psychotherapy Help You?

Are you Confused? Frustrated? Lonely? Stuck? Devastated? Exhausted? Numb? Scared? Anxious? Angry? Resentful? Worried? Overwhelmed? Depressed? or Heartbroken?

 

Are You Looking for Effective Counselling Tools and Strategies to…

Big Allium Faster LoadImprove Communication, Decrease Conflict, Strengthen Relationships, Increase Trust, Gain Clarity, Stop Ineffective Patterns of Behaviour, Reignite Passion, Find Love, Change Your relationship Without Changing Your Partner, Build Self-Esteem and Confidence or Enjoy A Balanced Lifestyle?

 

You’ve Come to the Right Place… Welcome to Susan Blackburn Counselling & Psychotherapy!

 

Susan Blackburn, M.A., C.Psych.Assoc. (Supervised Practice) is an Individual Psychotherapist, Couples Counsellor & Marriage Therapist, a Published Author and a guest Relationship Expert on radio and television with a counselling and psychotherapy private practice in midtown Toronto at Yonge and Eglinton.

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Media credentials include appearances as an expert counsellor and psychotherapist on That Channel’s ‘Extraordinary Women TV’, Roger’s award-winning TV show, The Talking Cure with Dr. Jon Mills, the W Network’s ‘Style by Jury’ and Gail Vaz-Oxlade’s (of ‘Til Debt Do Us Part) show, ‘Princess.

Susan’s counselling, psychotherapy and psychological services are covered by extended health benefits and workplace insurance requiring clients be seen by a Registered Psychologist through her clinical direction and supervision with Dr. Richard Wood, C. Psych., Registered Psychologist.

Grass Faster LoadShe’s a member of the Ontario Psychological Association with a certificate of registration authorizing supervised practice as a Psychological Associate from the College of Psychologists of Ontario, an M.A. Counselling Psychology (Adler School of Professional Psychology), an Honours B.A. Psychology (York University) and a B.Sc. Business (University of Phoenix).

Her evidence-based approach to counselling and psychotherapy integrates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), client-centred psychotherapy, Adlerian counselling, emotion-focused therapy (EFT) and brief solution-focused therapy for wide variety of issues. Methods of therapy include relationship counselling, couples therapy, marriage counselling, confidence counselling, stress management counselling, depression therapy, anxiety counselling, communication skills, conflict resolution skillsself-esteem counselling, and work/life balance counselling.

White Rose Faster Load IIISusan enjoys working with individuals and couples to achieve a sense of overall fulfillment. Using warm and encouraging support, she works collaboratively with clients to rediscover their confidence, find life balance, enhance their relationships and attain more happiness in all aspects of their lives.

As a mother, therapist and former director of a graduate-level private school, Susan understands the challenges facing career-committed professionals, family-oriented individuals and those seeking change for personal development and success.

She lives in midtown Toronto at Yonge and Eglinton with her family. When she’s not practicing counselling and psychotherapy she spends her leisure time enjoying yoga, painting, photography, music, snowboarding, surfing, golfing, cooking, travelling, reading and exploring the countryside north of the city.

 

Are You Ready to Enhance the Quality of Your Life?

Susan Blackburn Counselling & Psychotherapy provides Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Counselling, Marriage Therapy, Relationship Counselling, Affair Recovery and Infidelity Counselling, Marital Therapy, Psychological Services, Psychologist Services, Self Esteem Counselling, Anxiety Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Stress Management Counselling, Depression Therapy and related services by appointment in Toronto at Yonge and Eglinton.

 

120 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 304, Toronto, ON  M4P 1E2  (416) 315-3945

 

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