Dr. James is a clinical and educational psychologist. Services are provided in English or ASL. They include individual or family therapy, as well as psychological or psychoeducational assessments.
Theresa did HRT assessment training with Raj. She is a registered Psychotherapist, Certified Child and Youth Practitioner and works with children, teens and families. Theresa is also trained as a Death Doula and is a certified Doula with Stillbirthday and is also certifying with Doula Training Canada with an interest in serving LGBTQ families. Theresa… read more »
We are a collective of like-minded LGBTQ* identified mental health professionals who work primarily in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ*) community within Toronto. We represent a group of highly skilled, compassionate psychologists, psychotherapists and social workers who have shared expertise in supporting and promoting health and wellness within an LGBTQ* mental health… read more »
Drop in and appointment based centre for LGBTTIQ2S youth aged 16-29 Support Workers- help with odsp/ow, housing, name changes, employment, etc. Counselling Referrals for community-based services
BC Government organization with mental health therapists and psychologist. Also provides access to a visiting psychiatrist for consultations. Service is funded by the Government.
I am a special care counsellor (SCC) graduated from Champlain College in St-Lambert, Québec. I work in private practice in their home or another location of their choice. My role is to observe, evaluate and create an intervention plan and work on an individual basis or in a group with children aged 3 to 12… read more »
Sexologist and psychotherapist in Montreal and Laval, I am a specialist in transgender health. I receive, in consultation and assessment, teenagers and transgender adults or persons questioning their gender identity. I also offer counseling for family of transgender people (parents, spouses, families, etc.). Based on the assessment, I write letters of recommendation for hormone therapy, as… read more »
Established in 1999, MUSIC is an outpatient clinic in the McGill University Health Centre department of psychiatry. Our mission is to reduce mental suffering related to homophobia, heterosexism and transphobia. In order to do so, MUSIC endeavours to eliminate the societal discrimination against LGBT people, reduce the impact of internalized homophobia and transphobia, and treat… read more »
Supporting children, youth and young adults in gender identity and diversity issues. Our approach is warm, collaborative, and resilience based. The goal of counselling is to support youth and their families as they adjust. Counselling will help guide young people and their families along the journey of gender identity consolidation, and support them as they face… read more »
Youth ages 12-18 and their families can access services. School advocacy, parent education, counselling, and support in accessing hormone therapy if required can be provided. Call our intake line and request a gender-creative counsellor to get connected with services.