Toronto Psychology Clinic

A psychology clinic in downtown Toronto providing a range of services that include individual and couples therapy to people of diverse backgrounds and orientations.

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We are a team of registered and supervised Clinical Psychologists, Social Workers and Psychotherapists specializing in individual and couple therapy and psychological assessment.

NEW: Given the COVID-19 situation, we are offering virtual services via confidential video conferencing platform and by telephone.

Our clinicians have advanced training in evidence-based psychotherapy models, and stay up to date on new developments and research that include:

We have experience working with a wide range of concerns that include depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, emotion regulation, self-esteem/confidence issues, anger, work stress, bipolar, problems with communication, problems with sexual intimacy, and relationship stress just to name a few.

Our approach to psychotherapy involves customizing a treatment program for you based on your current concerns and goals. We use a bio-psycho-social systems framework to create a program unique to the challenges you are dealing with, with each team member specializing in issues related to culture and diversity, accessibility and gender.

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“We are passionate about our clients and are dedicated to seeing you reach your full potential”
Dr. Saunia Ahmad,
Director & Clinical Psychologist

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Media & Blog

Globe and Mail

Tips on keeping your marriage together in retirement

Dr. Saunia Ahmad speaks with Globe and Mail about how couples entering retirement can use this time as an opportunity to enhance their relationship. Read Article.

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Toronto Star

‘The city couldn’t be more proud.’ Leafs fans look past the disappointment of another first-round exit

Dr. Saunia Ahmad talks to the Toronto Star about how diehard Leafs fan can cope with the disappointment around  losing the playoffs. Read here

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Saunia Ahmad
Toronto Star

When does Intense grief become a mental disorder? Psychiatrists now have the answer

Grief is normal, but for a small subgroup it can impair their daily functioning. Dr. Saunia Ahmad tells Toronto Star how more people are experiencing collective grief.

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