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 and MA-level therapists specializing in individual and couple therapy and psychological assessment. 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

CBC

CBC Here and Now interviews Dr. Saunia Ahmad

Here and Now radio speaks with Dr. Saunia Ahmad to learn her views on the benefits of a program of research examining CBT adapted for South Asians at CAMH

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Globe and Mail

CAMH to develop CBT for South Asians

Globe and Mail gets Dr. Saunia Ahmad’s opinion on the new initiative at CAMH to develop a culturally adapted CBT for South Asians

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CBC

Alcohol Consumption and Calorie Counting

CBC gets Dr. Kaley Roosen’s expert opinion on providing calorie count labels to alcohol and how alcohol may be replacing food intake.

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