Independent Practitioners are tenants in the clinic space and are not affiliated with the clinic.
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Most independent practitioners at our clinic are happy to offer a complimentary phone discussion with you to answer your questions and assess if they can help you.
Yvette is an experienced physiotherapist who believes in approaching each patient with a treatment plan individualized to their specific needs and goals.
Yvette provides dedicated one-on-one care throughout your entire session in the privacy of your own treatment room. There are no assistants nor support personnel during your treatment.
Claire has over ten years of experience helping clients meet their goals through the power of food and healthy eating. She is able to draw on her knowledge of nutrition science and counselling techniques to meet your unique needs. She uses aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, empathy, and a judgement-free approach to make all clients feel at home.
Lori has been a dietitian professional for over 20 years. Her mission is to help individuals and families restore their balance with food, start their journey in reconnecting with their diet; and assist her clients understand that food not only nurtures our body, but also the mind and soul and mind.
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Osteopathic Manual Practitioners
Monica’s manual osteopathic approach is directed by each person and their goals. Hands-on work may include sustained touch with light to moderate pressure, joint mobilization, muscle stretching and manipulation, and other techniques depending on treatment needs. Positive outcomes of treatment can include pain relief, improved function, quicker rehabilitation, or chronic symptom management.
Monica considers the person seeking treatment to be the expert in their experience, and her role to provide support, information, resources, advocacy, and goal planning to enable self-efficacy in condition management.
Christine has been practicing manual therapy for over 20 years in Toronto, Canada. She has pursued years of continuing education in manual therapy, focusing on the development of touch, gentle joint mobilization, treatment of headaches and moving the body towards a more self-sustaining state of balance.
Her approach is wholistic in creating a customized client centred plan of assessment and treatment.
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Psychotherapists and Registered Social Workers
Psychotherapy is primarily a talk-based therapy and is intended to help people improve and maintain their mental health and well-being. Treatments can be in individual, couples, families, and group settings. Psychotherapists, using psychotherapy techniques and through a therapeutic relationship, work together with their clients to bring about positive change in the thinking, feeling, behaviour, and social functioning. Individuals usually seek psychotherapy when they have thoughts, feelings, moods and behaviours that are adversely affecting their day-to-day lives, relationships and the ability to enjoy life.