Kaitlin Winslow

Kaitlin Winslow

Registered Psychotherapist · Master's (Concordia University, 2011)

Psychotherapy Provider (Registered Psychotherapist)
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Member of College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)

As humans, we are all shaped and transformed by the relationships and experiences we've had. When we feel overwhelmed, numb, off balance or tangled up, a kind and patient relationship in therapy can help us find steady footing and clarity again, giving us the resilience to feel trust within, adapt and thrive. Whether you are a child, youth or adult looking to strengthen relationships, build confidence, explore ways to communicate or unravel anxiety, grief, depression, or trauma, I am here as your guide.
As a therapist, I invite curiosity, some humour, mindful awareness and compassion to compliment my training in Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Creative Arts Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and attachment-based play therapies. Rooted in anti-oppressive/anti-racist & person-centred practices, I will take time to understand how past experiences may be impacting your present and centre your goals.
Through genuine connection, you can discover and access all the resources you have available within your mind and body that foster healthier, more satisfying ways of navigating the ups and downs of life. I'd like to accompany you through the challenges you are experiencing and co-create new pathways of transformation. I look forward to connecting with you.


Primary Practice Location


Toronto, Ontario M6B 4J3

43.7018021
-79.4538636
individual

Extended office hours: evenings

Years of Experience

10

Certifications

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level I
Internal Family Systems, Skills and Competencies
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Levels I and II
Theraplay, Level I
Mindfulness with Children and Youth, OISE

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