Jan Hill

Jan Hill

Professor · PhD (York University, 2001)

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

We all have times when we feel overwhelmed by unexpected changes in our family life, relationships, careers or health - times when strong emotions are difficult to manage alone. Perhaps you are experiencing divorce, looking for a career change, deeply saddening by the state of our planet, or wondering what comes next. Maybe you long for a different life, but don't know what to move towards. You might be a high-achieving professional whose drive for success has left you feeling isolated and disconnected. You may be an exhausted or frustrated parent/partner, or grieving the loss of someone you love. You may be male, female, cis, LGBTQ2SIA.
I work with individuals and couples wanting to overcome life's challenges and restore a sense of wellness and purpose to their life. Together we explore the thoughts, feelings and behaviours that affect the quality of your relationships, your life achievements and your desires for the future. I offer you a safe and compassionate space to be heard.
Depending on your individual needs, we may explore principles of cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness and spirituality. We may use traditional talk therapy, values and strengths-based coaching, hypnotherapy or havening. As a professor, I offer psycho-educational awareness for those who wish. I am here to help you overcome the overwhelm and confusion.


Primary Practice Location

Atkinson Building, York University, Toronto Ontario
4700 Keele Street 4rth Floor
Toronto, Ontario M3J1P3

43.7742707
-79.4931323
individual

Secondary Practice Location

Equine Retreat Centre
332 Palmer Road Main Floor
Madoc Ontario K0K1Y0

44.5950655
-77.5793078

Extended office hours: evenings, weekends

Website: https://janhill.ca/

Years of Experience

28

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