Polly Sidher

Polly Sidher

Psychotherapist / Clinical Social Worker Therapist · Master's (University of Windsor (MSW), 2012)

Member of Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW)

Psychotherapy Provider (Registered Social Worker)

In person Online
Accepting new clients

Are there areas in your life that you'd like to strengthen? Do you feel 'stuck' or in a pattern that keeps you from enjoying & participating in your life fully? Are you also dealing with a chronic illness such as anxiety & depression that are impacting other areas? Would you like a safe & confidential space & time reserved just for you and/or a loved one to process past & current life events, build new coping skills and outcomes with a better quality of life? If so, let's arrange a session after your initial consultation so that I can help YOU help yourself again!
Areas that I specialize in are: anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma, crisis, mental health, family & relationship issues, premarital & marital, divorce & separation, children, tweens, teens & parenting, sense of self & identity work, interpersonal communication, building coping skills/transitioning after major life events and working with blended, mixed-race & newcomer families.
I have over 15 years of local, international & media-related front-line, clinical, advocacy & consultancy experience, skills & knowledge with individuals, couples, & families. I enjoy working with all ages esp. children, adolescents & young adults & I'm passionate about empowering your journey in today's post-modern, fast-paced & ever-changing frontiers.

Primary Practice Location

Moksha Psychotherapy, Counselling & Consulting Services
55 Village Centre Place Suite 204
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z1V9

Phone: (905) 566-5742


Extended office hours: evenings, weekends

Website: http://www.mokshaconsulting.com/ (opens in new tab)

Success Story

Recently "Sara" came in with multiple challenges and barriers which seemed to be increasing for quite some time in her life. She started noticing that she had begun dealing with and experiencing difficulty in many areas of her life. These included: in her relationships, career, and in her relationship with herself.
"Sara", came in with behaviours that were related to anxiety and depression together. However, she identified with her anxious thoughts, feelings and behaviours and less the depressive ones. As we began to process her current behaviours we were able to come up with a treatment plan for her anxiety which she has been able to identify and work on even after her initial sessions for long-term therapeutic support.

Years of Experience


Additional Language Competency

Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu

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