Welcome to the Toronto Therapy Network !
(We are also known as "Therapy Toronto" and as "Psychotherapy Toronto")
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Home to more than 30 independent registered practitioners in private practice providing psychotherapy, we are the most visited professional self-referralsource for psychotherapy in Toronto and the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) by psychodynamically-oriented therapists providing many forms of psychotherapy.
All members of the site are authorized by the regulatory Colleges in Ontario to provide psychotherapy.
They are selected on the basis of their skills, experience and attitude.
They have met, and maintain, specific professional criteria to meet the requirements of The Toronto Therapy Network.
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- Location across Toronto and the GTA (Greater Toronto Area, Ontario Canada)
- Free Consultations
- College of Registered Psychotherapists
- Our Team of professionally trained and registered psychotherapists and therapists
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- How to Become a Member of the Toronto Therapy Network
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- Our Fees
- Learn How Therapy Works
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- More about Psychotherapy
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- Useful Community Resource Links
- Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)
- Psychotherapy Definitions and Terms
- Our Policies and Standards, including Professional Development
- Phone and Skype On-line Therapy
- Brief Dynamic Therapy
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