Expect me to listen.

Therapy can be a vulnerable experience. I offer clients a compassionate, non-judgmental and non-critical environment to express themselves and explore their private thoughts and feelings. You can expect empathy, strict confidentiality, professionalism, and respect from me.

Expect me to collaborate.

Our work is a partnership, and I’m here to empower you to find your own best strategies and solutions to the issues you bring to our sessions. I am an open-minded, creative, and dynamic thinker, but I won’t tell you what to do. I bring my knowledge, experience, and pro-active attitude to help you identify and implement the change you desire to create your best life.

Expect change.

You’ve come to therapy because you realize something in your life isn’t working. I offer you support and resources to move forward and re-shape your world. I believe therapy is intended to bring about self-knowledge, awareness, and acceptance, but also positive transformation. I’m committed to helping you on your path to growth and change.

Nothing matters more than our relationships. I have been studying, teaching and reflecting on relationships, love, and sex for over fifteen years as an academic, writer, and as a therapist. I’m committed to helping my clients build stronger relationships so they can lead more satisfying lives and feel more connected to the people who matter most.

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BRONWYN SINGLETON, PH.D., RP (Qualifying)

I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the CRPO and have completed workshops in couples counselling and e-therapy. I have a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Toronto, where my areas of specialization were the philosophy of love and sex, phenomenology, and psychoanalysis.
I held several undergraduate teaching positions at the University of Toronto and worked as a writer and editor before I returned to school to earn a Master’s Level Diploma in Psychotherapy.
I bring a depth of personal experience and empathy to my work, having successfully used therapy to overcome my own challenges and personal healing.