divorce separation

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individual divorce & separation therapy includes:​
  • personal recovery, taking time to mourn and heal

  • recognizing losses while discovering healthy ways to meet needs

  • accepting  the reality of new roles and responsibilities

  • creating new rituals

  • finding meaning, authenticity, and courage for next steps


Divorce recovery may include healing, personal growth, establishing social supports, and creating a healthy atmosphere where all members of your family thrive.  Separation and divorce pose unique challenges for maintaining well-being for all members of a family unit. Our team offers therapeutic support for adults during the difficult transition of marital separation and divorce.  We also provide both therapy and psycho-educational resources for co-parents committed to amicable living. 

co-parenting therapy includes:

  • forming stable households and a positive co-parenting relationship

  • establishing mechanisms for adjustments when circumstances shift

  • making plans to tell children about your separation or divorce

  • protecting children through deliberate co-operation, respectful communication, and healthy functioning


Parents are uniquely positioned to create a safe and loving home that represents their values and what is most meaningful to them.  Children thrive when parents are committed to these goals. Families are a system where every member can benefit from psychotherapy during transitional moments. Gains made to one part of a system can positively impact the whole.


Insurance Coverage
Therapy with a Registered Psychotherapist is tax deductible and can be claimed as a medical expense. OHIP does not cover Psychotherapy services. However, some insurance plans will cover Psychotherapy services by a Registered Psychotherapist with the CRPO. Please check with your insurance provider to find out if they will cover your services and a receipt will be issued for you to submit.