Welcome to the Toronto Mental Health Network

We are a diverse group of therapists working throughout the GTA who have come together to promote mental health in Toronto’s vibrant community. We each offer evidence-based therapy including individual, couples, and family therapy, and we also provide information, resources, and workshops that encourage public conversations around mental health. Our hope is to contribute to a society that recognizes the paramount importance of psychological wellness in personal and professional life.

Our health affects everything we do. But while we’re quick to address physical health problems, we often downplay our mental health needs. Talking to a skilled therapist is a powerful tool for addressing unresolved feelings, challenging unhelpful patterns, and finding inner peace. Therapy can help access the hope and motivation we need to grow in a safe and understanding space. If you are struggling with emotional distress in your personal life, your professional life, or your relationships, please contact one of our skilled therapists. We are here to help.

Our Services

Individual Counselling
Couples Counselling
Group Therapy
Workplace Education

Latest Blog Posts
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Hacking the Unconscious Mind with Behavioural Psychology
If you’ve struggled with anxiety and depression, you know how frustratingly difficult they can be to treat. The symptoms just keep coming back, no matter how much self-care or positive...
On Resilience
Resilience is a complex idea being studied from many fields. The essential question is, what enables someone to overcome a challenge instead of succumbing to it? Our genes, environment, social...
Some Basic Information About Emotion
What is an emotion, anyway? We all know what it feels like to be seized by anger or to become giddy with excitement. But we don’t often contemplate the mechanisms...
TED Talk: How to break bad habits
Could practicing mindfulness and curiosity be helpful in breaking bad habits? Psychiatrist and addiction expert Judson Brewer seems to think so. Check out this TED Talk in which he discusses...