Is Psychotherapy Right For You?

Are you looking for assistance to make positive changes in your life?

Do you want to improve important relationships?

Do you want to reduce stress, anxiety or feelings of depression?

Are you trying to cope with trauma, or a personal or professional life transition, situation or loss?

If so, psychotherapy is an effective method to help you find new solutions, create possibility and bring openness to your life. 

Our Team

Our team

Cleo Haber, MSW, RSW,  Owner and Clinical Director of Cleo Haber & Associates

Stephanie Furlott, MSW, RSW,  Associate at Cleo Haber & Associates

We are both Registered Social Workers with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.  Please click on the drop down menu to find out more about Cleo and Stephanie.

 

Approach

Therapy is a collaborative partnership between you and your therapist, and although we hold a set of expertise, we believe you are the expert in your own life.  We will engage in an open and honest conversation with you when developing your treatment plans and goals.  In our role as psychotherapist, we listen, guide and work from a practical, compassionate and non-judgmental perspective, working to help you connect with your feelings and give language to your experiences.

We believe psychotherapy is a powerful tool to help you connect with your vulnerabilities.  We work with you to uncover emotional patterns that may no longer be serving you and to find new ways of navigating them.  We strive to bring a holistic perspective to the work we do, taking into account all aspects of who we are as human beings and the environment and culture in which we live.  The practice is 2SLGBTQIA+ positive and welcomes diversity.  We work hard to continuously unlearn oppressive ways of being that we grow up internalizing and strive to engage therapeutically with integrity, ethics, wholehearted presence and with the utmost intelligence and skill.  As social workers we are committed to recognizing and working against the impact of systemic racism on the health, safety and wellbeing of black, indigenous and all people of colour (BIPOC).

We use an integrative approach to psychotherapy, which draws on knowledge from a variety of different theories and models.  It is trauma-informed, rooted in anti-oppressive and anti-racist principles and tailored to the individual and the issues they bring forward.  We specialize in attachment based psychotherapies, Emotion Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy and mindfulness-based psychotherapy.

Services

  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Group psychotherapy

We offer an integrative approach to psychotherapy.  Our expertise includes emotion focused therapy, internal family systems therapy, emotion-focused mindfulness therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and couples therapy.  For more detailed information on these approaches, take a look at the “Services” drop-down menu at the top of the page.

We work with adults, young adults and adolescents.

Contact

Our offices are located at 114 Maitland Street.  The building is accessible and conveniently located close to Church and Wellesley streets.  It is walking distance from Wellesley subway station.  Parking is also accessible with the use of the city Green P parking lot across the street from Wellesley subway station.

We would like to acknowledge that the land on which our office is located is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

114 Maitland Street, Suite 506

Toronto, ON M4Y 1E1

P: 647.621.7216

E: cleo@cleohabermsw.com

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