CBT Toronto

Welcome to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Toronto (CBT Toronto), a results oriented private practice located in Midtown Toronto at Yonge and Lawrence, just steps away from the Lawrence subway station on Yonge Street. Achieve personal and professional success with CBT. The office is dedicated to bringing you cutting edge empirically sound treatment and quickly effect change. The office provides professional, sensible, honest and caring treatment. While many forms of psychotherapy are available, no other psychotherapeutic approach has been found to be more effective than CBT which has the added advantage of reducing recurrence and relapse rates following treatment because you will learn how to become your own therapist. Cognitive therapy has been found to be effective in more than 1,000 research studies. The goal of CBT is to help people get better and stay better. CBT has been adapted and studied for children, adolescents, couples, and families.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy may be right for you.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Toronto provides therapy for children, adolescents and adults as well as couples and family counselling using cognitive behavioural methods of assessment and treatment. As you are aware, there are many kinds of therapy that are available. The exciting news about cognitive behavioural therapy is that it is highly effective. Research has demonstrated that cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is highly effective in treating numerous issues. These issues will be discussed in a positive, supportive, nonjudgmental and collaborative environment in which clients will feel comfortable.

Evidence-Based Treatment for Anxiety, Depression, OCD etc.

Counselling will offer you insight and enable you to make positive changes in your life. Numerous studies show that cognitive behaviour therapy is as effective or more effective than medication in the treatment of depression, anxiety, obsessions and other fears without the negative side-effects of medications. It is superior to other treatments in preventing relapse because clients learn to be their own therapists and recognize if they are beginning to relapse and implement strategies to help themselves. At Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Toronto we have the necessary expertise to help you improve your mood, overcome challenges and achieve your goals. This will be accomplished by providing a focussed approach while working towards tangible results.

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Results Oriented Private Practice

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Conveniently located midtown at Yonge and Lawrence, just steps from the subway!

Contact Sue Sonshine M.S.W. RSW

Registered Social Worker

Sue's approach is professional, compassionate, nonjudgmental and collaborative. Sue stays on top of the field of psychotherapy by maintaining current in the latest methods of service delivery for her clients. Sue is able to offer clients a broad spectrum of treatment services using the latest research based methods of therapy applying cognitive behavioural therapy strategies. These strategies are applied in an individualized manner that is unique to each client's strengths and challenges.

CBT has evolved over the decades, changing to reflect the latest research findings. Sue recently attended the 2015 European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies 45th Annual Conference. She had an opportunity to train with leading researchers and clinicians from all over the world. In addition Sue completed a professional training program in mindfulness based practice.

Memberships & Accreditations

Certified Diplomate with the
Academy of Cognitive Therapy

Certified Cognitive Behaviour Therapist by the
Canadian Association of Cognitive and
Behavioural Therapies

Active member of the
International Association
for Cognitive Psychotherapy

Active member of the
Anxiety and Depression
Association of America

Affiliate member of the
European Association for
Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Active member of the
Association for
Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies