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Email: help@allenfraser.com

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“Allen you have helped me get to ‘better place.’ I like myself more and my personal relationships have improved. Thank you.”  Susan, Toronto

Toronto Psychotherapy & Counselling Services

Toronto-based psychotherapist Allen Fraser, MSW and RSW has been helping individuals and couples since 1974. Counselling (or psychotherapy) will only be successful when you can trust and feel safe with the counsellor.

Although located on the Danforth on the Toronto subway, Allen makes house calls, seriously! Toronto's leading Psychotherapist offers in-home appointments (for a slightly higher fee.)

He believes that “learning to let go of holding on” is the key to growing and moving forward. 

Are you suffering from any of the following?

 

  • Self-esteem, lack of confidence 
  • Relationship issues
  • Work-related stress and burnout
  • Anger, frustration and pain
  • Anxiety
  • Social anxiety / shyness
  • Emotional eating 
  • Addictions
  • Depression
  • Marriage and Couples Counselling
  • Helping parents help their kids
  • Immediate crisis
  • Grief, loss, or bereavement
  • Effects of childhood abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexuality and internet addiction
  • OCD - Obsessive compulsive behaviour
  • Dealing with aging parents

 

It’s important to find someone that you trust, someone you can be comfortable with to share your intimate feelings and thoughts - in complete confidence. Allen has worked with hundreds like you who were looking for help. They too couldn’t go it alone anymore. It is not pleasant to feel alone - to be lonely.

"I have the highest regard for Allen's abilities and understandings. I have no doubt that he can help any individual or couple struggling with emotional and relationship needs." Jon H, Toronto

Allen is grateful for the numerous physician and lawyer referrals but you do not need a referral to see him.

Call Allen at 416-698-8198 or request a consultation.

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"The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem."

 

Theordore Ruben, U.S. Psychiatrist