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Meet some of our therapists
All therapists on Maple are Canadian-licensed and practice therapy right here in Canada. Every therapist is here to support you through everyday life challenges.
Rachel specializes in working with individuals struggling with burnout, perfectionism, trauma, grief and loss, self-worth, anxiety and depression. She welcomes her clients into a safe space and supports them in navigating difficult times.
Angela is here to support you with anxiety, depression, relationships challenges and mood disorders while providing a safe space to discuss challenges and build strategies to overcome them.
Carmella specializes in relationships, life transitions, parenting and anxiety. Carmella brings a kind and compassionate approach to her relationship with clients and believes that her clients are experts in their own lives.
Kevin provides psychotherapy to individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, addiction and with difficulties in managing mood and emotions. Kevin takes a compassionate approach to the care of his clients by working to create an emotionally safe therapeutic environment to help his clients work through their difficulties and start their path to recovery.
Sandra believes that we all need support as we navigate life and the process of healing. She believes in seeing people for who they are, not the problems they choose to discuss. Her approach to counselling is holistic and strength-based.
Stacey Van Wart
Stacey provides psychotherapy to individuals struggling with relationships, anxiety, depression and stress. Stacey provides support with compassion and emotional safety and helps identify different strategies to cope with difficult situations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a psychotherapist?
Psychotherapists hold special degrees or certifications in their field and they help patients with a broad variety of mental conditions and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapists use counselling, also known as talk therapy, to facilitate personal change through self-knowledge, emotional acceptance, and growth with the optimal development of personal resources.
What can an online psychotherapist treat?
Maple therapists can help with many things, including but not limited to:
- Managing anxiety
- Exploring depression or low moods
- Discussing relationship challenges
- Addressing work stress
- Helping to navigate life changes
- Increasing focus, performance and motivation
- Exploring grief or loss
What should I expect in my consultation with a psychotherapist?
During your first consultation, you’ll be able to select any topic you wish to discuss with the online therapist. Then, the therapist will gather information about you and your history to properly evaluate your concerns and arrive at a plan to help guide treatment. Each session will be 50 minutes in duration.
What are the advantages of online counselling?
Online counselling allows you to see a psychotherapist from the comfort of your own home through video, phone call, or chat. You’re able to book a visit at a time that's most convenient for you. Or, you can choose to speak with someone as soon as possible — you'll hear back from the therapist directly in 12 hours or less.
Do Maple’s psychotherapists accept insurance?
Many benefit programs cover the fee of consulting with an MSW RSW therapist or registered psychotherapists (RPs) — check with your benefits provider to see if this is something that's available to you. The therapist's license number and credentials will be on your Maple receipt.
Can a psychotherapist prescribe medications?
Psychotherapists are not able to prescribe any medications, as they are not medical doctors. Your treatment may consist of talk therapy, CBT, and other communication-based methods.
Can I see the same therapist every time?
Yes, in order to select the same psychotherapist, you’ll need to book an appointment and select the same psychotherapist each time.
What is the difference between a psychiatrist, psychologist, and psychotherapist?
Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in mental health and psychiatric disorders. They undergo additional training and licensing so that they’re able to diagnose and treat mental illness. Psychiatrists focus on the physical causes of mental illness, as well as the mental health aspects, and can prescribe medications.
Psychologists and psychotherapists, however, are not medical doctors. Psychologists often focus on cognitive behaviour therapy and other behavioural strategies, while psychotherapists often focus on talk therapy. Psychologists and psychotherapists cannot prescribe medications.