A woman with curly hair smiling in front of a white wall, registered psychotherapist at Renu Counselling in Ontario.
Helen Yoseph
Associate Therapist
Registered Psychotherapist

Currently accepting new clients

I Work With

ADHD
Adoption/ Interracial Adoption
Anger Management
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Body Image
Borderline Personality Disorder
Career Counselling
Codependency
Cultural Issues
Depression
Effective Communication
Entrepreneur Mental Health
Grief and Loss
Health Care Worker Mental Health
Identity
Immigrant Mental Health
Life Transitions
OCD
Racial/ Cultural Identity and Discrimination
Refugee Mental Health/IFHP
Relationship Issues
School Issues
Self-Esteem
Sleep Issues
Stress Management/ Burnout
Trauma
Work Issues

Languages

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Mindfulness-Based Approaches
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)
Narrative Therapy
Trauma-Informed Approaches
Culturally-Informed Approaches
Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppressive Approaches

About Helen

I am a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). I received my Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and a Specialized Honours Degree in Biology and Psychology from Queen’s University. I am an avid reader and film enthusiast, and overall appreciator of all stories found everywhere.

If there are aspects of your story that you are dissatisfied with or are interested in learning how to process events and unpack experiences to name a few, then therapy might be a worthwhile avenue to explore. I am dedicated to providing accessible and affordable therapy, and committed to both working with you and walking alongside you as you learn and develop the necessary skills to lead a more fulfilling life.

My goal as a psychotherapist is to be an active support and help empower you to address your present concerns. I am passionate about working with individuals of various identities including those from multicultural populations, immigrants, and refugees, as well as individuals belonging to the Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities.

Being vulnerable and opening up is challenging yet necessary for therapeutic change. I hope that in using a culturally-informed and client-centred therapeutic approach we can foster an environment of collaboration and trust, and together build a space where multiple stories can exist.

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