A woman in a white shirt standing in a park, offers mental health therapy in Ontario at Renu Counselling
Seunghee (Sandy) Cho
Associate Therapist
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)


I Work With

Anger Management
Bipolar Disorder
Body Image
Career Counselling
Cultural Issues
Effective Communication
Grief and Loss
Health Care Worker Mental Health
Immigrant Mental Health
Life Transitions
Racial/ Cultural Identity and Discrimination
Relationship Issues
School Issues
Sleep Issues
Stress Management/ Burnout
Work Issues


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

About Sandy

Life isn’t a linear journey; it’s a complex masterpiece filled with unexpected twists, turns, and uncharted paths. My goal is to guide and support you in not only navigating these curves but also embracing them, as they often lead to the most beautiful and meaningful experiences that foster personal growth.

I genuinely believe that you are the expert of your own life, and I am interested in understanding how you interpret your experiences, what holds significance for you, and how you aim to overcome the challenges you encounter.

I hold a strong belief in the potential for transformation and growth at every juncture in life, as we each embark on a journey to uncover our most authentic selves. My ultimate objective is to establish a safe and nurturing space where this personal growth can thrive, where vulnerability is not just accepted but embraced, where change is cultivated, and where connections are cherished and honored.

My therapeutic approach is deeply client-centered, culturally sensitive, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive, and affirming of LGBTQ+ identities. I provide a welcoming and comprehensive method that draws from various psychological techniques, including acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness.

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