Welcome to Counselling in Hamilton

Stephanie Park, Registered Psychotherapist

Stephanie Park, Registered Psychotherapist 

People come to me with problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, grief and loss, low self-esteem, relationship challenges and difficulties with life transitions; problems that ail most of us at one point or another.

I am a Registered Psychotherapist offering individual therapy to adults in Hamilton, Ontario. I welcome clients from all walks of life, all ethnicities, and consider myself an ally of LGBTQ folks.

I believe people are resilient, remarkable and adaptable creatures, and that it is normal to need help sometimes. I think of therapy as a journey together through which I support clients to explore, heal and grow.

What makes me unique?

  1. I specialise in using mindfulness-based and body-oriented therapies. These can help you access your innate wisdom and knowing, as well as strengthen your coping skills from within. Although this is talk therapy, I believe that therapy is more effective when linked with embodied experience.

  2. I use image-making in therapy. From mapping out family dynamics to drawing “from the inside out” I love pulling out my big pad of paper, markers and crayons. (No, clients do not have to be “good at art” to try this!)

  3. I’m an individual just like you. Finding a good fit with a therapist is important and really is the make or break factor in whether therapy is useful or not. I invite you to read a bit  about me to see if it strikes any cords.

  4. Though self-descriptions are often lacking, as a therapist I think of myself as direct (no BS), committed, intuitive and heart-centred. Read more about my approach to counselling.

Counselling can actually be fun, expansive, and engaging. I invite you to get in touch to see if we might be a good fit. Contact me to arrange your initial appointment or fill in the “Let’s Get Started” box on the right and I’ll contact you.


Recent Posts

Mental health during Covid-19: art-making February 24, 2021 - This past year has been generous in its offering of chaos and mess. It is so challenging to maintain our mental health during Covid-19.  I will write more soon about mental health in our pandemic, but in this article I … Continue reading
Beyond candy: find the juice this Halloween October 28, 2020 - Has Hallowe’en has become a bit stale? Typically a bit too full of plastic jack o’lanterns and skulls, over-produced costumes and absurd amounts of candy? For me, yes to both.  This Covid Halloween gives us a chance to shake things up a … Continue reading
Taking new clients beginning September 15th September 6, 2020 - I note with a smirk that my last post (dated late February) announced that I was off on parental leave and not accepting new clients. True enough. What a different ride it’s been though than the one I was envisaging. … Continue reading
Practice update February 24, 2020 - I am currently not accepting new clients. My family and I are happy to announce that we are welcoming a new child into our family in March and I will be taking a modified version of parental leave. In April … Continue reading
Climate change anxiety and what to do about it October 10, 2019 - In the last year I’ve had my first few client presenting with what boils down at least in significant part, to climate change anxiety. Clients have been presenting with panic, overwhelm, insomnia, and an incline towards depressive symptoms. Their dominating … Continue reading

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