In-Person & Online Psychotherapy Counselling in Vaughan, Ontario.

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Psychotherapy Solutions For Everyone

InnerSight Psychotherapy Inc. is a psychotherapy clinic, offering effective and comprehensive mental health care and counselling services to communities across Ontario. AnxietyPanic Attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Depression, Marriage and Parenting Issues, Grief, Anger Management, Addictions, Trauma and Abuse are conditions that are difficult to overcome on your own without a supportive psychotherapist in your corner. There is no shame in reaching out for support.

At InnerSight Psychotherapy Inc., our approach to therapy is positive and non-judgmental, practical and interactive, tailored to each unique individual client. In addition to helping treat various disorders, psychotherapy also offers guidance in helping you explore your personality, deeper feelings and thoughts. If you would like better relationships; succeed in your career; the ability to love and accept yourself, then psychotherapy is definitely for you.

InnerSight Psychotherapy’s services are offered in-person sessions at our Vaughan location, as well as virtual telehealth options all across Ontario. Free 20 minute phone consultations with one of our psychotherapists are also available upon request.

InnerSight’s modalities used include but are not limited to Coherence Therapy, IFS Therapy, Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Therapy, Gestalt, Experiential Therapy, Mindfulness, and more. Psychotherapy provides an environment where you can feel safe to examine yourself, explore your feelings, and ultimately be heard and understood.

If you are looking for a safe, professional and supportive environment to work through some of life’s challenges, you are in the right place. InnerSight Psychotherapy is a holistic facility that provides comprehensive mental healthcare services to individuals, families, couples and groups. Whether you are living with a diagnosed condition such as depression or anxiety, you are trying to navigate the challenges of a major life event such as bereavement or job loss, or you are looking for ways to balance your life and achieve a sense of inner peace, we can help you. Please book your appointment today!

Depression Counselling

Depression Counselling

Matters related to the mental and physical effects and causes of depression and anxiety

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Relationship Counselling

Relationship Counselling

Spousal conflicts, parenting challenges and problems with family relationships

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Anxiety Counselling

Anxiety Counselling

Emotional health, encompassing anger, guilt, jealousy, fear, stress and more

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How To Choose Your Therapist

In order to choose the therapist who is going to help you, it is helpful to understand the roles of the various kinds of mental health professionals:

  • A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats mental illnesses. They are able to prescribe medication.
  • A psychologist, or “scientist of the mind”, is someone who is actively involved in researching cognitive and emotional processing, and mental illnesses. They can assess, diagnose, and treat mental health concerns but cannot prescribe medication.
  • The mental health professional that most people see is a psychotherapist. This individual has received specialized training in the non-medical treatment of mental illnesses. The field of psychotherapy can be divided into many categories, including traditional talk therapy, grief counselling, therapy aimed at couples, families and groups, and creative therapies that make use of art, music, dance and other forms of creative expression.
  • Chemistry matters, and sometimes, two people simply do not “gel”. It is important for you to find the psychotherapist who is right for you. In a sense, the relationship you have with your therapist is more important than the methods they use.
  • Remember that you do not have to suffer from a mental illness in order to consult a mental health professional. Anyone can benefit, including people who simply need help with a particular goal.
  • That being said, you should know what treatment methodologies are used by your potential psychotherapist, so that you can work together to devise a treatment plan that is right for you.

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Helping Your Loved Ones With Psychotherapy

It's never easy seeing a loved one deal with issues you find yourself unable to assist with. Recognizing the signs and looking for help is the first step. Lean on our 20+ years of experience to help you help your loved ones.

  • Personal Consultations
  • Online Therapy
  • Relationship Counselling
  • Addictions Counselling
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Pricing Plans

Individual Counselling


  • 1 Session
  • 55 Mins
  • Online or In-person

Individual Counselling


  • 1 Session
  • 75 Mins
  • Online or In-person

Initial Assessment


  • 1 Session
  • 75 Mins
  • Online or In-person
  • Therapeutic (group therapy, meditation, therapeutic exercises, interventions)
  • Leisure activities (nature walks, yoga, lunch, fun and interesting activities)

Couples & Family Counselling


  • 1 Session
  • 90 Mins
  • Online or In-person
  • Personal meeting
  • Support 24 hours

Mental Health Day Retreat


  • Day Event
  • 8 Hours
  • Educational (lectures, discussions, workshops)
  • Therapeutic (group therapy, meditation, therapeutic exercises, interventions)
  • Leisure activities (nature walks, yoga, lunch, fun and interesting activities)

Frequently Asked Questions

Quite simply, you need therapy if you make the decision to see a therapist. This is a personal choice that depends on a lot of factors. Some people seek the services of a therapist to help them through major life events, such as divorce, job loss, or the death of a loved one. Others have difficulties rooted in trauma or mental illness.

But not everyone who decides to see a therapist is having difficulty. Some people simply want to explore ways to make further improvements to lives that are already going well.
Therapy can be extremely beneficial as long as you and your therapist are compatible. Generally, you can tell after one or two sessions whether you and your therapist have the right kind of connection.

It is important to note that therapy is not a quick fix. Although you might start to notice some changes within yourself fairly soon, therapy is a process that, for most people, lasts months or years.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in the medical treatment of mental disorders, and who has the ability to prescribe medication if needed. Psychologists can be referred to as “scientists of the mind”. They engage in research about mental health and mental processing.

A psychotherapist is someone who has undergone the training to provide talk therapy and experiential therapy through non-medical means.

Neither a psychologist nor a psychotherapist can prescribe medication.
Psychotherapy is not intended to be a replacement for friendship. We all need trusted friends we can talk to, seek advice from and spend time with.

Psychotherapy provides the opportunity for you to talk to someone who is completely objective and bound by confidentiality, who has the training to help you work through your thoughts and feelings, and to help you deal with the traumatic effects that sometimes come with delving into painful issues or memories.
It is impossible to put a time frame on psychotherapy. The results – and the time it takes to achieve them – are different for each individual. Instead of giving your expectations a timeline, it is better to allow the process to evolve naturally.
In the early stages of psychotherapy, it may feel as if you are becoming dependent on your therapist. But as you gain the tools and confidence to explore your thoughts and feelings, and to build a positive life and relationships, you will find yourself becoming more emotionally self-sufficient. Many people who start with weekly psychotherapy sessions find that eventually see their therapist once a month, or only when they need to.
Yes. Ontario psychotherapists are regulated by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). An individual may not practice as a psychotherapist without meeting Ministry standards. Any complaints or concerns should be addressed to the CRPO at
Your psychotherapist is bound by confidentiality, and may not disclose any information about you or your sessions to anybody. The only exceptions are if you threaten to kill or harm yourself or someone else, if you report knowledge of abuse on a minor, a senior citizen or a person with a disability, or if a court issues a subpoena for information.
Psychotherapy is not covered by OHIP. However, most private health insurance companies offer policies that cover a portion of psychotherapy fees.

Contact info

Phone number

Phone number

(905) 553-9255


2174 Major MacKenzie Dr W, Vaughan, ON L6A 3Y8


  • Monday to Friday9:30am - 8:00pm
  • Saturday9:30am - 5:30pm
  • SundayClosed

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