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Nick Gamble


As a psychotherapist, my job is first of all to listen closely: to learn what the world looks like through your eyes, and how some things are currently not working for you.

Being able to “tune in” in this way to each person’s unique experience is one of the most important things I can offer, and I have been told throughout my career that I am very good at it. It is the foundation that allows trust to develop between us, so you feel comfortable enough to explore painful or difficult issues together.

As we examine the issues that brought you to therapy, we’ll aim to uncover patterns of thought, feelings or behaviour that cause you difficulty. We’ll look at how your present may be influenced by formative experiences in childhood, as well as by your current relationships and social situation. And we’ll seek ways forward that work best for you.

I will check in regularly on how you feel about our progress and our working relationship, and your evolving goals. 

Our work together may last just a few sessions or it may continue for years — you decide. Either way, psychotherapy is a powerful journey that can bring about significant positive changes in how you see and understand yourself, in how you feel, think or act, and in your relationships with others. 

Get in touch today, and we can begin the journey.


I am a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and am a past chair of the Ethics Committee for the Ontario Society of Registered Psychotherapists. I received my M.A. in Counselling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Toronto and Chicago. I continue to take part in trainings to deepen my professional skills.

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