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Rachel Fulford


Introduction

Creative, accomplished people often feel a sense of emptiness, and struggle with relationships. An event or problem may spark questions and conflicts about identity and what your purpose may be; or, you may wonder how to build connections and live a more fulfilled life. Speaking honestly and being heard can foster self-enrichment and discovery. 

Psychotherapy helps by providing an opportunity to share your deepest struggles and your day-to-day challenges. Honest reflection allows untapped potential to flourish.

In our fast-paced world, we can default to old patterns and lose track of creativity and spontaneity. You have reasons for the patterns and choices in your life, and these are best addressed in therapeutic conversation, in a confidential setting, with appropriate boundaries, at your own pace.

The person who comes to my Toronto office with a problem also brings its solution, even if it seems inaccessible at first. I facilitate contact with your deepest wishes, needs, values, and fears, without judging or criticizing you. Although at times the work may be painful, it is part of building and (re)discovering a core of health. Your treatment goals will guide how we proceed.

Warning: This work may result in an increased sense of agency in your own life. 


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