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Client Services

Acorn & Anchor Therapy Centre provides in-person Toronto-based therapy, and online Canada-wide (depending on provincial registration) comprehensive therapeutic services to children, teens, adults and families.

All of our therapists are experienced, registered, Master's level Social Workers/Psychotherapists who provide therapy to clients in a comfortable space using individually focused, integrative approaches to support and address a variety of interpersonal issues, neurodiversity related issues, mental health symptomology, challenges with self-management (eating/food issues, addictions, hyper-focus/excessive working, disassociation, hypervigilance, and others) and trauma processing issues. All therapists receive consultation and clinical supervision from Michelle L. Guy, Clinical Director, and are up to date on current research and "best practice" approaches for the clients they see. Check out the "Our Team" page for a list of therapists and their profile links for more information. 

For more information on our unique services, see below.

To access services, please email us at

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GTIm: Gifted, Talented, Intense-minded, 2e (and their families)

Our clinicians all specialize in working with clients who fit the profile of GTIm: gifted, talented, Intense-minded or 2e individuals. Clinicians have training, research experience, and lived experience as parents and/or individuals who understand the challenges of existential thinking at a young age, heightened alert systems, and cyclic, intense thinking patterns that are difficult to express.  

See quiz for more information about qualities of what we refer to a GTIm. 

To access client services, please email us at

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For young people ages 12-20's: Individual therapy 

Most of our therapists have expertise in working with youth and young adults.

Our online referral and matching process will help to guide you individually, or as a parent or caregiver to find the right fit.

Ultimately, our unique, integrative approach to working with young people allows for agency and self-advocacy for youth, helps the therapist and youth to connect and build trust (a key factor in success of any therapeutic methodology), and supports long-term growth and the ongoing development of healthy adults. 

To access client services, please email us at

For Younger Children:  (5-11), individual and parent & child sessions

Some therapists at the Centre work with young children in individual and/or parent/child sessions using play, art, and creative expression in a child focused space. As with our older clients, we highly value relationship and trust with the children we see and your therapist will discuss confidentiality policies and best practice for younger children in the intake process and on an ongoing basis to provide the best care to your child and family.  You may click the links below to see who works with younger children at the Centre. 

To access these services, please email us at


For Parents/Caregivers, & Family Groups: Therapy, Support, Workshops, and Peer Support Groups:

Parent, parent/child/youth, and/or family sessions are available as recommended by your therapist., and after the initial intake and assessment process. We also have parent workshops (for up to 20 participants) and family workshops (for 3-4 families in our workshop space) 


Parent workshops and groups are developed and facilitated by the team and incorporate up-to-date, evidence informed research and knowledge of the subject matter. 

If you are interested in suggesting a topic, OR if you would like us to provide a specific workshop for your own social group, parent association, or for a professional team, please email the Centre 

Contact: for more information.

For info about Psychological testing including Educational Assessments, Gifted, ADHD, ASD, and MH please email for information:

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