Online Couple Therapy Sessions

Online Couple Therapy Sessions in Ontario by Registered Therapists at Psychotherapy CollectiveA loving relationship can be a source of profound connection and security, and as with many worthwhile aspects of life, requires nurturing. We all bring different perspectives into our relationships, especially our romantic relationships as couples. These perspectives are often based on how couple relationships have been modelled to us within our own families, or our experiences with previous partners. Couple dynamics are also impacted by external factors - like moving in together, financial pressures, or parenting. Whatever the stress or transition may be, working with each other instead of against one another can help couples navigate life’s challenges.

Individual experiences and contextual factors can influence dynamics within a couple’s relationship. Sometimes these dynamics facilitate connection and shared understanding. Other times, these dynamics can lead to difficulty communicating, feelings of isolation, and disengagement. Couple therapy can serve as a space to explore and identify these negative cycles of interaction and to create more helpful communication dynamics.

Couple therapy offers a safe space to facilitate authentic conversations. As couples, when we communicate more effectively, we can explore deep rooted issues and past wounds that may exist. In this process, we gain a deeper understanding of our partners, learn how to support each other through life’s challenges and create a relationship rooted in authenticity, acceptance, and connection.

 

Find a Therapist for Couple Therapy at Psychotherapy Collective

Finding a couple therapist can be difficult. At Psychotherapy Collective, we are committed to facilitating authentic conversations while ensuring that each partner feels heard, understood, and supported. View our psychotherapist profiles below to see if one of our online couple therapist is the right fit for you.

Teresa Smith
MSc, RP

Teresa Smith
MSc, RP

My therapeutic approach strives to honour and validate clients’ own wisdom regarding their emotional experiences. I work collaboratively with clients to navigate their path to healing, carefully and mindfully exploring relationships with partners, family, friends, and oneself in order to develop a balanced mental, emotional, and physical state of wellbeing. I work with individuals, couples, and families.

Chris Pankewich
MACP, RP (Qualifying)

Chris Pankewich
MACP, RP (Qualifying)

At the core of my work with clients we seek to explore our unique responses to three fundamental questions; What direction do I want/need to shift my life towards? What actions can I take to make this a reality? What is getting in the way of achieving this? I believe you know what is truly best for you and my role is to support you through this therapeutic exploration rather than lead it. I work with individuals, couples, and youth 16+.

Julia Biamonte
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Julia Biamonte
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

As a relational therapist I observe the impact relationships and life experiences have in shaping our interactions and external views of the world. I believe therapy is a safe space to be true to who you are, to be honest with your feelings, and to explore your current challenges with the goal of empowering you to reclaim your ideal self. I work with individuals, couples, children and families with an expertise in interpersonal relationships.

Michelle Iacobucci
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Michelle Iacobucci
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

My therapeutic approach is founded on authenticity, trust, openness, warmth, and non-judgement. In revealing my genuine self to clients, I strive to create an environment where you feel comfortable and supported to be true to who you are. I seek to learn about the important systems in your life, how they interact, and the meaning they hold for you. I work with individuals, couples, families, children, and youth.

Magdalena Karakehayova
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Magdalena Karakehayova
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

As a therapist, I operate from a systemic perspective as I believe our relationships with others, society, and ourselves shape our experiences in the world. As an immigrant, I understand the cultural tensions that can arise when acclimating to a Western world. My approach is focused on emphasizing inherent strengths and resiliency to help navigate current and future challenges. I work with individuals, couples, and families.

Rachel Schenk Martin
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Rachel Schenk Martin
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

My work is grounded in kindness to ourselves and others. I strive to foster a safe and supportive environment in order to help you change the narratives of your life. I believe therapy should be a space to recognize your strengths, talents, resources, and unique skills, and use them to achieve your goals. I work with individuals, couples, families, youth, and children.

Cara Briscoe
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Cara Briscoe
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

My approach to therapy is founded on collaboration, drawing from your insights to co-create your path towards personal growth and empowerment. I carry a systemic lens in therapy, exploring the impacts of sociocultural factors and how they shape your identity and relationships. I strive to provide a supportive environment to allow you to connect with your most authentic self. I work with individuals, couples, families, and youth.

Melissa Letourneau
MSc, RP

Melissa Letourneau
MSc, RP

My therapeutic approach is grounded in authenticity, trust, and often humour. I carry a systemic lens, exploring the way culture, community and family shape our experiences and aspirations. I believe people have the wisdom to navigate life’s challenges and as a therapist I strive to help empower clients to facilitate change. I work with individuals, couples, children and families.