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Christina Gallo (She/Her/Hers)

MACP (In Progress), RP (Qualifying)

Online & Vaughan

Accepting New Clients    


Therapist Intern

(Under the supervision of Registered Psychotherapists Lynn Qi & Judy Lui)

Since I was young, I have always had a strong passion for helping others and making a positive impact on their lives. Growing up, I found great fulfillment in supporting friends and family through their challenges and celebrating their successes. Witnessing the profound impact that empathy, kindness, and support can have on individuals' well-being ignited a deep sense of purpose within me.


This passion for helping others and fostering connections led me to pursue a career as a therapist, where I take immense joy in being a supportive presence in my clients' lives. I believe that everyone deserves to feel heard, understood, and supported, and I am committed to providing a safe and compassionate space where individuals can explore their challenges, grow, and thrive.


It is my mission to create a space for you that is empathetic, compassionate, and free of judgment. In this safe environment, we can explore the challenges you're facing and foster personal growth together. My goal is to empower others to tap into their inner strengths, overcome obstacles, and live fulfilling lives.


I specialize in helping individuals who may struggle with anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues/breakups, self-esteem struggles, communication barriers, difficulties with emotional regulation and attachment styles, learning disabilities, trauma, burnout, and stress. Utilizing evidence-based therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Person-Centred Approach, and Narrative Therapy, I tailor these approaches to meet your unique needs.

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One day, the mountain that was in front of you will be so far behind you, it will barely be visible in the distance. But who you become in learning to climb it? That will stay with you forever. That is the point of the mountain.

- Brianna Wiest

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