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MacGyver Kou, MSC, RP

Registered Psychotherapist,

Associate Therapist, Clinical Supervisor

Pronouns: He/Him/His


Accepting new clients for:

Individual, Couples/Relational, Teen/Adolescent, Family, & Sex Therapy

Fees: $170 (Individual) & $190 (Couple/Family)


Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Dialogic Therapy


Masters of Science, Couple and Family Therapy - University of Guelph

Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program

- University of Guelph

Bachelors of Arts, Psychology- 

York University

Languages Spoken

About MacGyver

MacGyver is a psychotherapist, researcher, and clinical educator that specializes in the exploration of diversity in family dynamics, sexuality & attraction, gender & identity, acculturation & migration, and social justice.  He identifies as a postmodern and poststructuralist clinician that is informed by a wide array of therapeutic modalities with a particular emphasis in Narrative Therapy.  As MacGyver enjoys research and learning, he is also influenced by strengths-based perspectives, attachment, and neuroscience.

Outside of the clinical setting, MacGyver enjoys life through eclectic tastes in music, video games, comic books, film, reading & writing, photography, visual & digital art, sports, and the exploration of cultures, languages & cuisines.

MacGyver has a history working in non-profit mental health and is a faculty member at the Windz Centre for Brief and Narrative Therapy Training. MacGyver is also a clinical supervisor at Your Story Counselling and supervises our masters-level therapist interns who offer sliding scale and reduced fee options.

"Every single person you meet is struggling. ... To recognize that everybody you meet, no matter how expensive their suit is or how serious their expression is, they are looking for significance. They are trying to do the best they can - and they fail regularly. And they're within their own particular battle of their own life, so cut them some slack for that. Don't let them off the hook, but recognize the shared nature of being a human being, and let people be themselves."


- Chris Hadfield

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