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Ria Gulati

MACP (In Progress), RP (Qualifying)

Therapist Intern

Under the supervision of a Registered Psychotherapist 

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Accepting new clients for:

Individual & Couples Therapy

Fees: $75 (individual), $95 (couple/family)

Reduced Fees Available


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 
Narrative Therapy 
Solution-focused Brief Therapy


Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology

- Yorkville University (In Progress)

Bachelor of Science (H) - Psychology and Sociology 

- University of Toronto, Mississauga 

Languages Spoken

About Ria

You deserve to be heard and understood, so let's have a conversation! Life's challenges and uncertainties have a way of weighing us down. In the face of overwhelming difficulties, navigating our personal, professional, and social lives can be difficult. 

Moreover, living with a chronic illness can present unique mental and physical health challenges. It can feel very lonely to manage it all alone. If this sounds like you, I want you to know I hear you. I can help you navigate life and live on your terms in our work together. Ultimately, you deserve happiness and peace of mind, and together we can take steps to achieve your goals.

As a South Asian immigrant in Canada, I have first-hand experienced the struggles of adapting to a new culture while keeping my cultural values intact. One of my goals is to help individuals navigate their new lives as immigrants and find their unique balance. If you feel ready to explore your cultural identity, I invite you to share your story with me.

In our work together, we will collaborate in a safe, respectful, and non-judgmental space. I offer an empathetic, person-centred, and holistic approach through cognitive behavioural therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, and strengths-based therapy. Contact me today for a free consultation, and we will explore your story together!

The greatest glory in living lies not in never failing, but in rising every time we fall

- Nelson Mandela

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