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Lynn Qi, MEd, RP

Registered Psychotherapist, Associate Therapist

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Ratanak Ly

ONLINE & IN-OFFICE

Ratanak Ly

Registerd Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Individual, Couple, Family, Sex/Intimacy

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Online & IN-OFFICE

$170 - $180 (IND. + COU.)

Hmong (Laos), LGBTQ2+, Neurodivergent (ASD, ADHD)

Education:

Masters of Psychology - Adler University

Bachelor of Arts (H), Psychology- University of Guelph

Bachelor of Science (H) Biomedical Toxicology

- University of Guelph

Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program

- University of Guelph

Modalities:

Currently Accepting New Clients
ONLINE ONLY
Reduced Fees Available
Offering Individual Therapy, Couples & Relational Therapy and Sex Therapy

Languages Spoken

About

Ratanak Ly

"The human soul is hungry for beauty; we seek it everywhere - in landscape, music, art, clothes, furniture, gardening, companionship, love, religion, and in ourselves. No one would desire not to be beautiful. When we experience the beautiful, there is a sense of homecoming"

- John O'Donohue

Ratanak practises from an integrative perspective that is trauma informed. His style has been described as gentle, warm, highly collaborative, and strength based. He augments his systemic and relational approach with psychoanalytic/psychodynamic, emotion-focused therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, attachment, solution-focused. Ratanak welcomes the opportunity to work with individual adults, couples, and families.

Ratanak's personal experience as a person with multiple intersectionalities/identities has led him towards the counselling field. With fifteen years worth of experience within community mental health settings, Ratanak understands the importance of providing gentle, compassionate, and highly collaborative support in therapy to his clients

Ratanak's work in the field has shown him the importance that social justice plays in therapy work with diverse clients and how deeply healing these conversations can be for folks. Ratanak supports folks of all genders, sexual orientations and members of the LGBTQQIA2SA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersexed, asexual, two spirit and allied) communities. He also seeks to provide a safe and welcoming space to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) community members. He also works from a trauma-informed approach and perspective that values the importance of safety and trust in his work with his clients.

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