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Abi Awotunde

Location: 52 Village Centre Pl Unit 201, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1V9

City: Mississauga

Province: Ontario

Website: https://bbtherapy.ca/

Specialty: ADHD,Anger Management,Anxiety,Chronic Pain,Codependency,Career related,Family Relations,Depression,Domestic Abuse,Grief,Infedility,Intellectual Disability,Life Coaching,Learning Disability,Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD),Premarital Counselling,Parenting,Pregnancy,Racial Identity,School Issues,Self Esteem,Sexual Abuse,Sexual Identity,Spirituality,Stress,Stress,Trauma and PTSD,Women’s Issues
Demographic Adult 18-64,Teen 13-18,Pre-teen 10-12
Services: Telephone,Video
Taking new clients?: Yes
Some people have been dealt a difficult hand in life which can make pushing forward seem impossible. Challenges like anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, and relational issues can be hard for people to navigate alone. I believe each person has the ability and skill to be able to help themselves, and it is my role to help support people in that process. My job is not to “fix” you, but to guide and assist you in becoming your best self. I have worked in both clinical and community settings with individuals, families, children, and youth from various ages and backgrounds and have learned much about the strength of the people I have worked with. I am a calm, non-judgmental individual that will offer you the space to explore your emotions and internal questions. Trust is an important element to building a healthy therapeutic relationship, and I am committed to ensuring the people I work with feel emotionally safe and comfortable. I utilize a strength-based, trauma-informed collaborative approach to therapy. I am not the expert on your life, you are! My goal is to create a plan with my clients to find solutions to address the challenges in their lives. These solutions are created to be tangible and sustainable, all while being sensitive to how past experiences have shaped you. I help people unlearn habits that may no longer serve them and help them acquire new skills. I do this by using an eclectic approach to therapy to decide what method works best to achieve your goals, because one size does not fit all. Cultural sensitivity, humility and awareness are important elements ingrained in how I practice and I am committed to seeing people from a holistic perspective, because people are complex and multi-dimensional. You don’t have to go through the tough times alone, and if you’re considering therapy, it can be the catalyst to helping you start or continue your healing journey. Ultimately, my hope is for you to receive the support you need. If you think I could be the right therapist for you, please feel free to book a session with me directly, or book a free 15-minute phone consultation if you have any further questions. Even if I may not be the right fit for you, I’d be happy to connect you to someone else who is. Thank you, and I’m looking forward to working together!