NEW Online group for teens
Starting April 10th!
This group is ideal for those who struggle with anxiety and/or sadness, either related to the Covid -19 pandemic or pre-existing.
We are offering online Teletherapy for those who need support during COVID-19 pandemic.
Please contact a therapist directly:
Meet the team
Dr. Sheri Turrell, C. Psych, Clinical Psychologist, Owner&Director of Life in Balance Therapy
I work with people whose lives are limited by anxiety and other emotional and situational struggles. Through the integration of many types of therapy, I am able to provide personalized treatment with your unique strengths and needs in mind. My clients say my warmth, compassion, and authenticity help them express their needs and emotions so they can improve what matters in their lives. I provide an accepting and safe place for children, teens, and adults of all gender and sexual orientations and identity.
Dr. Lee Unger, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist
I have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and I have been providing clinical assessment and therapy services for adults since 2014. People seek my services because of various difficulties in their lives, such as anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, and other life challenges that often leave them feeling stuck. Using warmth, empathy, compassion, and respect, I build a trusting relationship with clients that helps them use their unique strengths to live more rich and meaningful lives.
Nikolai Pavlov, Therapist in Training
I work with people who struggle with the consequences traumatic experiences, acute stress and variety of problems that come with immigration, like loss of status, social support, self and professional identity. I help people learn how to deal with their inner critic and develop compassion to themselves and their struggles. My clients tell me that I am a safe and supportive therapist who helps them feel more secure and find contact with resources to live a full and meaningful life.
Mary Bell, Social Worker
Mary Bell has worked with adolescents and their families for over twenty years. Since earning her Social Work degree at The University of British Columbia, she has spent the majority of her time at The Hospital for Sick Children. Mary has found her ‘home’ in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), facilitating ACT-based groups with Sheri for almost 10 years and co-authoring two books together. Mary joins Life in Balance Therapy to co-facilitate the Choose Your Life (teen group) and Partners in Parenting groups.
Mary also has a private practice in downtown Toronto, where she works with individuals, couples, and families. To contact Mary at her private practice, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 416-970-5127.