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Jennifer Neeb

Registered Psychotherapist

Are you feeling unlike yourself lately? Sometimes we can experience overwhelm, negative moods, frustration, and even physical symptoms as we attempt to navigate so many aspects of life. 

When you want to reflect your true capabilities, uncovering emotional and psychological barriers can not only support your identified goals but enrich your overall well being, relationships, and sense of purpose. 

I use a highly individualized and integrative therapy approach that identifies your strengths, offers evidence-based strategies to fill your toolbox and connects you to a greater sense of empowerment. My approach is both directive and collaborative; a partnership that feels productive and comfortable. We will explore your inner and outer world to understand what needs to shift so you can flourish in your life. I utilize psychoeducation so clients can understand both the why’s and how’s of therapy. It is important that you are well equipped to increase your coping strategies and be confident that you can respond intentionally to the things that happen in your life and feel like yourself again. 


Jennifer is a Registered Psychotherapist and a Yorkville University graduate with a master’s degree in counselling psychology. She has worked in private and group practice supporting clients in their mental health and wellness goals. She has also volunteered with support lines providing crisis intervention. 


Client Focus: Individuals (21+) 

Types of therapy: CBT, EMDR, Trauma informed, Solution Focussed, Person Centered 


(Standard) Stress, Transitions, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Relationships and Mood Disorders

(Specialties) Perinatal mental health, ADHD, ASD, Relationships, Clients who are new to therapy.

More than just my work:

“Your present circumstances don’t determine where you go; they merely determine where you start.” – Nido Qubein

If I had a superpower, it would be the ability to read books at super speed. I always have several books on the go and rarely feel like there is enough time to read as much as I’d like. One of my favourite non fiction books is Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl and one that always makes me laugh is a beach read by Sophie Kinsella titled “The Undomestic Goddess”. 

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