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White Plants

HUMAN KIND...Be both.

Lindsay Katarynych

WELCOME!

Are you tired of feeling down and lost? Are you overwhelmed with worries and negative thoughts about yourself, situations, and the future? Have you been consumed by physical or emotional pain? Are you stressed with everyday situations? Have you recently experienced a loss?

Life can be very difficult; one of the hardest things to do for ourselves is asking for help. Therapy can feel uncomfortable and scary. My goal is to create a safe and calm space where you can feel heard, heal from past experiences and work towards regaining a life you want to live. My passion is to help others build upon on their strengths, confidence and skills to handle any challenge that may come their way. To be human is to be imperfect. My hope is to help others be human and kind to themselves; to create small changes towards self-compassion, self-acceptance and self-love. 

Let’s take that first step together!

You are not alone. 1 in 3 Canadians will be affected by a mental illness during their lifetime (1)
Every year, about 15% of Canadians use health services for a mental illness (2).
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Barrie, ON

Tel: (249) 449-4196

Email: LKcounsellingandpsychotherapy@gmail.com

Hours

Monday to Thursday

10:00am to 5:00pm

1) Canadian Community Health Survey – Mental Health (CCHS – MH), 2012. Percentage of the household population aged 12+ living in the 10 provinces that met criteria for at least one of six mental disorders (including mood disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, and substance use disorders).

2) Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System (CCDSS), August 2019. Mental illness and alcohol/drug-induced disorders (use of health services) (aged 1+); CCDSS data are based on people with a diagnosed mental illness who had contact with the health system during the data collection period, which may underestimate the total number of people diagnosed with a mental illness during a lifetime. Age-standardized rates are age-standardized to the 2011 Canadian population. Crude rates were based on randomly rounded counts to an adjacent multiple of 10.

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