Atia Haq


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Existence can be a struggle, especially for folks holding identities marginalized by the dominant forces in this society. In all the joyful, unnerving, enraging moments, with their coexisting complexities, we sometimes need a place to unpack our experiences. I hope to cultivate space to lay down this baggage and examine, deconstruct and make choices of how we relate to the stories we carry, to each other and to ourselves. As a therapist in multiple contexts supporting youth, adults & families, I have been in solidarity with folks navigating relationships with intersecting experiences of oppression, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, family conflict, self-criticism, and identity. My practice seeks to honour folks’ resistance to trauma + oppression and cultivate momentum towards preferred futures. I am a Registered Psychotherapist with certifications in Couple & Family Therapy and Narrative Therapy. My practice operates from an anti-oppressive and anti-colonial stance, rooted in social justice, that is collaborative, flexible and always evolving. I work on the traditional & ancestral territories of the Anishnaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat, Seneca and Petun Nations.

Services Available

Adolescent, Addiction, Alcohol, Anxiety, Attachment, Bereavement, Depression, Drugs/ Substance Use, Family, LGBTQ2+, Relationships, Self-harm, Sexuality, Self Confidence, Stress, Suicide, Workplace Stress

Modality/Therapeutic Approach

Brief Narrative Therapy, Brief Psychotherapy, Client-centred Psychotherapy, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Feminist, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy


155 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada

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