Psychological Services

Practiced with compassion, guided by science

COVID-19 PRIVATE PRACTICE UPDATE

In light of the current social distancing recommendations all in-person counselling sessions have been suspended. Your healthcare is a priority and as such, attempts will be made to minimize disruptions and access to psychological services. Telehealth psychological services can currently be provided to you either over the phone or through a video conferencing platform. Many insurance companies at this time are continuing to provide the same coverage for telehealth psychological services.

Dr. Kadambi is currently accepting a limited number of new clients who are determined to be appropriate for telehealth service delivery. If you are a new client, please email or leave a voicemail and you will be given a time to connect over the phone to discuss your needs.

To learn more about telehealth services click here

What is Telehealth?

Individual Counselling

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Customized Treatments

I provide counselling services that are tailored to suit the needs of each individual client. Commonly...

Couples Counselling

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How Couples Counselling Works

When working with couples, I attempt to create an environment where couples can participate in their...

About Dr. Kadambi

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Biography

Dr. Michaela Kadambi is committed to providing compassionate, caring and scientifically informed...

Stress & Anxiety Disorders
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Panic Disorder is a common psychological problem that affects thousands of Canadians. It is estimated that Panic Disorder will affect 3.7% of Canadians in their lifetime. Psychological treatment can help.

Depression & Mood Disorders
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Cognitive behavioral therapy for mood disorders has been extensively studied and has shown to be helpful in altering problematic thinking patterns and increasing adaptive and healthy behavior.

Infertility & Reproductive Health
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Struggling to achieve and/or maintain a healthy pregnancy can be a devastating and isolating experience. You are not alone. Infertility affects approximately 1 in 6 Canadian couples.