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Nick is accepting new clients!

Languages: English

Hours: Mondays 12-4pm (in person and virtual); Tuesdays 10am-2pm (in person); Thursdays 10am-4pm (virtual)

Rate: $100 including HST for individuals, $125 including HST for relationships. Rate reductions available

Primary supervisor: Rebecca Barrett-Wallis

Nick Harman
(he/him), JD, RP (Qualifying), MA Candidate
Therapist in Training

Whatever your life’s challenges may be, the right therapist can help you steer through them. 


Maybe you’re anxious about your career, relationship, health, education, or the state of the world. Maybe you’re overwhelmed by how busy you are or how much others rely on you, leaving no time or capacity to pursue your own goals and desires. Or maybe you’re feeling depressed, lonely, uninspired, powerless, or generally unsatisfied with life.


At times, I have experienced each of these obstacles and more. It wasn’t until I found the right therapist that I realized I could have a dedicated co-navigator by my side to chart my way forward. And now, I would love the opportunity to play that role in your life.


My philosophy is to provide client-centred therapy that affirms 2SLGBTQ+ identities, opposes racism and oppression, and promotes social justice. I work hard to always be nonjudgmental, supportive, and empathetic. Drawing upon my lived experience, I apply an integrative approach to therapy using a wide variety of evidence-based tools that are bespoke to each client. My work largely centres on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), a powerful method for compassionately and mindfully accepting what we cannot change, while also committing to creating a more enriching and values-aligned life.


If this sparks your interest, let’s have a short, no-obligation consultation session. I’d love the chance to meet you and see if I can help you navigate a path through today’s challenges and towards your best tomorrow.


Nick holds a JD (law degree), a BA, and is currently completing his MA in Counselling Psychology. He is an active member of the Association of Contextual Behavioural Science, the global community of ACT practitioners, researchers, and academics. Nick is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, which regulates the controlled act of psychotherapy in the province.

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