Danielle Gryspeerdt, PhD

Psychologist and psychotherapist, graduated from McGill University, with more than 20 years experience, Dr. Gryspeerdt offers psychotherapy services with a cognitive behavioral approach to adults.

Why do people begin psychotherapy?

People begin psychotherapy for many reasons.
It’s alright not to know exactly why you feel the need to consult a psychotherapist.

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is a treatment intended to ease psychological suffering or difficulty. It can be used by anyone—a child, an adolescent, or an adult—who wants to make significant changes in his or her life in order to feel better. It can involve helping the person to make changes in behaviour, emotions, or habits, find answers to his or her questions, make difficult choices, or better understand or cope with a difficult situation.


Like everyone, you can experience difficult periods or challenges in your life. Often, the support you receive from those close to you—your family, friends, or colleagues—will be enough to help you cope with these difficulties.

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