Rachel Fulford

Registered Psychotherapist

CTP Dipl.

Creative, accomplished people may feel a sense of emptiness, and struggle with relationships. An event may spark questions about identity and purpose; or, you may wonder how to build connections and live a more fulfilled life. Speaking honestly and being heard fosters enrichment and self-discovery.

CAPT Membership Number: 434

Issues I work with

Abuse, Addiction, Anxiety, Bereavement, Career/Work, Chronic Pain, Depression, Divorce Separation, Fertility/Infertility, Grief/Loss, Intergenerational Trauma, LGBTQ, Obsessive/Compulsive Tendencies, Relationships/Family, Sexuality and Gender, Spirituality, Trauma

My approaches

  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Meeting at least once a week in person enables us to reach deeper layers of your story and your current struggles.  We can form an alliance over time, allowing us to be curious about the currents of aliveness that escape ordinary attention.

I work closely with dreams and with the products of your subconscious mind while engaging you in a dialogue that allows you to assert your needs and hear your own inner voice clearly, sometimes for the first time in a long time.  Your subconscious and your emotions also live in your body and your nervous system, and we will attend to verbal and non-verbal signals.

Psychodynamic work involves exploring the dynamics that play out between us and what we can learn about you and your psyche. You may carry and embody more of your history than you realize, and greater insight can help you move forward.  We will keep your strengths in mind while we explore your concerns.

Many people feel pressed for time and easily distracted by technology.  I would ask that you put away/silence any devices during sessions.

Warning: This work may result in an increased sense of agency in your own life.

Office Location

St Clair West and Christie
623 Christie Street
Toronto, Ontario M6G 3E6