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Tina Lackner,MSc, RP, (CPT) (R-CYT) (RYT)

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Play Therapist, Mindful-Meditation Specialist

Clinical Director/Supervisor, Owner

 

Tina understands the complexities of life and the importance of a work-life balance.  As a full-time Professor, researcher, Ph.D. student, wife and most importantly, mom of three teenage girls, she is constantly working on finding the perfect balance.  Tina firmly believes in doing the necessary practices that instill energy, and spiritual connection and sustains a positive attitude and ability to move through life.  Tina practices yoga, mindfulness and meditation on a regular basis, loves forest bathing and going on nature walks, and engages in creative practices such as knitting and painting.  

Tina was drawn to the mental health field at a very young age and has been committed to the field ever since.  After committing ten years to non-profit organizations, Tina opened her private practice in 1999.  Her desire to stay in the academic and clinical fields profoundly informs both practices. 

Tina has done her own therapeutic work to heal from past wounds while ensuring she uses her life experiences to inform her practices and life today.  Another core component of Tina's framework when working with others is a strong relationship foundation.  Tina is a firm believer that it is with this therapeutic relationship that all effective work is done.

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Services Available with Tina:

  • Adult Psychotherapy

  • Teen Psychotherapy

  • Child Play Therapy

  • Couples Therapy

  • Clinical Supervision

  • Mindful Meditation Sessions

 

Tina's Areas of Expertise:

  • Mood Disorders 

  • Anxiety Disorders 

  • Behavioural Disorders 

  • Neurodivergent Disorders 

  • Attachment Issues

  • Relationship Conflict/Conflict Resolution/Intimacy Issues

  • Parenting Issues

  • Stress/Burn Out/Work-Related Challenges

  • Self Esteem/Confidence/Identity Issues

  • Emotional Dysregulation

  • Childhood Issues and Inner Child Work

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