Psychologist in Toronto

Do you ever wonder how your life would be without your present problems? Do you feel ready to engage in positive changes with consistent and reliable guidance?

Our experienced therapists provide a safe and compassionate place to heal and grow. We help clients resolve emotional issues of the past and the present, to open the door to a brighter and more confident future.

I am a registered clinical psychologist based in Toronto, Ontario.

You may find with us therapists based in different areas and at your disposal via online services.

Are you ready to work towards a fuller, more meaningful life? If so, get in touch to book an appointment. 

Dr. Tenenbaum is currently taking some new patients; please note that evening and weekend appointments are not availabe.

All appointments are conducted virtually and Not in person at the moment.

Dr. Tenenbaum’s associates might be available at any time.

Dr. Silvia Tenenbaum

Dr. Silvia Tenenbaum

Clinical Psychologist

Registered Clinical Psychologist in Toronto, Ontario Canada with more than 30 years of experience.

Graduated from the University of Toronto, completed her Doctorate in 2014 in Applied Psychology & Human Development.

*If you wish to contact Dr. Silvia Tenenbaum and Associates, please contact only via e-mail at:

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I work with professional and experienced therapists who assist me and with whom I rely on to provide the best possible care for our clients. Together, we collaborate to create a supportive and empathetic environment where our clients feel comfortable opening up about their thoughts and feelings. By leveraging each therapist’s unique skills and perspectives, we are able to offer a comprehensive and individualized approach to therapy that can help our clients achieve their goals and improve their overall well-being.
Tony Miller

Tony Miller


Services Adults, couples and families

Credentials – PhD (Theoretical Psychology), York University, completion expected in 2024

Registrations – Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO), 2019

Experience – 15 years of experience

Specialities – Family conflict resolution, Trauma, masculinity

Languages – English, Persian (Farsi), Azerbaijani

Marina Borja

Marina Borja


Services Adults, Trauma groups for Men and Women, Relationship conflict

Credentials –BA (Psych) from UDEBA (Argentina), MEd (UofT/OISE) 2016, Post-degree diploma in Attachment in progress

Registrations – Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO)

Experience – 12 years of experience

Specialities – CRPO (Qualifying) Trauma/Abuse, Emotional Dysregulation, Anxiety/Depression, ADHD

Languages – English and Spanish

Daryna Skybina

Daryna Skybina


Services Young adults, individuals across their lifespan, academic students

Credentials – Honours Bachelor of  Science, Master of Pastoral Studies – Certificate of Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy. (graduating in May 2023)

Registrations – Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO), 2022

Experience – 5 years of experience

Specialities – CRPO (Qualifying) Grief and bereavement, mindfulness and immigration

Languages – English, Ukrainian and Russian

Marina Moretti

Marina Moretti


Services Adults from all backgrounds

Credentials – Bachelor of  Human and Social Science, Master of Science in Cognitive Applied Psychology

Registrations – in good standing with CPO

Experience – 3 years of experience

Specialities – Anxiety disorders, PTSD, sleep management, pain management, mindfulness

Languages – English and Italian

Ketty Anggraini-Marshall

Ketty Anggraini-Marshall


Services Teens, adults, and families.

Credentials – BA, MA Clinical Psychology from Adler University, 2023

Registrations – Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO), 2022

Experience – 12 years of experience

Specialities – CRPO (Qualifying) Autism, behavioural issues, cultural diversity

Languages – English, Indonesian and Malaysian

Natalia Couste

Natalia Couste


Services Adults and families

Credentials – PhD from UofT in 2016 | Lifecoaching studies in progress

Registrations – Coaching certificate in progress

Experience – 15 as an academic counselor

Specialities – Women’s issues, life-work balance, sexual diversity

Languages – English, Spanish

Dr. Silvia Tenenbaum

​​​I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist in Toronto, in the province of Ontario. I honour the process of well-being as both my vocation and my profession. I studied at the University of Toronto, where I completed my Doctorate (2014) in Applied Psychology & Human Development at OISE (EdD, MEd, BEd) as well as graduate training in the field of Spanish literature and medieval studies (MA, PhD (BD). I hold an institutional research position as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto.

I have more than 30 years’ experience as a mental health provider in hospital, university, and community settings. I am registered in good standing with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) in the area of Adults.

As a therapist, I treat a wide range of life transitions and incorporate many trauma-informed techniques. I assume a rich cultural context in you, and do not judge the texture of your past or present choices, which translates into an incipient sense of hope and self-acceptance. Collaboratively, we will identify sources of problems and potential solutions. To me, the aim of therapy is to be able to live without therapy.

I tend to be practical and provide tips and tools to manage sources of conflict with grace and sensitivity. I help my clients move from anxiety, confusion, and despair to greater peace, clarity, and optimism. I am actively involved in my profession; I routinely teach, provide budding psychologists with clinical supervision, conduct research, publish manuscripts, and present at various international venues. I keep up to date with current therapeutic practices in order to provide the very best service for my patients. I enjoy my work, and if the time is right for you to engage in a process of change, I would love to work with you. Remember: change is good!

Professional Affiliations

  • College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO)
  • Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)
  • Ontario Psychological Association (OPA)
  • Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP)
  • Ontario College of Teachers (Guidance Counsellor)
  • CA/CBT Association (founding member)
  • International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE)
  • Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto (Post-Doctoral Fellow)


Psychotherapy is a collaborative process used to explore and challenge the issues that stand between you and a fuller, more meaningful life. The ultimate goal of psychotherapy is to help clients address and change the problems that brought them into therapy. I work with individuals, couples, and families to identify areas for improvement and develop the coping mechanisms necessary for their resolution. I am trained and experienced in using a variety of different approaches to therapy and I adapt many techniques according to your needs. I use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for issues such as perfectionism, rumination, and interpersonal conflict, Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) for emotional regulation and anger management, and I use mindfulness-based approaches to therapy such as diaphragmatic breathing and journaling to decrease both anxiety and panic attacks. My job is to work with you to determine the best approach to address your particular concerns within a relaxed, trusting, and collaborative process.

Below are a few of the common issues that I work on with clients.

  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Grief and loss
  • Family conflict
  • Mood disorders (e.g., depression, bipolar disorder)
  • Anxiety-related disorders (e.g. phobias, panic attacks)
  • ADHD
  • Academic underachievement
  • Codependency
  • Problems managing life transitions
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Developing coping skills/finding balance

Psychological Assessments

Our practice specializes in, but is not limited to, the assessment of Learning Disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), as well as Depression and Anxiety.

A thorough psychological assessment is used to measure and observe a client’s behaviour in order to arrive at a diagnosis (if applicable) and guide treatment. An assessment can be helpful to you by providing you with:

  • a better understanding of your current concerns
  • tools and strategies to help resolve problems
  • identification of personal strengths and areas of resiliency
  • additional resources to assist you

Learn more about our comprehensive Assessment Services

Appointments and Fees

Initial Consultation & Ongoing Psychotherapy

All sessions are virtual until further notice.

The first appointment is an opportunity for me to learn about you and your needs, and for you to experience what it is like to work with me. I see clients in person in my office. Online video conferencing or telephone sessions can be provided as necessary for those clients that reside outside Toronto in Ontario.

A typical counselling session is 60 minutes in length. I am currently accepting a very few new patients. The total duration of psychotherapy is something we determine together, through ongoing discussion and review. I take a collaborative approach to therapy and work with my clients to set goals and develop an effective treatment plan.

Cancelled or Missed Appointments

Clients will assume responsibility for the full fee of an appointment that is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice.


Psychological services are not covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). However, our fees are covered (either fully or partially) through most extended health care plans. Payment is made directly to the Psychologist and receipts can be submitted to the insurance company for reimbursement.


Fees for services are consistent with the Ontario Psychological Association’s recommended fee schedule.

My fee is $350 per session. My Associates’ fees are $250 per session. For one-time consultations (for both Canadian and international clients), my fee is $450 for 1.5 hours. When contacting me, kindly indicate if you are interested in a one-time consultation or an initial therapy session. Payment is to be completed at the end of each session. We accept cash, cheque, or e-transfer. Most psychological services are HST exempt in Ontario and are considered a tax-deductible medical expense. A receipt will be issued for all payments.

Sliding Scale

Every year, we reserve a very few therapy sessions for individuals who are unable to afford the full fee. If you need consideration for a sliding scale with one of our Clinical Associates (Clinical Social Worker, MSW RSW), we could discuss your situation.

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