Free Phone Consultation with therapist Ian Singer

Ian is happy to talk with any Divorce Angels members by phone at no charge to help you decide if his services are a good fit for you or to help you in figuring out other possible next steps.

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Ian Singer, M.A., M.S.W., R.S.W., is a Registered Social Worker in the province of Ontario. Ian is a Senior Clinical Counsellor at Catholic Family Services of Toronto, where he has been providing individual therapy, couple counselling, and leading groups for people moving through Separation and Divorce since 2004. His private practice is located within the Centre for MindBody Health on Eglinton Ave W, between Yonge and Avenue. Ian is on faculty at The Centre for Mindfulness Studies, where he leads groups in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy. He is also an Instructor in the Applied Mindfulness Meditation Certificate Program at University of Toronto, where he teaches 'Mindfulness of Feelings.' Ian's continuing training has emphasized evidence-based therapies, including Emotion Focused Therapy and Cognitive Therapy.

Ian's approach to therapy is client-centered, which is to say respectful, collaborative, and non-judgmental. The focus is on fostering understanding, healthy coping and wanted change in the present.

As an Associate at the Centre for MindBody Health, Ian’s services are supervised by a Registered Psychologist, and as such, are covered by most extended health benefit plans that cover psychological services.


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Ian co-developed, and for the past dozen years has facilitated, one of Toronto's only professionally-led group programs for separating adults (individuals, not couples): Moving through separation and divorce.

Ian is extremely caring and is passionate about helping people through the process. He is a great listener and has an intimate knowledge of the whole terrain of separation and divorce.

He can help in the beginning: whether the help you need is around coming to a decision about the viability of your relationship or, at the opposite extreme, is around absorbing the news that your partner intends to leave. He can help in the middle: turning a period of massive change and uncertainty into a journey of positive transition and rebuilding. And he can help in getting you to the end: a new beginning and a new stability that feels right to you.