Life can get you down in many ways and at many points. At F.R.O.M. Toronto Pain Relief Clinic, we aim to restore and rebalance your physical and mental health so as to return you to your optimal function. Our psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists work hand-in-hand in a multidisciplinary way with our in-house physical rehabilitation team to establish an integrative approach customized to your specific needs.
During your sessions, you will work collaboratively with a therapist to increase your mental, physical and spiritual resilience, helping you to disconfirm negative beliefs, try on new/more satisfying behaviours and improve your overall efficacy, efficiency and self-esteem. Ultimately, this work has the potential to unlock the potential for you to lead and live your life fully actualized.
Please note that OHIP services are accepted, as Dr. Diamond M. Kanji is an MD, and licensed Psychiatrist.
Conditions we treat:
- PTSD/Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Relationship Issues and Family Dysfunction
- Addiction/Substance Use Disorder
- Anxiety o ADD
- Attention Deficit Disorder for adults and children o
- LGBTQ Issues (discrimination, trauma, relationships)
- Life Crises
- Loss, Grief and Bereavement
- Eating Disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia)
- Self-Esteem issues
- Chronic Pain
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, including Group Therapy
- Medication Management via Psychiatry for: ▪ Depression, ▪ Anxiety, ▪ Substance Use, ▪ Smoking Cessation, ▪ Weight Reduction
- Couples and Relationship Therapy/Counseling
- Psychotherapy and case management for a wide range of mental health issues
- Family Therapy/Counseling
- Cognitive-behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Body Image Issue Management/Body-Focused Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based CBT for Anxiety – Depression – Weight Reduction)
- DBT(Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
- Movement Therapy (Tai Chi, Yoga, Meditation)
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Frequently Asked Questions
The psychotherapists have a Master’s Degree in Counseling or related professional fields and are certified by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Psychiatrists are medical doctors specializing in mental health and are licensed by the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons.
At F.R.O.M. Toronto Pain Relief Clinic, we follow a non-judgmental and client-centered approach to care. Our goals are to build a strong therapeutic relationship with you in order to foster trust, connect with you on a deeply therapeutic level, and provide integrative care and wellness to improve your body and mind. We always work collaboratively with you.
• Depression • PTSD/Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder • Relationship Issues and Family Dysfunction • Addiction/Substance Use Disorder • Anxiety • ADHD – Attention Deficit Disorder in adults and children • LGBTQ Issues (discrimination, trauma, relationships) • Life Crises • Loss, Grief and Bereavement • Self-Esteem issues • Chronic Pain
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) helps you become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking so that you can view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a different, more effective way.
OHIP will cover your assessment and follow-up sessions with your psychiatrist. Many health insurance plans cover mental health counselling services to some extent, but coverage can vary widely. It’s essential to review your insurance policy or contact your insurance provider to understand what services are covered, any associated costs, and any pre-authorization requirements. Some clinics and providers also offer sliding-scale fees or other payment options for those without insurance.
During a therapy or counselling session, you can expect a safe and confidential environment where you can discuss your concerns and feelings. The therapist will actively listen, provide support, and offer guidance. Therapy sessions may involve talking, self-reflection, goal-setting, and developing coping strategies. The frequency and duration of sessions will depend on your needs and treatment plan.