Mio Yokoi, Registered Psychotherapist
What Brings You Here Today?
Perhaps you think too much and get overwhelmed, while also struggling with roller coaster-like emotions.
Or perhaps you are uninspired or stuck and your life is lacking motivation, spark and creativity.
Or maybe you would like to communicate more effectively so that your relationships can be fulfilling and meaningful… or just plain better.
Even amidst the busyness of everyday life, maybe there’s a part of you that often thinks, “There must be more than this….”
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking.
It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
~ Albert Einstein
In the book, “Five Elements of Effective Thinking”, the authors discuss Einstein’s philosophical practice of being curious in his thinking process.
Einstein attributed his success and ability to innovate to his curiosity.
Curiosity and self-examination is a process available to each one of us.
Personal Development is a Very Personal Journey.
Therapy can help to uncover barriers and identify ways to better ourselves.
If you are here, you are likely looking for a therapist to help navigate this process with you.
“The ultimate goal is to help you live a life that is resonant with who you really are, so that you feel more satisfaction, meaning and aliveness on a daily basis.”
The foundation of my work is to help you identify your unique strengths, and to work through the blocks that may keep you from expressing yourself as you would like in your relationships, work and the larger community.
I aim to foster a therapeutic atmosphere that is supportive, empathic and safe.
Within it, we will collaboratively explore your unique life challenges and discover new and more effective ways of coping, changing and growing.
It is my belief that when we take the risk to reach out, we are finding the path toward inner change.
Conveniently Located in Downtown Toronto.
Toronto Therapist Office Location
My office is located in the heart of the downtown core at 49 Elm Street, within walking distance of Bay and Dundas, and Dundas subway station in downtown Toronto.
It is easily accessible by public transit, either by the 505 buses currently running on Dundas Street or Bay Street 6 buses, and by subway on the Yonge-University line. There is also metered street parking, as well as a number of public parking lots located nearby.
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