Jordan Kritzinger

M.A., Psychotherapy Intern, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

We all face times in our lives where we feel lost, helpless, or insufficient, and in these times a little assistance goes a long way. I believe that when the complexity of our lives becomes disruptive and overwhelming, therapy can be an excellent tool for making positive and lasting changes.

Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, finding motivation, or just want to talk about a personal experience, I am eager to support you along your journey of self-development. I think that everyone can benefit from therapy, no matter how ‘healthy’ you may be. We can always improve our understanding of ourselves and others, our ability to take on responsibility and adapt to changes, to organize our lives and support our communities.

My approach typically begins by developing a clear and mutual understanding of your current situation, and how you would like to move forward in a way that aligns with your specific needs and values. This process involves continuous collaboration, from understanding your contextual background, to planning treatment goals, and determining which interventions to keep or drop. I value your perspective and consider you the ultimate expert of your own life and worldview.

The fact that you’re even here marks a significant step on your journey to healing and self-improvement. Be brave, bold, and even a little playful!


Jordan is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) and a Psychotherapy Intern completing a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. He has a background in mindfulness for relaxation, insight, and the treatment of chronic pain.

Client Focus

Adults, Teens 13+

Types of Therapy

Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused, Mindfulness, Existential Therapy, Humanistic


Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Addiction, ADHD, Trauma/PTSD, Autism, Self-Esteem, Motivation, Chronic Pain, Life Transitions, Spirituality, Men’s Issues.

More Than Just My Work

I enjoy being in nature, spending time with my friends and family, learning new skills, and playing games. My hobbies include biking, skiing, art, and watching podcasts or documentaries.


56 Aberfoyle Crescent
Suite 730
Toronto, Ontario M8X 2W4 (416) 619-0238

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