Kathryn (Kathy) Mosbaugh
Psychotherapist, RP
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Kathy is a Registered Psychotherapist and Assaulted Women & Children’s Counselor who works comfortably with clients from all cultures, age ranges   (including children), and diverse gender orientations. Her approach is from a compassionate, holistic, feminist, client-centered focus, where each client has the  opportunity to move at their own pace toward understanding, integrating and actualizing self-awareness. She has extensive experience working with women and children who have experienced physical, sexual and emotional abuse, and with LGBTQ2+ clients who are facing issues including coming out/gender identity and moving through the transgender process. Kathy is also a trained Death Doula. Kathy identifies as queer.

"'Pain is inevitable.....suffering is optional' is an old Buddhist quote which acts as a profound guide to my work with clients. Normalizing pain is necessary as to live is to experience pain,for all of us. What we do with that pain however is individual. My hope for each client in my work is to acknowledge and sit with their pain, while offering insights and tools through therapeutic intervention to allow for a change in the degree of their suffering and in their perspective towards suffering."

Practice Location:
143 Sheppard Ave West, North York, ON, M2J 4M4
Sessions also offered virtually.

Practice Hours:
Weekday Mornings, Weekday Afternoons, Weekends

Education:
Transformational Arts College; George Brown College


Areas of Specialty:

Anxiety Disorders
Aging
Court-Involvement
Depression
Dissociation
Domestic Violence
Emotional Regulation
Family Conflict
Grief
Immigrant Related Issues
Insomnia/Sleep
LGBTQ+ Related Issues
Life Transitions
Mind-Body Work
Other self harming
Parenting
Relationship Challenges
Self-Esteem
Self-exploration
Sexual or Gender Identity
Racialized Individuals
Trauma
Panic Attacks
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
PTSD
Emotional Eating


Therapeutic Modalities Include:

Psychodynamic
Mindfulness
Trauma-Informed
Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Attachment-based
Self-Compassion Practice
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Play Therapy