Counselling and Psychotherapy Online via Zoom

Zoom Therapy Toronto

KMA does Counselling Online?


Online Therapy Toronto

We are pleased to share that our full range of services are available online, on Zoom!

How does it work?

Click the “Register Online” button to request an appointment online on Zoom, a PHIPA friendly digital platform that is safe and effective. We will contact you within 24 hours to set you up with a  therapist whose expertise would work best for your needs and whose available times work for you. Use the ‘Register Online’ Button below to receive an email outlining everything you need to know about Zoom counselling, available times, and how quickly you can start.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Online Therapy Q&A:

Therapy is a process that is designed to provoke lasting change in our lives. Through sessions, we gain a greater sense of peace, understanding of the world we live in, and greater resolution of our issues. Here at KMA Therapy in Toronto, we offer a variety of therapies designed to help you achieve your well-being and personal goals. Your goals for therapy will be largely based on what you tell us during your intake session, where we’ll likely ask some of the following questions:

  • Why does Zoom therapy seem like the right choice for you? Why now?
  • What are the things going on in your life right now that have led you to research Zoom therapy at KMA Therapy?
  • What personal, professional, or relationship goals would you like to achieve in Zoom therapy?

Certain therapies like Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychoanalytic Therapy are well known in mainstream culture (think Freud on the couch!), while others are less known but also very effective. Examples of these are Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), and Adlerian Therapy. All of these types of therapy can be started here in Toronto at our offices at Yonge and Eglinton.

While therapy might seem like a large investment of time and finances, it is important to remember that the most important investment is in your life! There might be people in your life who think that “therapy” is a shameful or embarrassing, and they try to make you feel bad for needing help.

However, it’s never shameful to ask for help when you need it. In our therapy offices, you’ll find a pleasant, open, and relaxed vibe that is non-judgmental and where we all strive to improve ourselves. Remember: if you had a cavity, you’d likely visit a dentist. If you have a relationship, career, stress, anxiety, or family issue, seeking therapy is the right thing to do.

We look forward to hearing from you to determine if Zoom Therapy is the right option for you!

KMA Therapy

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KMA Therapy in the Media

Kimberly, our founder, is an internationally recognized expert on relationships and mental health. She has over 1.5 million followers on social media, and has been frequently featured in Canadian and US media outlets including NBC, ABC, Fox and CBC. Her successful Youtube Channel, Ask Kimberly, has garnered over 70 million views and was awarded the Proctor and Gamble award for Best Youtube Content.
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Dr. Kimberly on NBC Baltimore

Kimberly visits NBC Baltimore to discuss a study that suggests your pet preference may be correlated with your dating preferences! She breaks down the differences in traits between dog and cat lovers and who makes a better partner.

Dr. Kimberly at the University of Guelph

In her keynote speech, Kimberly shares what her experiences at Guelph have taught her, her best advice on how to make the most of your university experience, and her outlook on the most important relationship you will have in your life; your relationship with yourself.