About Margarita Rabinovich

I am registered with the CRPO (College of Registered Psychotherapists in Ontario). I completed my university studies in Psychology in 1992 and since then I devoted close to thirty years to the non-profit and public services organizations offering therapy and counselling before starting a full-time private practice. In the last 15 years, I have also been involved in offering clinical supervision to advanced university students and to other therapists as well as Trauma and Mindfulness workshops and retreats across Canada.

Nurturing interdependence: Understanding Codependent Relationships.

“Intimacy is not something freely given. It requires your attention, willingness, and intentional effort.” - Gillian Florence Sanger  As a psychotherapist, I have witnessed numerous individuals and couples grappling with codependent relationships. Some share that they grew up in a home where parents were engaged in codependent dynamics.   As a trauma

Embracing the Sober Curious Lifestyle. A Journey of Self-Discovery and Wellness.

  I first heard about the "sober curious lifestyle" during conversations with some clients about Depression, Anxiety, Sleep challenges and Alertness. Then, given my curious nature, I looked more in-depth into what that means and why many people concerned about their mental health are introducing this concept in their lives. 

Understanding Emotionally Immature People. A Guide to Coping and Thriving.

M. Nohassi   We often encounter a wide range of personalities and emotional behaviours in our daily interactions with others. Some individuals demonstrate high emotional maturity, while others may exhibit of emotional immaturity. Even the more emotionally mature people can occasionally show emotional immaturity when under stress or

Psychotherapy: a Lifeline for Frontline Workers Battling Burnout.

Jacek Dylag   Recently, the demands placed on frontline workers have surged to unprecedented levels. The tireless efforts to safeguard lives and provide essential services have affected their mental and emotional well-being. Burnout, a state of chronic exhaustion, has become a pressing concern affecting frontline workers and their

The various effective approaches and therapy modalities for Complex Trauma.

  “Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe inside their bodies: The past is alive in the form of gnawing interior discomfort. Their bodies are constantly bombarded by visceral warning signs, and, in an attempt to control these processes, they often become expert at ignoring their gut feelings and in numbing awareness