Our Mission

-To make psychotherapy accessible to all men
-To be the leader in evidence based treatment of men’s mental health
-To share freely our learning with boys aged 6-17 so that they can learn from the experiences of the men who have gone before them
-To promote and encourage men to consider psychotherapy as a profession

Our Vision

We believe that healthier men create safer communities, better partners, better fathers and fosters a world where gender equality is celebrated.

Job Listings


Men Therapy Toronto is expanding as we recently leased additional office space to deal with the growing demand.  Our growing psychotherapy practice is focused on improving the well-being of men.  Opened in 2016 Men Therapy Toronto has filled a unique niche and gap in the service offering for men.  We are looking for one or more psychotherapists to join our team in an effort to help fulfill the mission and vision of Men Therapy Toronto.

Deal Breakers – You’ll need to have

  • Good standing with a regulatory college (i.e. CRPO, OCSWSSW)
  • Proof of professional liability insurance
  • Actively receiving ongoing clinical supervision (at least once per month)
  • Minimum of 25 available hours per week including two evenings (last session ends at 8pm)
  • Commitment to doing your own ‘work’
  • Resonance with the mission & vision of Men Therapy Toronto

It’d be great if you have experience with

  • Working with trauma in men
  • Working with men
  • Working with issues related to sex & porn addiction
  • Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT)

Benefits & Highlights

  • Earn $70 / Direct Client Hour
  • New clients provided by Men Therapy Toronto
  • Professional & dedicated office space with dedicated reception
  • All back-office administration handled by Men Therapy Toronto (we use Owl Practice)
  • Offices centrally located at Yonge & Eglinton (connected to the subway)


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