Eric Pierni, MA, CSAT, RP
Founder, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist, EMDR Clinician

FEE$160 per 55 Minutes
NEW CLIENTS:  NO. Will be Accepting New Clients in 2022.
LOCATION:  Virtual Only (Online Video Sessions) – until further notice

Eric Pierni, MA, CSAT, RP opened Men Therapy Toronto in 2016 with the primary intention of fulfilling its mission and vision.  Eric is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist with the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP).   Eric is also an EMDR Trained Therapist.  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma.  In addition to a Masters degree in Psychotherapy Eric also holds a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) degree.

Michael McCarthy MSW, MEd, RSW

Michael McCarthy MSW, MEd, RSW
Registered Social Worker / Therapist

FEE$160 per 55 Minutes
NEW CLIENTS:  YES. Accepting New Clients
LOCATION:   Virtual Only (Online Video Sessions)

Michael McCarthy is a Registered Social Worker in the province of Ontario and has completed masters-level work in Community Development and Social Work, with a focus on men’s emotional health and Nature-based Rites of Passage. He helps men who are struggling with relationships, addictions, anxiety, depression, and who feel directionless. He supports positive changes while addressing the deeper issues that cause men pain and confusion. The aim is to bring more peace, connection, and purpose in their lives and relationships so men can be proud of how they show up in the world. His approach is relational, trauma-informed, and complimentary to men who may be engaged in 12 Step work or other recovery programs. He is a proud father, a woodworker, and tends a small garden with his wife and daughter in Toronto.

Himel Das | Psychotherapist | Men Therapy Toronto

Registered Psychotherapist

FEE$140 per 55 Minutes
NEW CLIENTS:  YES. Accepting New Clients
LOCATION:   Virtual Only (Online Video Sessions)

Himel Das is a Registered Psychotherapist and a member of the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals. His clinical practice focuses on helping men with anxiety, depression, trauma and a wide range of emotional issues. He guides men to understand their mind, provides them with the tools to reduce the impact of painful thoughts and feelings, and helps them to find more calm and peace.

Himel also holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology and a Counselling Skills Certification. As part of continuing professional development, he has obtained a mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) practitioner certification, a hypnotherapy certification, and telehealth training. His approach to psychotherapy is evidence-based, trauma-informed and involves creating a safe and non-judgemental space, and, collaboratively, coming up with a plan that suits his clients. He often integrates therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Psychodynamic. He has been practicing mindfulness for the last 10 years and often uses mindfulness-based approaches with his clients.

Chris Pankewich RP | Registered Psychotherapist | Men Therapy Toronto

Chris Pankewich MACP, RP (Qualifying)
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

FEE$140 per 55 Minutes
NEW CLIENTS:  YES. Accepting New Clients
LOCATION:   Virtual Only (Online Video Sessions)

At the core of my work with clients, we seek to explore our unique responses to three fundamental questions: What changes do I want or need to make in my life? What actions can I start taking to make this a reality? What is getting in the way of achieving this? These three questions connect directly with the most important areas of life, from the relationship we have with ourselves / others to career success and desired lifestyle changes. The process of understanding both the internal and external factors that relate to answering these questions involves uncovering the hidden barriers that hold us back.

I find it very effective to explore how the stories we tell ourselves about our lives may be affecting our capacity for change. This involves connecting with the emotional and energetic blockages to change. Deep down, we all know what is truly best for ourselves but our daily environment can make it easy for us to slip into distraction and disconnection.

My role is to help support your therapeutic exploration rather than lead it. By incorporating elements of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Techniques, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and a healthy dose of humour, I seek to match your unique needs with a custom blend of tools & techniques to carry forward.

I have also personally gained a great deal from being a client of skilled psychotherapists. It has been a central component to my own mental health journey which continues to unfold and transform each day. For years I struggled with feeling anxious about the future, regretful of the past and powerless to take control of my own path. I have learned that I also benefit greatly from an active lifestyle that includes a dedicated yoga practice, recreational sports with friends, and spending as much time as possible outdoors.

Brian Moskowitz Therapist at Men Therapy Toronto

Brian Moskowitz RP (Qualifying)
Master’s (Candidate) Practicum Therapist

FEE$80 per 55 Minutes
NEW CLIENTS:  YES. Accepting New Clients
LOCATION:   Virtual Only (Online Video Sessions)

Brian Moskowitz is a practicum student, on track to complete his master’s in counselling psychology in April 2022 (Yorkville University). Through practicing meditation over the last 15 years, while engaging in his own therapeutic journey, Brian has cultivated an appreciation for the growth and healing that can occur by building awareness and self-compassion.

His experiences with addiction and recovery have demonstrated to Brian how every person has the capacity to unburden himself and discover new enlivening aspects of his personhood, no matter his situation.

By meeting the client where he is at, Brian engenders a supportive environment, providing clients the opportunity to encounter the emotions, thoughts, and long-standing narratives that keep them stuck in repetitive disempowering cycles of behaviour. Setting an empathic, yet structured tone to each session, Brian is able to gently guide those seeking resolution toward discovering their own solutions. Brian has found that by helping clients build a deeper awareness of their mind-body connection, they develop greater self-regulation, a healthier sense of self and more satisfying interpersonal relationships.

Brian has served in the military, comes from a journalism and corporate communications background, and is married with 4 step-children, and a cocker spaniel.


Jack Manchester MSW, RSW | Mindfulness Group Facilitator | Men Therapy Toronto

Jack Manchester MSW, RSW
Registered Social Worker / Therapist

Next Group | Starts Thursday, January 28th at 7pm
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Jack Manchester (MSW, RSW) is trained as a clinical social worker and practices psychotherapy with families, children, and parents in Toronto, Canada. He has been studying and practicing various traditions of meditation since 2008, working with teachers in monastic, mental health, and military settings in Canada, Malaysia, and the Philippines. In 2016, Jack was a panelist at the third annual Mindfulness summit at the University of Toronto at Scarborough Campus, and co-presented research findings on the benefits of combining mindfulness practice with martial arts training. He has taught meditation as a resource for improved mental health since 2013.