Meet Your Counsellor

Mitchell McGregor

Professional Young Men's Therapist


Teenage Boys

Ages 12-17

Young Men

Ages 18-26

Mental Health Counselling for all struggling young men

For struggles including...

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Procrastination

  • Emotional Pain

  • Anger

  • Self Esteem

  • Relationships

  • Mental Health Challenges

For those seeking...

  • Happiness

  • Clarity

  • Self Understanding

  • Peace Of Mind

  • Emotional Resilience

  • Less Stress

  • To Achieve Your Goals

  • Self-Help Tools

  • Living Life At Its Fullest

Therapy Specialized For Teen & Young Adult Men

Through a holistic blend of therapy and life coaching techniques, I work with young men to develop the skills and tools they need to overcome their challenges and achieve their goals.  Whether struggling with overthinking, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, or simply feeling stuck in life, I'm here to help you navigate through these obstacles and emerge stronger and resilient.

Meet Mitchell

Mitchell McGregor

Your Certified Therapist

I know the teenage rollercoaster ride all too well.

It feels like just yesterday I was walking through the high school halls, where all I could think of was the battle I was having. My negative inner thoughts, anxieties, the demons I was facing were taking over… But no one would’ve guessed that.

Despite having good friends and a supportive family, I kept it all to myself. On the outside I looked fine, but in reality I was slowly checking out. I spent more time alone in my room, less time with my friends, and started to disconnect with everything around me.

Especially with the boom of social media apps, it became routine to see the “perfect” side of my peers through highly edited posts. Everyone was “perfect” except for me. This belief led myself (and many other young men) to keep things to ourselves, and bottle up our emotions.

For Parents

Supporting Your Son

As a parent to a growing boy, you may feel like you're watching your son suffer from the sidelines. He's withdrawn, irritable, and distant, and you're not sure how to connect with him.

You're worried about his future, his mental health, and his ability to navigate the challenges of life. You may feel powerless, frustrated, and even guilty, like you're not doing enough to help him.

It’s difficult to witness your son going through such a challenging time, and it's completely normal to feel a range of emotions in response.

Good News - you don't have to face this on your own.

Ready to start your journey towards positive change?

Take the first step today!

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