I've been a therapist for over 20 years in Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto. My approach combines Family Systems, Psychodynamic and Mindfulness perspectives.
My background includes a Masters of Social Work from McGill University, a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) from Concordia University, and post-graduate training in Bowen Theory from The Western Pensylvania Family Center.
I am the author of Learning to Commit: The best time to work on your marriage is when you're single and co-author of the upcoming Learning to Commit (Workbook): Becoming your best self to find your best match.
I co-produce the "It's the anxiety, stupid!" podcast with family and marriage therapist therapist Lorna Hecht, blog about commitment at the Huffington Post, and draw the webcomic Ball & Change, co-produced with Gabe Meranda.
My avocations, in no particular order: shoegaze inspired songwriting, cartooning, & designing productivity worksheets.
I live in Toronto with my wife, who is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and our two sons.
For information about my adolescent and family therapy practice, please visit www.nadigel.com/