Clear Mind Psychotherapy & Counselling treats individuals, couples, and families for conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, grief, parenting issues, couple’s counselling, family therapy, and much more.

Appointments are usually held in person in either the Brampton, Ontario, or Orangeville, Ontario, office. However, telephone sessions can be arranged in certain circumstances.

Psychotherapist & Registered Professional Counsellor, Dorothy Pedersen, has a BA in psychology, a Diploma in Professional Counselling, and successfully completed counselling competency requirements for registration as a professional counsellor. She undertakes professional development and continued education on an ongoing basis. Dorothy’s experience and maturity make her an effective and results oriented practitioner. She strives to provide short-term, cost-effective counselling.

Connect with her to set up an appointment by using the form on the “Contact” page.

CLEAR MIND Psychotherapy & Counselling rates are competitive, however, if you need and want counselling but cannot afford the going rate, we can work something out.

What are our hours of service? That depends on client need!

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Jacinda Blair

    Good afternoon,

    I was curious to know if counseling would be covered by benefits?

    Thank you,

    Jacinda Blair

  2. nancy lamont re daniel grainger

    Look for someone to assist my son who is 27 bit has been dealing with the stress of his brothers car accident 14 years ago and the recent suicide of a close friend. He has been dealing with anxiety over both of these issues and other issues.
    He works piece work so is only available outside work hours of 8-5 M-F and doesn’t have the best benefits.

    • Hi Nancy: Thanks for your query. With such limited availability, your son may have to prioritise what he wants most. Some clients work through their lunch break, books appointments during their lunch break, ask for permission to leave work early, book vacation days, and any number of other options, in order to get an available appointment. Making himself available on such a limited basis is going to make it difficult for him to find a therapist. Most therapists will work a sliding scale out for clients who have limited benefits, so he shouldn’t let that discourage him. But the therapist shouldn’t have to work harder than your son to be available for an appointment.

      I hope that helps.


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