If you would like to book your first session with one of our Downtown Associates, please contact our Client Care Team at (416) 363-4228.
Please note that the Downtown office is moving. Effective September 25th, 2017, our new Downtown location will be situated at 181 University Ave, Suite 1104, Toronto, Ontario M5H 3M7.
Address: 85 Richmond St W #900, Toronto, ON M5H 2C9
Languages offered: English, French, Italian, German, Czech
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 9AM – 9PM
Tuesday: 9AM – 9PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 9PM
Thursday: 9AM – 9PM
Friday: 9AM – 9PM
Saturday: 9AM – 4PM
Subway: We are a 4 minute walk from Osgoode Station and a 5 minute walk from Queen Station.
Parking: There is paid parking under City Hall (110 Queen St. West) and under the Four Seasons Centre (on the north west corner of York St. and Richmond St. West).
CBT Associates is a large, well-established and rapidly-growing network of clinics that provides evidence-based psychological services to children, adolescents, adults of all ages, and couples.
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