692 Euclid Avenue
Toronto, ON, M6G 2T9
Dr. Larry Baer
Now offering teletherapy using secure video conferencing
If anxiety, depression or other mental health issues are affecting your life and stand in the way of you being your best self, I can help. I work in a primarily cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) framework, within an environment of compassion, collaboration and trust, to treat a variety of issues, including
I also have experience working with individuals in the LGBT2QA community and the particular mental health issues than can afflict individuals in the community.
CBT is based on the premise that our thoughts, emotions, and behaviours influence each other. In CBT, we focus on modifying our thinking and behaviour in order to change emotional reactions that are distressing. In therapy, you will learn new skills to help you break out of unproductive cycles that maintain emotional distress. CBT rests on a strong foundation of research that demonstrates its effectiveness.
Please contact me for a free phone consultation.
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Dr. Baer has trained at internationally known clinical research centres such as the Prevention and Early Intervention for Psychosis Program (PEPP) at McGill University, where he held a postdoctoral fellowship. He was, until recently, part of the Complex Care and Recovery Program at CAMH, where he worked with individuals who have a psychosis spectrum diagnosis. As part of his work at CAMH, he developed psychological treatments for psychosis and related comorbidities and supervised clinical psychology trainees. He has presented his work at national and international conferences and published in numerous scientific journals.
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University
Licensed with the College of Psychologists of Ontario & l'Ordre des psychologues du Québec
PhD, Concordia University
MSc and BSc, McGill University