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Rebecca Vrbanc-Duquet, M.A.

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)


Anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, life transition, grief, unemployment, relationship issues, anger, sexual identity/questioning, academic struggles, addiction.


Types of therapy: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based therapy, Solution-Focused, Humanistic, Experiential, and Psychodynamic modalities.

Client Focus: Individuals, couples, families, adults (18+)

Availability: Weekdays in the morning, afternoon and evenings

Languages: I offer therapy in both French and English.


Therapy with Rebecca

Navigating life’s challenges can be an overwhelming and daunting process. Whether you are grappling with anxiety, depression, trauma, or the complexities of everyday life, I am committed to meeting you exactly where you are on your journey. Together, we can work collaboratively to create a path towards your personal goals. Drawing from varied therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as a primary modality, I also include Mindfulness-Based therapy, Solution-Focused, Humanistic, Experiential, and Psychodynamic modalities to fit your individual needs.

This holistic approach ensures that we can find the right fit for your healing and growth. With a commitment to providing a culturally sensitive approach, I strive to provide a warm, inviting, and judgment-free space where you can freely express yourself.

I aim to empower you to uncover your inner strengths and resilience and provide you with tools and strategies to navigate the world with unwavering support along the way.


Rebecca is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) completing her Master’s degree at Yorkville University, building on her Honors Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York University. In the last several years, she has volunteered at the Distress Centres of Greater Toronto where she provided emotional support, suicide prevention and crisis intervention services through 24/7 distress and crisis line service. She also participated in a variety of additional helpline programs including our Canadian Suicide Prevention Service across Canada, EMS Partnership Program, and CAMH Warm Transfer Program answering calls from individuals with complex mental health/addiction concerns. Through her experience, Rebecca has touched a wide population of vulnerable and marginalized populations experiencing varying degrees of emotional intensity and mental health needs.

More than just my work

More than just my work:

I love to travel, and I have lived in China for three years. Although a little bit rusty, I can still speak some Mandarin! I find travelling is a powerful tool for learning about varied cultures and people. I love exploring and eating different foods from various countries.

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