Hayley Mangotich, M.Ed., RP
Individual & Couple Therapy
At the core of her work Hayley focuses on embodied, lived experiences of connection and relationship. The quality of our relationships with the different parts of ourselves, our loved ones, our communities, and the world at large form the basis of our wellbeing. Through tending to these connections in a grounded and holistic way, Hayley supports clients to create meaningful, lasting changes aligned with who and how they want to be. She has experience supporting clients with anxiety, depression, childhood and attachment trauma, emotion dysregulation, relationship issues, self esteem issues, and life transitions.
Hayley’s approach to individual therapy draws heavily on Internal Family Systems (IFS) and incorporates somatic and liberation-oriented modalities. She has completed learning in IFS through the Internal Family Systems Counselling Association (IFSCA), and holds a certificate in Embodied Social Justice.
When working with couples, Hayley blends an understanding of attachment theory and neuroscience to help partners effectively navigate conflict and build a secure and enriching bond. She has completed level 1 training in the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT).
Hayley holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto, OISE and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Western University. She is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO).
Being with people during difficult or vulnerable times is work that Hayley approaches with responsibility and care. She aims to see clients in their full humanity, knowing that while we may need help when things are hard, we are more than our moments of struggle and pain.
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