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Hi! I am Marya Morozova, Registered Social Worker in Ontario.

What are my specialties?

Do you feel like you are doing okay on the surface, but underneath you know there is a problem that’s holding you back?   

I am most passionate about working with millennial-aged adults who feel like they are not living up to their full potential because they are held back by anxiety, panic, low mood, intense emotions, overthinking, self-criticism, procrastination, fear of failure or self-defeating habits (including addiction).  We can work together to help you address the issues preventing from feeling happy, productive and ready to take on life’s challenges.  

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  • University of Toronto, Master of Social Work

  • University of Toronto, BSc (Psychology)

  • Registered Social Worker (Ontario).

       Registration Number: 828838

What does therapy with me look like?


First and foremost, I would like to hear you out and help you explore and articulate the problems that have been causing you pain. It is my belief that through verbalizing our problems we can gradually come to make sense of them and begin to think about how we can make changes. My goal is to help guide you in this process of growth and self-discovery, with the help of evidence-based approaches (see below).


What approach do I practice?


The approach that I practice is most aligned with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT. This means that I believe that our thoughts, behaviours, body sensations and emotions are interrelated and that by making small changes in one of these areas, we can alter the others.  CBT is a practical, active and present-oriented type of therapy. It involves *doing* (e.g. testing thoughts, facing our fears) rather than just *talking* about our problems.CBT places a big emphasis on challenging self-defeating thoughts and behaviours. For example, perhaps you believe that you are simply not good enough for a certain career opportunity. Or you might believe that constant worrying helps you stay in control. But are these beliefs really true? How did you come to develop them in the first place? What might be an alternative way of seeing things? These are just some of the questions that we might explore in a therapy session.  You can find out more about CBT by clicking here.


For some clients, CBT might not be enough and that’s okay. I also incorporate elements from other approaches in my practice, such as Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and imagery work. My work is trauma-informed. In addition, I encourage you to check out my blog and specialties to find out more about my approach and see if it’s right for you.  Or feel free to book a free 15-minute phone consult by filling out the form below.


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Anxiety & Worry

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Addiction (Alcohol & Marijuana)

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Depression & Low Mood

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General Self-Improvement

Do you like you are doing "fine", but could be doing better? Are fears and insecurities stopping your from being the best version of yourself? If so, let's chat!

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Low Self-Esteem

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way."

Victor Frankl, Holocaust survivor



Please contact me to book a free 15-minute telephone consultation. 

It is important to feel comfortable with your therapist. Let's find out if we are a good fit.


(647) 691- 6820


489 College Street, #201

Toronto, Ontario

M6G 1A5


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