Tracy MacIntyre

M.A. Counselling Psychology, R. P. (Qualifying)

Individual Therapist

Tracy is a graduate of Yorkville University with a Masters in Counselling Psychology. She works with adults and families with a range of challenges. She listens without judgement and honours each client’s
experiences, strengths, and goals.

Tracy’s mission is to help people find their voice. This might be the literal voice of a young person who is misunderstood by the adults around them or an inner voice that has been silenced for so many years that it has become unrecognizable because it is buried underneath any combination of anger, avoidance, and “should”s.

Tracy will aim to understand where you have been and where you want to be, then discuss a course of action that makes sense based on the thoughts and emotions that may be holding you back from a life that you would value. She often uses a cognitive-behavioural approach to understand the way your thoughts can influence your emotions and behaviour but recognizes that relationship patterns in your life are an important aspect of well-being, so she will identify recurring themes to explore with you.


Tracy works with clients on issues such as

  • Adhd
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Body image
  • Depression
  • Emotion dysregulation
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Addictions
  • Lgbtq questions and concerns
  • Self-harm
  • Suicidality

Tracy has worked as a counsellor and as a psychometrist at the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships and is a member of the Family Engagement Committee of Lumenus, a provider of mental health services to adults and youth in Toronto.

Considering therapy is a bold, empowering, and insightful choice. It is an important act of self-compassion that can make a wonderful difference in your life, so congratulations on this choice.