Dr. Juliet Donald is a registered Clinical Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
Juliet completed her education and training in Australia at the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney and was awarded the 2007 University Annual Postgraduate Research Conference prize for research.
After graduation, Juliet worked in child disability and at risk youth services as well as maintaining a private practice. In 2010 Juliet left Sydney to work internationally with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)/ Doctors Without Borders.
Since 2015 Juliet has lived in Toronto and runs a private practice as well as holding roles with MSF Canada, Canadem and Ads Up Canada.
Juliet has a focus on trauma, anxiety and mood disorders. She works with adult clients and has a special interest in the mental health and wellbeing of humanitarian aid workers.
Juliet is an EMDR trained clinician. In November 2017 and February 2018 she completed Basic Training in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). In February 2020 she completed an Advanced EMDR training in Treating First-Responders and Military with EMDR Therapy.
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In December 2017 Juliet undertook training in Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples with Les Greenberg.
Juliet is engaged in ongoing education and has completed further training in Critical Incident debriefing, global health challenges and overcoming concurrent mental health and substance misuse concerns.
Juliet is based in Leslieville, in the East end of Toronto. Due to the pandemic, her services remain virtual at this time. She will resume face to face services when the public health guidelines allow for this to be done safely for herself and her clients.
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As a registered psychologist in Ontario, Juliet’s fees are covered by most extended health care benefits plans.
Her fee for psychological services is $225 per session for an individual, and $250 per session for a couples’ session or family session. Each session is 50 minutes long.
Juliet is a registered mental health care provider under the Health Canada First Nations and Inuit Health Non Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program and Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program (IRS RHSP). To see if you are eligible for coverage under this program, please consult the Guide to Mental Health Counselling Services.
As an Immigrant and Settler on this land, I wish to acknowledge that the land where I live and work is the traditional territory of the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation, Anishnawbe, Haudenosaunee, Wendat, and Huron people. As a psychologist, I wish to acknowledge the historical and ongoing psychological harm caused by colonization, systemic racism and the residential school system in Canada. As a mental healthcare provider, I honour the enduring strength and resilience of Indigenous people and communities in Canada, and the importance of creating space for truth telling as part of the healing journey. I pledge to support this healing journey by working with leaders and communities to remove barriers and improve access to culturally appropriate mental health care.
As an Australian trained psychologist, I acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land now called Australia. I pay respect to the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the place now called Sydney, where I lived, worked and trained as mental healthcare provider. As a Psychologist and as an Australian, I acknowledge the deep cultural and psychological harm caused to Indigenous Australians through colonization, systemic racism and the forced removal of children and separation of families, honouring the survivors of the Stolen Generation and all members of the oldest continuous living culture in the world.