Shoban Jeyamuraly, MACP, RP (Qualifying)

(He/Him)

Locations: Mississauga and Phone/Video
Disciplines: Individual Therapy and Couple Therapy
Languages: English
Top Specialties: Relationship Issues, Stress, Self-Esteem, Depression, and Coping Skills

License and Memberships

  • College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO): #14457

Education

  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Wilfred Laurier University

I believe that we all have the capacity to grow and achieve a better state of being. I am deeply committed to helping individuals who feel stuck or unhappy in their lives. I understand that feeling unmotivated, unfulfilled, or depressed can be incredibly challenging. My goal is to provide a safe and supportive space where you can explore your thoughts and emotions without judgment. Through a caring and collaborative approach, I guide individuals in harnessing their inner resources to achieve personal growth and well-being. I see unlimited hope and potential in all individuals and aim to help others discover it for themselves.


I like to create a safe space that is positive, relaxed, and judgement free. Through a solution-focused approach, I aim to help my clients move on from the past so that we can collaboratively focus on building the future they want. I aim to help my clients develop productive coping mechanisms and strategies to foster growth in their lives.


If you’re interested in exploring a therapy session with me, feel free to reach out by booking a session or a free consultation using the links on this page. I’m happy to answer any questions that could help you decide if I’m the right fit to help you achieve your therapeutic goals.


 


Shoban’s Story


When I turned 30, I contemplated my present and my future, wondering whether I was becoming the person I wanted to be. I’d dedicated years to being stuck in a career and lifestyle that was comfortable, but ultimately left me feeling unfulfilled. Realizing that I was far from my dream life, I wondered why. I then realized that it was fear that held me back—fear of starting my life over again, fear of what others would think, fear of losing relationships, fear of the unknown. Through much internal work, I was able to foster my passion for helping people and rediscover my childhood dream of being a therapist. The road to a better life is never easy, but I’m dedicated to helping you get there.