It’s time to trust yourself more deeply.
Trust that you can break free from the fear, confusion, frustration, and powerlessness of
sex addiction and betrayal trauma.
And we know that it’s important for you to trust a therapist who can actually help.
You've come to the right place.
You can trust us.
We treat addiction in half the time of the average Certified Sex Addiction Therapist.
98% of the 300+ couples in our care have successfully remained in loving and whole relationships.
Zero sex offenders have reoffended after engaging in therapy with our practise.
We believe zero problems are unfixable.
Hi, we're Peter Stathakos and Lani Singer
Like you, we are not interested in band-aid solutions or treating symptoms. Sex addiction and betrayals are always symptoms of underlying, unacknowledged wounds in our earlier or current relationships.
We're motivated to address your core issues, because as much as we may come to like you, we do not want to see you forever. We want to help you find lasting freedom from sex addiction and betrayal trauma and see you flourish in all the different roles and relationships you have in life.
You deserve this.
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"Peter has an investigative mind and a genuine ability to connect and deliver results. Not only is he incredibly intelligent and good at his job, but he is personable and truly caring. The work that Peter and I had done together in my first month of seeing him goes beyond what I had done with my previous therapist whom I had seen for almost a year.
If you are browsing his website and wondering if the experience/results match the fees...the answer is YES, 100 times yes. You definitely get what you pay for and MORE with Peter. Don't waste your time looking around or speaking to another therapist just because they charge less...unless you want half the results and a whole lot of time wasted lol."
717 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6G 1L5
We are located on the second floor of the Toronto Healing Arts Centre on the south side of Bloor Street.
Enter through the double doors, take the stairs up to the second level, and hang a right.
We are the door at the end of the hall.