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Charlie Gray Psychotheraist with Lauren Wallis Psychotherapy - Burnout Compassion Fatigue LGBTQ+ Queer Stouffeville Markham Ontario Eco-therapy

photo by Elin Larsgren

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) 

Hi there! Welcome to this space where we make room for what lies beneath the surface.

My practice specializes in (but is not limited to) working with those who struggle with stress, anxiety, energy management, nervous-system dysregulation, compassion fatigue and burnout. Somatic Experiencing and Eco-Therapy are often woven through our sessions together.

I am practicing with the wonderful practice,

Lauren Wallis Psychotherapy.

Sessions Available:

- Online

- In-person:

At the gorgeous natural setting, Willowgrove Nature Centre 

I work collaboratively with clients to find tools that work for them to self-regulate their emotion, nervous system and mind-body system in order to move through the many challenges that life can bring.


As a Freediving instructor, I have learned that relaxation, awareness and mental resiliency are a skills that can be acquired and practiced, and can support coping with stress and anxiety.


I will help you find your breath, find your footing, and gain tools to support your personal goals. Your needs are important, and this is a safe space where you can process your experiences.


Freediving has taken me personally on a wild and wonderfully epic journey of knowing myself better, while also bringing my own journeys of healing and well being into balance. It has helped me find strength I never knew I had - physically and mentally.


CLICK HERE to book a FREE 15-Minute Phone Consultation 

if you would like to see if we are a good fit to work together on whatever it is you are struggling with.


I look forward to meeting you very soon!

- Charlie

Charlie Gray Psychotherapy - Eco Therapy
"Our body is a source of truth."
- Albert Pesso

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Charlie Gray Psychotherapy - Eco Therapy
"Enlightenment is when a wave realizes it is the ocean."
- Thich Nhat Hanh
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