Heidi Argyle Psychotherapy

745 Bridge St W , unit 6, waterloo

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Thinking about therapy but not sure about all that “talking”? I got you!

Art Therapy is a unique and well-studied style of Psychotherapy, which is: the process of working on your thoughts, feelings and emotions to be the best version of you!

What I love about Art Therapy as an approach to your wellbeing, is it’s not a box (because neither are you), and we can build a plan of care that supports your wants, your needs and critically what’s most important to you.

I have to say, art and creativity helped me through some pretty harsh times throughout my life and to this day I still turn to the canvas to process lessons, changes and hardships; because it’s mine, it’s what is meaningful to me. I also don’t have to hold a conversation with a stranger for a whole hour (EXHAUSTING!).

The other thing I really like about art therapy is that creative expression of our struggles or dis-ease helps to be seen and heard; art and art therapy allow us to see into our thoughts or feelings, to externalize our inner experiences, all while strengthening growth and resilience.

**Sex therapy!?** Talking about sex and sexuality is not something we often consider when we begin therapy. Yet, these are very important part of ourselves and relationships. I take a values based approach to talking about sex, so that you can feel more comfortable bringing that Whole Self into the therapy room, and feel confident your therapist has the skills to support you. I work with all identities and relationship styles (LGBTQ2S+, Polyamory, Kink, etc.)

If you’re curious to know more about how art therapy or sex therapy might be a fit for what ails ya – please book a consultation or send me an email! I look forward to meeting you and growing with you!


Heidi is a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) and a Registered Canadian Art Therapist (RCAT), an Associate member of the Board of Examiners in Sex Therapy and counselling in Ontario (BESTCO).

#Areas of Special Interest
ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), DID, teens and youth (14+), self-esteem, gender and identity development, sexual and relationship minorities, LGBTQ2S+

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