Worked for over fifteen years as a therapist.

Has extensive experience working with children, youth, men and women.

Skilled at helping clients who are struggling with a variety of issues and concerns.

Committed to empowering clients to create meaningful and balanced lives!

Anita Bloy sees personal health as coming from a place of balance.

She believes that people are not just physical beings, but also have spiritual, emotional and intellectual selves, and that individuals can have peace, joy and happiness when their needs are met in all four of these areas. She also believes that a healthy lifestyle involves balancing the acts of working, playing, caring for others, caring for self and involvement in community. As a therapist, she will help you attain a balance that works for you!

Anita Bloy believes that all individuals and families have a variety of unique strengths and resources that enable them to cope with the rough times in life.

She helps clients uncover and reconnect with their internal wisdom, and to trust in themselves. At the heart of her therapy is a process that enables the person to realize their worth, their wealth of strengths and positive attributes, to feel empowered, and to use their inner resources to stand up to life’s challenges.

Anita Bloy is an expert at facilitating change, but knows that each client is the expert in living their life.

Anita is a nondirective therapist who creates a warm and accepting environment in which clients can explore what is best for them. She gently helps clients uncover those aspects of themselves or their life that are not working well, helps them to better understand the choices available to them and to then, see new possibilities. As clients move towards making concrete changes, she listens, validates, gives meaningful feedback and suggestions and supports clients to the fullest.

“It isn’t until you come to a spiritual understanding of who you are – not necessarily a religious feeling, but deep down, the spirit within – that you can begin to take control”  

(Oprah Winfrey)