Patricia Davies, B.A, AC(Dipl.), RP, (Cert.) OACCPP, ICADC, ICCS, CPGC

Ms. Davies has a degree in psychology (York University), is a graduate addictions counsellor (George Brown College), a Registered Psychotherapist, (College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario), a Certified member of OACCPP, (the Association of Registered Psychotherapists and Mental Health Professionals), is an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor and Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor with the CACCF, (the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation, and  Certificates  in Trauma Counselling, Compassion Fatigue and Positive Psychology.

Patricia provides counselling and therapy for individuals, couples and families to address addictions, including problem gambling, lifestyle, relationship issues and client identified problems. She uses a non-judgemental , client-centred, holistic approach using various proven strategies including C.B.T. and positive psychology to build on the client’s strengths on the road to recovery.

Patricia was employed in a variety of roles in an intensive residential addiction treatment program for 22 years.  Her experience includes program design and development, establishing a gambling treatment program, aftercare, individual and group therapy, assessment and co-occurring disorders.

She has presented at various conferences across Canada and the United States and has appeared on radio and television.

“A focus of my work over the years has been the opportunity to provide counselling and therapy for police officers and their family members from various police services. One of the rewarding highlights for me is the unique, confidential weekly support therapy group for police officers, active or retired, from various police services.  The group, known as the H.E.A.R.T. (Heart) group I co-founded with an officer from Toronto in 1999 and I continue to facilitate the Heart group and provide counselling and therapy to its members”.


  1. Willowdale
  2. North York

Languages: English.