Practice is currently full. If you wish to be added to the waiting list (2-3 months), please feel free to contact me.

Raising children and a family in today’s modern world is challenging. The variety of parenting advice is overwhelming and it can be hard to know whom or what to trust when making decisions about the well-being of your child and family in the face of concern. Child and family therapy can offer hope, relief, and provide direction when families feel unmoored and in search of constructive solutions.

Mental health services for children, teenagers and families in midtown Toronto

Kristin Yeo, MSW, RSW, Psychotherapist

Please explore this website or visit Psychology Today to learn more.  Contact me for a free 20-minute consultation. All are welcome.


I am a registered social worker and psychotherapist who specializes in serving the mental health and social needs of children, teens and their families. I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University and have over ten years of counselling experience. In addition to private practice, I continue to work at Humber River Hospital in the child and adolescent mental health urgent care clinic.

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My practice is strengths-based and informed by training and certification in a range of evidence-based therapies including:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
  • Attachment-Focused Therapy
  • Play Therapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Brief Solution-Focused Therapy


Individual Therapy

Individual therapy can be highly effective for children and teens who struggle with anxiety, depression, social difficulties, learning disorders, adjustment issues or when faced with serious stressors such as divorce, loss or trauma. My office offers a child-friendly, safe space to explore personal difficulties and concerns with the guidance and support of an experienced therapist. Play therapy is utilized with younger children, as this medium allows their feelings and thoughts to be expressed through the language of play. Parents are encouraged to be actively involved in their child’s therapy if attending individual sessions for best outcomes.

Family Therapy

When one family member has a problem, it can affect the whole family. Family therapy is an effective way to bring family members together to understand problems and nurture change and growth within the family unit. Sessions may incorporate the whole family or smaller subsets of the family unit depending on your need.

Parent Counselling

Parenting is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, but it is also one of life’s most challenging. Parent counselling offers a safe and confidential space to discuss any concerns you may have about your child, and explore parenting strategies to support the creation of a stable, supportive and harmonious family environment. It is important to take care of yourself as a parent and sessions can also offer much-needed validation, support, and encouragement when dealing with the emotional, developmental and behavioural problems that may arise in your children.

Consultation Services

Service coordination with key players in your child and family’s day-to-day life is an optional service in addition to counselling. Examples would be: classroom observations as permitted by your child’s school, consultation with school teachers and other healthcare providers such as psychiatrists and pediatricians, and home visits. When working with youth and children, it is important to coordinate key players in various environments to support conversations and strategies learned in therapy to continue outside of session.


My office is located at 263 Eglinton Avenue West

For a free 20-minute phone or video consultation, or to book an initial session, you can contact me by filling out the form below.

Community resources available in the GTA

Please note that I will do my best to respond to your message within 1 business day. If you or your child are in need of immediate attention or crisis support, please go to your local Emergency Room or call 9-1-1. If you have a child protection concern, please contact your local Children’s Aid Society (416-924-4640 for the City of Toronto). Thank you.