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Counsellor London Ontario

Child, Adolescent, Parent and Family Therapy

Note: This therapist is covered by Employee Assistance Workplace Insurance; First Nations are covered through FNIHB

                   Confidential Toll Free Voicemail                       
 1 (855) 339-1666   
 4 Step Process:

1. Book your session below
2. Print out, fill and sign two
    PDF documents below
3. Show up for your appointment
4. Click the session button
below at your scheduled
appointment time.


Rey T. Singh MSW, RCS, C.Hyp, RSW

Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist,

Clinical Counselling Hypnotherapist



Counselling Proficiencies:

Anxiety management

Depression management

Relationship Counselling

Addictions Counselling

Support for helping professionals

Workplace Abuse recovery

Family counselling

Divorce Care

Exit Strategies for relationships

Domestic violence recovery

Stress Management

Anger management

Communication effectiveness

Family reclamation

Substance Addictions

Internet and gaming addictions

Loss-bereavement and grief recovery

OCD-complusive disorders

Attachment disorders

Complex post traumatic stress

Managing mental health

First Nations Counselling

Residential School Health Support

Parent-Child Reunification

Familial estrangement

Parent Alienation Syndrome

Emotional abuse recovery

Spiritual Abuse recovery

Lateral violence recovery

Stress management

LGBTQ2S Support

Gender dysphoria

Sexual dysphoria and identity integration







Note: (*When you book your session time  your fees will be charged to your credit card 24 hours in advance session of your time. Full fees are charged without  24 Hour advance notice of cancellation or in the event of a no-show as per LMCAAS Policy-see terms of use
*Please download and complete the 2 PDF documents below and email them to before your first session time.
Intake to Therapy               Consent to Treatment 

Click the session button below at your scheduled session time to enter your secure session room.
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   Experience & Qualifications:

  • Master of Social Work (Honours) University of Northern British Columbia

  • Registered Clinical Supervisor- CCPC Global

  • Level II Certified Addictions Counsellor-CCPC Global

  • Aboriginal Trauma Certified-Justice Institute of British Columbia

  • Peace and Reconciliation Studies Northern Ireland-Trinity Western University

  • Current Social Work Clinician working in a clinical setting

  • Former clinician with the Multidisciplinary Clinical Supports Program, Intensive Integrated Supports, and Youth Therapeutic Court at the London Family Court Clinic

  • Former Drug & Alcohol Treatment Coordinator at Aboriginal Youth Solvent Abuse Centre

  • Certified in Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Brief-narrative and alternate therapies

  • Master Trainer for YSAC and CCPC Global

  • First Nations Counsellor-Keyano College Alberta

  • Grassroots community builder-Practicum NCFST

  • Mental Health Services-Practicum Prince George Regional hospital

  • Outreach Worker in Scarborough, On

  • Healing Circles Facilitator

  • Parent Skills Trainer

  • Marriage Counselling Group facilitator

  • Child and Youth Care Work

  • Guest Co-facilitator for Partner Assault Response Program-Native Child and Family Services of Toronto


*Registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
*Registered with Canadian Council of Professional Certification

*Member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association

Contact Rey:

More about Rey

Rey Singh is a Registered Social Worker & Psychotherapist with a Master of Social Work honours degree from the University of Northern British Columbia. He has 18 years of practice experience in the field of community social work, addictions and counselling. He is widely regarded as a highly effective and skilled counsellor who helps his clients experience results. He is a Registered Clinical Supervisor, Board Certified Addictions Counsellor, and also carries a Certification in Indigenous Trauma. He is also certified as a Clinical Counselling Hypnotherapist. Rey is a seasoned and highly experienced mental health and addictions counselling professional who has worked with various groups, individuals and families to achieve their healing and recovery. Rey Singh provides Trauma Responsive Psychotherapy to persons of all ages. He has gained this experience in working with traumatized children, adolescents, adults couples and families from all over Canada to help them recover from addictions and to help people with psychiatric diagnoses lead a high-quality way of living, Rey has also helped many people achieve their healing and heal their stressed or broken relationships. 


Rey has worked as a lead clinical social worker for the Province of Ontario, a Treatment Director at an addictions centre servicing First Nations Youth from across Canada, and as an Itinerant Counsellor in northern Alberta. Rey's primary focus in treatment is upon the development of client-centred therapeutic relationship where clients may acquire new skills to manage depression and anxiety, strategies and develop new patterns of behaving, feeling and thinking. The therapeutic relationship is one of trust and opens the doorway to explore, collaborate, co-create, and take steps towards meaningful change. Rey will help you and your family member achieve their mental health and relationship goals.

Over the course of the past 18 years, Rey Singh has worked with individuals, couples and families, who have taken meaningful steps towards change in their lives.  He utilizes a number of treatment modalities such as  Solution-focused therapy and Brief-Narrative therapy, Indigenous healing methods, as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to treat mental health diagnosis and addiction.  Rey Singh's exposure to both Western and Eastern Healing practices with insider experience and understanding of how spirituality assists the healing process further deepens the effectiveness of his approaches to healing and recovery.


Rey's understanding of trauma and resiliency informs his approach to practice. He has a strong understanding of the neurology of trauma and addiction and harnessing the mind to heal means utilizing therapy which encourages balancing and integration practices. By assisting those he works with, children, youth and adults alike he is able to model and teach skills to calm the anxieties, and methods to encourage the mind to process, order, and integrate new information resulting in health outcomes for his clients. Rey also works with individuals through moments of stress and anxiety by teaching skills to increase tolerance to stress using creative techniques-- guided imagery work, meditation and other mindfulness-based practices.  Rey is committed to working with individuals and families alike and is a strong believer of integrating community and family involvement in individual therapy when possible.





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