Frances Kucharsky

Frances Kucharsky (MA Psychology) has been counseling, teaching and transforming lives for twenty-five years.

Her desire to help has led to many public appearances on radio, television and film. She’s conducted therapy in an award-winning documentary with the National film Board of Canada and appeared as a guest expert on Global, PBS and Videotron television.

She’s also been featured in the press (Montreal Gazette, Montreal Mirror, West mount Examiner ) a number of times to comment on issues such as performance anxiety, self-esteem, assertiveness for women, stress management and aging parent concerns.

Frances knows that a solution to your problem, requires the experience of a guide who clearly recognizes the impact of your unique personality, and individual history upon your current situation. It takes someone who’s convinced that regardless of your past, you have the ability to create a satisfying, fulfilling life in the present.

Throughout her career, she has helped her clients recover from depression, anxiety, trauma; deal with grief, relationship concerns or life transitions; struggle with chronic illness; find meaning, joy and a sense of purpose.

Frances has been trained in cognitive/behavioral therapy, body/mind modalities, art therapy, Gestalt therapy, and energy psychology, amongst others. Her style is holistic, eclectic and pragmatic and she will use all of her skills and the approach you need to insure your progress.