Sam Turton is a Registered Psychotherapist in Ontario practicing a unified approach to growth and healing that includes:
• Whole life assessment and development
• Feeling-friendly psychotherapy
• Zen mindfulness
• Mentorship and coaching
This process is intended to allow us to return to feelingawareness—our natural state of being.
Sam lives in the vibrant community of Guelph, Ontario, Canada with his partner Magdalena and their daughter Nadia.
College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT)
Association of Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH)
The Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education & Living (CSETEL)
International Primal Association (IPA)
Sam began his professional practice in 2000 and has successfully logged 10,000 clinical hours with hundreds of satisfied clients from across Canada and the United States—as well as overseas countries such as Croatia, England, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Scotland, and Sweden.
Sam has led group therapy programs in California, England, Florida, Ireland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ontario, and Pennsylvania.
With his mentor Barbara Bryan, MA, CSW, and independently, Sam created and delivered educational programs for interested individuals and therapists from England, Israel, Ireland, Greece, Lithuania, Scotland, Slovakia, and participants from all across Canada and the USA. Graduates work in a variety of health care professions, predominantly psychotherapy.
• Primal Integration Center of Michigan
• The Ark Multi-Modal Psychotherapy Training, Pennsylvania
• Early Trauma Treatments & Training Program, California
• Zen and Taoism
• Aboriginal spirituality
• World mythology
• Deep feeling psychotherapy
• Creative expression
• Local sustainable living
Something to Consider
Life fills every moment. We are either aware of it—and engaged—or disconnected and struggling.
We are either feelingaware—connected to every part of ourselves and the world—or unaware and a pawn in the game of life.
Do you prefer walking through life blindfolded or with your eyes open?
It's your move.
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