Mitasha Bhalla


Provides Services to:

Young adulthood (19-35), Middle adulthood (36-65), Elders (66+)



Area of Focus:

Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Life transition, Aging related issues, Eating disorder, Anger management, Adjustment issues (newcomers), Self-esteem related issues


English, Hindi, and Punjabi

Degree and Credentials:

Registered Psychotherapist in the Province of Ontario (CRPO), Bachelors of Arts, Masters in Psychology

Work Schedule:

By Appointment

Accepting New Patients:


Ms. Mitasha Bhalla provides psychotherapy treatment sessions under supervision for problems/ issues that are related to clients involved in motor vehicle accidents. This includes addressing trauma symptoms, anger management problems, relationship issues and communication skills, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, PTSD, driving/passenger anxiety, pain management to name a few.

Her approach to treatment is mainly Cognitive Behavioural which includes techniques such as Cognitive restructuring, Socratic dialogue, behavioural activation, Stress reduction, desensitization techniques, Relaxation training, Pain management techniques. Additionally, other approaches such as solution focused therapy, supportive counselling and psychoeducational techniques are also used.

Through collaboration between therapist and client, Mitasha’s goals of the therapy are to provide clients with a safe space where they can expand self-awareness and explore and process their thoughts and emotions to work through challenging issues in a confidential and non-judgmental environment, in order to uncover inner strength and empower positive change.

“If you are dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and stress and need support. If you feel overwhelmed by emotions and are unable to find a way to bring yourself back into balance. I am a firm believer that our environment and relationships play a large role in shaping our mental health, and well being. I strive to offer a safe, and supportive, environment for you to understand your thoughts, feelings, and actions – helping you move forward and live your life the way you want. As a therapist, I offer compassionate support. We will be working collaboratively to create a plan that tailors to your needs. I aim to provide a safe and supportive environment where we can work together to attain your goals.”

Mitasha is fluent in English, Hindi, and Punjabi.