Rabbi Andrea Myers

All of You Wellness Centre - Member Therapists - Rabbi Andrea Myers
Contract Rabbi Andrea Myers directly at (647) 624-6448 or by e-mail at andrea@allofyou.ca.
Office Locations
(virtual care only)

Andrea (pronouns they/them) is a member of the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care and an accredited counselor. Their focus is on helping individuals, couples and families navigate through depression and anxiety, grief and loss, spiritual concerns, life transitions and relationship issues. They have a particular interest in caregiver support, chronic and palliative illness, dementia and chronic pain, knowing from both personal and professional experience the relief that individual counseling can provide for people experiencing these challenges.

Spiritual support is incorporated into their work but is not always the focus; it is one tool among many, and the important thing is to find what works for you. Andrea’s role as a counselor is to help you address patterns and strategies that may have served you in the past, but that have stopped working now, and that may have produced emotional and physical pain that needs relief. Working together, you and Andrea can explore ways that you can use your strength and compassion to heal, ground and gain new perspectives.

Andrea welcomes individuals, couples, triads, poly constellations and members of other sexual and gender minorities. She sees her trauma-informed training as a place for a broad spectrum of people. A good fit is essential for quality mental health care. Andrea encourages you to contact them to set up an initial free phone consultation to explore the possibility of working together.

In addition to counseling services, as a rabbi, Andrea helps create and officiate at individualized rituals to mark life celebrations, death, weddings and commitments of all forms, and celebrations of birth. They hold a BA in Neuroscience from Brandeis University. Andrea is the author of The Choosing: A Rabbi’s Journey from Silent Nights to High Holy Days (Rutgers University Press, 2011).