About BayridgeWe have been serving the Greater Toronto Area now for over 25 years. Our team is composed of medical doctors, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, psychotherapists, addiction specialists, child and adolescent counsellors, coaches, mood disorder specialists and pastoral counsellors.
Our centre is recognized as a clinical training facility for several colleges and universities throughout Ontario. More than a few members of the team are also serving as faculty professors in universities and colleges.
The Bayridge Family Center is founded on the following principles:
The Duality & Equality of Humanity
Humanity is truly represented through both males and females. Each individual is to be honoured and respected, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation or faith orientation.
The Relational Nature of Humanity
We are social by design. We are fully human when we are in wholesome relationship within ourselves, and with each other, our world and our God.
The Progressive Nature of Humanity
We all have a desire within us to grow, to change, to become more than we are.
The Volitional & Responsible Partnership of Humanity
We are designed with the power and gift of choice from which we are called to be responsible for our life, relationships, our families, our communities and our world.
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