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Online Mental Health Therapy in Ontario

The Indigenous concept of wellness teaches the importance of

balancing our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of

ourselves. Sometimes life can be chaotic, challenging, and difficult.

This can lead to being out of balance, uprooted, and uncentered. 

Let's get you back to being BALANCED, ROOTED, and GROUNDED

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Providing safe, confidential, and culturally competent therapy for Indigenous adults in Ontario.  

We Are Here to Help

You don't have to weather the hard seasons alone!

If you feel stuck in any of these challenges, we are here to help!

Building resiliency & wellness
Inner healing & finding purpose


Intergenerational trauma
Self esteem
Major life changes - martial status, becoming a new parent, career change, death of a loved one


Our Approach to
Mental Health

How we are different!


Wellness consists of balancing mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of yourself. 


Understanding the complex nature of mental health and being non-judgmental, patient, and compassionate. 


Embracing the psychology of Indigenous ancestors and the clinical training of Western psychology. 


Empowering you with the skills, tools, and resources to master your mental health. 


Doctorate level training and clinical practice that is highly specialized in Indigenous mental health and well-being. 


Acknowledging and understanding the historical, political, and social injustice of Indigenous people and the impact on mental health. 


We can help you live a balanced life through the following services:

Dr. Dana Seymour, psychologist, specializes in Indigenous Mental Health Therapy in Ontario and is an NIHB provider


Mental Health Counselling

Individual online or telephone therapy for mental health, wellness, and healing. 

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Education & Workshops

Mental health education for Indigenous organizations and communities. 

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Mental Health Initiatives

Special Projects

Collaborations for mental health initiatives and projects. 


Dr. Dana Seymour is an Indigenous registered clinical psychologist and Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) provider from the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. She founded Trillium Psychology with one goal in mind: to help Indigenous individuals, communities, and nations live a balanced life that FEELS GOOD. She believes that everyone has the right to feel their best and is passionate about providing accessible professional psychological services that are culturally appropriate for Indigenous people. 


Life can be hard, therapy can help! 

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