Nicole McCance

Registered Psychologist, Clinical Supervisor, Owner

M.A., C. Psych.

Nicole McCance M.A. C. Psych. is a Registered Psychologist, working with individuals, couples, children and families in Toronto. She has a M.A in Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto, a B.A. in Criminology and a B.A with Honours in Psychology from Carleton University. Nicole also holds a certificate from Harvard Medical School in Trauma and Recovery. She has been in private practice since 2006 and is a member in good standing with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Her practice areas are in clinical, counselling and rehabilitation psychology.

Nicole helps people struggling with a variety of issues including:

  • Depression (including postpartum depression)
  • Anxiety and constant worry
  • PTSD and trauma
  • Parenting
  • Infidelity
  • Fertility issues
  • Relationship conflict
  • Work-related stress and disability leave
  • Confidence and dating

She also supervises a number of master’s level psychotherapists in their work. She owns the group practice, Nicole McCance Psychology, offering psychotherapy in multiple locations across the GTA.Click here to see locations and therapists.

Nicole is the author of the Amazon best-selling book 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally. She has been a frequent contributor on TV shows such as The Social, Etalk, The Morning Show, Breakfast Television and most news outlets.  You can find her mental health and relationship tips in the Toronto Star, Elle Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Men’s Health and Canadian Living. She was also the Relationship Therapist on Season 2 of the Cosmo TV show Love Trap.

A sought after keynote speaker for events like the National Women’s Show, she loves facilitating workshops across North America and in Europe. She has spoken at Harvard University, the Four Seasons, and large corporations such as Bell and Canada Post.

Nicole supervises all M.A. level therapists at the Toronto Neurofeedback & Psychotherapy Centre as well as all offsite therapists. Their services are usually covered by workplace psychology benefits under Nicole’s supervision