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Psychotherapy and Counselling Services

We are a virtual Toronto-based counselling service, passionate about:

helping you find your way in moments of struggle and overwhelming stress.

Our Aim? To guide you to RECONNECT with your ability to tolerate challenges.

Convenient. Relaxed. Where Your Story is Being Heard.

Meet our Founder & Director

Delia Petrescu

BA, MA, Registered Psychotherapist (RP)

Hi there! I’m Delia, the founder behind Get Reconnected Psychotherapy Services. 

Life has a way of throwing curveballs at us, and we all find ourselves at times needing a little support. 

At Get Reconnected, we understand that reaching out for help can be the most difficult step in the process. That’s why we’re here to make this process as pleasant and smooth as possible for you. 

We are passionate about not only helping you find the coping tools that you need but also help you build emotional strength and resilience.

Our services are accessible to everyone, no matter where you are in Ontario.
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Our Team

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Delia Petrescu

BA, MA, Registered Psychotherapist (RP) – founder of Get Reconnected Psychotherapy Services
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Carolina Vintu

Ph.D., Registered Psychotherapist (RP)

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Sep Nikmanesh

Student Intern, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

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Adam Adivi

Student Intern,
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

“Mental health … is not a destination but a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you’re going.”

Noam Shpancer, PhD

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Do I Need Therapy?

If any of these resonate with you, let’s talk! We offer brief phone consults to discuss your concerns and how we can help.

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”

Mark Twain

Getting Started is Easy…

At Get Reconnected, you can get Started in Three Simple Steps

Connect with Us for a Free Consult

Reach out via email or phone. Schedule a free 15-minute consultation. We’ll discuss your current struggles, and we’ll walk you through our style and the therapy process.

Book an Appointment with Ease

We’ve made it simple for you to book an appointment with our user-friendly platform. Browse available dates and times. Secure your session in just a few clicks.

Your First session: Setting Goals Together

In our first session, we’ll work together to identify your therapy goals. We’ll listen, understand your needs, and create achievable goals together.

Some Benefits of Therapy

Some Benefits of Therapy

Who We Help

At Get Reconnected, we are dedicated to providing support and guidance to individuals and couples facing various challenges. Our team of therapists focus in the following areas

Ask away, we’re here to help!

Areas of Focus



Do you frequently feel tense? Is your level of worry and stress excessive to the point where it is difficult to manage? Our dedicated therapists are here to assist you in finding effective ways to navigate whatever life throws at you.

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Depression can make you feel like you’re stuck in a never-ending state of sadness. It can drain your energy, affect your appetite, and leave you feeling hopeless. But there is hope! Our skilled therapists can help find your way back.

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Relationships require effort and understanding. Whether you’re facing communication issues, conflicts, a sense of emotional distance, we are here to help. We can help you work together to strengthen your relationship and connection.



Struggling with low self-confidence, or a negative self-image? Our therapists can assist you in developing a positive self-perception, building resilience, and have more self-compassion for yourself. Contact us to find out more about our approaches.



Have you been trying to conceive for a long time? Are you close to starting or are you in the process of fertility treatments? Do you feel hopeless and struggling with stress and worry? You are not alone. Let us be there for you in your journey.

Life Transitions​

Life Transitions

Change is an inevitable part of life, and sometimes transitions can be overwhelming. Whether you’re going through a career change, relocation, or any major life shift, our therapists can help you navigate the process and find a sense of purpose and meaning.



Are you constantly stressed, tired, exhausted, emotionally disconnected, and unmotivated? You might be going through burnout. Contact us to learn more about how we can work together to overcome those symptoms.

Postpartum Therapy in Toronto


As a new parent, you may be experiencing one or more of the following: sadness, anxiety, fear, anger, and guilt. While some of these feelings are normal and common after childbirth, others may signal postpartum depression.

We tailor therapy to your needs. If you're facing challenges, reach out. Let's start a journey of growth and change together.


How We Help

At Get Reconnected, we understand that everyone experiences challenges and difficulties in unique ways and that no single approach is suitable for everyone. We have been trained in a variety of modalities, such as:

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The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) only covers psychotherapy services provided by a psychiatrist or a general practitioner (GP) psychotherapist. Unfortunately, services provided by other mental health professionals such as psychologists, social workers, or private practice psychotherapists are not covered by OHIP. 


This means that most people in Ontario who receive psychotherapy services have to pay for therapy out of pocket or through their private insurance plans. 


It’s a good idea to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage for psychotherapy.

The frequency of your therapy sessions depends largely on your unique situation and needs, as well as your therapist’s recommendations. Some people may benefit from weekly sessions, while others might need bi-weekly or monthly sessions. Your therapist will work with you to establish a schedule that best supports your mental health journey. 

You might consider seeking a therapist if you’re experiencing persistent sadness, anxiety, or stress, having difficulty coping with life changes, struggling with negative thoughts or unhealthy behaviours, or feeling isolated. You can also see a therapist if you are simply trying to understand yourself better or find better ways to cope with daily stress. 

In Ontario, Registered Psychotherapists (RP) can assess and treat a range of conditions, but they cannot make formal diagnosis like a psychiatrist or a psychologist. They can, however, work collaboratively with other healthcare providers to support the client’s treatment plan.

Yes, confidentiality is a fundamental part of psychotherapy. Therapists are obligated to keep information about their clients private and confidential, unless there is consent from the client to share information or if there is an immediate risk of harm to the client or others. 

While the terms are often used interchangeably, there are some differences. Counselling tends to be more short-term and focuses on specific issues or life changes. Psychotherapy, on the other hand, often involves longer-term treatment and dives deeper into patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. 

Access to free psychotherapy in Ontario can depend on a variety of factors such as where you live, your income, and your specific circumstances. 


Here are some options for free or low-cost psychotherapy in Ontario:


Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) → many workplaces offer EAPs that provide free or low-cost counselling and therapy services for employees and their families. 

Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and Ontario Works → some individuals may be eligible to receive funding for psychotherapy services through these programs. 

Outreach and Community Clinics → some free or low-cost community clinics and outreach centers may be available through local health departments, hospitals, and community health centers. 


Keep in mind that the availability and accessibility of these services can vary depending on location and resources, so you may need to check what is available in your area specifically. 

Absolutely! Therapy isn’t just for addressing problems or navigating crises. It can also be an incredibly useful tool for personal growth, self-discovery, and preventative mental health care.

When looking for a therapist, there are a few red flags to be aware of that may indicate that the therapist is not a good fit for you, or that they may not be a qualified therapist: 


Lack of credentials → A therapist should be licensed or certified to practice in the province where they are located. Be sure to check the therapist’s credentials to make sure they have the proper training and qualifications to practice therapy. 


Unprofessional behaviour → A therapist should maintain professional boundaries and conduct themselves in a professional and ethical manner. red flags include: making inappropriate or personal comments, discussing their own problems or personal life, or not keeping the session focused on you. 


Inability to respect boundaries → A therapist should respect your boundaries and preferences, and not pressure you to do anything you are not comfortable with. If a therapist is not willing to respect your boundaries, or seems to have an unclear boundary, it might be a red flag. 


Lack of empathy → a therapist should be able to understand and empathize with your concerns and feelings. If a therapist seems dismissive, unresponsive, or not genuinely interested in your concerns, it might be a red flag. 


Pushy approach → a therapist should work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your individual needs and goals. 


Finding a therapist that you feel comfortable with and trust can take time, so it’s okay to shop around before making a decision. It’s also important to communicate with your therapist and raise any concerns you may have, as they can work with you to address them.