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Darryl Agbuis

RP (Qualifying)

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Intern Therapist

M.A. Candidate

In a world that often expects men to mask their emotions and tough it out, the struggle with mental health can be a silent battle, impacting every aspect of life. As a therapist specializing in men's mental health, I recognize the unique challenges men face, from relationship hurdles to self-esteem issues, anxiety, and beyond.

Many men grapple with relationship conflicts, family pressures, emotional regulation difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief, and the complexities of modern masculinity. These challenges can weigh heavily, affecting personal well-being and relationships.

My mission is to help men break free from these burdensome patterns, empowering them to build healthier connections, find inner peace, and rediscover a sense of purpose and confidence. Together, we'll navigate through the layers of self-beliefs, communication barriers, and societal pressures, unlocking your true potential.

With over five years of frontline experience in mental health, I've guided men through anxiety, depression, self-esteem struggles, ADHD, and relationship issues. My approach integrates practical tools like self-regulation techniques, mindfulness practices, and effective communication strategies to facilitate lasting change.

Through our work, you'll emerge stronger, more resilient, and equipped to navigate life's challenges with clarity and authenticity. Experience the transformation of reconnecting with yourself, building fulfilling relationships, and stepping into a brighter future. Take the courageous step forward and reach out to learn more today!

Darryl Agbuis

Credentials and Qualifications:

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) - College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario # 15684

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology - Yorkville University (in progress)

Fundamentals of EFT (Emotion-Focused Therapy) Externship - International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT)

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)




Emotional Disturbance


Coping Skills


Family Conflict


Men's Issues


Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Favourite Book: One of the books that I would recommend to help individuals struggling with communication in their relationship and developing a secure sense of connection with

others is “Hold Me Tight” by Sue Johnson.

Rate: Darryl is part of the Affordable Therapy program that offers low cost therapy across Ontario. Rates vary depending on financial situation and range from 0-$85+ HST. 

**Darryl receives clinical supervision on a weekly basis with a College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) Clinical Supervisor as part of his on-going training.

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