Tim Vickery
(Registered Psychotherapist)


After studying theology at Wycliffe College, Tim served for many years as a pastor - first in the Yukon and then in Kingston. He completed a Graduate Certificate in Psychotherapy at the Toronto Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling Education (TCPCE) and has been at CCS since 2021.

Tim draws from rich and broad life experience. He has worked extensively with university students, seniors, families and First Nations community members. He also has experience with marginalized populations experiencing homelessness and addictions. Tim finds it a special joy to build relationships that are cross-cultural or inter-faith.

Tim is active in the Sanctuary community in Toronto, the Anglican Order of the Holy Cross, and the World Community of Christian Meditation. He has run marathons, designed and built a house, and enjoys travelling to places that are “off the beaten track.”

Tim says,

“It’s a privilege to walk alongside people as they struggle on the journey of life. I have experience helping individuals with trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, addictions, family conflict, self harm, grief, abuse, life transitions, ADHD, and spiritual issues. I work with women and with couples, but I have a special passion for working with men who feel stuck or overwhelmed.”

“My approach is patient and non-judgmental, drawing from a wide range of modalities. I look for strengths, potential, and hope. Even in the darkest of situations, when one looks deeply within the self, they may find a light that can help them - not just to survive, but to flourish.”