We get it. Being a student is demanding. You're no longer a kid, but you're not quite an adult, and by straddling those two worlds you have double the stress of anyone else. 

Therapy can help. 👍🏽

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Going to therapy helps you be resilient and successful — whether you're feeling great or struggling.


Meet Shift

We're a very different kind of therapy practice only a 2-minute walk from U of T St. George. We're all young, relatable and upbeat therapists with an understanding of the issues you're facing.


☝🏼That's Meg and Jor. They run the place. 


And look, we totally know starting therapy can be daunting. 
We make it comfortable.

☝🏼Learn more about Lisa by  clicking here !

☝🏼Learn more about Lisa by clicking here!

Meet Lisa. 

She's been there. She's been in your shoes. She gets the stress you feel and the overwhelm of exam season.

And she's also a great therapist, helping people deal with overwhelm and anxiety.

Basically, she helps you see that you're enough as you are. Sounds good, right?

☝🏼Learn more about Sara by  clicking here !

☝🏼Learn more about Sara by clicking here!

Meet Sara. 

She’s an open book. A world traveller turned therapist, she celebrates the complexity (and awesomeness) of being mixed-race.

After nearly a decade as a social worker, she’s here to have your back when times are tough (and when they’re going well, but you just need a check-in).


Good news! U of T undergrad benefits cover up to $125 per session. 

And for up to 20 sessions a year. It's literally the greatest undergrad student plan we've ever seen. That means you have 20 sessions of free therapy per year! 🎉

For any grad students, your coverage varies but is still really good!


Why wait? You can be matched with a great therapist and see them in the next 48 hours.

Call us at 416-962-8255 to speak with us from 8am to 8pm from everyday.

You can also email us at or fill out the form below. 💌

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Just a simple sentence like, "I'm looking to start therapy" is great!