Ola M. Kuforiji (Psychotherapy Intern)


As a therapist, Ola employs a person-centred approach to all his work. True empathy, cultural sensitivity, and unconditional positive regard for clients are chief among his values. Pulling from traditions such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, Ola also helps clients deconstruct their issues into more manageable components (i.e., thoughts, feelings, and behaviours) in order to help them reframe both their issues and responses in a more adaptive fashion.


After a decade-long career in clinical research at top Canadian hospitals, Ola chose to develop the skills he gained in more treatment-oriented settings. His work with fathers who were at-risk for or had committed domestic violence prompted him to pursue graduate studies at Yorkville University. 


Ola has a distinct appreciation of the relationship between theory, research, and professional practice and thus the need for varied approaches to treatment. He is open-minded, adaptive, and flexible in the therapy room. Leading with genuine curiosity, Ola creates a safe space that is anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, and ultimately non-judgmental where the client is the expert on their own life. 

Master of Arts Candidate
Yorkville University
Counselling Psychology
Fredericton, NB
Residency and Fellowships
Bachelor of Science (Honours)
University of Toronto (Scarborough Campus)
Mental Health Studies Specialist
Scarborough, Ontario
Specialty Interests



Relationship Issues

Workplace Stress




Professional Memberships

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (Student Member)

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