Tanisha Hall

MSW, RSW, Psychotherapist in Guelph Specializing in ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, & Postpartum Counselling

My office address is:
21 Yarmouth St
Guelph, ON N1H 4G2

I am located in Guelph, and work with clients throughout Ontario (and beyond) in an online therapy (phone or video) setting.

Phone: 519-340-3192
Email: [email protected]

Get your free 20-minute consultation to see if you think we are the right people to help you.

About Tanisha Hall

MSW, RSW, Social Worker, Psychotherapist

Tanisha Hall, MSW, RSW, PsychotherapistGuelph Counsellor for Families, Youth and Adults

Many challenges we face are inevitable, but often we can sway the outcomes in our favor, keep challenges from compounding each other, and avoid other problems altogether.  That is the philosophy I carry into my work helping my clients – from teenagers to adults – with challenges like postpartum depression, race-based trauma, ADHD, OCD, learning disabilities, autism, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, and other concerns.

My promise is to provide you a compassionate, open, culturally-affirming, and empowering counselling environment.  With over 10 years of experience in working with families, youth, and adults, I’ve gained an in-depth understanding of autism-spectrum disorder and other cognitive and developmental differences. I am always learning more about the complexity and layers of the mind, which allows me to help you navigate the complexity of life.

I work with individual clients and families in an online setting and in-person at our Guelph office.  I would describe my approach to therapy as a goal-oriented, solution-focused, evidence-based, person-centered framework.  In it I combine narrative therapy and cognitive behavioral theory, creating a collaborative relationship and process.  I also incorporate an anti-oppressive, intersectional, and trauma-informed lens, in that my lived experience has helped me to understand, value, and validate your uniqueness.


Compassionate mental health support for people feeling overwhelmed.