Nicholas Sorg, MSc, RP (Q)
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Nicholas is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). He holds a Master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy from the University of Guelph, where much of his research focused on the impacts of sexual minority stress on bi/pan/polysexual identity development.
Nicholas is a white, queer, cisgender man and settler who works with individuals, couples, and families within the context of their many relationships and broader social systems. His work incorporates an active, curious, and collaborative approach that is inspired by the power of stories and the fundamental role they play in growth and healing. Nicholas believes that people themselves are the most qualified agents of change and healing, possessing the knowledge, strength, and determination to transform their lives. Nicholas is committed to nurturing spaces that embody safety, compassion, and allyship; placing a high value on the therapeutic relationship as a site for change, healing, and empowerment.
Nicholas works from an anti-racist and anti-oppressive framework that views therapy as a space for challenging societal injustice while making visible dominant discourses like whiteness, heteronormativity, colonization, and other forms of oppression. His practice is also trauma and attachment informed, embracing a number of therapeutic modalities including dialogic, solution focused, narrative, and emotionally-focused therapies.