Grace Health Centre is a group of seven family physicians with special interest and training in counselling and support staff working together to care for you. We consider health as having many components including the physical, social, psychological, and spiritual dimensions. We encourage clients to take responsibility for their own life and health. We share a deep commitment to helping, high professional standards of training and conduct, membership in accredited helping professions, a common value system and Christian philosophy. All of us have completed our doctorate degrees in medicine from the University of Toronto or University of Western Ontario medical school and have been in a Christian group family practice for the past decade.
Dr. Tat-Ying Wong has a Masters of Theological Studies degree focusing on individual counselling and a Masters of Divinity degree in counselling focusing on marital and family therapy from the Ontario Theological Seminary. He has also undertaken postgraduate training in marital, family and sexual therapy at the University of Toronto and supervision of marriage and family therapy at the University of Guelph. He is a registered marriage and family therapist in Ontario and a Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor of OAMFT and AAMFT. Dr. Wong is available for conducting individual, couple and family therapy only in a team setting. He has extensive experience in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, self-esteem and stress. His special interests include premarital counselling, vocational counselling, families in ministry, cultural contextualization of family therapy to Chinese families, family therapy related to medical problems and training and supervision of lay and professional counsellors. He is also a Clinical Supervisor in the Masters level Marriage and Family Program at Tyndale Seminary and Counselling Skills Training Program in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Tat-Kwan Wong also holds a Masters of Theological Studies degree with a counselling focus. He has extensive experience working with students, young adults, and families. Dr. Man-Hon Chu's special interest include stress and working with students, young adults, and families. Dr. Danny Yeung, a Certificant and Fellow of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, is appointed by the College as Psychotherapy Mentor for the Collaborative Mental Health Network. He serves as a Certificant and was the only Director of Chinese descent in the Board for General Practice Psychotherapy Association in Canada. He has maintained a private practice in family medicine and psychotherapy in Toronto since 1989.
Referrals to our clinic for individual, couple, or family therapy can be arranged by calling 416-633-7337 and specifying an appointment for counselling and the name of the therapist whom you wish to work with.