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Montreal Psychotherapist Tom Caplan

individual • marriage & couple • family • anger management • depression & loss

Montreal Psychotherapist & Couple and Family Therapist Tom Caplan

Tom Caplan is a social worker and therapist in private practice who provides therapy services to individuals, couples, families and groups. He is an adjunct professor at McGill University in the School of Social Work and consultant to the McGill Domestic Violence Clinic. He is also a designated expert in Domestic Violence for the Quebec Court System.

Tom does clinical work with forensic populations, is a consultant to the Caplan Therapy Centre and is the founder and consultant to the Montreal Anger ManagementCentre.

Therapeutic Approach

Tom uses an integrative therapeutic approach that combines therapeutic methods also described in narrative, solution focused, emotion-focused and motivational work. At base, this approach rests on the belief that, once relational needs have been ascertained, a collaborative plan for meeting them through effective relational problem-solving can be readily established.

Professional Activities

Tom is on the editorial board of Social Work with Groups, is a certified marriage and family therapist (OTSTCFQ), a certified marriage and family therapy supervisor (A.A.M.F.T), a member of the Professional Order of Social Workers of Quebec (OPTSQ) and a licensed Psychotherapist (OPQ).

Tom also presents workshops, gives trainings and lectures in universities, junior colleges and local community centres. He has participated in research projects in collaboration with McGill University, Concordia University, the Jewish General Hospital and the Douglas Hospital.

See Tom Caplans’ complete qualifications here, and Tom’s books and publications here.