Nate Fuks PhD (He/Him)


Dr. Nate Fuks, a licensed OPQ psychologist, obtained his PhD in Counselling Psychology from McGill University in 2014. Nate combines his extensive private practice experience and a strong academic foundation in his work with individuals, couples, and families. He has held leadership roles, directing both the Psychoeducational & Counselling Clinic as well as Virginia I. Douglas Centre for Clinical Psychology at McGill University. These roles significantly contributed to the training of future mental health professionals. Nate employs an evidence-based, integrative, and collaborative therapeutic approach, blending various modalities such as Psychodynamic, EFT, CBT, CPT, Mindfulness, Feminist, 2SLGBTQ+ Affirmative, IFS, ACT, and Trauma-Informed/Focused therapy. His areas of expertise extend to addressing relationship issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, identity challenges (including 2SLGBTQ+, race, ethnicity, religion, and intersectionality), grief, life transitions, and self-esteem. His empathetic and genuine approach is sensitively tailored to the distinctive needs of each client, ensuring that the therapeutic process is guided by the client’s input, rather than imposing a predetermined approach.