March 16, 2020

Hello, clients of Locke Psychotherapy. Given the current public health situation we are offering phone and teleconferencing sessions until further notice.  Your therapist will be in touch about your upcoming appointment to confirm the arrangements.  Thank you for your understanding.


Be well,


Locke Psychotherapy Group

April 2, 2020


Thank you for visiting the website for Locke Psychotherapy Group.  We provide fee for service counselling, treatment, and psychotherapy services in Hamilton, Ontario for teens and adults of all ages.  We have been in operation since 2005.  We also provide consultation and training for local organizations and offer clinical consultation (“supervision”) to local mental health professionals.  


Locke Psychotherapy Group prides itself in offering treatments that work.  Many difficulties such as anxiety, low mood, and self-control issues respond well to a type of therapy known as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).  Other difficulties respond well to insight-guided therapies.  Regardless of what you would like to work on, you will have the opportunity to discuss your goals, needs, and preferred therapy approach with your therapist.  



Locke Psychotherapy Group is able to provide individual counselling to clients with various presenting concerns due to the varied backgrounds of our clinicians.  Please scroll through our complete services.

Individual Counselling, Organizational Training
and clinical CONSULTATIOn for professionals
for Teens and 
Consultation for 

Locke Psychotherapy

385 King Street West 

Hamilton, ON 



Tel: 905.525.0810

Fax: 905.525.0811

Unfortunately, due to the sensitive and sometimes complex matters to be discussed, we do not respond to inquiries via email.  We are happy to speak to you over the phone.  Please call 905 525 0810 and we will get back to you very soon.  

Our office is a small converted coach house set back from King Street.  We are at the south-west corner of Ray and King Streets. There is parking available in our parking lot, a bus stop across the street, and a City of Hamilton bike stand on the sidewalk out front.