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Hi, I'm Linda Samson.

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

354785linda textI help people in many areas of therapy
Individual and marriage counselling, grief and depression, stress and career changes, addictions and anxiety, self esteem and assertiveness and more. I help people lead more satisfying lives.

Linda Samson, secluded, private officeYour privacy is important to me
Come and feel the comfort and quiet of my office overlooking a hundred year old forest - a sanctuary, nestled in among 13 acres of woods, gardens and ponds - designed to assure privacy, peace and recovery.

Linda Samson, Registered marriage and family therapist, GeorgetownCan you relate to these stories?
Fighting over money, fading desire, infidelity, grief, anxiety, loneliness or career changes are experience by many. I created my blog to share with you how you can overcome the troubles life brings your way.

Linda Samson, Registered marriage and family therapist, GeorgetownMore about Linda
I have a MSc in Family Studies from Guelph University. I am a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. I am also a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. I have been doing this work for over 30 years.

My husband hates to dance

This is something I hear so often in my work with couples. I have always wondered if the way a man dances tells us something about the kind of lover he is.

A woman longs for a partner who can easily lead her around the dance floor. I think that if a man can dance well, it means he can enjoy his body. He feels the music and matches the woman’s rhythm. A good dancer can take a woman beyond what she can do on her own.

Women are turned on by men who can take them to new places, not only on the dance floor, but also in life and this includes their sexual relationships.

I wonder if this is why so many women watch all those couple dance talent shows on TV?