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Meet The Founder

Anna Lukomsky registered trauma therapist

I'm Anna Lukomsky (she/her), a registered social worker and trauma therapist in Newmarket, Ontario, with over 15 years of experience helping individuals navigate their mental health challenges.  


My primary focus in treatment is safety; helping people feel safe in their lives, in their bodies and in sessions with me. Throughout the healing process, I create a supportive environment through warmth, humour, compassion, and gentle patience; letting clients set a pace that works best for them; from the very start showing clients they have everything they need to heal already within them, waiting to be acknowledged and seen.


While I work with many types of issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, trouble functioning and coping, women's issues, and addictions, over time, I have developed three areas of specialization: Complex-PTSD, specifically working with adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect, treating bipolar disorder, and providing gender affirming care, as well as working with the LGBTQ+ community‌.

Benefits of Working With Me

Some of the primary benefits you’ll get from working with me, Anna Lukomsky, a trusted mental health professional and local trauma therapist in Newmarket, include the following:

Trauma Healing

Therapy provides a safe space to process and heal from past traumas, allowing for emotional relief and growth. By addressing unresolved trauma, you can experience profound healing, freeing yourself from the weight of your past, and paving the way for a brighter future. You will learn strategies for feeling safe, whole, and at ease, and learn how to regulate your emotions. 

Somatic Regulation

Somatic regulation involves learning to manage bodily sensations and responses to aid in trauma healing. This includes becoming more aware of sensations like tension or discomfort and mastering techniques to handle them effectively.

Stabilize Bipolar Mood Fluctuations

Through therapeutic techniques and support, clients can learn effective coping strategies to manage mood swings and stabilize their emotional state. By gaining insight into triggers and developing personalized strategies, you can regain a sense of control over your emotions and lead a more balanced life.

Improve Self-Esteem and Relationships

With the guidance of therapy, clients can explore underlying issues, build self-awareness, and develop healthier patterns, leading to improved self-esteem and more fulfilling relationships. By understanding and addressing the root causes of low self-esteem, you can cultivate a deeper sense of self-worth and confidence, laying the foundation for stronger, more meaningful connections with others.

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Core Values

As the founder of Lukomsky Therapy, I hold steadfastly to these core values that guide every aspect of my practice. These values serve as the cornerstone of my therapeutic approach, ensuring that each client receives the highest standard of care and support.


My aim is to create a confidential, secure space for clients to explore emotions and experiences freely, devoid of judgment or fear.


Compassion and Empathy:

With 15 years of experience, I prioritize leading with genuine compassion and empathy, ensuring clients feel deeply heard and understood throughout their therapeutic journey.


Experiential Healing:

Utilizing immersive, mindfulness-based techniques, we foster profound healing experiences, guiding clients towards heightened self-awareness and transformative growth. The experiential method differs from traditional talk therapy.


Embracing diversity, my practice honours the unique backgrounds and identities of all individuals seeking support.


Expertise and Professionalism:

Leveraging my extensive knowledge in mental health topics, I provide expert guidance and maintain the highest professional standards, tailoring care to meet each client's needs.



Central to my approach is empowering clients to access their inner resilience and strength, facilitating enduring growth and positive change both inside and outside the therapy room.

Anna Lukomsky registered trauma therapist

Education & Training

Bachelor of Arts (Specialized Honours Psychology): June 2008 | York University


Certificate in Addiction Studies: June 2012 | University of Toronto Collaborative Specialization in Addiction Studies


Master of Social Work (Specialization Mental Health): June 2012 | University of Toronto 


One Year Professionals Training Program: June 2015 | Gestalt Institute of Toronto


Sensory Awareness: Mindfulness Training: June 2015 | Gestalt Institute of Toronto

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (level one): June 2016 | Canadian Mental Health Association


CBT For Psychosis: July 2017 | Udemy


Emotion-Focused Therapy (level one): November 2017 | Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic York University


Surgical Referral Training for Transition Related Care: February 2018 | Rainbow Health Ontario


Emotion-Focused Therapy (level two): May 2018 |Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic York University

Treating Trauma Master Series: December 2018 | National Institute for the Application of Behavioural Medicine

Emotion-Focused Therapy (level three/level A Certification): November 2019 | Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic York University


Safe and Sound Protocol Provider: November 2019 | Integrated Listening Systems 


Somatic Embodiment and Regulation Strategies (level one): March 2021 | Sadar Psychological Services 

Somatic Embodiment and Regulation Strategies (level two): May 2021 | Sadar Psychological Services


Somatic Embodiment and Regulation Strategies (level three): July 2021 | Sadar Psychological Services

Healing Trauma Course: January 2022 | Peter Levine PhD, Sounds True 


Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (level one): June 2023 | Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute


Trauma, Dissociation and the Body: September 2023 | Pat Ogden PhD, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute 


Grieving Our Lost Childhood: October 2023 | Janina Fisher PhD, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (level two): March 2024 | Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute

Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy: May 2024 | 3C Institute

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