Office Location at 320 Danforth Avenue in Toronto













Directions:

The office is located at the Carrot Common at 320 Danforth Avenue in Toronto.

From the West:

Take the 401 Eastbound to DVP South
Exit Bayview/Bloor
Take Bloor/Danforth exit (bear left)
Turn left onto Danforth Avenue (you will be crossing over a large bridge)
Turn left on 4th street (Jackman Ave) – you will see a large church on one corner and a large orange building complex on the other corner.
Green P Parking available in the back of Carrot Common parking lot


From the East:

Take the 401 Westbound to DVP South
Exit Bayview/Bloor
Take Bloor/Danforth exit (bear left)
Turn left onto Danforth Avenue (you will be crossing over a large bridge)
Turn left on 4th street (Jackman Ave) – you will see a large church on one corner and a large orange building complex on the other corner.
Green P Parking available in the back of Carrot Common parking lot


From Downtown Toronto:

Take DVP North
Exit Bayview/Bloor
Take Bloor/Danforth exit (bear left)
Turn left onto Danforth Avenue (you will be crossing over a large bridge)
Turn left on 4th street (Jackman Ave) – you will see a large church on one corner and a large orange building complex on the other corner.
Green P Parking available in the back of Carrot Common parking lot


From the North:

Take the 404 Southbound which will turn into DVP South
Exit Bayview/Bloor
Take Bloor/Danforth exit (bear left)
Turn left onto Danforth Avenue (you will be crossing over a large bridge)
Turn left on 4th street (Jackman Ave) – you will see a large church on one corner and a large orange building complex on the other corner.
Green P Parking available in the back of Carrot Common parking lot


By TTC:

Exit Chester Station (between Broadview and Pape Stations)
After you exit Chester Station, walk south on Chester Ave. and turn right on Danforth Ave. 
Walk 1 block and you will find us in the Carrot Common boulevard area









Land Acknowledgement
We acknowledge the land we are meeting on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Sandy Kiaizadeh, MA, Registered Psychotherapist
Toronto Mindful Solutions Clinic