about relateTO

Our mission is to offer high quality, inclusive and accessible support and programming to help individuals develop and sustain meaningful relationships. We offer both relationship coaching services and group programs which focus on challenging aspects of relationships, including:

  • Meeting new people

  • Conversation skills

  • Conflict management

  • Assertive communication

  • Empathetic communication

  • Friendship

  • Dating

  • Intimacy

  • Navigating & enhancing relationships

  • And much more!

Our programs and services are open to all young adults and adults who identify as autistic, neurodiverse or having a disability, living in Ontario, Canada. We welcome people of all gender identities, sexual orientations and backgrounds.

Click here to learn more about our Mission, Vision and Values.


We, Danielle and Megan, are both registered Occupational Therapists practising in Toronto. We share a passion for accessibility, inclusivity and using our training and energy to help others.  We recognize that there is a lack of specialized services to meet the unique needs of neurodiverse individuals and couples in their relationships. RelateTO was created to fill that gap by offering unique specialized services to give neurodiverse individuals the skill sets they need to achieve their goals.  


We have a long history of working together, problem solving and collaborating as graduates from the same Occupational Therapy Master's program at U of T. Together, we have travelled and completed clinical work internationally and we currently serve as Co-Chairs for the International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation - Kenya group. Our partnership is strengthened not only by these shared passions and experiences, but by the laughter and joy we share in the process.

Click on Danielle and Megan's images to learn more about their background and experiences.


We have unique expertise working with neurodiverse individuals and people with disabilities across the lifespan. We have obtained specialized education and training to be able to offer high quality and evidence-based services to the clients we serve. Some examples include:

  • Fundamentals of Working with Neurodiverse Couples in Therapy

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy  

  • Solution-Focused Coaching

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 

  • Agents of Change for Individuals with ASD


MScOT, OT Reg. (Ont.)



MScOT, OT Reg. (Ont.)




Occupational therapy is a health care profession that promotes well-being by helping people engage in things that are important to them. For many, the ability to connect and relate with others is fundamental to their sense of self and community. 

As occupational therapists, we have a compassionate but goal-driven approach to assessing the obstacles faced by an individual - and optimizing strategies to overcome them.