Rosetta is a Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying) who has been working with neurodivergent children, adolescents, and adults for over 25 years. She is an empathic therapist who is passionate about helping autistic people and their families. Throughout her career she has held a variety of positions in the developmental and mental health sector and has experience working with individuals across the lifespan, at any stage of their development. Rosetta is an advocate for inclusionary practices in all environments and enjoys helping young children self-regulate their emotions and express themselves effectively. She works with adolescents on school issues, anxieties, focus and social stressors. She helps adults enhance their self-awareness and develop greater clarity around their ambitions. She also supports adults who may be struggling with relational issues. In addition to her counselling practice, Rosetta loves to teach. She is a professor of Early Childhood Education at an international college where she teaches courses on Autism and Developmental Psychology. She is also a certified Yoga Teacher.

Rosetta works with mixed modalities and uses different therapeutic techniques to adapt to the clients needs. She is creative and discovers what works best for each individual and family. She provides one-to-one individual therapy and approaches families with a holistic approach, with a focus on positive strengths and abilities.

Client focus:  Children (0-12 years), adolescents, adults, and families. 

Fee: $169.50/hr session (includes HST)

Services: 

Individual Psychotherapy to address:

  • School and academic stressors 
  • Social and life skills development
  • Self-regulation of emotions 
  • Focus & Attention
  • Anxiety and repetitive thoughts or behaviours 
  • Overall mental health
  • Family and romantic relationships
  • Communication skills
  • Challenging behaviours
  • Attachment Issues
  • School readiness skills

Treatment Approach: Rosetta uses a personalized approach with each individual and family, which may include psychodynamic psychotherapy, the use of assessment tools, attachment theories, biopsychosocial model, sensorimotor activities, play therapy, art therapy, role modelling, visuals, cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness, meditation and yoga techniques.

Therapy Options:
In person, telephone, online video conference or email therapy

Education:

Psychotherapist (Q) CICAPP Canadian Institute for Children & Adolescents Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
B.A., Disabilities Studies Ryerson University
Family Support Certificate Ryerson University
K1 Yoga Certificate Trillium Health Centre
ECE Diploma Humber College