THERAPY

TIME TO BREAK FREE

Anxiety, Self-Worth, Depression, Trauma & more

Private Individuals & RCMP, CAF, VAC, IRCC

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CLINICAL SUPERVISION

BOOST YOUR THERAPY SKILLS

Individual, Dyadic & Group
recent graduates & "Qualifying" welcome

SAFETALK WORKSHOPS

WE CAN ALL MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Anyone can learn the skills to help

save a life from suicide.

Evidence-based training to make your team, organization & community suicide-safer

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CONTACT ME OR
BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS CALL 911

or go to your nearest Hospital Emergency Service

 

Let me know if you're interested in therapy, supervision, safeTALK training, parent coaching or consultation.

Toronto: 421 Eglinton Avenue West

 (near Yonge & Eglinton subway station or TTC bus 32)

Stratford: The Space Within - 35 Market Place

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Caroline Rosta, MSc, MA (she/her)
Registered Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor & safeTALK Trainer

My Commitment to Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

I am committed to anti-racism, anti-oppression and anti-discrimination practices and policies. This is a dynamic process that includes ongoing reflection and uncovering of biases, ongoing training, research and a commitment to understanding and dismantling barriers identified by my clients. 
My clients include people representing a diversity of backgrounds, abilities, ages, socio-economic backgrounds and genders, including individuals from BIPOC, 2SLGBTQI and trans communities. I respect traditional teachings and am committed to decolonizing practices to honour the rights and experiences of Indigenous Peoples. I stand in solidarity with the Black communities in Canada and around the world in protest of anti-Black racism and systemic discrimination. I am committed to creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive practice where trans folks feel safe and supported. I am dedicated to supporting clients from 2SLGBTQI communities with dignity and respect.
I also understand and recognize the significant impact of intersectionality on mental health and wellbeing.
These issues concern us all. Let's continue to talk about them.