Rosemary has a Psychology degree from York University and studied Psychotherapy and Spiritual Direction at the Transformational Arts College in Toronto. She has 25 years experience working with people with intellectual disabilities and their families, and her focus of work has included advocacy, employment coaching, staff training and public speaking.
Rosemary also worked for the Peel Board of Education as an Educational Assistant and Behavioral Educational Assistant in both elementary and secondary schools.
Rosemary is trained in techniques such as focusing, guided imagery, relaxation, inner child work, two chair work, talk therapy and meditation.
Her mindful approach to psychotherapy includes working with each individual holistically, working with mind body, spirit and heart.
She works together with clients around a number of issues including lifestyle changes, understanding family and relationship dynamics, working through grief and trauma, emotional healing, personal growth and LGBTQ support.
Rosemary’s approach to psychotherapy supports clients to deepen their spiritual understanding and create practical, individual spiritual connection.
She believes that emotional healing and self-discovery supports us in healing wounds, developing healthy self-esteem, having our needs met, having a voice and taking charge of our lives.