Psychotherapy

Learn coping strategies and develop skills to take control of your mental health. Learn how to create healthy responses to difficult situations and express clear intentions toward best actions.

Learn how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. Reflect on how your emotions, thoughts, and behaviours shape the way you live and interact with people day to day. Finding the path to positive emotions and coping skills changes how you view the world, relate to your family and friends, and most importantly how you deal with stress when it arises. Stress is guaranteed to occur, so be prepared and reduce your anxiety. Enjoy more of what life has to offer.

How does psychotherapy benefit you?

  1. Reflect on challenges to find your best response
    Take time to reflect on the size and source of your emotional pain, and figure out how to best respond to it. Psychotherapy can help you understand your struggles and challenges and the best ways to address them.

  2. Strengthen your coping skills
    Learn new strategies and improve the ones that already work for you. We can all improve the way we approach difficult situations to feel confident and clear-headed when they arise.

  3. Cope with pain
    Pain is a part of life, and we all suffer in different ways. Figuring out how to best respond allows you to feel better about who you are and improve relationships with the ones you love.

  4. Be part of your own learning process
    Psychotherapy is, in essence, a safe and guided learning process. Through discussion and reflection, you will learn how to conceptualize your struggles and best deal with them.

  5. Work through life transitions, grief or loss
    Thoughtful reflection about the past, people, and struggles can help you understand them in new and better ways. Psychotherapy can help provide a quiet, confidential space to share your feelings and support your healing journey.


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Rodelyn Wisco,
MSW, RSW
Clinical Social Worker

Rodelyn has her Masters in Social Work and provides individual and group therapy. Rodelyn starts where her clients are at and works with them to determine the therapeutic approach that best suits their needs. She does this in a respectful manner that honours people’s strengths and their right to self-determination.

Rodelyn completed her Masters in Social Work and has advanced training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT) and mindful psychotherapy. She draws upon attachment-informed and trauma-informed therapies and frequently incorporates mindfulness practices and meditation in her work with clients. Rodelyn has worked as a social worker in many settings, such as family medicine, psychiatry and community adult, youth, and children’s mental health, and as part of multidisciplinary teams supporting individuals and their families from a range of backgrounds. Rodelyn is a clinical social worker at Mount Sinai Academic Family Health Team in downtown Toronto, as well as her private practice at Pure Health. Psychotherapy is a way to make meaningful changes leading to a productive, rewarding, and healthy life.