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Seeking help to improve your mental health can be a powerful step towards personal growth. At our clinic, our registered psychotherapists and social worker provide individualized and evidence-based therapy services to support clients struggling with a wide range of mental health, interpersonal concerns and mood disorders. Our team will work collaboratively with you to identify the root causes of your challenges and develop an effective treatment plan tailored to your unique needs and goals.

Some of the issues our therapists commonly address include:

-Managing symptoms of anxiety and depression
-Improving relationships and communication skills
-Addictions – food, alcohol, social media
-Coping with life transitions, such as divorce or career changes
-Addressing trauma and managing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
-Developing healthy coping strategies for stress and emotional regulation
-Building self-esteem and self-confidence
-Identifying and addressing negative thought patterns and behaviors

Our resident psychotherapists and social worker at the Rose Health Clinic in Toronto use a variety of evidence-based techniques and therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based approaches to help clients overcome their challenges and achieve their goals. We believe that therapy is a collaborative process, and our team works closely with each client to create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment for healing and growth.

What Makes Us Different?

Using modalities such as cognitive behavioral theory, solution focused therapy and motivational interviewing, our counselor assists individuals in moving from where they are, to where they would like to be.

Our practitioners can also help you identify your barriers to change and supports you through it and assist you in pushing past your limitations and becoming the healthiest version of yourself.

We assist you by:
-Tapping into your strengths
-Exploring new ways to handle problems
-Becoming “Unstuck”
-Reframing your experiences
-Managing your time and become organized
-Being held accountable
-Setting realistic goals and developing a plan to achieve them

If the issue you would like to address is not listed above, we would be happy to speak with you in order to determine whether it falls into the scope of our practice.


How do I know if I need therapy?

At Rose Health Clinic, we work from a very client-centred approach. If you have any issues and need a safe space to discuss your concerns with a professional, or simply need advice from an outside perspective, we can offer that counsel and support. Everyone needs help. At times, many individuals feel “stuck” or they are trying to change patterns or cyclical behaviours that may be destructive to them, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. 

The Rose Health Clinic has 2 registered psychotherapists and 1 social worker who collectively bring their years of expertise to service the clientele in our Scarborough community and across Ontario, virtually.

Max Arambulo strives to provide a comforting space for his clients so that they can express their true selves and he has a passion in helping clients through grief, workplace and racial trauma. Mark Jarratt, works with his clients collaboratively to help you recognize your strengths. He has experience helping his clients with addictions, anxiety disorders, and ADHD. Jennifer Adjei’s clinical training has allowed her to support clients with severe mental health experiences. With a focus on black mental health, she helps individuals who deal with racism, race-based trauma, addiction, anxiety and depression and more. 

Are Rose Health Clinic’s counseling and therapy services covered by insurance?

Social work services and registered psychotherapy is covered under many health benefits plans. You will be provided a receipt to be reimbursed for this coverage for any social work services and limited direct billing is available for registered psychotherapy services.