Personalized Therapy for Parents, from Pregnancy to Playground

Dealing with family life, especially during pregnancy, childbirth, and the early stages of parenting, can be tough. It can make you feel tired both physically and emotionally. That's where I can help. I offer personalized therapy for parents either online or in-person to support you in looking after yourself. By setting aside time for your own well-being, you'll not only feel more energized but also better prepared to take care of your family. It's important to focus on self-care, so you can handle the challenges of parenthood with strength and resilience.

Who I Help

From managing postpartum challenges to balancing work and home life, I've helped parents cope with a variety of personal and family issues.

Early Childhood

I help develop tools and strategies to build healthy relationships with your children and help develop positive behaviours and coping skills.

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Pregnancy and Postpartum Care

I help provide emotional support, coping tools, relationship counseling and self-care strategies to assist parents in navigating the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.

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Jennifer Rocha, BSW, MSW— Experienced Social Worker and Psychotherapist

With over 15 years of experience in social work, including at organizations like University Health Network and Unity Health, I specialize in helping parents with challenges from pregnancy to early childhood and school years. My approach is shaped by raising two boys myself, giving me a deeper understanding and empathy for parents.

  • Anti-oppressive practice
  • Culturally-sensitive
  • Trauma-informed
  •  LGBTQ2S+ ally
Jennifer Rocha, therapist specializing in therapy for parents

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Common Questions About Therapy

There is no right way to do therapy. Therapy can take on many different forms, depending on specific needs and of goals of the person seeking treatment. Therapy may also involve a combination of treatment, such as medication management, or other complementary therapies.

The length someone needs to be in therapy can vary. Some people only need a few sessions to address a specific concern, while others may require therapy over a longer period of time.

Yes! I have a limited number of in-person sessions available at 267 Runnymede Rd. in Toronto’s Bloor West Village, just a few steps away from Runnymede subway station. Click here to see my in-person availability.

Psychotherapy services are not covered by OHIP, but most employer-provided benefit packages do cover limited private psychotherapy offered by a social worker or licensed psychologist.

Unfortunately not at this time. Payment can be made via e-transfer. It is the responsibility of the client to seek reimbursement from their insurance/benefit provider and an invoice will be provided.

I have a 48-hour cancellation policy for any changes or cancellations.  This means that all appointments that are cancelled or changes within 48 hours, including missed appointments will be subject to the full session fee.

Generally, all  communication is confidential.  There are exceptions required by law that can be discussed in session.

Information cannot be disclosed by law without your written consent.

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