Rosie has a Master of Arts (MA) degree in clinical mental health counseling from Roosevelt University, is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), and is currently working on her yoga teacher training (RYT) and somatic experiencing (SE) training. Rosie values an authentic and transparent alliance, while empowering the individual through empathy and evidence-based practices such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
She works from a trauma-informed, person-centered lens and enjoys incorporating mindfulness, yoga, nature, and art therapy into her practice. Rosie primarily works with adolescents and adults supporting them through life transitions, stress, anxiety, depression, family conflict, divorce, and identity development. Rosie also works with children and has a vast background in child development and previously worked as an ABA therapist helping children with Autism.
On her time off, Rosie enjoys going to concerts, traveling, and eating good food.