Rosie works with children and teens between the ages of 3 to 18, as well as provides family systems therapy. Her focus is working with individuals who have experienced struggles related to anxiety and mood disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, learning disabilities, attachment disruption, changes in the family system, adjustment to stressors, and the impacts of chronic stress and trauma, as well as identity development.
Rosie is a collaborative, incredibly curious, client centered, playful, social justice focused, LGBTQ-affirming therapist. She uses mindfulness, body-based, and narrative approach to trauma-informed therapy that centers strengths and relationships. Rosie strives to support her client’s in embodying their authentic selves. Rosie centers her therapy on the idea of radical acceptance.
The Jewish tenets of Tzedek (justice for all) and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world for all living beings) are very important to Rosie personally and inform her approach to therapy. Transformative justice is a significant life orientation that is important to Rosie and guides her work.
Rosie identifies as a plant mom, cat mom, and mom to her new human. Rosie loves being outside during every Minnesota season.