Rosie is licensed by the states of Texas and California as a Marriage and Family Therapist (2015/2016). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Humboldt State University (2007) and a Master of Science in Counseling Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy from University of Phoenix (2013).
Rosie works with couples, families, and individuals ages 3 and older. Her areas of special interest include behavior issues, parenting, family and relationship issues, anxiety, intimacy issues, depression, grief, and trauma. She utilizes a variety of behavior modification and play therapy techniques in her work with children, and incorporates the family in counseling as necessary.
Rosie is a strength-based provider who believes her clients seek a source of hope which can be unlocked within themselves, with the right support and tools. Rosie feels strongly about the ability for people of all ages to make important and life changing decisions when given the space to feel capable and worthy. She carries a passion for holding hope for others when they feel theirs is lost, and enjoys the rewarding career of supporting those same people in discovering this hope for themselves.
In addition to maintaining a full-time practice at Turning Point Counseling, Rosie enjoys time spent with her husband Walt, and their three children.