Rosemary is the therapist for you if you know what you want in life and you might know the steps to get there, but for some reason, you just can’t bring yourself to take action. Or perhaps you’ve been to therapy before with minimal results, or don’t think therapy will work for you.
Rosemary uses a strategic approach that utilizes the risks and fears associated with achieving your dreams as means to lasting change. Goals such as meaningful connection, increased tranquility, and addressing trauma are sometimes closer than they seem. Her aim is that you leave therapy with a whole new perspective, unable to go back to the way things were before you began.
Rosemary believes that humans have the solutions to their problems already within them and the right questions will bring those solutions to the surface. Not only is she equipped to help bring about the change you desire, but she also provides the necessary support when the world seems to fight back against new ways of being.
Rosemary is passionate about the right every member of a family or relationship has, which is to thrive in their own unique way while maintaining connection to one another.
She’ll start by assessing the problem while obtaining a grasp on your context, family interactions, and unique experiences that have brought you to where you are today. Then, she will assist in the identification of a concrete goal(s). She’ll then okay her plan for treatment with you, which includes specific interventions directed towards your goal and ways to measure progress. At the end of therapy, you can expect a “check-in” session a month after your last appointment to ensure sustained, desired change.
Rosemary has been told she is an encyclopedia for evidence-based modalities such as Brief Strategic, Brief Solution Focused, Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Contextual Therapy, Bowen, Satir, and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. She has a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University. Rosemary is not the type of therapist who caudles by saying, “Therapy is a ‘safe’ place.” Although her therapy room is protected by a secure promise of confidentiality, advocacy, and unrestrained acceptance, she knows that what she may ask you to do will be outside your comfort zone and shake up your day-to-day life, which doesn’t always feel “safe”.
If interested, please ask Rosemary about her reduced fee options. Partiality will be given to low-income, BIPOC, military families, LGBTQIA2S+, ages 70 and up, those with visible and invisible disabilities, and rural communities.