Our social world can be an overwhelming, stressful place that leaves parts of ourselves unseen and unheard. I believe in creating a holding space, a place of openness and compassion, where you can dare to be yourself. In psychotherapy, we come together to better understand how elements of your internal and external worlds are interacting (or not interacting). Sometimes what has long been unseen and unheard can transform into awareness. Together, we can look at whatever emerges to find new ways of understanding your experiences. With care and support, small steps forward, however subtle, can yield transformation.

Rose earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Grounded in psychodynamics and mindfulness practice, Rose’s therapeutic style is client-centered, culturally sensitive, gentle, and collaborative. Her clinical experience includes training in queer-informed narrative therapy and gender-affirming care.