As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, Roz has the ability to see individuals receiving most insurances including Medicare Part B coverage, this includes individuals that experience a disability or are 65 years and older and receiving Medicare benefits.
She focuses on individuals who are 12 years and older, primarily. As a cancer survivor, Roz has a unique perspective working with those struggling with medical or disability issues. Her experience includes working in multiple medical settings. She has 18 years of experience in the Social Work field, including teaching in an adjunct position for undergraduate and graduate levels. She has also supervised new practitioners and counseling internships in her professional practice and works closely with UNO and UNK to place students in professional settings for educational purposes.
Roz also specializes in the treatment of individuals that experience an eating disorder, including anorexia, bulimia and other disordered eating patterns, which includes binge eating. She has received additional training and worked with medical providers in the community, approximately 10 years, to assist individuals that struggle with disordered eating. Another area of concentration is couples counseling and the process of discerning if a couple is ready to engage in a counseling process. She is trained in the Gottman Method for Couples Therapy. Roz is invested in taking an interpersonal approach using theories that apply to a person’s strengths and needs, which includes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and solution focused approaches. This approach includes working with individuals/clients for multiple personal issues, i.e.; depression, anxiety, grief, etc., and situations that affect their individual well-being.
Personally, she enjoys her three children, pets and spending time traveling with her husband.