Myriam Rosefort

My name is Myriam Rosefort and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I earned my Master’s degree at Stony Brook University in New York. I have provided services in both New York and Pennsylvania. Providing services in both the state of New York and Pennsylvania; I’ve retained 11 years of service assisting children and their families. In my work experience of 20 years in the human service field; I have gained my experience in a variety of settings which includes outpatient mental health facilities, in homes, schools, residential programs, and within the community. My counseling style is to take on a holistic and eclectic approach. I’m a firm believer that it is important to meet clients where they are at and to be culturally sensitive. I take great pride in assuring my clients that this is a safe place where they can vent, express themselves, feel validated, and not be judged.

I believe in taking on a positive approach and focusing on the client’s strength to give them a since of empowerment and encouragement. My therapeutic style is flexible and it’s not a one size fits all. I approach each family, couple, or individual with warmth, compassion, respect, and openness while working together to collaboratively to help with meeting target goals. I have worked with individuals, families, children, and adults coping with a variety of issues including ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), autism, oppositional defiant disorder, depression, attachment disorders, personality disorders, parental conflicts, anxiety, trauma, abuse, struggle with adjustment, struggle with coping with caring for a special needs child, and a wide range of problems. I have been trained and have worked in a range of modalities including client-centered therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, gestalt therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused, rational emotive therapy, psychoanalytic therapy, family marital therapy, family systems, and trauma therapy. All too often people are afraid to face their pain because they are often told not to feel angry or sad. 

Until we learn to feel, to acknowledge, to cope and start the healing of our unresolved pain and struggles, we remain stagnant in discovering the best versions of ourselves. There is strength in making the choice to seek out help, to start the healing process, and you deserve it. I am open and ready to help. I am a Licensed Behavior Specialist Consultant as well and I have experience working with children and adults with special needs. I provide consultation and therapy focusing on positive behavior intervention outcomes.