Rosie Barton, LMSW is a firm believer in the healing power of an authentic therapeutic relationship. Rosie’s approach utilizes elements of cognitive behavioral therapy and relational psychodynamic theory, emphasizing that people thrive best when in healthy, connected relationships. She has also been trained in motivational interviewing, behavioral activation, and mindfulness techniques. Rosie is warm, engaging, and passionate about helping clients achieve a life that is meaningful and fulfilling to them.
Rosie specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and interpersonal and professional difficulties. In particular, her focus is on helping clients reach full recovery from eating disorders, disordered eating, and negative body image. Through a supportive and collaborative approach, the client is empowered to identify his or her own treatment goals and move toward a life of greater freedom and inner peace.
Rosie is also a certified yoga instructor, and utilizes mindfulness and meditation techniques as indicated by the client’s preferences.
Rosie completed her undergraduate education at Christopher Newport University and received her Master of Social Work degree from New York University Silver School of Social Work.
Trainings and Certifications:
- Comorbidity and Eating Disorder Training – Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
- Building Core Mindfulness Skills – National Association of Social Work
- NYU: Cognitive and Behavioral Intervention
- NYU: Evidence Based Practice
- RYT 200 Hour Certified Yoga Instructor