Nina Rosenberg is a Supervisee in Social Work. After graduating with her master’s degree from the University of Maryland, School of Social Work, Nina began working as a School-Based Mental Health Therapist serving children and families in Washington, DC public schools. Nina continues to work with children, adults, and families from a holistic approach. She wholeheartedly believes the therapeutic relationship has the transformative power to help clients move towards healing and growth. She compassionately works with clients to treat a range of issues including, trauma, anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges, attachment issues, parenting, and grief/loss. She has received specialized training in trauma, play therapy, expressive modalities, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness work. Nina has completed her EMDR basic training and is working toward EMDR certification. She uses this modality in her work with both adults and children.
Education:University of Maryland, School of Social Work
Population Served:Children, Adolescents, Adults, Families
Training:Play therapy, Expressive therapies, Sand tray therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma, Grief/Loss, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).
Expertise:Play and expressive therapies, trauma, anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges, attachment issues, parenting, children, LGBTQ+ youth.