Diane Rosen Ph.D
Dr. Rosen received a MS in Educational Psychology and a PhD in Psychology from Fordham University. As a licensed psychologist, she has worked with adults and children in a variety of settings including schools, hospital programs, private clinics and testing centers. She has extensive experience in psycho-educational assessment and in collaborating with parents and teachers to support school learning. Her early therapeutic work at New York Presbyterian Hospital, focused on the cognitive, social, emotional and behavioral functioning of young children, and the relationship dynamics between parents and children. Through her work in varied settings and with different communities, she has developed a strong appreciation for the uniqueness of each individual’s life experience and the important role that one’s cultural background may play. She provides short-term problem focused and long-term psychoanalytically oriented therapy for adults, young adults and adolescents to improve their ability to cope with life stressors, and to overcome challenges that are holding them back from achieving their goals.
She is part of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) team at The Gold Center, where our aim is to provide participants with a skills-based approach to managing difficult emotions and reducing feelings of distress. Through one-on-one sessions with Dr. Rosen, participants will gain the confidence and experience to apply their DBT skills to their own life challenges successfully.
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Individual psychotherapy with adults
- Individual, group and play therapy with children
- Attachment-based parent-child therapy
- Trauma focused therapy
- Psycho-educational Evaluations
- School-based consultation