Adina Rosenberg has been a licensed professional counselor and a board-certified dance/movement therapist with 30 years of experience specializing in – but not limited to – depression, anxiety, autism, addiction, and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. She is a 1989 graduate of Hahnemann University Graduate School’s Master of Creative Arts in Therapy program (currently Drexel University), former Director of Children’s Behavioral Health Services at Interac, Inc., and a former Clinical Supervisor in the Behavioral Health Outpatient department at Family Service Association of Bucks County. She is a past President of the Penna. Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association and has held various positions on their national board. Formerly a lecturer at Holy Family University’s Master in Counseling Psychology program, she is currently a senior clinical instructor at Drexel University’s Master of Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling program and for Gwynedd Mercy University’s Master of Counseling Psychology program. She maintains a private practice in Philadelphia and offers supervision to clinicians looking to obtain licensure.
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