Emily J. Rosenbloom, LCSW
Middle Adolescents (14-17), Late Adolescents/College (18-21), and Adults
Depression, Anxiety, life transitions, ADD/ADHD, Unhealthy Relationships, Self-Esteem, Boundaries, Self Acceptance, Life-Cycle Changes, Identity Issues, Confidence Building, Adoption
Emily believes laughter is the surprising secret to surviving tough times. She is able to bring light, laughter and fun to just about any situation.
Connects personally and professionally with adolescents
In her own teen years, Emily had a challenging time, which uniquely equips her to understand adolescents–as well as the power of counseling.
Highly experienced with 10+ years of clinical work
Emily has 10+ years clinical experience with underserved children, adolescents, women of domestic violence, seniors in living facilities, agencies, family service centers and health centers, foster and adoptive family settings, which means she is comfortable and experienced in just about any situation. Emily is LGBTQ allied and affirming.
Emily grew up in a loving home, but struggled a lot in her teen years. Talking with her own therapist, she was able to strengthen her understanding of herself, increase her confidence, learned coping skills, and improved her relationship with her parents and family.
While those years were not pleasant, Emily wouldn’t trade them for anything. It was those struggles that made her the successful woman she is today and gave her a passion for helping adolescents.
Emily’s personal experience helps kids relate, connect and feel understood.
Women & Seniors
In her professional experience, Emily has helped underserved and extreme cases of neglect, abuse, and low-income families. She has helped women and families suffering from domestic violence, neglect/abuse by DCSF, and provided parenting support to families whose children were in the custody of Child Protective Services.
Emily has a special place in her heart for serving the senior community. At the Jewish Family Service, she helped support Holocaust survivors through home visits, social services, and goal plans. She also worked at North Shore Senior Center supporting seniors and their families.
Emily’s fun side
Emily has a huge heart. She’s a warm, open, animal-lover, who loves to laugh and make life fun! She is a big fan of “The Office” and loves just about any comedy.
In life, she believes laughter is the surprising secret to surviving tough times. In her personal life, she loves to laugh most with her husband and her family in Arizona.
To inquire if Emily is accepting new clients, call (847) 919-9096 x1 or email email@example.com.
To contact Emily directly, you can reach her at (847) 919-9096 ext 29 or firstname.lastname@example.org.