Rosalyn Beroza (Roz) has provided psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families for over 30 years. She has been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine as a Top Therapist (2009), and as a Top Couples Therapist (2012).
Roz has received advanced trauma training in neurbiological and somatic-based therapies. These approaches include Somatic Experiencing (SE), Brainspotting, and Mindfulness which can help fascilitate fundamental and sustaining change. Roz has expanded this neurobiological approach to couples work. She has received advanced training and continued consultation in Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy (PACT).
Roz served as an Approved Clinical Supervisor for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, providing clinical consultation and training to mental health agencies and practitioners throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. She has presented at many local and national conferences including the annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium in Washington, D.C. Roz wrote for the The Psychotherapy Networker Magazine and was a contributing editor in the early years of the magazine's development. Roz has been on the faculty of several post-graduate clinical training programs including The Catholic University School of Social Work, and the Family Therapy Practice Center in Washington, D.C.
In addition, Roz co-directed Echo Hill Ranch a non-competitive summer camp for children in Medina, Texas for 12 years. She is a native Washingtonian and is married with three adult children.
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About My Practice - Three Guiding Principles I Follow...
Relationship and Responsibility: Successful therapy is a natural outcome of a safe, trusting, and mutually respectful relationship between therapist and client. I see it as my responsibility to bring my knowledge of current research and theory, my personal empathy, clinical experience and range of skills to the therapeutic relationship. I see the client’s responsibility as actively commiting to therapy by sharing openly, accepting that even desred change can be uncomfortable, and by providing feedback to me so that each session we may continue to progress.
There are no recipes: I seek to draw from a wide range of therapeutic techniques that have been gleaned over many years of practice. I believe no single ‘recipe’ or treatment approach can provide the personal understanding and nuanced attention that is needed for successful therapy. My sense is that treatment must be guided by your unique needs, background and life situation.
Goals and Outcomes: I believe that part of achieving effective therapy is having goals and outcomes that are explicit and agreed upon by you and me. These goals might change as we work together. However, I have found that maintaining a sense of shared direction leads to the most effecient therapeutic resolution for you.