Elaine Rosenson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 30 years experience helping individuals, couples and families solve problems, create more meaningful relationships and turn negative patterns into positive ones.
Elaine’s broad education and continuing training enables her to use a variety of modalities in her work with couples and individuals from groundbreaking and innovative teachers such as John Gottman, Ph.D., Harvel Hendricks, Ph.D, Hal & Sidra Stone, Ph.D.s, Terry Real, Sue Johnson, Ph.D., Marion Woodman, Ph.D., David Schnarch, Ph.D., and James Hollis, Ph.D.
What makes Elaine unique is her extensive knowledge, her ability to deeply listen and her ability to sensitively guide clients toward self-discovery, self-respect and harmony. Elaine’s compassionate, learned and wise approach speaks to both men and women. Elaine has a keen ability to listen, synthesize and facilitate for a meaningful therapeutic process.
A teacher at heart, Elaine is a much sought after presenter and speaker who loves to teach and share her passion for the sacred work that is psychotherapy. She is an active member and recent Past-President of the San Fernando Valley Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Bachelor of Arts, California State University, Northridge
M.A. Educational Psychology: Counseling and Guidance, California State University Northridge
LMFT Licensure 1990 MFC25804
License, Certifications & Awards
Certified Teacher of Voice Dialogue
BodySoul Rhythms Leadership Fellow
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, San Fernando Valley Chapter. Past President 2011/2012
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
Group Psychotherapy Association of Los Angeles
American Group Psychotherapy Association