Rose taught veterinary technology, ran two humane societies, worked as a veterinary emergency and surgery tech before becoming a mental health counselor. Rose’s first years as a therapist were working with at risk youth and their families. During this time, she also became a foster parent. After 4 years with youth and families, Rose worked for 10 years in hospital seeing patients and families during crisis in the Emergency Department as well as on the hospital floor. Most recently, Rose worked in corrections including both jail and prison. Rose appreciates, respects and enjoys working with all cultures, religions, persons that identify as LGBTQ, highly sensitive persons, adopted person and persons on the spectrum. She has extensive experience with addiction struggles, ADHD, OCD, Oppositional Defiance, Conduct Disorder, PPD, depression, anxiety, sleep problems, stress and trauma. Rose uses numerous therapeutic modalities each best suited for the client. She continually researches best methods and new information.

Rose grew up in a big family on the front range in Colorado. She lived in Fort Collins for 16 years then recently moved across the border North to Wyoming and now lives on 41 acres with dogs, a cat, horses and chicken.