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Florence Rosiello, PhD, Psychotherapist, Marriage/Couples Therapist

Office: Florence Rosiello, PhD. Psychotherapist, Psychodynamic Tx, Couples Therapy
151 Moonlight Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336
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Web Site: www.florencerosiello.com
Profession: Psychotherapist / Psychoanalyst
Services: Psychotherapy/Counseling
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, Marriage/Couple Counseling
Supervision
Practice Description: With 30+ years experience, I have found that most of my clients come to therapy because they've experienced difficulties in relationships. Often times these relationships are too merged or they are too emotionally distant. Sometimes people feel swallowed up in their relationships and sometimes they feel so isolated and disjointed that they hide from their personal world. Therapy focuses on the individual, and the emotional reactions, the patterns/interactions that just don't work for the client. To my way of thinking, therapy is about emotion; it is about intimacy or the lack of intimacy in an individual's life. Therapy is not just about understanding what's going wrong in your life, but it's about knowing who you are in a way that helps the person also begin to know the people around her/himself. In many relationships, and this happens in both individual therapy as well as in couple counseling, it's crucial to help the person understand emotional communications from lovers, family, or in the workplace. Who we are and who we have been, all makes up who we are about to become, which, I believe, is having a better sense of self-esteem, worth, and a sense of knowing the emotions that we use to get through the day. Therapy is about becoming a person you care about, it's about becoming more evolved emotionally, more open, creative, and progressive in both the inner world of the person, as well as the outer world of our environment.
Author: "Deepening Intimacy in Psychotherapy," (2000, Jason Aronson Publishers), plus various articles on intimacy, sexuality, and gender issues.
Practice Specialties or Interests:

(Strengths are
in bold text)
Relationship Issues
Gay/Lesbian Issues
Self-esteem
Addictions
Adjustment Disorder
Adoption Issues
Alcoholism
Anxiety Disorders/Phobias
Co-dependency
Depression
Divorce/Dissolution
Domestic Violence
Eating Disorders
Ethnic/Cultural Issues
Gender Identity
Grief/Loss
HIV/AIDS-related Issues
Infidelity
Life Transitions
Parenting Issues
Personal Growth
Personality Disorders
PTSD
Sexual Abuse
Sexual Dysfunction
Substance Abuse
Women's Issues
Relationship Issues
Psychotherapy
Psychoanalysis
Marriage/Couples counseling
Age Specialties: Adults
Elders
Session Formats: Individual
Couples
Treatment Approaches: Developmental
Eclectic
Existential/Humanistic
Feminist
Integrative
Interpersonal
Intersubjective
Narrative
Object Relations
Person-Centered
Psychoanalytic
Psychodynamic
Psychosocial
Rational-Emotive
Reality
Self Psychology
Social Constructionist
Relational Psychotherapy
Psychodynamic Therapy
Additional Demographic Expertise: Asian American
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender
Jewish
Latino American
Latter-day Saints/Mormon
Military/Veterans
Native American
Women/Feminist
Education: PhD, New York University, 1996

MSW, Columbia University, 1984

BS, Fordham University, 1983
License #: LCSW-12566
License State: Arizona
Additional Licenses/ Certifications: AZ License - LCSW 1256
NY License - R032276-1
Certificate in Psychotherapy/Psychotherapy: Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
Certificate in Supervision: National Institute of the Psychotherapies
Professional Affiliations:
Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, President, Founder, Program Chair
Faculty and Supervisor: Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
Faculty and Supervisor: NY Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology
Faculty and Supervisor: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center
Postgraduate Faculty at the Institute for Human Identity
Doctoral practicum instructor, NYU
Professor New York University
Arizona Professional Association
Fee Schedule: $150.00. Sliding scale for those who cannot afford the fee.
Accepted Insurance: Any PPO (with Out-of-Network Benefits)
Aetna
Blue Cross
Blue Shield
CIGNA
Empire BlueCross BlueShield
Independence Blue Cross
Oxford
United Behavioral Health (UBH)
UnitedHealthcare
Insurance and Billing Instructions: Take most insurances.
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday - Thursday
Driving Directions: From Highway 89A, turn onto Soldier's Pass Road. Go up 1 mile and turn right onto Moonlight Drive.

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Additional Comments: Offices in Sedona & Phoenix. Graduate: Columbia University; New York University; Fordham University; Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy, NYC; 30+ years experience. Founder, President, Program Chair of Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, a Local Chapter of APA, Div 39.
 

Florence Rosiello, PhD, Psychotherapist, Marriage/Couples Therapist, Psychotherapist / Psychoanalyst in Sedona

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In Practice Since:  1984
Gender:  Female
Accepting New Clients:  Yes
Sliding Fee Scale:  Yes
Wheelchair Accessible:  Yes
Public Transportation:  Yes

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