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About

About

Dr. Alisa
Rosenberg, Psy.D.

Dr. Rosenberg is a licensed Psychologist
in New York

Dr. Rosenberg knew from childhood that she was innately attuned with the energy of others, and empathically drawn to helping them experience joy. Connecting and learning about others allowed her to actualize her own purpose; namely, to help people feel confident in their personal journey and embrace life in the way that fulfills them. She naturally studied psychology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and then completed her Masters and Doctoral training at The Wright Institute in Berkeley CA. Dr. Rosenberg has worked extensively with women, and specializes in the unique challenges women face. She also enjoys treating couples and teens on a case-by-case basis.

In becoming a mother herself, Dr. Rosenberg became passionate with the maternal experience of a woman, and has deepened and specialized her training in Maternal Mental Health. She is an experienced Mommy and Me instructor, able to offer mental health support to women and new parents learning and growing in the first year of parenthood (and beyond). In addition, Dr. Rosenberg leads psychotherapy groups for women on varying topics such as self-esteem, ending a relationship, motherhood, and work/life balance.

She continues to grow in her ability to embrace her own intuition, deepest knowledge and insight, and use it to help people shift and shape their lives in a way that empowers and validates them. After spending some time living in different areas of California, she and her family have settled back into her beloved New York City, where she is fully invested in her practice and being a mother to her two young children. She loves to walk in Central Park where she reconnects to her self and the universe whenever necessary.

Mantras

The learner must be led always from familiar objects toward the unfamiliar. Guided along, as it were a chain of flowers into the mysteries of life

- Charles Willson Peale

“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are”

- E.E. Cummings

A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch, but on her own wings

- Unknown