“I can absolutely say that I get to do what I love on a daily basis. Having the opportunity to use my gifts and passions for dance, movement, and art as part of my therapeutic practice is exciting and satisfyingly enjoyable. Witnessing the healing, growth, and recovery of the residents is the best part of my job.”
As Creative Arts Coordinator Roz is responsible for art, dance, and yoga programming and curriculum. This position also requires consulting with primary therapist on somatic interventions such as grounding, using the body as a resource, as well as effort (energy) modulation.
Roz started as a Dance/movement therapist at Timberline Knolls. Prior to that time, she was an artist in residence at the Dance Theater of Northern Illinois and took part in Global Girl Inc.
Roz received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Northern Illinois University.
She gained advanced training in radio and television broadcasting from Illinois Center for Broadcasting. She also earned a Graduate Level Certificate in Movement Analysis from Columbia College.
Roz is a member of the American Dance Therapy Association.