“I am deeply passionate about my work at TK because I get to stand witness to countless individuals who courageously step onto their healing paths. As a facilitator, I commit to holding hope even when the individual cannot; as a human I commit to practicing truth and respect especially in the face of adversity.”
As the trauma and mood program coordinator, Rosey strategizes ways to implement trauma-informed care at all levels of contact and operation. She also facilitates groups on how to cope with trauma through verbal process, psychosocial learning, embodied coping skills, and yoga.
Prior to joining Timberline, Rosey worked as a dance/movement therapist and counselor at Cook County Jail in Chicago. She also served as the assistant residential supervisor at Germaine Lawrence, a residential treatment center for adolescent girls as well as a behavior therapist for children and adolescents with Autism and Asperger syndrome.
Rosey received an undergraduate degree in dance from Colorado College and a Master‘s degree in Dance/movement therapy and counseling from Columbia College in Chicago.
Rosey is a member of the American Dance Therapy Association.