Karyn Rosenberg is licensed by the state of Florida as a Clinical Social Worker. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from The University of Texas.
Karyn has extensive experience in general psychotherapy, but she is most specialized in grief, loss, and fertility counseling. She works in the field of third party reproduction, offering consultation, mental health screenings and evaluations, and counseling with egg donors, surrogates, and Intended Parents (IP). She has worked a great deal in the area of post partum depression.
She has a private practice in Boca Raton, FL where she provides psychotherapy and hypnotherapy to children, teens, adults and couples.
Karyn has been an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University where she has taught grief and bereavement counseling, Issues in Counseling Women, and Issues in Mental Health Counseling on a graduate and undergraduate level.
She has served as expert witness on grief and loss issues. Karyn has been an invited speaker at professional conferences, and serves as a lecturer and trainer for the community.
Her professional membership includes the Florida Society of Oncology Social Workers, Association of Death Education and Counseling, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Path2Parenthood, Resolve, National Association of Social Workers, and Florida Society for Clinical Hypnosis. Karyn served as treasurer, and past president of the Social Work/Mental Health Professional Council of Hadassah; and received the 2005 National Leadership Award, and past recipient of the Woman of Valor in 2004.
She currently serves on the board of trustees of her Synagogue. Karyn is happily married to her husband, and they are raising two beautiful daughters and their dog, Spike.