Emily Rosenbaum


About Me

Supporting clients through life's many transitions is my focus. Whether you starting a new chapter professionally or personally I am here to listen with compassion. I graduated from the University of San Diego in 2012 and I am fortunate enough to have worked in a variety of mental health settings from schools, private practice and a variety of hospital settings. I also have experience in working with addiction and motherhood. My various experience allows for me to utilize a variety of theoretical models that will fit your needs. I am client focused, which means that I am motivated to connect with you in order to create a relationship where you feel heard and understood. My clients say that I help them to not only feel heard and supported while also motivated to make the changes that they want for themselves. I believe that life is full of choices and taking the time to reflect on your current life, find gratitude in your daily experiences will support you in creating the fire with you to create a better tomorrow. I absolutely love what I do and get recharged when working and connecting with others. It is my passion to work together to explore your goals and create a plan to support you through life's many transitions. As someone who has been in therapy myself I honor your willingness to reach out out for support.


  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Addictions
  • LGBT
  • Parenting issues
  • Coping with life changes
Also experienced in:
Relationship issues , Family conflicts , Trauma and abuse , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Anger management , Self esteem , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Depression , Coaching
Years of Experience: 8

Services Offered

  • Messaging

  • Live Chat

  • Phone

  • Video


LPCC #7090 (Expires: 2021-09-30)


Written by T.I. on Apr 21, 2020 after counseling with Emily for 1 month on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, family conflicts, trauma and abuse, intimacy-related issues, self esteem, anger management, career difficulties, coaching, compassion fatigue, and adhd

Now... In my robust history of being in and out of therapy, I can weigh the benefits and the trepidation about getting back into it after a long hiatus. Suffice to say that I was trepidatious about starting with someone new that may or may not understand my history and the types of things I was going through, but I gave it a shot. low and behold I was matched to Emily, and quickly any worries about judgement or a not being able to relate were dissipated. Absolutely easy to talk to and didn’t feel like I had to give a toned-down version of what I was dealing with to her. She never seemed like she was anything but sincerely interested in what was going on and gave an underlying sense of trustworthiness and even-keeled outside perspective on things. I could check in with her when I felt my barometer on what was what, validated a lot of personal questions , and firm enough to check me on others and point out different ways of looking at things as well as give suggestions of helpful ways to move forward and efficiently process and get through traumas while never making me feel like my emotions were “crazy” or invalid. Also, I thoroughly appreciate her opening up and being willing to empathetically put some of her own experiences on the table... and the ability to joke around and laugh every once in awhile to keep the mood from getting too overbearing. I wish we had more time to work together atm and hope to work with her in the future again. Emily is quite a solid person to have in your corner.

Written by R.U. on Apr 13, 2020 after counseling with Emily for 1 month on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, family conflicts, trauma and abuse, intimacy-related issues, sleeping disorders, parenting issues, self esteem, career difficulties, bipolar disorder, coping with life changes, coaching, and ad

Very sweet, charismatic, easy to talk to and very knowledgeable.