Dr. Rosenke holds a Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology. She graduated from the Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology in 1983 and has been continuously licensed as a psychologist since 1984. Dr. Rosenke practiced psychology in Wyoming and in Germany prior to relocating to North Carolina in 2001. She has been licensed as a professional psychologist in North Carolina since her return to the United States.
Dr. Rosenke's practice combines psychological testing and psychotherapy. She is skilled in psychological assessment, individual counseling, couples therapy, collateral family treatment, and parenting skills enhancement.
For psychotherapeutic treatment, Dr. Rosenke accepts children and adolescents between the ages of 9-18, adults, and senior citizens.
Dr. Rosenke offers psychological assessment services to individuals three years and older. She is able to perform psychological evaluations of personality, intellectual ability, academic achievement, vocational interest, anger, anxiety, adaptive behaviors, developmental disability, and memory.
Dr. Rosenke's theoretical orientation is cognitive-behavioral. She specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders (panic, phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorder), depression, ADHD, parenting skill enhancement, and pain management.