Meet the Providers
Hi, I’m Sarah Rosney, LCSW-R, ICLSSpecialties: EMDR, Trauma, Maternal Health
Licensed in New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire
I am a licensed clinical social worker with a passion for working with adults and parents specifically regarding attachment-based trauma. I specialize in relational Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and have a special interest in working with birth trauma, loss, and parenting triggers.
Counseling is a dynamic process that transforms lives and relationships. I see clients as the experts on themselves, and I partner with them on their journey of growth. I have over 15 years of clinical experience and specialize in trauma, anxiety, maternal health, attachment, and traumatic loss and bereavement.
I have a kind and direct approach to helping people and regularly encourage and partner with clients to set goals for treatment. I am a certified EMDR therapist and a consultant, in addition to a trainer and part of the faculty at Deany Laliotis’s The Center for Excellence in EMDR Therapy.
When I’m not working, I love the great outdoors and enjoy traveling and exploring nature with my husband and three children. I’m also a coffee snob, avid runner, lover of historical fiction, and believer that life is too short for mediocre chocolate.
Hi, I’m Amanda Love, LCSWSpecialties: Maternal Health, Anxiety, Grief & Loss
Licensed in New York
I am a licensed clinical social worker and enjoy working with adolescents, young adults, and individuals. Coming from a strengths-based perspective, I utilize a variety of methods to create a unique approach that fits each individual’s needs and presenting problems. I have expertise in the areas of anxiety, relationship issues, dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief and loss.
I pull from strength-based theories, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and play therapy to create a unique approach for our work together. I also hold a certification in maternal mental health training through Postpartum Support International to better assist clients with birth trauma, women’s health issues, and postpartum depression and anxiety.
When I’m not working, I love supporting local small business and taking my husband and daughter out for local cuisine. I thrive on quality coffee and love traveling and exploring the country!
Hi, I’m Elisa Duger, LMFTSpecialties: EMDR, Trauma, Couples
Licensed in New York and New Jersey
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist who enjoys working with couples and specialize in marriage and pre-marital counseling. Seeing couples renewed and thriving is one of my greatest passions as a clinician.
In my work with couples, I specialize in areas of intimacy, argument styles, managing expectations, and moving toward connecting conversation. Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and trauma-informed therapy, I assist couples in understanding how their own past experiences impact how they interact with their partners and within their family systems. I use a system-based approach that integrates EMDR with a strengths perspective that helps couples address presenting concerns, including infidelity, co-parenting, and blame and shame cycles.
When I’m not working, I love evenings at home with my husband and two kids spending time around a cozy fire enjoying salty snacks. I love learning about the enneagram and how it can be used to better understand how we show up in relationship with our partners.
Hi, I’m Hannah Aubertine, LMHCSpecialties: Anxiety, Depression, Addictions
Licensed in New York
I am a licensed mental health counselor who enjoys working with young adults. I approach therapy with a focus on the whole person, including emotional, psychological, and physical symptoms. I value emotional and physical wellness and include practices in my work with clients such as mindfulness-based therapies, cognitive-based therapies, and narrative-based therapies. I also include a strength-based approach to help clients discover their own motivation for having improved and healthier thought patterns in their lives and relationships.
In addition, I have extensive experience and training pertaining to substance abuse disorders and treatment and am CSAC certified. I provide therapy for individuals living in addictive patterns and/or sustaining recovery. This includes a special interest in working with families, partners, and loved ones of those experiencing someone struggling or working to overcome addiction.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my husband and two daughters while hiking or snowshoeing. I am an avid runner who loves to cook and bake and a devoted dog mama.
Hi, I’m Lia O’Gorman, LCSWSpecialties: Teens & Young Adults, Trauma, Anxiety
Licensed in New York
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who enjoys working with adolescents, young adults, and individuals. The goal of forming a strong, trusting relationship drives my therapeutic process. My style is client-centered and empathetic, utilizing a variety of methods including strengths-based,
I have experience in the areas of anxiety, stress management, family systems, and trauma. Though I draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Narrative Therapy, I also utilize psychoeducation and mindfulness activities as well as Play Therapy. I am energized by helping individuals connect their past experiences to their current patterns of thinking and relating to others. I enjoy challenging those unhealthy thought patterns while helping individuals learn new ways to communicate and interact with the world around them.
In my free time, I enjoy traveling, spending time with my husband and three children, and exploring nature through camping, hiking and kayaking. I have a wicked sweet tooth and spend too much time daydreaming about new places I would like to visit someday.
Amanda Love, Elisa Duger, Hannah Aubertine, and Lisa O’Gorman are not employees of Sarah Rosney LCSW, PLCC. They are not managed by Sarah Rosney LCSW, PLLC but work as independent contractors to provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, groups, and families. They are not supervised by this office. The hours worked and fee’s charged are at the discretion of these providers.