Rosie Falls, LCSW
Rosie has been working with mothers, children, and families for 19 years. She was raised in Indiana and graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice. After graduation, Rosie moved to New York City, where she earned a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at New York University. Since graduation, Rosie has worked with children and families as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor across a variety of settings, including psychiatric and medical hospitals, private practice, home-based services, inpatient facilities, mental health clinics, and residential treatment facilities.
Rosie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado. Rosie is trained in play therapy and is a member of the National Association of Play Therapy. She also has specialized training in the area of Early Childhood Mental Health (ages 0-5). Rosie is a member of Colorado Association of Infant Mental Health. Rosie’s experience as a mother of three children has been, and continues to be, one of her greatest learning experiences.
Rosie is passionate about supporting mothers and their families in the process of healing and developing strong and healthy relationships. Her focus is on supporting women experiencing Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, while supporting and growing the parent-infant relationship. Rosie has special interest in birth trauma and preparation for VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). She is trained in EMDR Level I and II and uses this treatment modality to support women in healing both from traumatic birth experiences as well as history of childhood/developmental traumas that may impact their current functioning and parenting ability. Rosie enjoys working with parents to understand their children’s challenging behaviors and to learn how to connect with and support their children from infancy throughout development.
Rosie values and enjoys collaborating with all of the members of a family’s support team, including pediatricians, doulas, obstetricians, lactation consultants, psychiatrists, teachers, and body workers. She has specific training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, and is a member of Postpartum Support International. Rosie has served on the Postpartum Depression Task Force of Monroe County (Indiana), and is a member of the Boulder County Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder Task Force. She is a member of the Denver Maternal and Infant Mental Health Advisory Board. Rosie has facilitated trainings on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders at IU Health Bloomington Hospital and throughout Denver Great Kids Head Start. She is skilled in assisting new parents and growing families in understanding the developmental needs of children and in processing through change and developmental challenges. Rosie has experience working with children struggling with various emotional issues, such as adjusting to the birth of a sibling, anxiety, and trauma.
Rosie and her family live in Erie, CO.
Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies LCSW# 09923154
M.S.W Clinical Social Work, NYU
Ehrenkranz School of Social Work, New York, New York
B.A. Psychology, B.A. Criminal Justice, Indiana
University, Bloomington, INProfessional