Lauren Rosier, LCSW-C

Lauren completed her Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Psychology, Public Policy, and Criminal Justice) in 2009 at the University of Baltimore and earned a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work with a Specialization in families and children in 2012 from The University of Maryland. While in graduate school, Lauren was trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children and adolescents while placed at The House of Ruth - treating individuals and families exposed to domestic violence.


Lauren has been licensed to provide therapy for more than 7 years and began her career working at a residential treatment center for adolescent boys in the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services and/or Social Services. She has experience working with youth who demonstrate sexually inappropriate behaviors as well as victims of sexual abuse.


Lauren has been in private practice for more than 4 years and sees a range of patients struggling with anxiety, depression, adjustment and life transition, parenting skills, childhood trauma, and more. She implements a cognitive-behavioral framework with children and adolescents, helping to teach the skills necessary to combat emotional and behavioral problems stemming from a wide range of social, environmental, and educational stressors. She has an interest in play therapy, mindfulness and meditation, and eclectic approaches to treating the whole person.