- Somerville US-MA
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Sharyn Rose is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and psychotherapist in Somerville, Massachusetts, who has been in private practice for almost three decades. After graduating with an M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology from Boston University in 1982, she obtained her Master of Social Work in 1985, also from Boston University. After nearly 27 years in private practice, she transitioned into a private pay practice, with a sliding scale to ensure clients’ privacy. Recently she became an ICBCH Advanced Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist.Ms. Rose’s primary areas of interest are sexuality, couples and relationships therapy, functional wellness, and alternative lifestyles, though her specialization in hypnotherapy can be applied to areas as diverse as attention deficit disorder, pain/anger management, and stress. Sharyn Rose also instructs clients in self-hypnosis using a welcoming, engaging, and considerate approach.In order to facilitate couples to adopt healthier communication skills, Ms. Rose acts as a mediator and coach to increase intimacy and reduce conflict, anger, and bitterness, which foster a healthier overall relationship.Each treatment is individually customized based on her clients’ needs, and Sharyn Rose implements a combination of hypnotherapy and coaching to find lasting solutions. By confronting ingrained behaviors and redirecting healthier self-narratives, she moves her clients forward in their lives. Ms. Rose’s principal focus is to assist her clients in achieving successful, lasting change through recognition of, and action upon, their specific inner strengths. Sharyn Rose’s treatments originate from a humanistic and cognitive perspective, and her expertise in areas such as relationship-building, ACOA (adult children of alcoholics), recovery, gender and sexuality issues, recovery, and self-esteem can be applied to both individuals and couples.Sharyn Rose is a professional member of the American Counseling Association, SBCT, American Hypnosis Association, ICBCH, and GoodTherapy.org.