"Coping with Chronic Illness"
African-American Health Awareness Day, Rochester NY
October 9, 2014
About Dr. Rosenberg :
Dr. Rosenberg is an Assistant Professor in the departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and the
Institute for the Family. She has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters on the practice of marriage and family therapy, medical family therapy, integration of health and relationships, interdisciplinary/collaborative care, and training of healthcare providers. She is also actively involved in patient/family- and provider-education around the management of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, and has delivered a number of presentations on this theme both locally and nationally. She is the Clinical Coordinator and Training Clinic Director for the Institute for the Family’s Family Therapy Services which provides outpatient individual, couple and family therapy for the Rochester community and as part of Strong Behavioral Health’s outpatient psychiatry service. She is devoted to excellence in clinical training and clinical care and to promoting family health and well-being across all dimensions of health.
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