Rosana Mina-Meza is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a member of the Texas Counselor’s Association and the Texas Association for Play Therapy. She has additional training in developmental disabilities and has provided consultation to agencies on clinical issues.
Rosana has over ten years of experience working with children, teens, families and adult clients. Her approach is best described as individual and child centered, relational and depth oriented. She utilizes cognitive behavioral and play based interventions in order to create opportunities to express emotions, find meaning and instill hope for positive change. She also connects and engages with teens and young adults to address the transition to adulthood and the challenges they may be facing.
In addition, Rosana enjoys working with children on the Autism Spectrum, ADHD, intellectual disabilities and other learning disabilities and has additional training in these areas. She partners with parents and their children to address school advocacy, behavioral plans, social skills and parenting skills. “I work closely with schools, doctors and other providers to ensure that care is well coordinated”.
Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, Regis University in Denver, CO
- Clinical training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress, Seattle, WA.
- Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy for anxiety, depression, suicidality and self-harm behaviors.
- Training and supervision in Parent Child Interaction Therapy, an intervention to strengthen the parent-child relationship and improve behaviors in young children.
- Currently training with Sharon Stanley in Somatic Transformation, which utilizes current neurobiological research, attachment theory and somatic inquiry to address trauma in adults and teens.