Brie Ciraulo Rosenfield has been a practicing clinician since 2007, licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) in the state of California and holding a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University.
Over the course of her career, her individual specialties have come to include:
- Family dynamics
- Post-treatment integration
The parts of us that require healing are often sites of trauma, fear or shame; Brie’s therapeutic process creates a safe space and curious space for exploring this courageous territory.
Brie’s clinical work, like her consultancy, is always based in her passion for empowering others to meet and overcome their personal challenges, and animated by a relentless determination to help others find what they already possess inside of them to become free.
In addition to her specialized work with addiction, Brie is known for her work with individuals whos lives have been effected by trauma. Brie utilizes Somatic Experiencing to assist clients with physical and emotional regulation.
Family therapy is so often the missing link in the quest for intimacy and more meaningful relationships. Individuals and families may seek family therapy for a variety of reasons; to learn about family roles and rules so that family members may enact more intentional roles as individuals in their family of origin, eliminate dysfunctional communication and behavior, attend to the wounds of those who have been traumatized or feel hurt, establish healthy boundaries, create the space for individualization and to support and intervene on their loved one who is sick and in pain. Brie specializes in assisting families navigate their way through each member’s individuation so that the family system may experience true relationships with one and other.
Couples therapy can be time limited in an effort to work on specific goal and can also remain open-ended to provide ongoing support, maintainance and skills building with you and your partner. Couples seek therapy for a variety of reasons; dysfunctional communication, sexual intimacy, emotional intimacy, betrayal, codependence, and mental health and addiction psychoeducation.
Business partnerships are often refered to as work-wives and work husbands. The complexity and intimacy of these relationships canoften present opportunities for conflict, resentment and the struggle to effectively communicate one’s needs. A therapist can provide the business partnership with an opportunity to have productive difficult conversations, consciously uncouple the business and work through stressful and painful situations.