Tracy Rosberg, Ph.D



Licensed Psychologist


PSY 16145

"Dr. Rosberg utilizes research-supported modes of therapy while integrating her own experiences as a parent and stepparent to her five children, including a set of twins. "

Dr. Tracy Rosberg is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked at Fulton Psychological Group since 2005. She earned her doctoral degree, with Honors, in 1995 from the APA accredited school, the California School of Professional Psychology - San Diego. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center. Her publications, focusing on the neurocognitive aspects of severe mental illnesses, have appeared in a number of psychiatric journals, including peer-reviewed publications.

Dr. Rosberg’s clinical experiences have taken place in a variety of settings including: family and child guidance centers; outpatient clinics; public schools; college counseling centers; psychiatric hospitals; and residential treatment centers. She has extensive training and experience treating children, adolescents, and adults with an array of psychological and emotional issues including: anxiety, depression, developmental struggles, adjustment disorders, psychosis, relationship issues, behavioral issues, family and marital conflicts, and personality disorders.

In treating individuals with personality disorders and multiply occurring, severely dysfunctional behaviors, Dr. Rosberg has had specialty training in both psychoanalytic psychotherapy as well as a cognitive behavioral form of therapy called DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Treatment). DBT combines standard cognitive-behavioral techniques for emotion regulation with concepts of distress tolerance, acceptance, and mindful awareness. DBT has demonstrated itself to be a useful form of treatment for a wide spectrum of mood and personality disorders as well as suicidal thinking.

Dr. Rosberg utilizes research-supported modes of therapy while integrating her own experiences as a parent and stepparent to her five children, including a set of twins. Of particular interest to Dr. Rosberg are parenting and women's issues. This encompasses issues of infertility; blended families; negotiating changes experienced throughout the aging process; challenges associated with childrearing; and strengthening the relationship between parent and child.

With adults and children alike, therapy can be used to reduce anxiety and dissatisfaction while increasing one’s self-concept, confidence, self esteem, ability to make sound judgments, and the capacity to create more fulfilling social relationships. Although therapy is tailored to each person, the ultimate goal is to increase quality of life.

For more information or to make an appointment, please contact Dr. Rosberg at 818-591-3000 ext. 16.