Jill Rosen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a specialty in addictions and behavioral health. She received her undergraduate degree from George Washington University and went on to New York University where she completed her studies in Social Work and graduated with a Masters in Social Work. Over the years she has concentrated in the field of addictions and has become an expert in negotiating both the mental health and substance abuse systems.
Jill has also received her postgraduate certificate in addictions from NYU, an SAP certificate (Substance Abuse Professional) from The Department of Transportation, her CAI (Certified ARISE Interventionist) certificate and obtained her CCS (certified clinical supervisor) degree.
Jill has also worked in the various settings which have included:
The Dual Diagnosis programs at Bellevue Medical Center and Beth Israel Medical Center. The hospitals enabled her to learn about all psychiatric illnesses, and substance abuse. She worked with psychiatrists, couples, families and individuals. In addition, she worked in the Methadone unit in NYC at Beth Israel Medical Center. Jill also worked as a social worker at Summit Oaks Hospital on the inpatient and outpatient departments. She has run many support groups for individuals and families and has a private practice focusing on helping clients and families cope with addiction and mental health issues. Working in a private detox provided her the opportunity to learn the medical, emotional and physical process of the detoxification process. She also was the director of an Outpatient dual diagnosis facility in New Jersey.
With over 25 years of professional experience, Jill is an expert at helping people through difficult challenges.