Dr. Linda Rosen is New Head of Counseling Programs at Rockland Graduate Campus of Long Island University
Hudson Graduate Center at Rockland,
Long Island University
Orangeburg, N.Y. – The Rockland Graduate Campus of Long Island University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Linda Rosen as the new Director of Counseling programs.
Dr. Rosen is a certified psychologist in New York and New Jersey and also has earned certification in rehabilitation counseling. She earned her Psy.D. at Hahnemann Medical School, her master's at Cornell University in the fields of psychology, sociology and education, and her bachelor's at Hofstra University.
Dr. Rosen has been an adjunct professor of psychology at Ramapo College and a private practice consultant to schools, clinics and to the media. She has done extensive on-air TV commenting on a variety of social, mental health and child issues on such cable networks as CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.
“Dr. Rosen brings years of professional experience, creativity and ingenuity, and a wonderful sensitivity to the needs of our busy students, to this position. We are thrilled to have her aboard,” said Dr. Nancy Low Hogan, associate provost of the Rockland Graduate Campus.
As director of counseling programs, Dr. Rosen will oversee the Master of Science in school counselor and the Master of Science in mental health counseling.
Dr. Rosen's accomplishments include supervising a recreation program for orphans, developing a career education program for teenage girls and assisting TV producers with segment programs in the area of psychology. She was a psychologist member of a clinical team at St. Agatha's Home and was a vocational counselor at the Institute for the Crippled and Disabled. She has done extensive public speaking, developed treatment programs and has written unpublished books titled “Key Relationships” and “How to Cope With Traumatic Events.”
The Rockland Graduate Campus offers programs designed for working professionals. The small campus setting features faculty members who are experts in their fields, a low student-to-faculty ratio and a campus support system designed to help students fulfill their educational goals from the first day of classes until graduation. Courses are offered in the late afternoons, evenings and on weekends to afford working students an opportunity to balance their educational objectives with family and business demands.
The Rockland Graduate Campus is located at 70 Route 340 in Orangeburg. For more information, visit www.liu.edu/rockland or call (845) 359-7200.
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