Season Rose earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from Purdue Fort Wayne and holds a Master of Science Education in Clinical Mental Health from Indiana University.
Season is trained to work with individuals, couples, teens, and groups. Her areas of experience include: relational issues, life transitions, anxiety, depression, trauma, coping with chronic pain, and grief/loss.
Season’s view of counseling is holistic, recognizing the mind, body, and spirit connection in terms of wellness. With this, Season embraces an integrative style of counseling drawing from multiple theories including: Gestalt, Existential, Cognitive Behavioral, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Season believes the success of counseling revolves around building rapport with clients that includes trust, openness, and mutual respect. Season strives to create an emotionally safe place for clients to process thoughts and feelings related to life’s challenges, as well as provide encouragement and accountability regarding personalized goals. Season encourages creativity incorporating therapeutic interventions specific to a client’s interests such as: art, music, and/or phototherapy.
Prior to graduation, Season worked as a counseling intern at a medical health clinic and a women’s transitional facility. Season enjoys helping others recognize their strengths to live their best life.