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Monica De’Rosier, MSW, Intern

Monica De’Rosier, MSW, Intern

Intern – Social Worker

My name is Monica De’Rosier and I have worked with children and families since 2003. I received my A.A.O.T. degree from Linn-Benton Community College with an emphasis in Psychology in 2001. After focusing on motherhood for several years I went back to school and earned my Bachelor’s in Psychology and Families Studies from Corban University in 2011. I am currently working towards my Masters in Social Work from Portland State University.

I have worked with different agencies such as Easter Seals, Family Building Blocks, Northwest Human Services-Mental Health and the Salem Keizer School District. I truly feel humbled to hold such an honor as to watch people grow stronger and become their best version of them they can.

Counseling Style
My counseling approach focuses on using a strengths based perspective in where I believe every client already holds many valuable resources within them that can often be utilized as tools to benefit their personal growth process. I practice with a Person in Environment Theory, where in addition to working with an individual client, I look at all the important pieces and places of their lives that also impact possible growth. I have been trained in motivational interviewing and am continuing the learning process through my MSW program at Portland State University.

$95 Per hour or sliding scale