Rose Ferron, LCSW, LCASA
Rose Ferron, LCSW, LCASA received her Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Vermont. After spending some time working in various mental health and human service organizations, she completed her Master of Social Work at Western Carolina University. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Rose is passionate about supporting others to make healthy change by building upon individual strengths and connecting clients to both internal and external resources. She enjoys practicing CBT while including other evidence-based elements of mindfulness, DBT, and motivational interviewing to address the unique needs and goals of each person. She also helps clients to explore the psychological and physiological effects of trauma in a safe and nonjudgmental manner. Rose is comfortable making therapeutic connections with diverse populations and maintains an open, curious perspective. She identifies as a cisgender ally and is LGBTQIA affirming.
Rose has worked to support children, adolescents, families, and adults in a variety of settings including hospitals, substance use facilities, residential eating disorder treatment, therapeutic boarding schools, and as a school and office-based therapist. Though eating disorders and addiction are significant clinical interests, she always places the treatment of the whole individual as the highest priority – not just the disorder. To this end, she views regular practices of joy, healthy relationships, and self-care as important components of healing. It is her belief that everyone is deserving and worthy of health, well-being, and continuing the journey to become our best selves. Rose also acknowledges that coming to therapy can sometimes require a great deal of courage, and honors her work with clients as a true privilege. She brings knowledge, integrity, humility, and humor to her work. In her free time, Rose enjoys spending time outdoors and hiking with her dog.
Rose will be seeing clients out of our Fletcher office, please call (828) 350-1177 to schedule!