Gay Rosenthal

MA, LP – Licensed Psychologist, NCSP

Gay Rosenthal, MA, LP, works in eclectic and inspired ways to support children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families through the typical and extreme challenges they may face in their lives. She understands the causes and solutions to anxiety, depression, and life change emotions.  She has consulted to and worked within preschool and school settings to facilitate the social and emotional development of the students and the lifelong development of the staff.

She is committed to preventing high conflict divorce and the related impact on children and parents. She also provides Mediation, Social Early Neutral Evaluation and Parent Consultation, Parenting Time Expediting, and Reunification/Relationship Therapy. Find Gay’s Curriculum Vitae here

Gay says that she does this work because, “I love the opportunity to work as part of a team in leading families to and supporting them in wellness, in life-giving transactions and interactions; the opportunity to work toward theiremotional health and well-being now and in the future of the children of our community”.

Additional Specialties: Reunification, Co-Parenting, Parent Coaching, Parenting Consulting, Mediation, and Parenting Time Expediting

Education: Externship in Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy Institute, St. Paul, MN M.A. Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota, B.A. Psychology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

License & Certifications: Licensed Psychologist; Minnesota License Number LP 1844; Nationally Certified School Psychologist Certification Number 10529 retired; Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice

Professional Activities & Memberships: National Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Minnesota Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Washington and Ramsey counties SENE Pilot Projects, Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington counties SENE, Minnesota Psychological Association, AFCC (Assoc. of Family & Conciliation Courts) (Board of Directors, ’11-16, Continuing Education Committee, ’09-Present, Committee Co-Chair, ’09-’11), Family Enhancement Center (Board of Directors, 17’- )

Find out more about Gay on Psychology Today