Stephanie Rotondo, MA LPC
Specialties: Trauma, Anxiety, Stress Management, Life Transitions, Codependency
Stephanie Rotondo has extensive experience working with diverse populations spanning all age groups, as well as the LGBTQIA community. She has proven to be helpful in assisting with addiction recovery, stress management, trauma, codependency, and familial healing. She also provides impactful tools structured to help guide individuals through new transitions in their lives. Stephanie has had the opportunity to serve as a counselor in a variety of settings where she has facilitated effective individual, group, and family therapy sessions using client-centered and evidence-based theories –including EMDR, CBT and TF-CBT.
Stephanie's goal is to offer a safe, non-judgmental, empowering space for you to tell your story and be heard. During our time together, we will work on creating a personalized treatment plan for you. Through your journey, you can expect to learn and practice self-compassion and relaxation skills, identify and effectively manage unpleasant thoughts, feelings, and unhealthy behaviors, and be able to change the relationship you have with traumatic memories, if present.
Stephanie was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to Texas seeking new adventures and warmer weather. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Carthage College and a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University. Stephanie is continuously engaged in educational trainings, supervision, consultations, and conferences to stay informed about updated methodologies and advancements in the field so that she can continue to provide her clients with state-of-the-art care.
Stephanie began her therapy career working in an intensive outpatient practice that focused on helping adolescents heal and recover from addictions through the 12-step program. Previously, Stephanie has had the opportunity to work in nonprofit organizations as a therapist where she was able to help advocate for and empower her clients in their healing journey. When Stephanie is able to take her counselor hat off, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, volunteering at animal shelters, and embarking on new adventures throughout the world with her fiancé and dog, Bentley.