Dr. Avi Rosenberg
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Avi Rosenberg, Psy.D., is a Florida licensed psychologist who works with children, adolescents, and adults. He is located in the North Miami Beach and Aventura area and treats PTSD, anxiety, behavioral issues, anger management difficulty, depression, suicidal ideation, relationship difficulty, and chronic pain. Dr. Rosenberg is skilled in individual, family, and couple’s therapy. He has specific experience in trauma therapy and has specialized training in EMDR as well as in play therapy. He also conducts psycho-educational evaluations which have a reputation for being exceptionally clear and comprehensive.
Dr. Rosenberg believes that although therapy requires investment and effort by the client, it should also be a positive and even fun experience. He continuously assesses his therapeutic relationship with each client and adjusts his approach to meet the client’s unique needs. He approaches therapy conscientiously yet creatively, and often integrates humor, art, music, and other media into therapy in order to facilitate reaching the client’s therapeutic goals.
Dr. Rosenberg received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Carlos Albizu University and has trained in a variety of clinical settings including the Miami VA, Miami Children's Hospital intensive inpatient Division, and the Barry University Counseling Center. He also received training in comprehensive school-neuropsychological testing while working at Child Provider Specialists. As a post-doctoral resident, Dr. Rosenberg partnered with a local high school to spearhead a program aimed at increasing access to pediatric psychological services within the community.
In addition to his psychological training, Dr. Rosenberg holds a Master’s degree from Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Maryland. This training provided him with the core belief that each person has a unique purpose and in turn will face unique struggles and challenges. This philosophy helps to foster the safe, non-judgmental atmosphere that Dr. Rosenberg believes is essential to the therapeutic relationship.