My Professional Life
JANE R. ROSEN-GRANDON, Ph.D. is a Licensed Marital & Family
Therapist, and Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in
Greensboro. She has accumulated over 30 years of clinical experience in a
variety of human services and private practice settings. In addition, she serves
as a consultant to medical and business offices, and provides Assessment and
Expert Witness Testimony in a variety of legal matters. In 2005, she published
her book, Keeping Love Alive and is the publisher and trainer for
CHARISMA: The Characteristics of Marriage Inventory.
Dr. Rosen-Grandon received her Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education
from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Previously, she received
her Master's degree from the University of Connecticut in Marriage and Family
Therapy, and her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Florida.
Dr. Rosen-Grandon has taught in a variety of community and educational
settings, and received extensive training in the practice of Gestalt Therapy,
hypnosis and sex therapy. She has also served in a number of volunteer
capacities in the community, including Chairman of the Board for Jewish Family
Services and Chairman of the Board of the Greensboro Educational Development
Since relocating her practice to Greensboro in 1985, she has twice been
elected to serve as State Secretary for the North Carolina Association for
Marriage and Family Therapy, and has been recognized as a "Certified Family Life
Educator" by the National Council on Family Relations. She has achieved
recognition as a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Counselors and the
American Psychotherapy Association, and is a Senior Disability Analyst for the
American Board of Disability Analysts (ABDA). Through her association with the
National Board of Certified Counselors, she is recognized as a Continuing
Education Provider (ACEP #6174) and an Accredited Clinical Supervisor for those
who are seeking licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Her monthly column, "From Jane's Notebook" can be read in the Hamburger
Square Post newspaper, Urban Literature Magazine, and on this web
In 1997, she was recognized by the Counseling Honor Society, Chi Sigma Iota,
as the Practitioner of the Year, in both her local chapter and
internationally. In 2003, she received the prestigious Don Dinkmeyer Social
Interest Award presented by the Board of the American Counseling Association
at their national convention in Anaheim, California.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling and Counselor Education, The University of North
Carolina at Greensboro, 1998
- Master of Arts, Human Development and Family Relations, The University of Connecticut,
- Bachelor of Arts, Psychology (with Honors), The University of Florida, Gainesville,
- Editorial Board, The Forensic Examiner, American College of Forensic
Examiners Institute, 2006 - present.
- Certified Continuing Education Provider, National Board of Certified
Counselors (NBCC ACEP#6174); Greensboro, NC; January 2005.
- Accredited Clinical Supervisor, Center for Credentialing and Education,
Inc., an affiliate of the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) and
the Association of Counseling Education Supervisors (ACES), Certificate
- Senior Disability Analyst and Diplomat, American Board of Disability
Analysts. Diploma Certificate Number and Year #6698-01.
- Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, National Board for Certified Clinical
Hypnotherapists, Certificate #2752, 2001- present.
- Fellow, American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, 1999.
- Don Dinkmeyer Social Interest Award, 2003, American Counseling Association,
- Diplomat, American Board of Forensic Counselors, Member ID#19190, 1999.
- Diplomat, American Psychotherapy Association, 1999.
- Clinical Practitioner of the Year, Chi Sigma Iota International Counseling Honors
Professional Community Service
- Monthly Columnist, Hamburger Square Post published in Greensboro, NC 1986
- Board President, Greensboro Education and Development Council, Inc.,
Greensboro, NC, 2002-2004. Past-President 2004-2006. Vice-President,
- Chairman of the Board, Jewish Family Services. Greensboro, NC;1997-1999.
Past-chair and recording secretary, 1999-2002.
- Member, Greensboro Jewish Federation Allocations Committee, 2001.
- Co-Chair, Mentor-Mentee Program, Upsilon Nu Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma
Iota, Counseling Honor Society, 1998-2001.
- On-Call Therapist, ANYTOWN Program, sponsored by the National Council
for Community and Justice, July 1999 to 2005.
- Chair, Board of Jewish Family Services. Greensboro Jewish Federation, 1997-1999.
Local Community Service
- Participant, Interfaith Mission to Israel. Co-sponsored by the National Conference for
Community and Justice (NCCJ) and the Greensboro Jewish Federation. June, 1999.
- Attending Therapist, March of the Living through Poland to Israel. May, 1998.
Invited Lectures, Presentations, and Publications
- “Depression in love-givers who are care-givers” a presentation to the
Guilford College Dementia-Alzhemier’s Support Group, Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC, May 14, 2008.
- “Hypnosis” a presentation to high school AP Psychology Course (taught by
Gary Grandon, Ph.D.) at the American Hebrew Academy, Greensboro, NC, January
- "Mom's House, Dad's House for Kids", Isolina Ricci, Fireside Books,
2006, Book Review in The Networker, Volume 19. No.1, Winter, 2007
- “An approach to counseling in human sexuality” a presentation to
graduate class on “Sexuality Counseling (taught by Professor Christine
Murray), University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC.
September 11, 2007.
- “Stress Distress workshop” mental health resource professional,
sponsored by Hadassah and Jewish Family Services, Greensboro, NC. October
- Married 40+ years to same wonderful guy
- Daughter, Clinical MSW, B.A. Psychology
- Son, B.S. Horticulture
For a complete resume please contact Dr. Rosen-Grandon (336.292-2116)
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