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Sarah Rosenburg

Sarah Rosenburg

Part-time Faculty

Sarah has worked in the infant/early childhood social work field for 10 years. Starting her career in Florida, Sarah worked in private practice, providing mental health therapy in homes, schools, and office settings for children ages 0-10. Sarah received her CPP and I/ECMH Consultation Certifications before she moved to Illinois in 2018. Currently, Sarah works in Early Childhood Court Teams as a Community Practice Coordinator in Cook County.

At Erikson Sarah teaches a Parent/Child Relationship Assessment summer course as part of the Infant Mental Health Credential in the Social Work program.

As an LCSW in the field, working in child welfare, Sarah is passionate about the impact of attachment in the first 1,000 days of a child’s life. Teaching Erikson students how to use tools to assess attachment and confidently write reports on those tools is one way Sarah feels like she can support new clinicians entering the field and be a voice for infants and children.

Sarah Rosenburg is a Community Practice Coordinator for Early Childhood Court Teams (ECCT) in Chicago, Illinois. Sarah, originally from Florida, attended Florida Southern College and received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Central Florida. After graduation, Sarah worked in the Dominican Republic before returning stateside and working as a counselor for children 0-10 years old. Through this role, Sarah began working as a Child Parent Psychotherapist (CPP) for ECCT in Orlando, Florida, and fell in love with the program. Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Florida and Illinois with training in CPP, Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation, Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Credential, and Yoga. In her role as an adjunct professor at Erikson, Sarah is passionate about teaching students how to give children a voice and working to empower parents to advocate for their children. Sarah hopes to instill the values in her students to understand attachment and focus on the child’s perspective and experiences when working with families.