Rosemary has dedicated her career to helping people live their potential with purpose, and achieve their absolute best.
Rosemary is a Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist, and a Life Coach.
She was hired by Ohlone College to develop and coordinate a mental health counseling program. She is a full-time tenured faculty member, providing counseling to students and support services to faculty and staff.
Rosemary has a breadth of experience working with, and supporting clients, who want to embark on a positive course of personal discovery, overcome blocks to achievement, realize goals and successfully navigate life transitions. She partners with her clients to help them address challenges and walk them through a process of
self-discovery and change.
Rosemary lives in the beautiful California San Francisco Bay Area.
She has a wonderful family and a solid community of friends. She enjoys dancing, singing, golfing and hiking in the local regional parks.
Living life on purpose and making change happen is possible, when one makes the decision to do so. When a window of opportunity opened for her, Rosemary jumped at the chance to make her dream of living abroad come true.
This was a bold, life-changing move. The excitement and diversity of living internationally encouraged her move to London/France, where she lived for one and a half years, continuing her French language studies, and zest for travel.
When she returned to California, Rosemary maintained her MFT psychotherapist license and graduated from a Coach training program through Coach U.
Rosemary knows first-hand, the risks, challenges and rewards of following one’s dream. She made it happen and did it all. She knows the ins and outs, and most of all, she knows it is possible.
Rosemary’s education and training, her counseling experience with hundreds of clients, and her curiosity, fueled by a spirit of adventure, have all blended into the pages of her new self-help book: “Stop Look and Listen, A Toolbox for Creating Healthy Boundaries"
Website Link: https://rosemaryoneill.com/