Rebecca Roebke, is a licensed clinical social worker with 10 years experience working with children and families. She received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. While earning her degree, Ms. Roebke worked as a therapeutic staff support person for a child with autism. After graduation, she was employed by the Division of Family Services in the field of child abuse/neglect and shortly after, began working exclusively with foster children and families in Delaware through Child Guidance Resource Centers and the Foster Child Screening Program. In 2009, Ms. Roebke began working for New Behavioral Network. Here, she works with children and families in Intensive Outpatient Services that are provided through the Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services in Delaware. Through this program, Ms. Roebke conducted in home and community individual, family, and group counseling. She is also trained in PCIT –Parent Child Interaction Therapy. This is an evidence based, specialized play therapy for children ages 2-7 years old. It is especially helpful when children are struggling with emotional and behavioral regulation. Ms. Roebke enjoys coaching volleyball in her spare time.
Ms. Roebke will be providing online and in person parent coaching. She can help to improve your child’s behavior and emotional difficulties. If you’d like to work with Ms. Roebke, please email us at Lisasavage@thecenterforchilddevelopment.com You’ll get an immediate response and an assessment of your concerns.