Dr. Rosenkoetter graduated with a double major in psychology and sociology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  In 2001, she earned her Ph.D. from the University of Detroit Mercy.  She completed her APA-approved doctoral internship at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, during which time she specialized in emergency interventions and inpatient psychiatric care.  Upon graduating, Dr. Rosenkoetter worked in a government-based non-profit mental health clinic for at-risk youth, where her work primarily focused on assessing and providing recommendations to the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Illinois.  She also served as a contractor for the Illinois Department of Child and Family Services:  Dr. Rosenkoetter provided psychological assessment of children, adolescents and adults for diagnostic evaluation and treatment planning. Dr. Rosenkoetter also has performed pre-employment psychological screening of public safety applicants to Chicago Police Department.  Rounding out her evaluation experience, Dr. Rosenkoetter worked as a Washington State Department of Social and Health Services psychological disability evaluator.

Beyond her expertise in psychological assessment, Dr. Rosenkoetter developed an extensive background in individual, couples, family and group therapy.  Her past experiences include such diverse settings as emergency rooms, inpatient hospitals, and residential treatment facilities.  Dr. Rosenkoetter also worked as an adjunct professor in the Master’s program at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.  For nearly the last ten years of her experience, however, Dr. Rosenkoetter has concentrated her efforts in private practice.  Her focus has been to provide high quality counseling care to patients on an outpatient basis.  Her experience covers many areas, including women’s issues, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma recovery, childhood behavioral issues, family and marital stress, anger management, grief and loss, elder mental health, and school and work concerns.  Dr. Rosenkoetter understands the importance of integrated care and works closely with medical providers to address physical problems that have an emotional impact (e.g., chronic pain, diabetes, sleep problems, obesity, infertility).  She is dedicated to continuing her education and providing the highest standard of care to her patients.

More generally, Dr. Rosenkoetter understands there is a great need for mental health services in the Maple Valley area.  She is a dedicated resident of the community.  When not working, Dr. Rosenkoetter enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons and dog.  She enjoys reading, running and hiking, and spending time outdoors in nature.