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Licensed Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
State Board of Texas for Educators Certificates in:
Elementary Self-Contained 1-8
Special Education K-12
School Counselor EC-12

• Teens
• Schools
• Families (both of origin and blended)
• Adults
• Play Therapy
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
• Adlerian Therapy
• SPED/504 accommodations
• Growth Mindset



Rosalynn joined the Corbella Counseling team in 2019 and brings a unique set of skills in her therapy sessions with clients. In her work with clients who range from 3 years old to adults, Rosalynn incorporates a whole systems approach, considering the different systems that individuals exist in and are affected by such as work/school and families. Her kind and nurturing energy and her ability to break things down into manageable tasks, make the therapeutic relationship so much more inviting.

She graduated from University of North Texas, with a Bachelor of Science and Interdisciplinary Studies. Upon graduation, Rosalynn began a 17 year career in Richardson ISD where she started as a Special Education teacher. After she finished her Masters in Education from UNT in 2006, Rosalynn began working at various schools in RISD as a school counselor, instructional coach, and intervention specialist. She has experience working at elementary, middle and high schools.

After a fulfilling career in Richardson ISD, Rosalynn began working at SMU helping with educational research. She has taught two courses at SMU: Collaboration with Schools and Families and Positive Psychology. Rosalynn also currently works part-time at UNT-Dallas and will begin working as a mentor teacher for new Special Education teachers in the DFW area Fall of 2024.

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Color: Kelly Green
Scent: Sandalwood
Dessert: Strawberry shortcake
Movie: Grease/A Few Good Men or anything by John Hughs
TV Shows: Grey's Anatomy/The Office/Abbott Elementary
Place Outdoors: Mountains
Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
Enneagram number: 9 The Peaceful Mediator
Books: Any books by Tina Payne Bryson and Brene Brown
Ways to support her mental health: reading, attending concerts, listening to music, pickle ball, walks at sunset, spending time with family and friends, college football, watching sons do their extracurriculars and traveling

Rosalynn has been married 20 years to her husband Lyle. They have two boys ages 17 and 14. When she is not at the office, you can probably find her volunteering at her son’s school, reading books on new therapeutic methods with her poodle mix, Avena, next to her or spending time with family and friends. She especially enjoys watching her sons participating in their extracurricular activities that include sports and theater arts.

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