Mirra Roske LCSW Therapist
FUN FACTS about Mirra
Mirra grew up in Hawaii; she has 9 brothers and sisters, 15 nieces, 10 nephews, 4 great nieces and 6 great nephews. Mirra has been a dancer for 15 years and has lived in Spain, Brazil, Aruba, Mexico and India.
Credentials: Mirra is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from Naropa University in 2008 with a degree in Contemplative Psychology and Early Childhood Education. Mirra then went on to get a Masters of Social Work from the University of Denver. Mirra’s passion for relational work drove her to complete a post-masters certificate program at the Denver Family Institute. Mirra is trained in EMDR, CCP (Child-Parent Psychotherapy), PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy) and is also a PAIRS (Practical Application of Intimate Relationship Skills) trained professional. Mirra completed the DDP (Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy) Level one training (28 hours) with Dan Hughes; an attachment focused treatment for childhood trauma and abuse. Mirra uses this model most often with adopted children and their families.
Clinical Background: Mirra has always had a passion for offering services and support to those in need. She has been working with children and their families for over 15 years as a teacher, camp counselor and during the last 6 years has worked with individuals, couples and families in a therapeutic setting. Before founding Ohana Therapy Mirra’s private practice, she worked with the Community Infant Program offering in-home therapy to parents and children 0-3. During this time Mirra also worked clinically with individuals, couples and families here at PASS Center and has been with us since we opened our doors over four years ago.
Mirra’s work with individuals, couples and families is informed by attachment theory, neurobiology, mindfulness based practices, and trauma informed care. She is passionate about helping her clients to learn and utilize techniques that foster healthy and secure attachment. Mirra has a deep understanding about brain development, trauma and attachment wounding. Mirra is holistic in her approach to therapy. She tunes in to what her clients need and then blends different modalities to fit their goals.
Services: Individual, couples and family therapy, parent consultations, and EMDR