About Rosy

6005832Rosy Aronson, Ph.D., is a Blossoming Expert, Confidence and Creativity Coach, and a visionary in the field of heart-centered & surrendered leadership.  After studying psychology and social change in Ann Arbor during the late 80’s, Rosy trained and worked as a visual artist, breathworker and transpersonal arts therapist in Europe, where she co-founded the Copenhagen Center for Water Rebirthing and led creativity and women’s empowerment workshops. Since returning to the States, Rosy has helped counselors, moms, artists and entrepreneurs find authentic and empowering ways to honor their big hearts, embrace their unique gifts and synthesize their eclectic visions — without getting lost in doubt, self-sacrifice and conditioning paralysis.

Rosy Aronson has a Masters in Expressive Arts therapy and a Doctorate in Intuitive Listening & the Creative Arts. She is a registered Drama Therapist, an ordained (non-denominational) minister, as well as an experienced Human Design and Gene Keys counselor. Rosy has worked as an artist, ritual crafter and creativity event facilitator for groups and organizations.

Rosy has created 64 Faces of AwakeningThe 64 Faces of Awakening Coloring BookThe 64 Faces Coloring ProjectThe Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck and The Wisdom Keepers Inner Guidebook to reflect essential healing archetypes that lie at the foundation of our universe. 

She is also the author and illustrator of A Tale of Serendipity – an unfolding tale for the open-hearted child in each of us, and a call for global change that is driven by love and not politics.

Rosy proudly stands outside the yang-driven paradigms for success that permeate our culture. She is an avid permission-giver, pressure-dissolver and embracer of the unknown. She firmly believes that we are literally designed to blossom, and that the more each of us radically trusts, honors and expresses our true nature, the more magic we can create together.

 

Disclaimer: Rosy Aronson is an ordained minister and provides something more akin to spiritual counseling than psychotherapy. The work she does is with highly functional people, for whom ‘spirit’ plays a central role in their life. She does not give diagnoses, work with pathology, or claim to be an expert offering a treatment or cure.