Meet Our Clinical Team
Dr. Rosenberg (Janet) – Executive Director
Dr. Rosenberg (Janet) is a licensed marriage and family therapist and licensed substance counselor. She is dual licensed in the state of Arizona and an Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners approved clinical supervisor. Janet’s recent positions include Chief Clinical Officer, Adult Clinical Supervisor, and Behavioral Health Professional. Janet earned a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from California State University Fullerton, a Master Degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, and a Doctorate in Psychology from Capella University where she graduated with distinction. Her research and dissertation focused on early childhood trauma and later self-destructive behaviors and disorders that often result from unresolved trauma.
Janet started her career in Las Vegas working with adolescents and families with substance use, criminal behaviors, victims of crime, victims of sexual assault, and mental health disorders. She focused on restoring critical family relationships, and worked closely with probation, parole, family courts, psychiatry, school teams, community supports, local police, and local treatment facilities.
Janet also has mentoring and teaching experience. In 2010 she was a faculty member at the University of Phoenix facilitating in both the clinical professional counselor and marriage and family programs. She taught undergraduate psychology classes. She served as the Area Chair for the clinical professional counselor program developing and implementing a high standard of curriculum and projects.
Janet has recently received training in mediation and is a member of the Arizona Association for Conflict Resolution. This training involved skills necessary to help people resolve conflict on a voluntary basis, have an investment in their own process, and avoid costly court procedures. Janet uses her skills to teach students how the process works and how to how to develop their own skills at conflict resolution.
Tamara Garden – Clinical Manager
Tamara Garden moved from Northwest Indiana to Sedona, Arizona in 2013. Tamara approaches the counseling process with a narrative approach which allows an understanding of the uniqueness of each individual. She then implements specific therapeutic techniques based on each persons’ needs. Some of Tamara’s specialized education includes child development, ADHD in children and adults, disruptive behavior disorders, substance abuse, and bullying. She has over five years of experience dealing with depression and anxiety disorders. She is also EMDR trained by the EMDR Institute which allows her to provide effective therapy treatment of trauma.
Tamara is a graduate of Western Michigan University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology as well as her minor in Creative Writing. She is a graduate of Valpariaso University, where she earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is licensed in the state of Arizona.
Having raised three daughters, Tamara is passionate about helping adolescent girls develop sound boundaries and a positive sense of self. In her spare time, Tamara enjoys hiking, traveling, playing the piano, painting, and spending time with her family.
Nicole Beach – MA – Primary Therapist
Nicole is a Master’s level counselor currently working on obtaining her license in Arizona as a Licensed Associate Substance Counselor. Nicole completed her undergraduate studies at California State University Stanislaus with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and received a Master’s degree in Applied Sociology from Northern Arizona University. Nicole completed a qualitative Thesis study on PTSD and substance abuse with Veterans that served in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and presented her study and findings at the Pacific Sociological Association Conference in 2010. Nicole worked for three years providing outpatient substance abuse counseling with adolescents in the juvenile system in Flagstaff Arizona.
Nicole is trained in motivational interviewing, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-Step Study and the Matrix Model. Nicole’s training and experience is not limited to; self-harm, depression, anxiety, trauma and low-self confidence. Nicole has worked in various settings including schools, juvenile detention facilities and group homes. Nicole has a passion for working with adolescents and fostering a strong sense of self and identity in each child’s life to allow for growth and success. Nicole has a multidimensional approach that recognizes the importance of the family, culture and addiction in providing successful treatment.
Nicole has lived in Arizona for six years. In her leisure time outside of Sedona Sky Academy, she rides horses, is an avid runner and practices ashtanga yoga. She loves spending time with her two dogs hiking through the beautiful landscape of Sedona.
Cindy Eis – Therapist
Cindy has a master’s degree in professional counseling which included a concentration in expressive arts therapy. Since completing her master’s degree, she has obtained extensive training in trauma/PTSD. In order to provide optimal therapy for trauma/PTSD, Cindy has also completed EMDR training from the EMDR Institute and continues to be mentored by an EMDR Institute trainer and facilitator. EMDR can be highly effective for the treatment of trauma/PTSD for those deemed appropriate candidates for EMDR Therapy.
Cindy has also had training in motivational interviewing, substance abuse as related to trauma, suicide prevention and sand tray therapy.
Cindy has experience working with both adolescents and adults in a variety of behavioral health settings. Cindy has worked with individuals suffering with SMI, substance abuse and addiction, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, self-harm, low self- esteem, parent-child relationships problems, oppositional defiant disorder as well as additional disorders.
Cindy’s approach is client-centered and strengths based steeped in compassion, encouragement and inspiration to provide a distinct therapeutic fit for each unique client and the client’s specific needs. Cindy’s passion is to provide counseling that bolsters one’s self-confidence and leads to a future filled with success.
Cindy is currently a licensed associate counselor in the State of Arizona with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. She has completed requirements for Licensed Professional Counselor of which she is in the process of obtaining.
In order to be an effective and resilient clinician, Cindy enjoys self-care in the form of evening walks savoring the Arizona sunsets as well as listening to classical music and reading interesting books.
Dr. Tarry Wolfe, DNP, FNP-C,PMHNP-BC – Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Wolfe received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Sand Diego and her family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing Practitioner degree from Brandman University.
Dr. Wolfe developed her interest in helping others early on, and welcomes the opportunity to continue to help the young women at Sedona Sky Academy.
Over the years, she served a variety of roles in behavioral health while continuing to build an impressive resume of education and accreditations. Most recently, she worked for health and wellness networks in the greater Sedona area helping community members get the help they need.