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Rose Kern

Music Therapist,


Rose Kern grew up in Superior, NE and Scottsbluff, NE. She graduated with her Associate of Science from Western Nebraska Community College, Nebraska Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music with emphasis on Vocal Performance, and a Master of Arts in Music Therapy at Immaculata University in Immaculata, PA.


Rose completed her board examination in music therapy earning her music therapy board certification (MT-BC) after finishing her 2400-hour clinical training involving her music therapy fieldwork in Montego Bay, Jamaica and her internship at Royer-Greaves School for the Blind in Paoli, PA.


It was during her post-graduate work that Rose discovered her passion for working with families as individuals, sibling groups, couples, and families who are referred for help with ADHD, ODD, autism, neurocognitive exceptionalities, trauma, complex trauma, recovery, addiction, stress, depression, anxiety, mood fluidity, and severe physical and cognitive functioning.


Rose is well-versed in CBT, DBT, mindfulness, zones of regulation, emotional regulation, play therapy, attachment focus, exposure therapy, adaptive music lessons, functional behavioral assessment, trauma-informed care and sensitivity, multicultural, community-centered mental health advocacy, as well as didactic, psychotherapeutic, psychodynamic, medical, and behavioral care methods as a holistic provider. 

Rose has joined Remedy as a provisionally licensed mental health therapist providing music therapy, specializing in psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. Rose enjoys meeting the clients where they are with music instrument exploration, music listening, play, creative arts, games, and client-centered activities.


Rose is trained in Diane Austin’s Vocal Psychotherapy, the Bonny Method Guided Imagery Level I: Supportive Music & Imagery, Kenneth Bruscia’s Improvisation for Individuals and Groups, and a multidisciplinary approach of working with clients experiencing medical, physical, cognitive, behavioral, and special needs.


Rose comes to Remedy Health, PC with a background of 17 years in behavioral health, 6.5 years of post-graduate work in mental health, and is the owner of Reaching Ivy since 2019, a licensed Music Together center in the greater Omaha area.


Rose believes everyone has an innate musicality, a life story to share through music, and is honored to walk with those navigating behavioral and mental health. 

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