About Fiona Rosenberg

Let me take an opportunity to explain why I believe you should come to me to help you. I qualified as a primary school teacher many years ago and spent 5 enjoyable years in that profession. I then retrained as a Psychotherapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist,  an eighteen month course. I have run my own private practice for over ten years and firmly believe that Im really good at what I do. When I worked with children, I enjoyed helping them learn new skills and just as importantly helping them unlearn that which they had learnt incorrectly. Examples of this included writing ‘b’ instead of ‘d’ or the number ‘5’ the wrong way round. Or, with older kids, explaining it’s not ok to strike out at other kids when they felt threatened, just because they had perhaps seen other children behaving in that way. This is important as its so relevant to what I do now. My role, as your therapist, is to help you unlearn whatever the issue or problem is and then to replace it with new understanding and strategies for resolution and management. Every problem is fascinating and an opportunity to learn more about yourself. I am committed to helping you to achieve this in the calm and nonjudgmental environment of my office. Almost all of my clients come to me via referrals and I am a CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) specialist so I work quickly. 

Fiona Rosenberg

My Approach

I have an empathetic approach. This is distinct from a ‘sympathetic’ approach where I simply join you down the ‘hole that represents your problem. That would be no good for either of us. An empathetic approach is as if I pass you a ladder and I help you climb out of your hole.

I work through many strategies and explanations and theories with you each time we spend time together. These form the ‘rungs’ of your ladder. Every rung you climb is a way up and out of your problem. Then, when you reach the top, you roll up the imaginary ladder, put it in your imaginary rucksack and off you go. If you need the odd reset – then I’m here for you; however my intention is to get you up and out of the problem as quickly and effectively as possible and empower you to be able to ‘do it on your own’.

I have a firm approach too – I like to work with people who want to improve themselves and resolve their problem. So I may say things you may not want to hear but that you have suspected for a long time are actually important, and true about yourself. These are perhaps things which you have hidden away from and avoided dealing with. They are the things that need to be worked on.

Often when clients call me, they focus on the clinical hypnotherapy aspect, as there is often a belief that hypnosis, because of stage shows they may have seen, offers a magical solution. Whilst hypnosis is one of my preferred tools, it still relies on us working together and there are many other tools and strategies which enhance success.

So, if you are expecting me to wave a magic wand and fix you all by myself, I’m the wrong therapist for you. However, if you want me to show you the many strategies I have learned in over ten years of full time practise – and for us to work carefully together to see the ‘magic’, we can certainly work successfully together. I look forward to it. I guarantee you respect, sensitivity and utmost confidentiality and also my commitment that even the most difficult problems, traumas and emotionally painful situations can be resolved in my safe office environment. If something is just too painful to share with me, you do not even have to tell me what it is. As long as you engage with the sessions – we can work towards helping you feel much better and to get on with your life.



When working with adults, you are welcome to bring a friend or family member for moral support if you like. You can always ask them to leave and relax in the lounge if you feel you need privacy at some point during a session. Sessions are two hours long and often include a relaxation at the end.


Kids and Adolescents

When working with young children, I recommend that you, as the parent/carer, stay in the sessions. There are often occasions with teenagers where that format is also best you can support each other, remind them what work we have covered, join with them by using the strategies yourself and also have fun. Therapy is a serious business but I feel that it’s important to have some fun where appropriate. Where working independently is better with the teenager, I work from an annex at my home so there is a private lounge where you are welcome to relax whilst we work. Sessions are usually one hour.



You can call me/contact anytime even at weekends and this support is included in the session fees. I will always reply as soon as I can.


Professional Contacts

I work very closely with a Buckingham based private doctor as well as a Northampton based clinical psychologist and two psychiatrists. This means that where there is need for further intervention or support, I can usually arrange an appointment without having to wait very long.



I work in schools with individual children and small groups of children. I also run workshops as a guest speaker at schools to teach parents/carers/teachers and support staff the skills I have learned. My fees for these workshops are extremely reasonable as I know schools have a limited budget and I want to help you! Also,  I know that when I run workshops it is a great opportunity for me to introduce myself to you and a great source of referrals for me. I love running workshops and always get great testimonials.  It’s my pleasure.


Let’s Work Together

You can call me now on 07968106113

You can email me now at fionacrosenberg@hotmail.com

You can come and see me in my office in Milton Keynes

We can arrange remote sessions via Zoom or FaceTime

We can mix and match face to face sessions with remote sessions

You can sign up to my Heads and Tales programme

You can book me as a guest speaker for your school or organisation call me on 07968106113 to discuss.

Rates are competitive as I know schools have limited budgets.

I look forward very much to hearing from you, discussing what is possible and to working together soon.


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See more about my packages I offer and my commitments and fees.

Your Therapy Journey Starts Here

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“The session helped me so much and I cannot thank you enough. I have been out and about to shows and other things, horse related and not horse related and have really looked forward to them and enjoyed them. I just feel so much better generally with all your help. I also know to come back to you if I need some help in the future which helps a lot. I just wanted to say a massive thank you and I am so glad my instructor suggested I contact you.”

Providing you with the most help in the least time. 

Face to face appointments are available 9am-9pm Monday to Friday or alternatively I offer remote sessions via Teams or Zoom or FaceTime.

07968 106 113


IMPORTANT NOTICE and PRIVACY POLICY : As you may be aware new Data Protection Legislation came in to force in the UK on 25th May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is EU wide legislation, and is currently being enacted into UK law and will become the 2018 Data Protection Act.

This legislation affects every business that handles personal data for clients or staff. Personal data has been defined by the act as ‘any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified’, this will include such data as name and contact details, but may also include information such as IP Addresses. It will be necessary for me to contact you by email and phone and text and if you do not want me to use any of these methods please let me know. 

The personal data I collect about you will include data relating to your name, address, date of birth, wider contact details and data relating to health. I will process your personal data to allow me to provide you with services relating to psychotherapy and wellbeing.

I will only use your data for the purpose for which it was collected and it will remain confidential at all times. Your records shall be kept for at least 7 years following the last occasion on which treatment was given.  In the case of treatment to minors records will be kept or at least 7 years after they reach the age of majority (18).