Loving yourself is pertinent to living your best life. Loving
yourself means “doing what’s best for yourself.” Now take a moment and reflect on the question “Do you do what’s best for yourself?”
Come take the journey with Dr. Rosché: Rethink and discover reminders to loving yourself.
The GraceFace Network mission is healthy mind, body and spirit, so join us as we take the Self Love challenge as we all strive to live our best lives.
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About the author
Rosche Brown, Psy.D.
Dr. Brown obtained her Bachelors of Science in Psychology degree from Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans and her Masters and Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, SFBA. Dr. Brown is a licensed psychologist that has worked in Contra Costa County, Marin County, and Alameda county providing individual, family, and group therapy services since 2006 with clients from diverse racial/ethnic heritage, sexual orientations, religion, and socioeconomic statuses. Specifically, Dr. Brown’s experiences includes working in school-based health centers with at-risk youth, providing community based therapy services to transitional aged foster youth (15-21) along with case management to aid them in the process of emancipating from the Foster Care System, and teaching a host of psychology courses in both undergraguate and graduate programs at Argosy University, SFBA. Her dissertation was entitled Parenting The Second Time Around: African American Custodial Grandmother’s attachment with their Grandchildren. Overall, her interest include grandparents raising their grandchildren, at-risk youth with problematic behaviors, working with African American Families, and integrating spirituality with mental health. You can hear Dr. Rosché with her pastor Bishop Keith Clark on 106.1 KMEL’s World Hit Gospel Show on Sunday Mornings integrating psychology with spirituality.
Please Check Out her blog: http://www.DrRosche.blogspot.com
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