Rosemary Rush, MSW, LCSW

Rosemary Rush

Rosemary is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned her MSW degree from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work in 2005. She received her undergraduate degree from Duquesne University, in 2003. Her heart and passion for seeing the healing and restoration of individuals, families, marriages, and community has led her to counsel for over 13 years in various settings. Prior to her work with the Christian Counselors Collaborative, Rosemary had several years of experience in community based mental health and drug and alcohol rehabilitation settings. She specializes in working with adolescents and families, as well as those suffering with addictions. Rosemary’s background and clinical training also includes work in marriage counseling, abuse, trauma, conflict resolution, anxiety, depression, and psychiatric issues. She is passionate about helping people to find true healing and to restore healthy connection with God and others in the counseling process. Rosemary resides in Beaver County with her husband Andrew and their two sons. She is an active member of First Presbyterian Church of Beaver.

Areas of Focus:

Addiction, Adolescents, Adoption, Anger, Anxiety, Applying Faith to Everyday Life Challenges, Codependency, Conflict, Couples, Depression, Depression/Anxiety, Divorce, Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Families, Family Conflict, Family Relationships, Marriage, Marriage & Family Relationships, Parent-Child Dyads, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Relationships, Spiritual Issues, Substance Abuse, Trauma


Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Social Worker


Master of Arts, Social Work - University of Pittsburgh (2005)
Bachelor of Arts, Elementary & Special Education - Duquesne University School of Law (2003)