Christian counseling | life issues

Rosalind Pagliano

Rosalind Pagliano obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Technology  from Monmouth University in 1983, located in Long Branch, New Jersey.  While working in her field as a medical technologist she also obtained her Masters equivalent as a Blood Bank Specialist in Blood Banking in 1994.  Rosalind was in charge of a major Blood Bank and supervised the autologous blood transfusion service for Bloodline Corp. for seven years.

In 2007, Rosalind went to Cairn University where she obtained her Masters Degree in Christian Counseling.  She interned for one year at two facilities, Calvary Chapel in Old Bridge New Jersey, and the Department of Human Services in Ocean Township. After her internship, she remained at both facilities continuing to counsel in all areas to including marriage and family issues, individual concerns, teaching, parenting and anger management groups. Rosalind created both a 12-week parenting and 8-week anxiety group for adults.  Additionally, Rosalind wrote and implemented an 8-week Support group for Prospective Foster Parents. Rosalind also created and implemented an 8-week friendship counseling program for lay counselors at Calvary Baptist Church in Aberdeen, NJ.

She facilitated support groups in anger management, parenting skills and foster children.

Rosalind and her husband, Vincent, have been foster parents for twenty years and have adopted seven children in addition to their own two biological children. Rosalind has worked closely with the Division of Children’s Services and is familiar with issues related to this office.