Roseanna B. Zoubek, M.N., M.S.W. is a licensed clinical social worker, licensed marriage and family therapist and a professional life coach. She graduated from Villanova University and received a Masters in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh where she stayed on as an Associate Professor of Nursing. Roseanna was instrumental in growing Lamaze as a leading childbirth method and built a large practice in the New York/New Jersey metro area. She taught Maternity Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh, Rutgers University and Seton Hall University.

With a desire to both change and grow she received a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University and has a substantial and successful private psychotherapy practice in West Orange, New Jersey. Roseanna has spent years both studying and working with couples and their relationships. She has had extensive Marital Therapy and Family Therapy training and is passionate about helping couples have a satisfying and rewarding relationship. She is dedicated to assisting couples who want to prevent divorce and/or survive an affair. She has studied with Terry Real, John Gottman, Sue Johnson, Monica McGoldrick and other experts in the field. She is a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

Roseanna is also affiliated with Psychology Today.

Her willingness and ability to change professions and learn new ways of attacking problems means that she can help others who are going through transitions or want change in their lives. Constant learning and growth have given her the empathy and ability to both understand and help people to make their lives better, more enjoyable and much more fulfilling.

In addition to her professional life Roseanna is dedicated to physical fitness and wellness. She has traveled the world and still has many places on her wish list. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and has four children and ten grandchildren. Her interests include travel, gardening, entertaining and constantly expanding her knowledge in areas that complement her work.


How do you go from where you are to where you want to be?  I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life.  You have to have a dream, a goal, and you have to be willing to work for it.

Jimmy Valvano