Rosemary Dunn Dalton has been advocating on behalf of the oppressed for the past half-century. She is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice and a former faculty member in the Psychology Department at Southern Oregon University.
Connection and relational theory drive Rosemary’s interactions with clients. She views empathy as the path to connection. The markers of a positive connection include engagement, relational authenticity, mutuality, and empowerment.
Rosemary shares her knowledge with those seeking licensure in mental health counseling and social work. Good supervision can counter feelings of powerlessness, helping you stay hopeful for change in people, institutions, and society.
Larry Gibson, founder of Keeper of the Mountains, participated in a protest against mountaintop removal mining by shaving the heads of women who wanted to