Elaine Rotenberg, Clinical DirectorElaine Rotenberg, Ph.D.
Clinical Director
Time at LJRFS: 20 Years
I am part of the LJRFS team because there is no greater honor than working with families who have devoted their lives to creating the best possible world for their loved ones. I have the pleasure of sharing the sheer joy that comes with seeing the growth and success of those we proudly serve.

Dr. Elaine Rotenberg has been the Clinical Director of the Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service and the Levine Jewish Residential & Family Service for the past 20 years.  She is a licensed clinical psychologist and an active participant in the Action Alliance for Mental Health in Palm Beach County, the American Psychological Association, and the Florida Psychological Association.  Dr. Rotenberg received her BA degree in psychology and education from Brandeis University and then went on to receive both her Masters and Doctoral degrees in psychology from the University of Denver.  Dr. Rotenberg completed her predoctoral fellowship in the psychiatry department of Yale University.

Dr. Rotenberg provides clinical oversight and establishes standards of best practice for many of the programs of AJFCS and LJRFS.  She has direct oversight of all of the mental health services of the organization, including counseling and psychiatry services, domestic abuse, mentoring, and the residential programs for adults with developmental and psychiatric disabilities.  She coordinates the ongoing Performance Quality Assurance program of AJFCS, and is a national peer reviewer for the Council on Accreditation.

Dr. Rotenberg is a much request speaker, and has presented locally and nationally on a range of topics, and is regularly involved in outreach efforts into the community, seeeking opportunities to develop interagency collaborations whenever possible.