Welcome to Lafayette School Counseling

The philosophy is that school counseling is an essential, integral part of the educational process.  Counselors provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career and personal/social development of all students.  As student advocates, counselors recognize the uniqueness, dignity and personal worth of each individual.  In an interactive process, the counselor facilitates student academic achievement.  Counselors work collaboratively with students, parents, educators and community members to support each student's ability to contribute at the highest level as productive members of society. 


Cindy Rosenberg

I started my career at a teacher in South Orange, NJ where I worked from 1999 until 2006. I have an undergraduate degree in teaching Elementary and Special Education.  I completed my Master's Degree in 2004 at Montclair State University in Individual and School Counseling. I also received a certificate in Student Assistance Counseling. Post graduation, I became a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), was certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC) and earned my Approved Clinical Supervisors Certificate (ACS).  In Chatham, I have worked in all the elementary schools before finding a permanent home at Lafayette for the past 10 years. Each day I look forward to seeing what our students learn, how they grow in all ways, and help guide them to better themselves socially, emotionally and academically.

Being outside in the fresh air is where I find my calm. Therefore I always look forward to lacing up my sneakers to go for a run. You may have even spotted me in Chatham or Madison on a Saturday morning. I recently completed The NYC Marathon in 2018 and the Philadelphia Marathon in 2016. I have also run more than a dozen half marathons and a collection of shorter distances. The challenge, dedication, and focus that running has provided me  is something that I cherish. One of my favorite home activities to do is a jigsaw puzzle. It helps me relax, spend time with my family, and reminds me that there are simple pleasures in quiet activities.

For 35 years I have attended and worked at Jeff Lake Camp. This past  year I was able to blend the two together when the 4th grade joined me for the day for a Social and Emotional  Field Trip. Jeff Lake Camp has offered me an abundance of personal and social growth without the added pressure of school.  I was thrilled to be able to share that experience with our students as the shared they were able to meet new friends, conquer obstacles, and learn to work collaboratively with each other and their teachers.

Danielle Imbimbo

Danielle Imbimbo

Hello! I have the joy of joining the School District of the Chathams in 2022. I have worked as an elementary and a middle school counselor prior to joining the Lafayatte family! There are so many things to love about Lafayette School, from the beautifully painted walls to the adventure filled playground and all of the friendly smiles from teachers and students. I am very excited to be here.

Being a school counselor is something I have known I wanted to do since I was in middle school. I enjoy intentional conversations with others and helping others feel heard, valued, and reminded that they are enough. I look forward to working with my students and helping them grow.

During the weekends you will find me relaxing with my husband, son, and mini goldendoodle named Dundie. We love to go outside on family walks and explore different towns and restaurants. We especially like to try different pizza spots and rate which ones are our favorite. When I have some downtime, I enjoy sitting in a comfy chair and reading a book or challenging myself to a tough workout. Something I try to live by every day is to treat others the way that you want to be treated.