Jose Rosario, M.A
Jose Rosario is a doctoral student clinician pursuing his Ph.D in clinical psychology. He is passionate about empowering clients to make meaningful change and support them in deepening their understanding of their journey in its fullness. He is committed to a person-centered approach that honors and validates the complexities of an individual’s experience. He provides individual psychotherapy to adults and adolescents who are seeking support with traumatic experiences, mood disorders, anxiety/worry, and life concerns related to identity, invalidation, and interpersonal relationships. He utilizes treatment modalities such as Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and expressive arts to support clients in moving towards the life they want.
Prior to graduate school, José received his B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Chemical Dependency & Addiction Studies at Rhode Island College and became a certified expressive arts facilitator. As a clinical psychology student, his research examines hate-based violence, cultural trauma, and healing in BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. Jose is passionate about activism and engages in nonprofit community work. He serves as a disaster responder for the American Red Cross and runs a mental health nonprofit focused on the mental health experiences within minoritized communities.