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Daniel C. Rosen, PhD
As core faculty in the Counseling and Health Psychology Department, Dr. Rosen teaches multiple courses to both graduate and undergraduate students. Additionally, he serves as a clinical supervisor for counseling at Bastyr Center for Natural Health and has a private practice in Seattle.
- PhD in counseling psychology from Arizona State University
- MA in counseling psychology from the University of Minnesota
- BA in psychology and philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania
- Dr. Rosen completed his postdoctoral fellowship in the Behavioral Medicine Program at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Rosen founded the non-profit organization AWARE in 2000, which has a mission to enhance the effectiveness of health care practitioners by providing opportunities for cross-cultural learning and exchange. Most recently, Dr. Rosen has served as a research fellow and consultant at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Rosen’s published works have focused on multicultural psychology, social justice in mental health, American Jewish identity, and the experiences of individuals with disabilities. His interests extend to the areas of health psychology, behavioral medicine and mindfulness.
Dr. Rosen's interests are in Multicultural Psychology and Health Disparities. The aim of his current study is to develop and evaluate a clinical workshop-style
intervention to promote culturally responsive primary care medicine. The project is part of a larger body of research seeking to dismantle racial health inequities and disparities, and will focus on assessing the importance of improved trust and social connection in the doctor-patient relationship.