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Aisha Rosh, PhD, is a UW Health Kids child and adolescent psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist, with a background in special education and behavioral disorders.
Aisha cares for young people with behavioral health conditions, including anxiety, depression and ADHD. She also treats post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), functional neurologic disorder and gender dysphoria. She has a special interest in sports psychology and works with student athletes to increase their overall well-being and optimize performance. Treatment sessions use a variety of approaches, including acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. To help young people find meaningful direction in their lives, she believes it’s important to talk about what matters to them and what they are passionate about.
When not counseling patients, Aisha works in the Kalin Lab where she conducts childhood anxiety research by talking with parents and children about their experiences.
During her free time, Dr. Rosh enjoys outdoor activities, especially biking, running, paddleboarding, hiking and skiing.
To help patients, we explore “what matters” to them. I offer a relaxed, welcoming space filled with positivity, support, hard work, insight, humor, flexibility and fun.
Education & credentials
- Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA