Eric D. Rose, Ph.D.

Eric RoseEric D. Rose, Ph.D., Executive Director of Student Wellness | Director of Student CounselingSince 2022, Dr. Eric Rose has served as the Executive Director of Student Wellness at Stevens. In this role he provides strategic direction in support of holistic student well-being and supervises the offices of Student Health, Disability Services and Counseling and Psychological Services. Additionally, Dr. Rose continues to serve as the Director of Student Counseling, a role he assumed in 2016. He is licensed as a psychologist in both New York and New Jersey. Dr. Rose was born and raised on Long Island, New York, and attended undergraduate college at Yeshiva University in Manhattan. He earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio. His graduate research explored the relationship between emotional distress and religious or spiritual lifestyles. In 2010 he returned to New York and completed a clinical internship at the Stony Brook University Counseling and Psychological Services. A year later, Dr. Rose pursued further specialization in university mental health by completing a post-doctoral residency at Princeton University Health Services. Between 2012 and 2016, Dr. Rose was a staff psychologist at the Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center. Dr. Rose's professional interests include a wide-range of contemporary topics in college mental health and he has presented at conferences on topics including short-term dynamic psychotherapy, suicide risk management, and new directions in peer-to-peer programming.