Scott Harms Rose graduated from ICSW in 2004 and has been an adjunct assistant professor at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Social Work, and an adjunct lecturer at The University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration. Dr. Rose also has worked extensively within the LGBTQ community in Chicago, having been part of the clinical staff at Howard Brown Health Center, and most recently Director of Mental Health and Clinical Training at Center on Halsted. He maintains a private practice in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, where he works with adults (individuals and couples, both gay and straight) and adolescents. His clinical interests include studying the intersection between the social/cultural/political environment and the intrapsychic, and his theoretical interests include using psychoanalytic theory to examine sociocultural phenomena.
Areas of Interest & Approaches to Practice
Private Practice: Adults (individuals and couples, both gay and straight), and Adolescents from Demanding Academic Settings; Clinical Interests: Gay Men and Relationships Issues, HIV/AIDS, Aging, and Coming Out Across the Lifespan; Theoretical interests: Studying the intersection among the social/cultural/political environments and the intrapsychic, and using psychoanalytic theory to examine sociocultural phenomena
- B.A., Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
- M.S.W., Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
- Ph.D., Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, IL
- L.C.S.W., Illinois
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