Barrymore Rosellini, PsyD
Primary Therapist + Lic. Psychologist
Dr. Rosellini (#PY60633773) is a licensed clinical psychologist with experience providing individual, group, and couples therapy, as well as assessment (neuropsychological testing) services, to adolescents and adults. He brings a humanistic, acceptance based, and relational therapeutic approach to facilitate clients movement towards their values and create meaningful change. Additionally, he integrates therapeutic modalities to better understand and assist each unique individual, while continually being mindful of multicultural factors. One of his primary interest areas is working with young adults, and he has extensive experience working in college counseling centers providing such services (e.g. individual, group, and couples therapy; assessment services; crisis intervention; outreach). He also has specialized clinical training and experience providing services to student-athletes, including working in a large Division I intercollegiate athletic department (University of Washington). As such, he developed a comprehensive understanding of student athletes’ environment and expertise in performance enhancement and mental skills training, as well as experience with disordered eating and coping with injury/pain management as it relates to sport. His other clinical interests and areas of expertise include working with anxiety, depression, identity development, relational concerns, and men and masculinity issues.
Dr. Rosellini obtained his Clinical Psychology PsyD from the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology (APA-Accredited) in 2015. He completed my APA Accredited Internship at Washington State University Counseling and Psychological Services in 2015 as well. Recently, he completed his Sport and Counseling Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Washington Department of Athletics in October of 2016. He attended the University of Southern California for my undergraduate education, where he earned my BA in Psychology in 2009.
Outside of counseling, Dr. Rosellini enjoys spending time with friends and family. Some of his favorite activities are hiking, playing basketball, reading, and meditation.
Dr. Rosellini will be offering outpatient therapy at Opal (within the Exercise + Sport programming), as well as co-facilitating Opal’s outpatient Re-Thinking Sport+Exercise Process Group.