Raphael Rose, Ph.D.
Dr. Rose is the Associate Director of the Anxiety Disorders Research Center (ADRC), and is also an Associate Research Psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychology, and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. He is principal investigator on a NASA-funded study to investigate a self-guided, multimedia stress management and resilience-training program (SMART-OP) with flight controllers at Johnson Space Center in Houston. He was principal investigator on a recently completed project funded by the National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) through a cooperative agreement with NASA to develop and evaluate (SMART-OP) with a sample of stressed but otherwise healthy individuals at UCLA. Dr. Rose was Project Director for the CALM (Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management) study and helped develop the computer-based anxiety cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention and created the training for all clinicians in CALM. Prior to coming to UCLA, Dr. Rose completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Medical School in Anxiety Disorders and Behavioral Medicine and received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University. His research interests include incorporating technology and multimedia presentation to train people to apply evidenced-based approaches (e.g., CBT) to manage anxiety and stress and achieve peak performance. Dr. Rose has a private practice specializing in anxiety, stress, and related disorders in Beverly Hills, CA.