Aisha I. Rosh, Ph.D., NCSP
Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and Clinics
6001 Research Park Blvd
Aisha received her BA in psychology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison (Go Badgers!) and received her doctorate in School Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. After completing internship and 2 years of working as a school psychologist in Portland, Oregon, she completed her first postdoctoral residency at a private practice in Madison. Her work focused on comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and therapy for kids, adolescents, and young adults with ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, and learning disabilities. She completed her second postdoctoral residency at WisPIC within the UW Department of Psychiatry. As a staff psychologist Aisha sees children and adolescents for individual therapy and provides supervision and training for the child track interns and postdoctoral residents. Aisha also works as a clinician within the Kalin Lab administering diagnostic clinical interviews for longitudinal research on adolescent anxiety.