What I do
Dr. Rozenman is an Assistant Professor in the clinical child psychology Ph.D. Program and directs the BRAVE Lab in DU's Department of Psychology.
clinical psychology; children; adolescents
Dr. Rozenman's research centers on elucidating processes that underlie anxiety and related disorders in children and adolescents in order to develop theoretically and practically efficient interventions. Currently, her work includes:
(1) assessment and experimental modification of cognitive bias,
(2) studying the interplay of cognitive and psychophysiological processes in anxiety expression,
and (3) development and evaluation of behavioral interventions for anxiety and related problems in youth.
Together, this work aims to link mechanisms and interventions research to improve the evidence base for pediatric anxiety interventions that have potential for translation into settings outside of the laboratory.
Dr. Rozenman is a licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado and a clinical supervisor in the Child and Family Clinic in the DU Department of Psychology.
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, 2013
- MS, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, 2009
- BA, University of California Los Angeles, 2005
Licensure / Accreditations
- Licensed Psychologist
- Threat Interpretation Bias as Cognitive Marker and Treatment Target in Pediatric Anxiety
Dr. Rozenman will be reviewing applications for fall 2022 admission, only for the clinical program.