Dr. Kevin Rosi is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and specializes in child and adolescent care, early onset Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, and eating and developmental disorders. He also has extensive experience in treating behavioral disorders, such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder, as well as impulse control and psychotic disorders.
Dr. Rosi was inspired to become a physician after witnessing the birth of his younger sister; he was deeply impressed by the role doctors played in physically and mentally assisting people through some of their toughest and most profound moments. During his medical school rotations, he found that the ongoing nature of the psychiatrist-patient relationship enabled him to develop a more complete understanding of his patients and was heartened that this work helped them to transform their lives.
Dr. Rosi believes in building a trusting working relationship with his patients through open communication and educating them about all available modalities so treatment decisions can be made collaboratively. Using a holistic approach that emphasizes pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, including psychotherapy, neuromodulation, and developing healthy living habits, Dr. Rosi works together with his patients toward the goals of symptom elimination and restoring health. Currently, he is seeing patients ages 14 and older.
When he’s not in clinic, Dr. Rosi enjoys hiking in the mountains, as well as playing basketball and soccer.
Dr. Rosi graduated Cum Laude from Villanova University in 1993. He earned his medical degree with honors from Saint Georges University School of Medicine and completed his psychiatric residency at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Rosi then served as lead researcher at the University of Chicago’s Sleep Research Laboratory. After completing a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Stanford University in 2007, he focused primarily on treating mood and anxiety disorders in children, adolescents, and young adults.
Dr. Rosi joined TMS Health Solutions in 2015 after working for eight years in a community mental health outpatient clinic serving children and adolescents, and maintaining a private practice in Davis, California. He completed a visiting fellowship in TMS at Duke University in 2015.