Jared S. Rose
Jared S. Rose, PH.D., LPCC, NCC
Position: Assistant Professor
Address: 430 Education
Ph.D., Counselor Education & Supervision, The University of Toledo
MA, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, The University of Toledo
BA, Philosophy, The University of Toledo
BA, Psychology, The University of Toledo
Dr. Jared Rose has produced 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals and books, state-wide HIV and STD education curricula and public-media outlets. He has provided over 80 conference presentations at regional, state, national and international arenas; has been the invited lecturer or trainer over 40 times; and has given more than two-dozen educational television and radio broadcasts.
In addition to his work as an author and presenter, Dr. Rose continues to provide clinical mental health services in private practice and has an extensive history in service to his community and the counseling profession. He is an elected board member for Advocating Opportunity, which focuses on wellness and recovery for those victimized by human trafficking. He provides pro-bono services for HIV+ men at UTMC and HIV-testing initiatives throughout Ohio. Dr. Rose has provided service leadership in a variety of roles, including as the current BGSU Beta Gamma Chapter for Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), the Ohio Counseling Association (OCA), the American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for Counselor Education & Supervision (ACES), American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA), Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC), ALGBTIC of Ohio and the Lucas County Human Trafficking Coalition.
Dr. Rose was awarded the Social Justice through Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts Award in 2014; was a second-place winner of the ACA ethics competition in 2014; an ACES Emerging Leader Fellow in 2013; an ALGBTIC national award winner in 2013; a CSI Fellow in 2013-2014; and received the CSI Excellence in Counseling Research Grant Award in 2012.
- Sex/Sexuality/Affectionality/Gender minorities (LGBQ+ and Trans*)
- Human trafficking
- Multiculturalism and social justice in mental health professions
- Competency in mental health professions
- Ethics in the counseling profession
Licensure & Certifications
Ohio Professional Licensed Clinical Counselor
National Certified Counselor
EMDR Certified Therapist
- American Counseling Association
- Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (and North Central Chapter)
- Counselors for Social Justice
- Multicultural Counseling and Development
- Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling
- National Research Consortium on Commercial Sexual Exploitation
- Chi Sigma Iota
- Phi Kappa Phi
- Ohio Counseling Association (and Northwest Ohio Chapter)
- Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling of Ohio
- Ohio Counselors for Social Justice
- Ohio Mental Health Counselors Association
- University Collaboration Against Trafficking
Select Recent Publications
Rose, J. S., & Baltrinic, E. (2016). Working with clients questioning their sexual identity (CQSI). In M. Ginicola, J. Filmore, & C. Smith (Eds.), Counseling for gender, affectional orientation and identity issues: Developing multicultural competence with the LGBTQI+ population (In press). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Rose, J. S., Osborne, L., Hairston, T., Laux, J. M., & Pawelczak, M. (2015). HIV/AIDS knowledge among professional counselors and counseling students in Ohio. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 9(1), 2-16. doi: 10.1080/15538605.2014.997333.