Dr. Kinton Rossman earned their doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Louisville. They completed their pre-doctoral internship in Chicago as part of the LGBTQ Health Track in Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Rossman specializes in concerns related to relationships, gender and sexuality. They have experience working with an array of LGBTQ identities as well as individuals in kink and polyamorous communities. As part of their pre-doctoral internship, Dr. Rossman received training and had experience working with individuals living with HIV; they also provided counseling at the Center on Halsted, one of the largest LGBTQ community centers in the U.S. Additionally, Dr. Rossman has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including community mental health, inpatient psychiatric care, and private practice settings.
Over the last five years Dr. Rossman’s academic research has focused on LGBTQ–especially trans–populations. They are highly committed to increasing access to medical and mental health care for the trans community. Dr. Rossman has presented locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally on transgender health.
Dr. Rossman’s therapeutic approach involves using interpersonal and psychodynamic approaches. They work to build collaborative relationships with clients and work on improving individuals’ lives and relationships. Dr. Rossman works with both children and adults and provides individuals, couples, and family services.
Dr. Rossman enjoys painting, watching reruns of Murder, She Wrote, playing chess with their child, and squirrel-watching. Dr. Rossman identifies as a member of the LGBTQ community and uses they/them/their pronouns.