Rosilda James, Psy.D.
B.A. Psychology and Sociology, Bridgewater State College, 1994
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, University of San Francisco, 1997
M.A. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 1999
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 2001
Dr. Rosilda James specializes in trauma, multi-culturalism, acculturation, ethnic and racial identity and immigrant issues. She has worked in Boston, San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa counties providing clinical therapeutic services to children, adolescents, families and couples in both medical and community settings. Dr. James is very personable, easy going and practical in her approach to therapy.
Dr. James has been with Kaiser Permanente since 2002. She currently is a Hospital-Based Psychiatric Consultant and collaborates with emergency room physicians to provide onsite assessment, treatment planning across all levels of acuity and crisis interventions with patients, including involuntary psychiatric hospitalizations. Dr. James also has a part time private practice where she treats couples, individuals and facilitates a new moms group. She joined The Wright Institute as an adjunct faculty in 2010 and teaches Case Conference and Professional Development Seminar.