About Gary Rose  
Gary S. Rose, Ph.D. is a practicing clinical psychologist and a member of the steering committee of MINT, the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. MINT is an international organization of Motivational Interviewing trainers working under the tutelage of William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick, the originators of Motivational Interviewing.

Dr. Rose has been teaching motivational interviewing techniques to health care professionals since 1992. He provides training and consultation to various clinical and research units within Tufts School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, and the University of Wales College of Medicine. Dr. Rose has worked closely with Dr. Rollnick on the development of Motivational Interviewing instructional tools. Please e-mail Dr. Rose for a current curriculum vitae.

Teaching and Research Appointments
• Tufts University School of Medicine
• Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
• Veterans Administration Medical Center

Clientele
• Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
• Boston Medical Center
• Boston Public Health Commission
• Cross Roads Rhode Island
• Fresenius North America
• Harvard Medical School Center for Obesity Research & Education
• Health Management Corporation
• Joslin Diabetes Clinic
• Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
• Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
• Pine Street Inn, Boston
• South End Community Health Center, Boston
• Univ. of Massachusetts Medical Center
• Victory Programs, Boston
• YMCA

Endorsements

Stephen Rollnick, Ph.D.:
I first met Gary in 1998 at the Training New Trainers meeting that Bill Miller and I annually host. Already a seasoned trainer, Gary quickly became an important part of MINT, our international organization of MI trainers, as chairperson and subsequent member of the steering committee.

I have had the pleasure of working with Gary as trainer, co-author, in the design of research, and in the training of new MI trainers. Gary brings excitement, creativity, and thoughtfulness to the training experience. His competence as a trainer spans the fields of addictions, generalist and specialist medicine, and social services. Gary’s overriding goal is to provide trainees with tools and ideas that are readily integrated into their daily professional world; this goal is generally achieved.

Beth Ewy, MPH, CHES, Univ. of Massachusetts Tobacco Treatment Program:
Dr. Rose has been an integral part of the Massachusetts Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) Training and Certification Program since its inception in 1999. This program is recognized nationally for the caliber of training we provide.
As the program’s administrator, I have appreciated Dr. Rose’s responsiveness to the ever evolving needs of our training program. His interactive and inspiring module based on Motivational Interviewing theory is consistently rated as one of the best that we offer.

Deborah Hagemann, Anthem BCBS:
I can't tell you want a great job Gary is doing. He is not only a "subject matter expert" in this field, but he has the right philosophy and presentation to influence the rate of change in the staff. Working with clinicians on change, especially regarding something that isn't black & white, is a very, very challenging task. Gary has brought new energy and challenge to the staff. They are getting some passion behind this program now, mostly due to Gary's efforts!

 

Gary Rose, Ph.D. | Tel: 978 250-8400 | 229 Billerica Rd | Chelmsford, MA 01824