Aaron Rosales is a co-founder of Brio, a nonprofit that designs and launches mental health solutions in vulnerable communities through local partnerships. Aaron has a wealth of expertise in clinical and research psychology honed through working with universities, churches, community organizations, humanitarian aid workers, clergy, police departments, and victims of violent crimes. He is passionate about promoting mental health in populations with a wide gap between need and resources. Through both research and clinical practice, he provides the mental health expertise that to partner organizations. His background includes clinical psychology training at Stanford University, the University of Connecticut, Yale Child Violent Trauma Center, Azusa Pacific University, and Psychology Resource Consultants. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary where he also received a M.A. in Theology after graduating with a B.A. in Psychology from Columbia University.Aaron utilizes his clinical expertise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to empower social change locally and globally through the Prosocial process.