Elsa Rojas-Ashe, PhD

Elsa Rojas-Ashe, PhD is a counseling psychologist whose clinical experience has focused on the treatment of trauma, eating disorders, and personality disorders. She has used mobile technology, including apps, text messaging, and phone coaching in her practice for the past several years and has found it to be a power tool to supplement treatment. During her graduate training, she was a founding member of Defined Lines, a bystander-based intervention program that works to increase social consciousness to reduce sexual assault on college campuses. She is currently a member of the Stanford faculty Dialectical Behavioral Therapy team. Dr. Rojas-Ashe’s current clinical and research interests include mobile mental health and the use of technology to augment existing treatments. She also has a special interest in maternal mental health, with research focusing on identifying risk factors for childbirth-related trauma.