Dr Rose is a Clinical Psychologist with experience of working with people across the life span, and with a wide range of difficulties from mild to moderate depression and anxiety to severe and enduring mental health problems. In her NHS post, Dr Rose is based in an adult community mental health service and works with clients presenting with complex and enduring mental health problems, offering psychological assessment, therapeutic intervention and consultation with individual clients, and consultation to staff teams.
Dr Rose works in an integrative and collaborative manner in order to develop personal and tailored psychological formulations and therapeutic interventions. She applies a mainly CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) approach to her work, and is influenced by ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and Narrative ways of working. Dr Rose works across a range of clinical presentations including anxiety, depression, phobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, panic, experiences of paranoia and suspicious thoughts, distressing thoughts, bipolar affective disorder and psychosis.