Rose is an independent CBT Supervisor, Trainer and Practitioner, practising also as a counsellor, a group and individual psychotherapist and a solution-focussed therapist. Rose is an NSPCC-trained Safeguarding Supervisor. She provides therapy for children, adolescents and their families, adults and couples.
Rose has worked with the NHS as a Lead Clinician, in the private sector and also for MIND. She has practised in the North West, North East, Essex, East Anglia, Eire and Wales.
Rose has a specialist interest in complex trauma, therapy for longstanding depression and anxiety, OCD, those who have experienced sexual, physical and emotional abuse, dissociative states and eating disorders.
In July 2019 Rose presented to the Complex Trauma Conference in York; also recently presented at a BABCP Supervisor’s Training event and facilitated a workshop for Group Supervisors.
Rose is currently contributing to research at the University of York into dreams and nightmares. Rose is also writing papers for publication concerning family interventions in a low secure unit for young women, measuring outcomes in group supervision and the effectiveness of empowerment in the therapeutic process.
Rose is concerned at the ways that effective therapy is adversely affected by political and professional interests and the way that services organise the provision of therapy.
Rose is accredited with the British Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies (BABCP). Rose has been an active member of the BABCP since 2009. She was on the committee for the Child Adolescent and Family Special Interest Group from 2009-2015 and since 2017 has been on the committee of the BABCP Supervision Special Interest Group.
Rose Maria Hall
M.Sc., PgDip Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
B.Sc. Psychosocial Interventions
DipHE Psychodynamic Psychotherapy