Rosie is a Trainee Counselling Psychologist and a member of the BPS (British Psychological Society) within the Division of Counselling Psychology and Division of Educational and Child Psychology. She has experience in SEN and SEMH (special educational needs and social, emotional, and mental health) support work and care roles in specialist education and charity settings. Rosie holds an undergraduate degree in Music from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and an MSc in Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol.
Rosie’s background gave her a wide insight to people’s diverse, individual, and collective experiences. She also worked with the Charity NASEN (National Association for Special Educational Needs) to advocate and deliver training for Neurodiversity and Mental Health. Rosie’s training currently focuses on a person-centred therapy model and highlights the importance of informed practice to adhere to the client’s specific needs and goals. Rosie aims to provide an open, supportive, and warm approach to help the client navigate their issues. She understands the value of the client’s voice being heard and how counselling can enable the client’s awareness and connection to their true self.