Therapy and Supervision through Covid-19
Face-to-face therapy, supervision of clinicians and supervision of supervisors are all available in an environment that meets government recommendations for keeping safe.
In order to keep people safe whilst the Coronavirus poses a threat to us all, all DynaPsych services are available online. Rose will work with you to feel comfortable if you are not familiar with online working.
DynaPsych provides Individual Programmes of Care, which are in line with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines.
Treatment and supervision are available for Depression, Obsessional Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Pure OCD, Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), PTSD, eating difficulties and disorders, separation anxiety, social anxiety, health anxiety, phobias and panic disorder.
Therapy is available for adults, couples, children, adolescents and their families.
Please contact Rose for to arrange a complimentary telephone consultation for therapy; supervision; online group supervision; consultation for employers; and training.
Rose Hall is a BABCP accredited cognitive behavioural psychotherapist with qualifications as a psychodynamic psychotherapist, counselor and solution focused therapist. She is also an NSPCC-trained Safeguarding Supervisor. She has worked with the NHS, in the private sector and also for MIND. She has practiced in the North West, North East, North Essex, East Anglia, Eire and Wales.
Rose has a specialist interest and expertise in Complex Trauma and Dissociative States including for those who have experienced sexual, physical, emotional or domestic abuse, hearing voices, visual hallucinations and longstanding depression and anxiety.
Teaching Training and Supervision
Rose provides supervision for clinicians and also for supervisors.
In 2019 Rose presented at the Complex Trauma Conference in York. In 2020 Rose has continued to train clinicians with regular Webinars for clinicians through the Complex Trauma Institute including the 2020 Complex Trauma Conference. She has provided training for the Group Supervisors, most recently in June 2020 providing training to supervisors as part of the BABCP Webinar Programme.
Rose is contributing to the University of York & Complex Trauma Institute’s research into dreams and nightmares and re-traumatization. This has included reviewing materiel for publication.
Rose served as Principle Investigator for the Multi-site Randomized Controlled Trail [MRCT] SHIFT trial which evaluated family practice for adolescents who self-harm. She has been awarded a Certificate for Services to Research.
When employed in the NHS Rose had clinical leadership and service transformation responsibilities. Rose was a Critical Friend to the Department of Heath’s development of CYP-IAPT representing the BABCP Child and Adolescent Special Interest Committee. She is an elected member of the BABCP Supervision SIG Committee.