Rose has worked in the NHS, in private practice and has also been seconded to a MIND community project. She has worked in Dublin, Wales, East Anglia, North Essex, South West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Derbyshire. Rose was tasked with the responsibility of transforming a low secure unit of containment to an empowering culture built around a therapeutic programme. She has also contributed to the development of a newly built day centre, a newly opened unit for first episode psychosis and a day service for those leaving low secure care.
Rose has presented yearly at the Complex Trauma Conference in York since 2019. Since 2020 Rose has contributed to the training of clinicians at the Complex Trauma Institute. She has provided training for Group Supervisors, in June 2020 providing training to supervisors as part of the BABCP Webinar Programme.
Rose is qualified as a Safeguarding Supervisor, also completing the Training the Trainers programme. Rose is providing a Supervision of Supervision Group for facilitators and supervisors who are supporting the clinicians providing care to those experiencing trauma in Ukraine and a further supervision group for supervisors, facilitators, managers and team leaders.
Rose has contributed to the University of York & Complex Trauma Institute’s research into dreams and nightmares and re-traumatization. This has included reviewing materiel for publication. She has also served as a visiting lecturer to the Universities of Anglia Ruskin, Bangor and Huddersfield.
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 was awarded a Certificate for Services to Research.
When employed in the NHS Rose had clinical leadership and service transformation responsibilities. Rose was a reviewer for the Quality Network for Community CAMHS (QNCC) and a Critical Friend to the Department of Heath’s development of CYP-IAPT, representing the BABCP Child and Adolescent Special Interest Committee. She has also served as an elected member of the BABCP Supervision SIG Committee.
Rose Maria Hall. M.Sc., PgDs., B.Sc., DipHE., RMN.