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Dr Camilla Rosan

Dr Camilla Rosan
CPsychol BSc (Hons.) DclinPsy (Oxon) PGDip
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Camilla is a doctoral-level, Oxford University qualified, chartered clinical psychologist. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Camilla has completed a diploma in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and is also interested in 'third wave' CBT approaches such as Mindfulness-Based and Compassion-Focused models. Camilla has a specialist interest in working with couples around relationship and sexual issues, and is trained in emotion-focused couples therapy and psychosexual therapy. Camilla is also trained in parent-infant work including videofeedback for positive parenting, one of the only evidence-based parent infant approaches for parents with mental health difficulties. Overall, Camilla would describe herself as an integrative psychologist. who is able to draw on a range of orientations in her work depending on the interests and needs of the clients she is working with. By building a safe and trusting relationship with all her clients, Camilla believes in a truly collaborative and strengths-based approach to therapy in which clients are empowered to make changes, enhance their wellbeing and meet their goals.

Over the last ten years, Camilla has gained therapeutic experience working in a range of settings both locally and nationally, including community and hospital clinics, primary care, third sector, and through research in academic institutions. In her work, Camilla has experience working with a number of different difficulties including issues such as anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, clinical perfectionism, trauma responses, hearing voices, phobias, parent-child bonding difficulties, body image difficulties, grief responses after loss, fertility difficulties, managing chronic health problems including pain, sexual difficulties and couple relationship difficulties.
Camilla retains a clinical academic post at Imperial College London and has published extensively in peer-review journals, therapy manuals, book chapters, policy reports and national guidelines. She has a specialist research interest in developing the field of couples work from pre-conception across the transition to parenthood and beyond and is involved in a number of high-profile research trials. She is involved in teaching and supervision on clinical psychology training courses and sits on a number of government level expert advisory groups for mental health.

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