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Ruth Roseweir

Type of therapist: Counselling

Location: London

Skills

Anxiety Emotional regulation Mental Health issues Self-esteem Bullying Adoption and Fostering Parent/Child relationships Personal Development Parent/Carer Support Developmental Trauma Identity issues Grief and Loss

Qualifications

  • MA/Diploma in Social Work. (2000)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in systemic practice with Children and Young People's IAPT (2017)
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Intensive Training (2018)
  • Registered with Social Work England

CV

  • I qualified as a Social Worker in 2000 at the University of Hull. I specialised in studying working with children and working with people misusing substances.
  • Between 2000 -2015 I worked with both adults and young people misusing substances, which included working with the mental and emotional health needs underlying the substance use. I also worked with children in care during this time.
  • In 2015, I joined NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. I now have over six years in in this area working with children, young people and their families . I have worked in different NHS trusts, enabling be to work alongside, and learn from a range of professionals in different disciplines.
  • In 2016 I completed the IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) Postgraduate Diploma with Kings College University . I specialised in systemic family therapy with children and young people with self-harm and depression, or conduct disorder.
  • In 2018 I completed dialectical behaviour therapy training. This training was around helping adolescents regulate emotions. A key part of this approach is mindfulness.
  • I believe that the most important part of working with children, young people and parents is building a therapeutic alliance where people feel safe to talk. My approach is multi-model, holistic and needs-led. This means I draw on a range of theoretical models, adapting to meet the needs of people I work with.
  • I focus on helping service users and their families to gain an understanding of difficulties and the context in which they occur, thereby identifying different ways of managing them.

Interesting / fun facts

  • I am experimenting in growing my own vegetables.

Locations covered (1)

Greater London

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