About Rosie Batten
Rosie believes that connection is the most important part of therapy, and she takes the time to really get to know her clients in a style that is warm and curious.
Through creating an environment of safety and acceptance, she works alongside her clients to identify what is going on for them that brings them to therapy now, to understand how events across their lives have led them to this point, and to figure out what they want their future to look like.
When working with young people, Rosie brings key people from their lives into therapy and teaches them to become co-therapists. This team approach means that therapy can continue outside of the clinic and can lead to big meaningful changes.
Rosie’s clients are invited to identify coping strategies they have used in the past that are no longer serving them and what barriers get in the way of moving in the direction they want to go. She then works collaboratively with her clients to rediscover their individual strengths and to develop new ways to cope with life’s challenges. Therapy can also include Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) to assist in the processing of traumatic events.