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Dr Camilla Rosan

Deputy Programme Director (Clinical)

, School of Psychology

Dr Rosan is currently the Deputy Programme Director for UEL's Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr Rosan also works part time at the national children's mental health charity - the Anna Freud Centre - where she co-leads a portfolio of applied research projects in perinatal and early years psychology.

Qualifications

  • BSc(Hons) Psychology with Neuroscience (University of Sussex)
  • DClinPsy Clinical Psychology (University of Oxford)

Areas Of Interest

  • Mixed methods evaluation of psychological interventions
  • Perinatal Psychology 
  • Reproductive Health Psychology
  • Parent-infant relationships 
  • Infant and child Development
  • Trauma-informed care 
  • Psychological support for women survivors of sexual abuse and assault
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OVERVIEW

Dr Rosan is currently the Deputy Programme Director for UEL's Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Camilla also works part time at the national children's mental health charity - the Anna Freud Centre - where she co-leads a portfolio of applied research projects, including the largest psychological therapy trial in NHS perinatal mental health services in England (Award ID: NIHR131339). 

Camilla is an experienced Consultant Clinical Psychologist, who has previously worked working in HEIs, the NHS, government organisations and charities – where she has been involved in world-leading transformation of health and social care services. She previously worked in the NHS England & Improvement mental health strategy and policy team in 2018 and led the co-production of the NHS Long Term Plan policies for perinatal mental health and maternity transformation.

CURRENT RESEARCH

Camilla is current the joint Chief Investigator for a full scale trial of a group parenting intervention in NHS perinatal mental health services. The trial is funded by NIHR HTA for £2,004,908.57

PUBLICATIONS

  • Healey, S., Valliancourt, K., & Rosan, C. (In Press). Psychological Aspects of Infertility, Assisted Conception, and Perinatal Loss. In E. McDonald, R. Cantwell, & I. Jones (Eds.), Seminars in Perinatal Psychiatry. London: Cambridge University Press. 
  • Rosan, C., Mycroft, R., O'Mahen, H. (In Press). Psychological Interventions: What Works for Whom in the Perinatal Period?. In E. McDonald, R. Cantwell, & I. Jones (Eds.), Seminars in Perinatal Psychiatry. London: Cambridge University Press. 
  • Chakkalackal, L., Rosan, C., Corfield, F., Stavrou, S., Kennedy, H., Bou, C., & Breedvelt, J. (2021).  A mixed-method evaluation of Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) delivered by early-years workers in a socially disadvantaged urban community, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. Online first. doi: 10.1108/JMHTEP-08-2020-0053 
  • Patel, R. Iles, J., Rosan, C., O’Farrelly, C., & Ramchandani, P. (2021).  Assessing behaviour in children aged 12-24 months using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire, Infancy, 26, 724-734. 
  • Webb, R., Uddin, N., Ford, E., Easter, A., Shakespeare, J., Roberts, N., ... & MATRIx study team. (2021). Barriers and facilitators to implementing perinatal mental health care in health and social care settings: a systematic review. The Lancet Psychiatry, 8, 521-534. 
  • Rosan, C., & Myers, P. (2021). How is your parents’ relationship? The Psychologist, 34, 44-47. 
  • Rosan, C., et al. (2020). Working therapeutically with parents and their infants during pregnancy and postpartum using remote delivery platforms. Leicester: The British Psychological Society. 
  • Crasnow, E., Ponticelli, S., Scotto di Minico, G., Haynes, A., & Rosan, C. (2020). The Parent Toddler Group Adoption Project. A feasibility study of a therapeutic play group. London: Anna Freud Centre. 
  • James, J., & Rosan, C. (2019). Remodelling baby clinics: Opportunities to support parent–baby relationships. Journal of Health Visiting, 5, 122-128. 
  • McKenzie-McHarg, K., Rosan, C., Ayers, S. (2019). Good Practice Points: Working with birth trauma. London: Institute of Health Visiting. 
  • Eisenstein, C., Zamperoni, V., Humphrey, N., Deighton, J., Wolpert, M., Rosan, C., ... & Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2019). Evaluating the Peer Education Project in secondary schools. Journal of Public Mental Health. Online first. 
  • Stephenson, L. A., Beck, K., Busuulwa, P., Rosan, C., Pariante, C. M., Pawlby, S., & Sethna, V. (2018). Perinatal interventions for mothers and fathers who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 80, 9-31 
  • Foye, U., Satinsky, E., Rosan, C., & Breedvelt, J. (2018). Assisting young people in care. Community Practitioner, 91(4), 44-46. 
  • Webb, R., Rosan, C., Ayers, S. (2018). A systematic review of measures of mental health and emotional wellbeing in parents of children aged 0-5. Journal of Affective Disorders, 1, 608-617 
  • Gardner, R., & Rosan, C. (2017). Child protection in the community: recognising and responding to signs of child neglect in infants. In P. Leach (Ed.), Transforming infant wellbeing: research, policy and practice for the first 1001 critical days (pp. 47-55). London: Routledge. 
  • Rosan, C. (2017). Good Practice Points: Supporting families after a traumatic event. London: Institute of Health Visiting. 
  • Chakkalackal, L., Rosan, C., & Stavrou, S. (2017). Through Each Other's Eyes: An evaluation of a Video Interaction Guidance project delivered by health visitors and family support workers in a disadvantaged urban community. London: Mental Health Foundation. 
  • Iles, J., Rosan, C., et al. (2017). Adapting and developing a video-feedback intervention for co-parents of infants at risk of externalising behaviour problems (VIPP-Co): A feasibility study. Journal of Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, 22, 483-499. 
  • Lake, A., & Rosan, C. (2017). Being a Military Child: best practice guidance for engagement and early intervention with military families, International Journal of Birth and Parenting Education, 4, 3. 
  • Bateson, K., Darwin, Z. J., Galdas, P. M., & Rosan, C. (2017). Engaging fathers: acknowledging the barriers. Journal of Health Visiting, 5, 122-128. 
  • Rosan, C., & Grimas, E. (2016). The power of couple-focused approaches in the perinatal period. Journal of Family Health, 26, 10 -17.  
  • Rosan, C., Finnis, S., Biaggi, A., Pawlby, S., & Pariante, C. (2016). Perfectionism as a warning sign for postnatal mental health difficulties. Journal of Health Visiting, 4(8), 400-406.  
  • Rosan, C. (2015). Good Practice Points for Health Visitors: Talking to parents about their sexual wellbeing. London: Institute of Health Visiting. 
  • Rosan, C. et al. (2015). Pregnancy in Mind: Practitioner’s Manual for perinatal mental health. London: NSPCC 
  • Domoney, J., Iles, J. E., O’Farrelly, C., Kellet, P., Rosan, C. (2015). Bringing the relationship to life: The power of video-feedback approaches. Journal of Health Visiting, 3, 368-372 
  • Richards, P. K., Sanger, C., De Sousa, C., & Hogg.,S. (2015). Coping with Crying: an innovative new programme to support positive parenting and prevent child abuse. International Journal of Birth and Parenting Education, 2, 19-22. 
  • Sanger, C., et al. (2015). Antenatal screening and early-intervention: A mental health update. British Journal of Midwifery, 23, 388-390. 
  • Brookes, H., Coster, D., & Sanger, C. (2015). Baby Steps: supporting parents from minority ethnic backgrounds in the perinatal period. Journal of Health Visiting, 3, 2-7.  
  • Sanger, C., Iles, J., Andrew, C., & Ramchandani, P. (2015). Associations between postnatal maternal depression and psychological outcomes in adolescent offspring: a systematic review. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 18, 147 – 162. 
  • Sanger, C., Haynes, A., Rayns, G., Hogg, S., & Galloway, S. (2015). All Babies Count: Reducing the pressure on new families. Midwifery, 31, 345–348. 
  • Coster, D., Brookes, H., & Sanger C. (2015). Evaluation of the Baby Steps Programme: Pre- and Post- Measures Study. London: NSPCC 
  • Sanger, C., Iles, J., Wilkinson, E., & Ramchandani, P. (2014). A video-feedback intervention for mothers and fathers of infants at risk of behavioural problems: A pilot. Infant Mental Health Journal, 35, 3, 137. 
  • Sanger, C., Hayward, J., Patel, G., Phekoo, K., Poots, A. J., Howe, C., ... & Green, J. (2013). Acceptability and necessity of HIV and other blood-borne virus testing in a psychiatric setting. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 202(4), 307-308.