Rose Maxwell Joins BTS

Welcome Rose Maxwell

Brighton Therapy Service is excited to announce that Rose Maxwell is joining Michele Karban on  Whilst Rose and Michele are both independent therapists, by joining together online a more comprehensive range of information, services and opportunities will be available to visitors to the web site.

Working With Children and Parents

Rose Maxwell Therapist: woman wearing Green coat smiling
Therapist Rose Maxwell

Rose has experience with a wide range of  problems and children’s  worries, from shyness or low confidence, academic or friendship problems, problems in family relationships, divorce and bereavement, to eating disorders and medical problems. She can help children who have sadly  experienced sexual or physical abuse. She can help with behavioural problems such as defiant and challenging behaviour. Rose can help to support parents and foster carers to manage problem behavior and aims to help children to make the most of their lives and opportunities.

Rose works as an independent Child Psychotherapist and is also a registered Psychotherapy supervisor. Rose works part- time for ISP a therapeutic fostering agency and has a thriving private practice at her consulting rooms in Brighton.

Specialist Training

She trained at the Institute of Arts in Therapy and Education, a humanistic course working with the arts with children and young people. Rose also has a social work qualification and a family therapy qualification and has training in Gestalt therapy. She has an MSW Master in Social Work, from the University of Sussex and a PQ professional social work qualification. Rose is an associate lecturer for the social work training course at the University of Sussex.

Get in Touch

This was written by Rose and you can contact her here.

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  3. deborah holmes

    Congratualations Rose, that is great news! You look lovely in your picture. Glad you are doing well.

    Love Deb