Dr Camilla Rosan

Programme Lead for Families, Children and Young People

Camilla is a chartered clinical psychologist and couple therapist by background and has been leading the families, children and young people's programme of work at the Mental Health Foundation since June 2016.

Camilla has held a range of therapeutic roles relating to perinatal, family and young people's mental health across her career. She has specific therapeutic training in video-feedback for positive parenting (ViPP-SD), cognitive behavioural therapy, compassion-focused approaches, emotion-focused couples therapy and mindfulness.

Camilla retains an honorary clinical academic post at Imperial College London in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit 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 series of government-level expert advisory groups for mental health and prevention.

Camilla is a mum and lives with her partner, young baby and Westie terrier in South London.