Rose Hyde

Clinical Psychologist Registrar

Rose has completed a Masters in clinical psychology and is a Clinical Psychology registrar. Rose takes a supportive, compassionate, and person-centred approach with her clients. Rose has experience in private and school settings. It is important to Rose to be genuine in therapy and to establish a trusting and supportive environment for clients. She believes that effective therapy adapts to the individual.

Rose’s approach involves developing insight and understanding around the difficulties a person is facing. She works with individuals to set shared goals, develop practical solutions to their problems, and work alongside them to create a rich and meaningful life. Rose employs a variety of evidence-based techniques, including Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Prolonged Exposure Therapy. Rose works with adults and adolescents, and has experience in working with clients individually and in a group setting. She has experience working with a variety of presentations including anxiety and mood disorders, interpersonal difficulties, trauma, PTSD, gender and identity issues, and personality difficulties. Rose is also involved in delivering group therapy offered at Schema Therapy Institute, including Group Schema Therapy and DBT Skills group.


 Rose works at the Essendon location on Wednesday evenings 2-8, and Thursdays and Fridays from 9-6pm.