Maggie Newman-Rose

Maggie Newman-Rose


07841 489529

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About me

Sometimes we cannot understand why we feel so low and even when we can identify with our problems talking about them can be difficult with anyone - when this happens, Creative Arts Psychotherapy can provide a safe space to work while we have a chance to make sense of things - it  is not just about being physically creative, it can simply mean we 'think in a creative way' in order to explore problems and difficulties.

There is no necessity to make art in order to benefit from this form of support - I believe we express ourselves creatively in many ways, in the way we make our choices in life - the clothes we wear, the stories we tell - this expression can help us explore thoughts and feelings that are often so difficult to talk about such as depression, anxiety and a general sense of not deserving good things in life.

I provide individual sessions for both children and adults and this  can often be in the support of general relationship difficulties. I also specialise in supporting young people with challenging behaviour and emotional problems.  I have twenty years experience of working with autism and attachment difficulties and I look forward to offering you safe, confidential and caring support.

Training, qualifications & experience

MA  in Creative Arts Psychotherapy
BA [Hons.] Fine Art and Media Studies
PGCE - main stream education
Advanced Certificate in Educational Skills

I am trained in Transactional Analysis, Neuro Linguistics and Intensive Interaction, Sexualised Behaviour Management and Assertive Skills.

I work closely with families who foster and adopt and provide training for social workers and foster carers in the management of looked after children.
I specialise in work within the autistic spectrum.
I am an accredited member of the British Association of Creative Arts Psychotherapy[ BAAT] and registered with the Health & Care Professions Council - I hold an enhanced CRB and full professional liability insurance.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited



I offer a sliding scale of fees - specifically for those who need financial support - please make enquiries about these rates - the scale rises up to a maximum of £50 per one hour session.

Maps & Directions

Petersfield, GU32

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes
Home visits: No

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: Unspecified


Appointment times are flexible during week/weekends