Rose McGowan

Rose joined the McPin team as a co-researcher on the Blueprint Project, with the aim to improve accessibility and effectiveness of mental health services for children and young people. She is currently in her final year studying Psychology at Newcastle University. As part of her degree, Rose completed a placement year working in an adult acute psychiatric hospital, which involved screening for sleep disorders, delivering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia, and collecting data regarding the outcomes of therapy. She also works at her local hospital as a healthcare assistant, providing compassionate care to patients in all wards. Rose is passionate about mental health research and encouraging open conversations about mental health and wellbeing.