Catrin Bradley started her working life as a secondary school maths teacher before training in Child Psychotherapy, and then gathered a wealth of experience in inner city CAMHS, community and hospital settings before coming to the Tavistock in 2004. She has had the privilege of leading the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy training programme (integrated clinical training and professional doctorate) since 2008, working with a staff team of experienced clinical and research specialists who are all also practising clinicians. This role matches well with her passionate lifelong interest in how the kind of learning that leads to growth and development can be enabled. Clinically she now contributes to the work of the Tavistock Lifespan team and at a national level has recently served on the expert reference group developing competency standards for the child psychotherapy profession.
This internationally renowned course is an NHS training that will allow you to qualify as a child and adolescent psychotherapist with eligibility...