Julie Hudson, CPsychol, AFBPsS, BSc Hons, MClinPsychol
Julie is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, having worked in England for 23 years in NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Julie trained in Clinical Psychology at Liverpool University and has always specialised in individual, family and group interventions to traumatised young people, and their families. From 1996, she was employed as a Clinical Psychologist Specialist in Child Abuse and was commissioned by the British Psychological Society (BPS) to compile the first Clinical Practice Guidelines for Clinical Practice and the Management of Concern in Child Abuse, published in 2001.
More recently Julie contributed a chapter focussing on clinical issues in the provision of psychological support services to adoptive families in “Thinking Psychologically about Looked After and adopted children”, Golding, Kim. et al Wiley 2006.
After working in NHS CAMHS in Cambridgeshire and Somerset, Julie has been employed in Bath for the past ten years. Her work now is in a joint funded Health and Social Services post, developing and managing a team providing assessment, consultative, training and therapeutic services to children in care and adopted children. This NHS team works closely with local social services, foster carers and adoptive parents and provides therapy and consultation. The biggest recent challenge has been developing multi-agency long term Therapeutic Foster Care as an alternative to residential care.
Kim Golding, fellow DDPI Board member, and Julie currently co-convene a semi-annual national group for UK practitioners of DDP via CPLAAC (Clinical Psychologists working with looked after and adopted children), affiliated to the BPS (British Psychology Society).
Julie Hudson, Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist
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