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All ACP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists have undertaken a minimum of six years' training, of which four years is in psychoanalytic practice in the NHS. They often go on to work in multi-disciplinary Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). They are experienced in working with and treating young people and families with a range of complex difficulties.
Their training equips them to work with children and adolescents from 0-25, as well as to offer parent-infant and parent-child interventions. Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists also provide supervision and consultation to other psychotherapists and all professionals working with young people and their families.
Registered members listed here, are those who are eligible and available to work in private practice. Please note this is not a full list of members. To view the full register of members, Click here: http://www.childpsychotherapy.org.uk/member-register
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|Member No||Member Name||Type of Member|
|4100||Mrs. Loren Krish||Full Member|
|4335||Mrs. Harriet Lane||Full Member|
|3984||Dr. Anthony Lee||Full Member|
|3909||Mrs. Heather Lee-Messner||Full Member|
|3966||Ms. Gabrielle Lees||Full Member|
|4358||Fanny Elisa Lena||Full Member|
|3985||Mrs. Sheila Levi||Full Member|
|3980||Catherine Lewis||Full Member|
|4135||Yemi Lipede||Full Member|
|4127||Ben Lloyd||Full Member|