Beck Ferrari



Beck Ferrari is a child bereavement specialist and also a cognitive behavioural therapy practitioner and has worked with children, young people, families and education settings since 1996.

Beck worked as both a teacher and SENCO, and then spent five years heading up a child bereavement service for Kent County Council. Here she developed a range of bereavement resources and training across all age ranges.

Through her own independent bereavement practice Beck now works closely with pre-schools, schools and colleges in the South East of England, and offers direct therapeutic support to children and young people who need specialist support. Beck is a postgraduate course tutor at the Anna Freud Centre and also the Clinical Co-Lead for the UKTC’s recent work on traumatic bereavement. She also speaks at local and national events.  

Beck completed her MSc in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy at Anna Freud Centre/University College London, specialising in Trauma-Focused CBT. 

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