Judy Henry


Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families


Judy Henry is a UKCP registered Family Therapist who has been working with families and children for over 15 years. Until February 2014, she held the position of Senior Family Therapist at the Marlborough Family Service (CNWL NHS Foundation Trust) where, as well as generic therapeutic work, she case-managed parenting assessments which included giving evidence as an expert witness. Since March 2014, she has worked at Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families as part of the Court Services.

While in the NHS, Judy ran a weekly systemic therapy skills clinic, supervising non-family therapists (clinical psychologists, child psycho therapists and students in training). She has also taught systemic ideas on Families and Beyond, an introductory systemic course at the Tavistock Clinic, London and currently teaches the practice groups on Children and Young People’s IAPT Therapy postgraduate diploma at the Centre.

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