Saul Hillman


Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families


Saul Hillman, PhD: Story Stem Assessment Profile (SSAP) Coordinator/Trainer.

Saul Hillman has been associated with the the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families for 15 years and during much of that time has been instrumental in developing the SSAP. Saul is involved in delivering the trainings to mental health practitioners. He also has overall coordination responsibilities for the development of the instrument, and coordinates all the accreditation and consultation for the course.

Saul also coordinates research projects and teaching on the MSc in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology (PDP) and has been involved in a number of different research projects including the longitudinal Attachment and Adoption research project which was a collaboration between the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, Coram Family and the Institute of Child Health.

Saul recently completed a PhD in the psychometric properties of the SSAP. His previous experience includes both research and evaluation consultancy for a number of different charities and organizations, and teaching research methods and statistics.

Saul’s research interests include attachment, maltreatment and adoption.
Saul also works clinically with adolescents and adults. He has his own private practice specializing in hypnotherapy.

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