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Roslyn Law

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Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

Overview

Dr Roslyn Law is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Chair of IPTUK, Honorary Senior Lecture at UCL, and National Lead for IPT in IAPT. Dr Law was the author of the IAPT Curricula for IPT practitioner and supervisor training and a member of the Expert Reference Group that developed the statement on IPT competencies. Dr Law has used IPT in a number of clinical and research settings, including primary care with anxiety and depression, and in specialist services for eating disorders, post traumatic stress and sexual health. Dr Law was director of the IPT training course in Edinburgh for ten years and has been director of the IPT training at the Anna Freud Centre for four years. Both courses are accredited by IPTUK. Dr Law has provided practitioner and supervisor training in IPT across the UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Dr Law is also a CAT practitioner and is trained in EMDR, Exposure therapy and CBT for trauma.

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