Dr Teresa Segura



Dr Segura trained in Clinical Psychology, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents and Family and Couple’s Therapy in Canada. She has practiced internationally and in diverse clinical settings, including paediatric specialized services and with populations affected by early adversity in childhood. She has substantial experience working in the public health sector (such as the NHS in England), humanitarian sector and private practice. Dr Segura has also been involved in providing training, reflective practice groups, consultation and supervision to trainees, professionals and teams. Dr Segura currently holds the position of Lead Therapist and Trainer at the Early Years and Prevention Department at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, where she also lectures in Early Child Development and Clinical Applications in the joint postgraduate programme with University College London (UCL). Her areas of interests are in the field of trauma, functional somatic disorders and the interrelations between mind and body.

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