Eloise Stevens


Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families


Eloise is a Child Therapist and Clinical Researcher, specialising in the adaptation, implementation, delivery and co-ordination of evidence-based parenting programmes with different populations. She has worked on a number of studies testing the effectiveness of VIPP (Video-feedback Intervention to promote Positive Parenting and Sensitive Discipline), an early intervention parenting programme, with children with behavioural difficulties, foster carers, parents with personality disorder and primary school teachers at Imperial College, UCL, University of Cambridge and in the NHS.

In the Early Years Programme, Eloise is leading on the development and delivery of a new service called Mind the Dad, for fathers experiencing mental health difficulties in the perinatal period.


O’Farrelly C, Watt H, Babalis D, et al. A Brief Home-Based Parenting Intervention to Reduce Behavior Problems in Young ChildrenA Pragmatic Randomized Clinical TrialJAMA Pediatr. Published online March 15, 2021. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2020.6834

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