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Octavia Wilkinson

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Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

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Octavia Wilkinson is an ACP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist who has been working with children and families with complex needs for 10 years. Octavia has been working in FAS for three years, assessing of the needs of children and the capacity of parents to meet these needs and providing an expert opinion on placement and treatment options. She also works as a Child Psychotherapist for New River College PRU in Islington (as part of Islington Community CAMHS), as a Story Stem Assessment Profile trainer and providing individual child psychotherapy at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, the British Psychotherapy Foundation Adult Psychotherapy training and on the MSc the Psychodynamics of Human Development at Birkbeck College/British Psychotherapy Foundation.

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