Get Involved

We are keen for The Alumni Network to create links and relationships within and across international and professional boundaries.  Please register here to be a member of the Alumni Network (it is free!) and we will keep you informed about news from the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families and alumni-orientated activities.   If you have not registered, do so, and we will send out quarterly news sheets.   We will also contact you at other times if there is any other important news, announcements, or vacancies.

We are delighted to have Regional Ambassadors in place and hope others may take this role in over the years, and help promote our activities in order to benefit the next generation of students wishing to study at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families.   Please let us know if you are interested to represent a particular region of the world!

 We are also introducing a new feature of the Alumni Network which you will hear more about in the coming months.  We will also have Alumni Mentors in place on the website who will be contact points for a range of different professions including Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Clinical Psychology, Adult Psychotherapies, and Academic/PhD.  Again, we will be in touch with people to be these contact points for both prospective/current students as well as existing alumni.  We are holding a networking event in May to further this work.

Finally, and by no means least of all, we want to hear from you, whether this is news about a new course/job/position, publications you have been involved with, previewing or reviewing any conferences/presentations that you’ve been involved with, and personal news welcomed too!

Please stay involved as this is what will make the Alumni Network what it is!

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The Centre is taking action to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Our physical sites are now closed but we are still at work, with all staff working remotely. Find out more about our training and services and our support for children, young people, their families, and schools and colleges.  

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