Associate Professor in Child Mental Health, Division of Psychology & Language Sciences, UCL

Head of Postgraduate Studies, Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

Acting Co-director - UK Trauma Council

Teaching Experience

In Dr Hiller’s role as Head of Postgraduate Studies, she oversees the UCL child and adolescent mental health programmes that are run in partnership with the Anna Freud Centre.

Research Experience

Dr Hiller’s research is in the field of complex child trauma and mental health spanning three areas: (i) the identification of key psychological and social processes linking trauma exposure the mental health and wellbeing; (ii) the development and testing of scalable mental health intervention for trauma-exposed young people; and (iii) the implementation of existing best-evidenced practice within and across social care and mental health services. Much of Dr Hiller’s research is focused on improving the identification and support of the mental health needs of care-experienced young people.


For a full list of Dr Hiller’s publications please see:

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