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Elizabeth Edginton

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    Biog.

    Elizabeth is a Research Tutor on the MSc in Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice at the Anna Freud Centre. She is also a Research Fellow at COMIC (Child Oriented Mental health Interventions Centre), and has a clinical post as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist in NHS CAMHS in Oxford Health.

    Elizabeth’s research interests are in children with complex conduct disorders and inter-generational attachment, and she is the Chief Investigator on TIGA-CUB (Trial on improving Inter-Generational Attachment for Children Undergoing Behaviour problems) – a multi-centre, pragmatic RCT for children aged 5-11 with treatment resistant conduct disorders, funded by the National Institute of Health Research ‘Research for Patient Benefit’ programme.

  • Projects

    TIGA-CUB (Trial on improving Inter-Generational Attachment for Children Undergoing Behaviour problems)

  • Selected Publications

    For a full list of publications, click here.