All of our clinical tutors are practicing child psychotherapists, working across NHS, Independent sector and private practice, and collectively bring a wealth of clinical experience in a wide range of clinical settings and specialisms.
Kevin Booth: Director of Training
Kevin is an Infant Observation Tutor on the M7 Psychoanalytic Observation Studies Course. He is Head of Training for the Clinical Training in Child Psychotherapy in BTPP. He is a psychotherapist in a 0-25 mental health service. Kevin's professional interests include psychotherapy in Early Intervention settings, infant mental health, psychotherapy with survivors of CSA and trauma, in forensic contexts. He is interested in organisational and group dynamics.
Helen Randall: M7 Organising Tutor and Clinical Training Tutor
Helen Randall is the Organising Tutor for the M7 Psychoanalytic Observation Studies Course and is a tutor for the Infant Observation, Work Discussion and Psychoanalytic Theory modules. She also works a psychotherapist in a 0-25 mental health service. Her interests include infant mental health, multi-generational trauma and working with schools and communities. .
Philippa Boulter: M7 Tutor: Infant Observation, Young Child and WorkDiscussion
Philippa teaches infant observation, work discussion and young child on the M7 Psychoanalytic Observation Studies Course. She worked in CAMHS as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist for many years. She now works as an psychotherapist in private practice. Her interests include adolescents and young adults and children in the care system and adopted.
Maria Consta: M7 Tutor: Infant Observation and Young Child
Maria teaches infant observation and young child observation on the M7B psychoanalytic observation studies course. She is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and works on a specialist team commissioned by Children’s Services to support children 0-18 who are looked after, fostered, adopted or under a special guardianship order. She runs consultation clinics for social workers, CAMHS colleagues and foster carers and she supports professionals and children through adoption transitions. She is interested in the unconscious.
Rose Cull: Senior Tutor Clinical Training
Rose has a lead role in recruitment and first year induction on the Clinical Training as part of the Senior Team.
Having worked as a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist for many years, she also teaches and undertakes some Private Practice.
Interested and experienced in Infant and early years trauma, communication difficulties including Autism, Aspergers and ADHD. Attachment related difficulties including Adoption, Looked After Children and Kinship/ Special Guardianship placements.
Matthew Jenkins: M7 Tutor Psychoanalytic Theory, Visiting Tutor (Clinical Training), Strategic Development Lead
Matthew is a tutor for the Psychoanalytic Theory module on the M7 Psychoanalytic Observation Studies course. He is a visiting tutor for the Clinical Training. Matthew has wide ranging interests, including organisational dynamics, infant mental health, and mental health In schools, and the relationship between psychoanalysis and the arts and creativity. As a teacher he is also interested in the use of technology to support and enhance learning. Matthew works for an independent sector organisation delivering mental health in schools.
Catherine McFarlane: M7 Tutor: Infant Observation and work Discussion
Catherine is a tutor for the work discussion and infant observation modules on the M7 course. She is a child psychotherapist in a local CAMHS team. As well as working with child psychotherapy colleagues, and the wider multidisciplinary team, she is involved in supporting the training of child psychotherapy trainees in the clinic.
James Norris M7 Tutor: Child Development Research
James is a tutor for Child Development Research on the M7 Psychoanalytic Observation course. He works in a West Midlands CAMHS service as a child psychotherapist. He is professionally interested in perinatal mental health, adolescence and the unconscious in the macro-social context.
Margaret Randall: Senior Tutor Clinical Training
Margaret is a senior tutor for the Clinical Training in Child Psychotherapy at BTPP. She works as a psychotherapist in a local CAMHS service and as a psychotherapist in private practice. Her professional interests include organisational and group dynamics, working with adopted children and young people in the care system and their family and professional systems and the task of supervision.
Eva Shehu-Whitefield M7 Tutor: Infant Observation, Young Child Observation, and Child Development Research. Infant Mental Health Tutor
Eva is a tutor for Infant Observation, Young Child Observation, and Child Development Research on the M7 Psychoanalytical Observation course. Eva worked as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist in the NHS for 12 years and more recently has been working as a Child Psychotherapist in private practice. She works with children and young people from 0-25 years old and has a specialist interest in infant mental health and eating disorders from a psychoanalytical viewpoint.
Brian TruckleJemima Phorson
Training Committee (Clinical Training)
Ricky Emanuel (chair)
Jenny Kenrick (external assessor)