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Beating the Bully: An Introduction to OCD for Young People
Dr Alice Farrington Principal Clinical Psychologist Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Chloe Chessell PhD Researcher, University of Reading
Dr Alice Farrington has been working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 2000. Alice is passionate about using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help children and young people with OCD, anxiety and depression. Alice has always been keen to help young people feel motivated, equipped and supported to overcome OCD and reclaim their lives. Alice has always been keen to support parents, and has developed and facilitated a number of workshops for parents of children in Berkshire CAMHS.
Chloe Chessell is a PhD researcher (University of Reading), post-doctoral researcher and psychological wellbeing practitioner (University of Oxford). Chloe’s research and clinical work involves supporting parents of preadolescent children with OCD using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approaches.
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