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All members of the teaching faculty have met the criteria for executive and/or associate membership of the Institute of Narrative Therapy and are experienced practitioners, supervisors and teachers.

Amanda Redstone has 25 years experience working with couples, families and individuals. She  worked as a counsellor and family therapist in Primary care in Devon for 18 years. She has private practice in London and offers supervision in London and internationally.
Hugh Fox has worked with children and families for over 40 years and has been involved with Narrative Therapy for over 20 years. He was a social worker before qualifying as a family therapist in the early 90s and moving to work for CAMHS.   He is a UKCP registered family therapist and an AFT registered supervisor.  He offers supervision based in Matlock, Derbyshire as well as by Skype or phone.
Mark Hayward has worked as a family therapist for 25 years, was trained by Michael White and now teaches around the world. He has always worked with children and families, latterly also in the field of drugs and alcohol. Recent teaching assignments have taken him to Brazil, Russia, China, Australia and Singapore as well as many European countries and around the UK. He has published papers in journals in US, UK and Australia. A current project is revisiting Michael Whites early papers to draw out new practice ideas. He is registered as a UKCP Psychotherapist and an AFT Family Therapy Supervisor.
Ben Shannahan is a UKCP registered family therapist who has worked with children and young people, individual adults, couples, parents and families in various contexts over the past 14 years. He has years of experience working in independent practice and CAMHS in London where he currently works consulting with young people and their families facing a broad range of emotional and mental health struggles. Ben is also a passionate musician and has an interest in using music as a medium to connect with young people and their families.
Gillian Hughes is dual trained as a Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist and currently leads the South Camden CAMHS Service at the Tavistock Centre in London. She has worked in the NHS for 24 years, in inner city boroughs, as a clinician and trainer in systemic and narrative practices, with a special interest in liberation and community psychology approaches. She has recently co-edited a book, Afuape, T, & Hughes, G. (2016) 'Liberation Approaches: Towards Emotional Wellbeing Through Dialogue'. She is a UKCP registered family therapist and an AFT registered supervisor.
Rob Whittaker works as a Consultant Clinical Health Psychologist in Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He works mainly with people living with diabetes and HIV, though has many years' experience working in inpatient and outpatient settings in a range of physical health specialties. He also works for the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust in the Gender Identity Development Service with gender diverse young people and their families.
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