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Brittany Bernard

Brittany is one of two curriculum leads for social work on the Frontline Programme. Brittany is a qualified social worker and has experience working in statutory child protection services. Prior to joining the Frontline Curriculum team, Brittany was working as a senior domestic abuse pathfinder on Newham children services’ domestic abuse innovation programme ‘NewDAy’.

Before training as a social worker, Brittany worked in community-based youth services and child and youth mental health in Canada.

Research interests

Social justice and anti-oppressive social work practice, best practices for supporting LGBTQ youth and families involved in social care, best practices for working with young parents involved in social care and care proceedings.

Conference Presentations

‘Making social care safer and more inclusive for LGBTQ youth and families’ at Frontline Fellowship Annual Event 2018 (with Charlie Craggs)

Qualifications

Masters Degree in Science in Social Work (Systemic Practice)

PGDip Social Work

Bachelor’s Degree in Child and Youth Care (University of Victoria, Canada)

Location: London

Frontline
Coram Campus
41 Brunswick Square
London
WC1N 1AZ