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Dr Julia Jude

Julia has over 26 years of working within a multi-disciplinary context: children and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), education and children’s services. Her diverse roles as principal systemic therapist, academic tutor, consultant, supervisor, doctoral supervisor and researcher have enabled her to support staff and students at many levels in their work with children and their families.

Research interests

Connecting indigenous, ideas, practice and research to find ways of pushing forward indigenous methodologies, and discourse in social work and systemic practice.

Selected publications

Publications – Peer Reviewed

Jude, J. (2017) Reflective practice and reflexivity in social work practice and education. Journal of Social Work. Practice

Jude, J. Rivera, V. with G, Flores (2016) Using group-work to enhance parental presence and emotional availability. Group work Journal

Jude, J., Taylor, M., Mortensen, A. and G, Simon. (2016) International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, 17 -20 May 2016, University of Illinois. Champaign, USA:

132 Jude, J. (2015) Seselelame – feelings in the body. Journal of family therapy

Jude, J. (2015) Engaging feelings in the body in systemic family therapyideas. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 2015 doi: 10.1002/anzf.1102

Jude, J. (2014) Reflective Team Approach. The Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning

Jude, J. & Rospierska,D. (2014) Embedding an integrative systemic way of working within Children’s Services. : Practice

Jude, J. & Rivera, V. (2013) Fathers and non-violent resistance. Context 132 Jude, J. & Regan, S. (2010) Reflective practice. Children’s Workforce Development Council – Research

Huw, B & Jude, J. (2009) What happen when systemic practice is transferred from clinical settings to family’s homes. Children’s Workforce Development Council – Research

Teaching

Julia has over 12 years’ experience teaching and supervising in systemic practice at the Institute for Family Therapy, Kings College London and Prudence Skinner; and experience of teaching groupwork and NVR training and practice.

Location: London

Frontline,
1 Rosebery Avenue,
London,
EC1R 4SR

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