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Find A Supervisor - Dr Annie Huntington

 
Personal Details
Dr Annie Huntington
 
Full Name:Dr Annie Huntington
Gender:Female
 
Psychotherapist:Yes
Sociodramatist:No
Supervisor:Yes
BPA Accredited Trainer:Yes

Location Details
Town:Lancaster
County:Lancashire
Country:United Kingdom

Contact Details
Telephone 1:01524 843245
Telephone 2:-
Fax:-
E-Mail:annieuk5@gmail.com
Website:-

Services & Practice

I am a qualified and experienced psychodrama psychotherapist (1999) trainer (2011), UKCP and BPA listed supervisor (2010) and social worker (1989). I am currently employed (part time) in an addiction therapeutic community working with people in early recovery from their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. I routinely supervise counselling students and volunteers and act as Practice Educator for social work students as part of my work in the therapeutic community. I am the external examiner for Cork Counselling School (2016 onwards) and have a small private practice. 

I offer face to face and/or sykpe supervision along with 1;1 therapy in Lancaster. 

 


Areas of Special Interest

I have worked with a wide range of people experiencing diverse life challenges including those who have experieinced trauma. My most recent practice is working with people in recovery from their addiction/s along with supervision of counsellors, therapists and social work students. 

 


Qualifications & Experience

I have worked for over 35 years in health, social care and education providing services for people facing a range of life challenges and/or supporting learners to realise their potential and achieve their goals. 

  • Certificate in Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy (2018)
  • Certificate of Completion Somatic Trauma Therapy (2017)
  • Diploma Psychodama Psychotherapist (1999)
  • BA (Hons) Social Work (includes Certificate of Qualification in Social Work) (1989)
  • MSc Social Research Methods (1995) 
  • PhD Social Work (1999) 
  • Certificate in Supervision (2010)
  • PG Diploma Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (2002)
  • Certificate of Education (1993)

 


Publications

Publications Include:

  • Sudbery, J.; Shardlow, S. and Huntington, A. (2010) To have and to hold: Questions abouit a Therapeutic Service for Children. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (5), 1534-1552.
  • Huntington, A. (2004) Interactive Teaching and Learning: exploring and reflecting on our practices. In Enhancing Teaching in Higher Education: New Approaches to Improving Student Learning (eds. P Hartley, A Woods and M Pill). ILT/Kogan Page, London.
  • Huntington, A. and Sapey, B. (2002) Real Records, Virtual Clients. In: Caring Professions and New Information Technologies. (eds. Elizabeth Harlow and Stephen Webb). Jessica Kingsley, London. 
  • Bannister, A. and Huntington, A. (eds.) (2002) Communicating with Children and Adolescents: Action for Change. Jessica Kingsley, London. 
  • Huntington, A. (2002) Resisting Change: What Stops Us Acting For Children and Adolescents. In: Communicating with Children and Adolescents: Action for Change. (eds. A Bannister and A Huntington). Jessica Kingsley, London. 
  • Harris & Huntington, A. (2001) Emotions as analytic tools: qualitative research, feelings and psychotherapeutic insight. In: The Emotional Nature of Qualitative Research (ed. K Gilbert). CRC Press, Florida.
  • Huntington, A. (2000) Children and families social work – visions of the future. In: Reclaiming Social Work: The Southport Papers. Volume Two. (eds. J Harris, L Froggett and I Paylor). Venture Press, Birmingham.
  • Huntington, A. (2000) Social Work With Children and Their Families: Professional Dilemmas. UAE Social Work Monographs, East Anglia.

 

 

 
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