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Judy Yellin

Judy Yellin trained at the Centre for Attachment-based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in London. She works from a relational perspective as a UKCP registered psychotherapist in private practice, and is also a member of the teaching staff on the CAPP psychotherapy training.

She is also a founder member of The Relational School, an organisation for the promotion and development of relational approaches to psychotherapy in the UK.

Prior to training as a psychotherapist Judy specialised as a solicitor in family law, housing law and public welfare law in relation to social services and child protection, acquiring nearly 20 years of legal experience both in private practice and as a manager of public sector legal teams in various London local authorities.

She has also provided training to psychotherapy and counselling organisations on the interface between psychotherapy, counselling and the law.


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Saturday 12 July 2008





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