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Ms Tracey Fuller

Post:Lecturer in Education (Education)
Other posts:Research student (Education)
Location:ESSEX HOUSE EH 149

Telephone numbers
UK:01273 877027
International:+44 1273 877027
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Dr Tracey Fuller is a Lecturer in Childhood and Youth in the Education Department and a UKCP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. She convenes the Health and Well Being Yr 2, Yr 3 Therapeutic Approaches (2019/20)  and Yr2 Research Methods in Childhood and Youth modules on BACY. She taught on the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling programme at the University of Cambridge between 2007-2015. She has many years of experience of working therapeutically with children including working for the NSPCC. She has contributed chapters to recent books on school counselling and on working therapeutically with young people in care as well co-writing modules for the national BACP/IAPT Healthy Young Minds E-Learning programme. Tracey's first career was as a Key Stage 2 teacher.  Her research interests include school counselling, relationships with CYP during safeguarding processes and young people's and professional's decision making.

Tracey's PhD research 'The Trust is the Work' exploring school counselor information sharing and safeguarding won the 2017 CPCAB/ BACP research award. A film about her research can be found at :-CPCAB Counselling Research Award 2017: winner (Links to an external site.)CPCAB Counselling Research Award 2017: winner



Lecturer, Childhood and Youth, Department of Education.




2019/20 PhD,  University of Sussex

2004 M.Ed in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling

         University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education

1999  Postgraduate Diploma Counselling and Guidance

         University of Cambridge Faculty of Education

1988  B. Ed (Hons) -Homerton College, University of Cambridge