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Ms Tracey Fuller

Post:Teaching Fellow in Education (Education)
Other posts:Research student (Education)
Location:ESSEX HOUSE EH 149
Email:T.Fuller@sussex.ac.uk

Telephone numbers
Internal:7027
UK:01273 877027
International:+44 1273 877027
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Biography

Tracey is a Teaching Fellow in the School of Education and Social Work. She teaches on the BA in Childhood and Youth and convenes the Yr 2 Crititical Debates 2 and Yr 3 Health and Well Being modules.  

Tracey is an UKCP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. She  taught on the BACP accredited Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling Postgraduate Diploma and M.Ed. at The University of Cambridge Faculty of Education between 2007-2014.

Tracey has many years of experience of working therapeutically with children; including working with a ‘Looked after Children's’ Service, working with the NSPCC and working as a school counsellor in numerous primary and secondary schools. She has contributed chapters to recent books on school counselling and working therapeutically with young people in care as well co-writing modules for the BACP /IAPT Healthy Young Minds E-Learning programme. Tracey's first career was as a Key Stage 2 teacher where she worked in primary schools in London, Cambridge and Brighton.

She is currently completing a ESRC funded PHD in the School of Education and Social Work at Sussex University

The Trust is the Work: Exploring how secondary school counsellors maintain alliances with young people when sharing information because of safeguarding concerns. A Phronetic case study.

Supervisors:- Janet Boddy and Michelle LeFevre

Role

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Qualifications

2014 Currently studying for ESRC funded PHD Sussex University ESW

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