Dr Ana Draper

Dr Ana Draper

Dr Ana Draper is a clinical lead and consultant systemic psychotherapist. She is a doctor in systemic psychotherapy, a clinical supervisor. She has worked in the field of childhood bereavement and palliative care, in asylum with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and adoption. Her research has been recognised at an international level and she has presented her clinical work with children in Ecuador, Malawi, Sierra Leone and Malaysia. Her work with Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children is an embodied approach to therapeutic practice which has gone on to be used nationally.

Consultant Systemic Psychotherapy & Outcomes Lead, NHS. Director, Improved Futures.
Tavistock and Portman NHS & Improved Futures

About this Speaker

Dr Ana Draper is a clinical lead and consultant systemic psychotherapist. She is a doctor in systemic psychotherapy, a clinical supervisor. She has worked in the field of childhood bereavement and palliative care, in asylum with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and adoption. Her research has been recognised at an international level and she has presented her clinical work with children in Ecuador, Malawi, Sierra Leone and Malaysia. Her work with Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children is an embodied approach to therapeutic practice which has gone on to be used nationally.

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