Rachel Pardoe: Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist
EarlyYES Director. Training Course Organiser and Lead Trainer
Rachel graduated from the University of Sussex in 1982 with a First Class BA Honours in Social Psychology. She worked as a Residential Social Worker in specialist schools before training as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic, London, qualifying in 1996. She is a Full Member of the Association of Child Psychotherapists.
Rachel worked within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) from 1991-2018. From 2018-2019, she set up the Parent-Infant service within the Specialist Community Perinatal Service in Bristol. She has extensive experience of working therapeutically with infants, children and adolescents, and their families. Rachel has particular expertise in working with the complexities of parent-infant relationships, attachment difficulties, the intergenerational impact of trauma, and the impact of neglect and abuse on the child.
Rachel qualified in Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in 2016, pioneering the use of VIG in Bristol CAMHS. She accredited as a VIG Supervisor in 2017, supervising practitioners working in CAMHS infant mental health. Rachel currently supervises clinicians working in a range of services, including NHS Trusts, local authority services, and the third sector. She offers VIG therapeutic work to families with infants and young children.
Since qualifying as a Child Psychotherapist, Rachel has supervised clinicians working in a variety of contexts both, within and outside the NHS. Rachel is Director of Early Years Emotional Security (EarlyYES) Limited, offering clinical supervision, consultation, and training in infant/children’s mental health to professionals in Health, Social Care, Early Years and schools.
Rachel taught for many years on the Tavistock Clinic/University of Essex postgraduate programme. She continues to teach on the University of Bath clinical psychology doctorate programme, and the International Training School for Infancy and Early Years (ITSIEY) – delivered by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and Yale University Child Study Centre.
Caroline Church: Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist
Training Course Co-trainer
Contact Rachel Pardoe about:
Video Interaction Guidance
A privacy law came into effect in the UK on 25 May 2018 which changed the rules on how organisations process personal data. EarlyYES Ltd is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
When EarlyYES Ltd provides services to you (eg training, supervision, therapeutic work), EarlyYES Ltd will make every effort to store personal information securely.
Your personal data (including your name, work organisation, contact details) will be held in both paper and electronic forms. This data will be deleted at the end of the period of work.
The information you provide will be kept confidentially and will not be shared unless this is explicitly agreed with you in advance. Clinical work carried out by Rachel Pardoe for EarlyYES Ltd may, from time to time, be discussed in the context of Rachel Pardoe’s own clinical supervision. This will be carried out anonymously, ie your name will not be mentioned, but your work role and organisation may be shared with the supervisor. Please be assured, that as the clinical supervisor is also bound by professional codes of conduct, your information will remain confidential.
Emails: it is important to be aware that information sent over the internet cannot be guaranteed to be secure, error-free or protected from access by third parties. Therefore, EarlyYES Ltd cannot guarantee the confidentiality or security of any information you send to us over the internet, or the confidentiality of the replies sent by EarlyYES Ltd. It is recommended therefore, that information relating to issues you consider confidential is communicated via post, on the phone, or in person.
Please be aware of the following limits to confidentiality:
- If EarlyYES Ltd becomes aware of information that causes concern about an individual’s safety, or about illegal activities, we have a professional obligation to breech confidentiality and inform partnership services.
- If you have been referred to the service by the Courts, the Court may require EarlyYES Ltd to share detailed assessment and treatment information. You will be asked to sign an EarlyYES consent form.
- In cases of unpaid fees, EarlyYES Ltd may provide debt collection agencies with your basic contact information and details of the amount owed.
Complaints: If you have any complaints about EarlyYES Ltd practice regarding your personal information, you can contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) helpline: 0303 123 1113.
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