Psychology Careers Week is your chance to hear from those who work in different fields within Psychology. In this session, you will hear from Child Psychologist Samantha Littlemore, who is also an Arden University lecturer!
Taking place: Thursday 6th August, 13:30 - 14:00 BST
The session will cover:
- Information on what it's like working as a Child Psychologist
- Tips on how to become a Child Psychologist
- The impact that COVID-19 has had on the world from the perspective of Child Psychology
An Introduction to Samantha Littlemore:
I am a Child Psychologist who is both a practitioner and academic. As an academic, I have lectured at various universities and am an author. As a practitioner I have worked in clinical assessment and diagnosis of ASD. I then moved into behavioural support for children and young people, while also working in court as an intermediary for vulnerable defendants. I was an anti-bullying adviser, covering all schools in the East Midlands and have run private practices in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Harley Street, London. In addition I have worked as a last point intervention for children at risk of exclusion from school. I have also run qualitative research companies, working with leading children's charities, Local Authorities and Government departments. I began my studies toward becoming a Child Psychologist many years ago through distance learning before going on to complete my PhD while working alongside the children's charity, ChildLine.