To gain reliability as a CAPA coder people are required to pass a reliability test and reach at least 75% agreement with a set of codings agreed by the trainers. Reliability is currently given for 3 years and renewal is dependent on the coder maintaining practice, training and periodic supervision of their work.
At March 1st 2021 twenty three people were reliable in this system. Those listed below are available to code story stems for use in professional practice. Any enquiries should be made to them.
Laura is currently completing her research for a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh, and with an interest in the links between attachment, empathy, and human-animal interaction. Email: email@example.com
Emma is a Specialist Occupational Therapist, and a part of the Sensory Attachment Intervention training and education team.
Nick is a Specialist Occupational Therapist, and a part of the Sensory Attachment Intervention training and education team.
Joanna McCoulough: MSc Attachment Studies, CAPA level II, Meaning of the Child (MotC) & CARE-index level III. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Davis, Specialist Occupational Therapist with an MSc in Attachment and Trauma and Managing Director of Future Steps Occupational Therapy. Email email@example.com or visit our website atwww.futurestepsot.co.uk to understand more around the specialist services we offer children and their families.
Dr Zoe Webb is a clinical psychologist who works therapeutically with young people and their families, using attachment & trauma informed assessments and interventions. You can contact Zoe by emailing Zoe.firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting www.synchronypsychology.co.uk
Sue co-runs Ragdoll Training and Therapeutic Services offering developmental trauma and attachment assessments and therapeutic interventions for children and families. She can be contacted by emailing email@example.com or visiting http://www.ragdolltrainingandtherapeuticservices.co.uk/
Layla completed the MSc in Attachment Studies, and is currently a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at a London University. Layla has previously worked in a local authority adoption service, a community partnership of schools, and a child psychology service at Great Ormond St. Hosptial.
Amanda Barrass MSc Play Therapy, CAPA Level II
Amanda is a BAPT registered Play and Filial Therapist who has extensive experience working with adopted families and children in care: she is an approved therapist with Cornwall Council, Adopt South West and Adoption West. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Mooney MA Play Therapy BACP Level 4 Counselling:
Elizabeth is a BAPT registered Play and Filial Therapist. She is an approved therapist for North Yorkshire County Council and runs a counselling service in a Leeds Secondary School.
Aisling de Brit
Aisling is an educational psychologist based in Dublin. She is completing research exploring attachment, autism and middle childhood as part of a doctorate in Educational Psychology with University College Dublin. She is a reliable coder for the CAPA and the MotC.
Sandra is a BAPT registered Play & Filial Therapist & Clinical Supervisor. She is on the Approved Provider’s List for Therapeutic Services. The majority of Sandra’s work is with Adoption / Special Guardianship and Local Authority Services. Sandra runs her own therapy business and is a joint director of eQuiPT Therapeutic Services LTD and eQuiPT Community Interest Company.
Jo (BSc. Psych, H.Dip, MSW) is a CORU, IASW registered Social Worker and Consulting Social Worker based in Mayo. Jo has worked with children and families for over 12 years in child protection, fostering and medical settings. Jo is currently completing her MSc in Attachment Theory, Research and Practice at the University of Roehampton.