Juliette Barnes has over twenty years’ experience of direct work with children, young people and adults including those with disabilities and complex health care needs.
Following completion of her psychology degree, Juliette specialised in Child Psychology. She became Head of Service at White Lodge Centre and was responsible for numerous services including: residential short breaks, an extensive activities programme, family link scheme and domiciliary service, nursery education, therapeutic services and out of school activities.
In addition, Juliette became an advisor to a Local Safeguarding Board, with a particular focus on the impact of neglect on child development, both for disabled children and those who develop “typically”.
Creative and flexible, Juliette has been providing training for multi and interagency groups for over 12 years and for In-Trac over 9 years, She regularly delivers training on a variety of topics relating to Child Development, Safeguarding, (both adults and children) Direct Work and Disability.