Anna Wyatt

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Anna is a research assistant working at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, KCL. Anna has a MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (conversion) from University of Edinburgh and has a BFA in Fine Art from the University of Oxford. Anna qualified as a Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner in 2022, attaining PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions (CAMHS). Anna is interested in child and adolescent mental health, particularly in the prevention and early intervention of common mental health conditions. Other research areas of interest include neurodiversity and trauma. Anna is also interested in school-based interventions.


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Previously institutionalised adoptees’ continued support needs in young adulthood: new perspectives on becoming a parent

Side view close up head shot happy little adopted kid girl put head on mothers shoulder, feeling love and support. Small cute daughter hugging embracing cuddling young smiling mother at new home.

Melanie Palmer and Anna Wyatt report on two qualitative studies with English and Romania Adoptees (ERA) families exploring different support needs of young adult adoptees from adulthood to parenthood.

Today’s blog features an accompanying podcast featuring Mark Kennedy, Sarah Johal and Matt Woolgar discussing these latest findings from the ERA study.

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