our associates

Each of our associates has years of excellence in practice, using the theory and research that underpins our training and consultancy to inform their own work.

They come from a variety of backgrounds: foster care, early years, teaching, therapy, social work, psychology, health and justice. Many of them have moved between disciplines, as their interests have taken them in different directions. What they all offer is a wealth of practical experience, both in direct work with vulnerable people, and in sharing their knowledge and wisdom with others.

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Interested in becoming an associate?

If you have a commitment to sharing transformative knowledge with those who work with children and families, and experience of training or consultancy as well as direct work, then becoming an associate with KCA may appeal.

For more information or to express your interest, please contact us. We will then review your CV, discuss your experience and explore the potential for working together.

Caroline Macrory

Photo - Caroline Macrory Caroline is a psychologist and therapist based in London. She has worked as a psychologist in a range of areas including clinical work, group and individual counselling, family mediation, developing and delivering training, client assessment and intervention, developing and implementing support plans and critical incident debriefing. Caroline has extensive experience supporting young people and adults in a therapeutic context, in a range of settings including residential and foster care, mental health, substance misuse and disability. She is an experienced trainer in a range of topics including neuroscience, brain development and complex trauma. Caroline is also qualified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, an approach to working with traumatised children, having been trained directly by Bruce Perry and the Child Trauma Academy. Caroline is a co-founder of an online therapy service, Written Word Therapy and regularly lectures counseling students at Greenwich University. Currently Caroline works for Barnardos, providing therapeutic, practical and educational support for women at risk of domestic abuse, and delivering training to other professionals.