Professor Judy Hutchings,FBPsS, OBE
Tel: 01248 383625
Judy Hutchings has worked in North Wales since 1973. Until her retirement from the NHS in 2010 she was an NHS Consultant Clinical Child Psychologist and since 1988 she also worked at Bangor University as a researcher where she is now Director of the Centre for Evidence Based Early Intervention (CEBEI). The Centre was established to build on her research work on early preventive work to support parents, children and teachers to help children to achieve the best possible outcomes. She has supervised many successful PhD students and continues to do so.
Judy has expertise in randomised controlled trial research design, has held grants totalling over £2 million, published extensively and worked with the Welsh Government providing training and consultation to services across Wales. She has provided evidence on effective early intervention to government departments in England and Wales and been an expert witness to NICE. She has lectured and taught internationally including in Finland, Denmark, Ireland, Australia, Poland, South Africa and Portugal.
In 1999 Judy was awarded Fellowship of the British Psychological Society, in 2004 she was the Welsh Government sponsored Welsh Woman Educator of the Year and in 2010 received the Institute for Welsh Affairs Inspire Wales Educator Award. The Centre for Evidence Based Early Intervention (CEBEI) was launched in 2011, building on her earlier work. In June 2011 she was awarded an OBE in the Queen's birthday honours list for services to children and families. She currently has research links with Southampton, Oxford and Cape Town Universities and is involved in developing parenting support in township communities in South Africa and in the Philippines and in supporting teachers in Lesotho.
Judy Hutchings staff page on the School of Psychology website.