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Géraldine Dufour

Having worked for over 20 years in universities, Géraldine set up Therapeutic Consultation so she can work directly with universities and colleges across the sector on issues related to student mental health and wellbeing. Vice-Chair of the Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education Expert Group (MWBHE) at Advance HE, UK, Chair of the Academic Committee of China-UK University Counselling Association, Géraldine is the past Chair of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Universities & Colleges Division, and the national group for Heads of University Counselling Services (HUCS).
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Consultant, Therapeutic Consultation

Having worked for over 20 years in universities, Géraldine set up Therapeutic Consultation so she can work directly with universities and colleges across the sector on issues related to student mental health and wellbeing. Vice-Chair of the Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education Expert Group (MWBHE) at Advance HE, UK, Chair of the Academic Committee of China-UK University Counselling Association, Géraldine is the past Chair of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Universities & Colleges Division, and the national group for Heads of University Counselling Services (HUCS). In her recent role of Head of Counselling at the University of Cambridge, Géraldine oversaw the provision of psychological support for the collegiate university, leading a team of over 40 counsellors, CBT therapists, university sexual harassment and assault and mental health advisors. Visiting professor at Fudan university in Shanghai, Géraldine taught on counselling programs at Leicester and Birmingham Universities. Member of several national committees related to student mental health and wellbeing, she speaks at national conferences, as well as contribute to mental health research. You can view a further list of selected publications and talks on the research page of her website: https://www.geraldinedufour.com/researchwritingconference and on Google Scholar at https://tinyurl.com/wz9m7cnv