School of Community Health and Midwifery
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Dr Annie Huntington has been employed as a social worker, healthcare worker and educationalist in a diverse range of settings over the past 35 years. She is currently employed (part time) as a psychotherapist in a residential community (LHTC) for people in recovery from their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol and as a Lecturer (1 day per week) as a Lecturer in Counselling. She took a career break (2011-2014) and went to live in Aotearoa New Zealand to care for her mother who had dementia. Whilst there she worked (part time) at Otago Polytechnic. Prior to this she worked at UCLan and UCLan/ LHTC (2003 -2011) as well as the University of Salford (1999-2003). She has previously been involved in research and writing for publication (see below).
Sudbery, J.; Shardlow, S. And Huntington, A. (2010) To Have and to Hold: Questions about a Therapeutic Service for Children. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (5), 1534-1552.
Huntington, A. (2004) Interactive Teaching and Learning: exploring and reflecting on our practices. In Enhancing Teaching in Higher Education: New Approaches to Improving Student Learning (eds. P Hartley, A Woods and M Pill). ILT/Kogan Page, London.
Huntington, A. and Sapey, B. (2002) Real Records, Virtual Clients. In: Caring Professions and New Information Technologies. (eds. Elizabeth Harlow and Stephen Webb). Jessica Kingsley, London.
Bannister, A. and Huntington, A. (eds.) (2002) Communicating with Children and Adolescents: Action for Change. Jessica Kingsley, London.