IFT is on the move

As many people already know we are moving from our current premises during the week of 16 December.

We are working to establish a new home that is a really good fit for IFT and will enable us to develop our training and systemic practice. In the meantime we have ensured that all the courses can continue to be delivered, and with continuity of experience, with some help from our friends from the University of London where we will continue academic courses, and the Child and Family Practice, and Clinical Partners where family work will take place while we get settled. We will be sad to leave Stephenson Way, where so many people have had such a rich experience, and we are excited to look forward to a new phase, taking our learning and experience with us. IFT staff deserve particular thanks for working so hard on the practicalities of transfer, and also on making sure trainees are able to continue their quality experience in training as we move.

We will take our email addresses and phone numbers with us to temporary accommodation in Southampton Row, London WC1B 5HJ, where we will have temporary accommodation, but do bear with us if you find us out of contact for a couple of days.

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