Supporting mission personnel and humanitarian workers worldwide
David grew up in Leicestershire, England, and did his first degree at St Anne's College, Oxford, after a gap year in the Middle East.
After completing a PhD at Keele University on children's peer relationships, he worked in a psychiatric rehabilitation team in London for a year before returning to Oxford to train for his doctorate in clinical psychology.
He qualified in 2001 and worked for four years in a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Oxfordshire, before leaving full-time work to help care for his disabled mother.
Since 2000, David has provided training, consultation, assessment, and therapy for missionaries and humanitarian workers worldwide, particularly in relation to issues affecting children and families. He has worked in over 20 countries. He worked for InterHealth Worldwide between 2007 and 2011 and has worked freelance since then.
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