Juliet completed her first degree in Sport Science at Brighton Polytechnic. She then went on to become a physical education and english teacher and taught in West Sussex and Surrey schools. She subsequently returned to education, completing her postgraduate diploma in psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, and taught special needs children in Hampshire. Following this, Juliet completed her professional training at the Institute of Education, University of London in 1999. She then worked as an educational psychologist in West Sussex
Juliet completed her CPD Doctorate in Educational Psychology at UCL in 2008. She worked for five and a half years as a senior educational psychologist with West Sussex Youth Offending Service. She has presented at national and international conferences on restorative justice, youth crime prevention, and parenting and has a keen interest in youth crime prevention, including the prevention of violent and aggressive behaviour. She then became Parenting Commissioner for West Sussex. Most recently she has been the Think Family Commissioner for West Sussex but is now on sabbatical from that role and is currently working as a psychologist and director of Connect to Change Ltd.
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