In addition to their clinical and professional roles, Our Leadership team at The London Family Court Clinic oversees the strategic elements of our work including building relationships with stakeholders, business development initiatives, managing financial resources and delivering on the priorities set by the Board of Directors.
Like everyone who works here, the members of our leadership team are professional, approachable, and exemplify LFCC’s principles.
Tuhin Jajal is the Executive Director of the London Family Court Clinic.
Dr. Harris is a registered clinical and forensic psychologist and is the Assistant Executive Director of the London Family Court Clinic
Dr. Radford is a registered clinical psychologist and the Director of Clinical Intervention Services, Youth Therapeutic Court, and the Multidisciplinary Clinical Supports Program at the London Family Court Clinic.
Elizabeth is Director of Operations, and the Office Manager at the London Family Court Clinic.
Booker T. Washington
Caring Communities…..Resilient Children & Families…..Beyond the Justice System
No one organization can solve all the challenges of children and families. The broader solution rests in developing caring communities that work together to support and inspire one another in their life’s journey. Caring communities are inclusive, safe, engaged and want the best for each of their members.
The work of LFCC focuses on helping children and families to be resilient in overcoming their challenges, to gain strength to move towards a brighter future. Resilience allows all people to achieve, to overcome barriers, to “bounce back”, and to be the best that they can be.
LFCC works to help children and families connected to the justice system move through their experience to realize a better outcome once beyond that system. LFCC also helps children and families at risk of being connected to the justice system.
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As of June 14th, visitors to LFCC are no longer required to wear a mask while inside our offices. Some staff and visitors may choose to continue to exercise caution—we ask that all visitors respect any person's decision to wear a mask.
Screening is no longer required to enter our space; but we ask that you refrain from visiting if you are not feeling well and are displaying any symptoms of or have been in contact with any person who has recently had or displayed symptoms of COVID-19.
Please continue to sanitize your hands upon entry.