Advice and guidance through workshops and groups
Signposting to more appropriate support
One to One interventions, tailored to the needs of the child
We offer a variety of evidence-based therapies for young people and families.
Evidence-based therapy means it is recommended by the NICE guidelines
(National Institute for Health and Care Excellence).
The type of therapy offered depends on the age, presenting problems and needs of the young person or child.
We can support children and young people with difficulties such as:
Anxiety, low mood, emotional regulation and behavioural difficulties, phobias, panic, separation difficulties, trauma, relationship problems at home and at school, bullying, exam stress and transitions both within education or, to adult services (over 18 years), bereavement and loss, low self-esteem, low mood, family conflict, sexuality difficulties, gender concerns, identity issues and family difficulties.
We can help young people where adjustments have been needed such as the Covid pandemic and other adverse childhood experiences.
We also support children and young people who have social communication difficulties and those with learning disabilities with or without diagnosis.
Our staff build on their qualifications and expertise through continuous professional development and clear practice supervision processes to offer the highest quality of service to children, young people, and their families; to meet their needs.
Our practitioners may use principles of CBT and Interpersonal Therapy in our shorter term 1:1 model.
With families, our practitioners aim to support relationships and work to engage family members in understanding and exploring ways forward that work for them.