Help for children

Our team is experienced at working with young people and families to help each member of the family feel secure and supported in their mental health.
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Who we help

Seeing your child or teen in difficulty can be challenging. We specialise in psychodynamic psychotherapy, a recognised and effective treatment tailored to suit individual needs. Our age-appropriate methods involve play and drawing for children, while teenagers may choose to talk about their feelings. When supporting infants, we work with parents to explore patterns of interaction.

Our team are very experienced at helping children and teenagers with a wide range of difficulties including but not limited to:

How we help

Every therapy experience we provide is unique, shaped to meet your child’s specific needs and creating a space to express thoughts and feelings freely. Our therapists may work one-on-one with your child or involve family members. We will provide you with support and guidance alongside your child’s therapy journey.

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Therapy groups for parents

Parents of adolescents: Parenthood can bring huge challenges and adolescence is a particularly testing time. If your teen is struggling with mental health it can add to the pressure.

This group is an opportunity to meet and work with other parents experiencing similar issues. The aim of the group is to support its members to feel better resourced and more robust. The next group starts in September and runs on Thursdays from 4pm – 5.30pm.  Read our flyer

Parents of neurodivergent children: A safe space to explore your experiences and emotions around parenting your neurodivergent children (<12 years, no diagnosis necessary).

This new group is an opportunity to meet and work with other parents/carers experiencing similar issues. It provides an environment where these joys and difficulties can be explored and understood. The next group starts in September and runs on Fridays from 1pm – 2.30pm for 10 weeks (break for half term). Read our flyer. 

Our approach to autistic identification and assessment values diversity and supports deeper self-knowledge. We do not pathologize autistic experience. Informed by psychotherapeutic expertise, our comprehensive process employs ‘gold standard’, NICE-recommended tools like ADI-R and ADOS-2 for a thorough assessment and report.

Our highly trained multi-disciplinary team have extensive experience, including therapeutic work with autistic young people and previous work in CAMHS.

We are currently updating our leaflet.  The current price of the assessment, including detailed report, is £2,620.  The current waiting list is 12 months.

Meet our team

Our clinicians have an exceptionally high level of training. Those who work with young people under 18 have specialised in child and adolescent development.
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