More often than not, your child will need psychological treatment. In some instances, this is combined with medication to achieve even better outcomes. We provide an array of different psychological therapies in the short and long term. These include a variety of family therapies, various versions of cognitive behavioural therapy and skills building, analytical psychotherapy, trauma-focused work, art and play therapy. You'll find on this web site a wealth of up-to-date information on evidence-based effective therapeutic interventions. 
family support

An essential part of our care plans is family empowerment. We achieve this by providing skill building sessions to parents and carers to help them  sustain gains their child has made in therapy and to help translate these new skills into the home and social environment

medical
therapies
Keeping you informed of the most up-to-date mental health and well-being information on treatment interventions for children and young people as new evidence emerges

Independent assessments

expert reports and opinion 

providing quality mental health

information and care.

Medical Education Research

MHA (1983) Section 12 work

 Bespoke safeguarding training and consultancy

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Every child's first visit to us starts with a comprehensive mental health assessment by a senior doctor. We take the time to evaluate your child's unique strengths and difficulties to inform a personalised, comprehensive and robust formulation and treatment plan complete with agreed goals and outcomes