We work with children, young people, adults and families and fundamentally believe that there is no one therapeutic approach that fits everyone’s needs. That is why we provide a range of approaches, styles and therapists so that an individuals needs can be directly matched to the best therapy for them.
We offer therapy both on-line and in person, either at our therapy room in St. Helier, at your home (where appropriate) or even in the great outdoors.
Bringing the best of a range of therapies together, creating an approach tailored to an individual’s needs and designed to help them reach their potential.
Integrative Psychotherapy for children and young people, individuals and couples. “Integrative counselling draws on techniques from different types of therapy to tailor an approach specifically for you”. https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-therapy/types-of-therapy/integrative-counselling/
Non-Violent Resistance NVR for parents and carers.
NVR is an approach that draws inspiration from those who have sought to bring about changes in society in a non-violent manner. Famous examples include Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks. http://oxleas.nhs.uk/advice-and-guidance/children-and-young-peoples-services/nvr/
Clinical Assessment Services
We work in partnership with Clinical Consultants to offer a range of assessment and diagnostic services including autism and sensory assessments.
The mentoring programme is a twelve-week intervention where a young person creates a secure alliance with a safe and skilled adult. Through this, they can explore and address current challenges in their life. Each young person will have unique challenges, however the overarching aim of the programme is to increase self-esteem and resilience and to create a positive experience of working with a safe adult. Assessment, planning and monitoring tools are used throughout the programme to measure progress.
Psychoeducation for parents and carers. Psychoeducation involves learning about and understanding mental health and wellbeing. It’s similar to physical education, where you learn about how your body works, how to look after it and the impacts of different strains or stressors – but instead you apply this to the mind.
Therapeutic Parenting Interventions such as Dyadic Development Practice DDP “as a treatment for families with adopted or fostered children who had experienced neglect and abuse in their birth families and suffered from significant developmental trauma”. https://ddpnetwork.org/about-ddp/
DDP is an attachment focused approach to help parents heal the effects of early trauma. At the heart of a DDP approach is pACE, a therapeutic parenting model focusing on playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy.
For families, couples and any group of people who care about each other, we can help you explore difficult thoughts and emotions safely and constructively.
Systemic Psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. “Systemic therapy focuses on relationships between a group of people, rather than solely on an individual’s thoughts and feelings”. https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-therapy/types-of-therapy/systemic-therapy/
Did you know?
We also offer a wide range of qualifications in therapeutic skills and practice for non clinical professionals.
How can we help you?
Get in touch with our therapy team and let’s talk.