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 wide range of approaches, styles and therapists so that 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 rooms in Winchcombe or Chippenham or at your home (where appropriate).
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.
Based in systemic family therapy, NVR is designed to address high levels of distress and aggression within the home, which can also be used in schools and with adults.
Dyadic Development Practice (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. (Therapeutic parenting)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, early childhood trauma, anxiety, depression, addictive behaviours and panic disorders.
Is a type of therapeutic treatment which involves doing outdoor activities in nature. Led by a trained therapist, it takes place in a green environment and is related to exploring and appreciating the natural world.
Attachment Narrative Therapy
This child & family approach is designed to heal the long-term effects of early childhood trauma. Practitioners incorporate caregiver narratives as a tool to help address and repair the unmet needs of the child or adolescent.
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.
Animal Assisted Therapy
Working with ‘social animals’ (such as horses) we can help individuals, young people and families to process feelings, behaviours.
Supervision and Reflective Practice for Individuals and Groups
We provide supervision to schools, organisations and individuals, to ensure best practice and and to support those who work with high levels of stress and distress.
Play Therapy uses a variety of play and creative arts techniques to alleviate psychological and emotional conditions in children that are causing behavioural problems and/or are preventing children from realising their potential.
Uses music to help people achieve therapeutic goals through the development of the music and the therapeutic relationship. It employs a variety of activities, such as listening to melodies, playing an instrument, drumming, writing songs, and guided imagery.
Trauma informed SHADES
This approach is a trauma informed safe handling and de-escalation programme which seeks to equip parents with the understanding and insight, relating to trauma induced behaviours, and develop skills to safely manage the physical and emotional well-being of their children.
Clinical Assessment Services
We work in partnership with Clinical Consultants to offer a range of assessment and diagnostic services including autism and sensory assessments.
Crisis Intervention for Families
We can help families in crisis to stabilise relationships and create the safety needed to access further opportunities for improving family lifes.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. It’s most commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, but can be useful for other mental and physical health problems.
Dramatherapy has as its main focus the intentional use of healing aspects of drama and theatre as the therapeutic process. It is a method of working and playing that uses action methods to facilitate creativity, imagination, learning, insight and growth.
Is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Expressing yourself artistically can help to resolve issues as well as develop and manage behaviours and feelings, reduce stress, and improve self-esteem and awareness.
Is a form of expressive therapy that uses the act of writing and processing the written word as therapy. Writing therapy posits that writing your feelings down can be supportive in healing emotional distress and trauma.
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.