Psychological Support for Families, Children and Adults

Services For Professionals

Group and individual psychological consultation. This can be offered to psychologists and non-psychologists such as social care practitioners and school professionals. This enables the development of reflective thinking to help professionals explore and understand the challenges of working with children and young people with complex emotional and behavioural needs. To offer an opportunity to discuss psychological formulations of cases held and discuss potential psychological strategies/interventions which might help support the well-being of the child/young person and the maintenance of their family placement. Sessions are usually 90 minutes in length and can be offered on a one-off basis or on a more regular arrangement.

Support with matching of placements. Psychological consultation around matching child/young person’s profiles and those of identified Carers/Adoptive Parents. Sessions are usually 90 minutes in length.

Group training. Bespoke training days, talks and workshops.

Reflective Practice Groups enabling professionals to explore their complex work from a psychological perspective. Groups are facilitated by Chartered Psychologist & Specialist Psychological Assistant.

Attendance to meetings enabling a psychological perspective to be contributed in case discussion and planning.

Report Writing for any additional requested assessments, progress reports, review meetings or panel meetings