The Outreach Therapy Service is comprised of a team of qualified psychotherapists who deliver child and family focused therapeutic interventions and programmes in schools. The aim is to help children who are presenting with emotional, behavioural and relationship difficulties at school and who are not able to successfully access learning because of their personal problems. The interventions are specifically designed in collaboration with key school staff and can be with an individual child, family or multi family groups.
The service provides highly accessible, evidence-based therapeutic help for children and families, tailored to suit individual circumstances and needs. All practice is designed to support children in building on their strengths to develop their resilience so that they can achieve their own academic and personal goals in life. The therapists are also able to deliver bespoke training sessions for school staff groups in many areas of emotional and psychological well-being relevant to children’s difficulties with functioning at school.
The psychotherapists are able to provide consultation and resilience-building programmes for individual staff members or staff groups in situations where the challenges provided by children presenting with complex difficulties are resulting