What We Do

Our Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists and Occupational Therapists provide a wide range of bespoke services to meet the needs of your child. Whether you are looking for a once-off consultation, assessment or intervention, we can meet your specific requirements. If you are not sure what is needed, we recommend starting with a consultation with one of our Psychologists who will offer an opinion as to possible next steps (if any).

• Parent Consultations with a Psychologist

 To discuss and investigate any concerns you may have about your child (without your child present) and provide recommendations.

• Parent and Child Consultations with a Psychologist

During which we meet you and your child, provide an informal assessment (either play based for younger children or a child interview for older) and subsequently discuss concerns and provide recommendations.

Psychological Assessments for children and young people in the following areas:

Developmental delay/intellectual disabilities

Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties such as dyspraxia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Intellectual Giftedness

• Individualised Psychological Therapeutic Interventions for children who are presenting with a wide range of behavioural, social and emotional difficulties

• Multi-Disciplinary Assessments (Psychology, Occupational Therapy and/or Speech & Language) to investigate Autism Spectrum Disorder

Occupational Therapy Consultations, Assessments and Interventions for a range of developmental concerns, including:

        DCD (Developmental Coordination Disorder) also known as Dyspraxia 


        Sensory Processing

All of our Occupational Therapists are Senior clinicians. 

Speech & Language Therapy Consultations, Assessments and Interventions for a range of developmental concerns, including:

        Specific Language Impairment 

        Speech Delays and Disorders

        Voice and Fluency

All of our Speech & Language Therapists are Senior clinicians. 

• Parent Support for common childhood difficulties e.g. sleep, diet, behaviour and toilet training