As well as delivering the best possible education and care, we also provide clinical and wellbeing services for the children and young people we support.
Our clinical team works with education and care teams across our schools and residential homes, to get to the heart of the needs of each individual in line with the recommendations set out in their personal Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP).
Our aim is always to reduce any potential barriers an individual may face and enable them to learn, grow, achieve and flourish, whatever that means for them.
Our clinical team includes:
• Educational, Clinical and Forensic Psychologists
• Psychotherapists (trained in a variety of specialisms including play and art psychotherapy)
• Speech and Language Therapists
• Occupational Therapists
• Assistant Psychologists and Therapies Assistants
The team start with an assessment, helping us understand the child, young person or adult’s current situation and the type of support they might need as they join our services.
We will then make recommendations and explain the choices that may lie ahead. Further assessments may follow once the individual transitions into our services, potentially including physical health assessments, to ensure they are receiving the best possible support.