Welcome to the Child Therapy Service, a proud not-for-profit social enterprise COMMITTED to enhancing the emotional well-being of EVERY child.

We offer universal, targeted, and specialised interventions to support the emotional needs of the whole child.

  • Our RESOURCES are rooted in neuroscience
  • Our TRAINING is neurodivergent affirming, research-backed, and trauma-informed.
  • Our SUPPORT programmes, offer something for the child, family, and professional.

This isn’t just any approach – this is a solution!






We create evidenced-based digital resources to support a child’s social and emotional well-being.  Our bespoke, creative designs are inclusive and offer a visual aid for emotional health.

They benefit children in a number of ways, including:

  • Non-Verbal Communication:  Offering an alternative way for children express emotions without relying on words.
  • Simplicity and Clarity: Our visual cues simplify complex feelings into understandable images, aiding in identification and sharing.
  • Universal Understanding:  Our visual aids transcend language barriers, making them suitable for diverse backgrounds and limited language skills.
  • Reduced Anxiety:  Our resources provide a safe and pressure-free method for children to communicate emotions.
  • Concrete Representation: Our resources make abstract emotions concrete, empowering children to express and articulate their feelings.
  • Engagement and Interest:  We offer printable and interactive digital tools to captivate children’s attention
  • Data Tracking:  Some of our resources allow tracking progress in emotional development, aiding parents, teachers, and therapists.


We provide emotional health live and on-demand training aimed at families and professionals.

Our focus is always on social, emotional, and mental health provision within education, due to the increase children assigned this profile and the waiting list for support.

They benefit attendees in a number of ways, including:

  • Early Intervention:  Our training equips caregivers, educators, and professionals with the skills to recognise signs of emotional distress early on, enabling timely intervention and support.
  • Positive Learning Environments: Emotionally aware educators foster safe and nurturing classrooms, enhancing children’s learning experiences and overall wellbeing.
  • Behavioural Insights: Understanding emotions aids in comprehending behavioural patterns, allowing adults to address underlying emotional causes rather than just surface-level behaviours.


We offer a range of emotional well-being support services aimed at children, families, professionals, and schools.

Our support services include:

  • Monthly Coffee Mornings: A peer support group for families of children with a PDA profile
  • Well-being Workshops: Supporting families and professionals at risk of burn-out, due to supporting emotionally dysregulated children.
  • Outreach Services: Collaborating with families, healthcare providers, and educators to develop and implement effective strategies for children unable to access full-time education
  • Coaching:  We offer alternative to traditional CBT and Talk-based therapies for children that need another way


We wanted to offer families, professionals, and schools a cost effective way of accessing our provision.

As such, we provide a Membership Package:

The Members’ Area is filled with EVERYTHING needed to support the whole child, addressing:

  • Attachment
  • Sensory
  • Emotional
  • Social Connection
  • Self-Esteem


Only when we measure impact – can we make the necessary improvements for sustainable change towards our mission.  We achieve this through feedback on our resources, training, and support services.

This strategy sits at the heart of our work, and underpins everything we do. We measure ourselves against the following outcomes, which are linked to our core aims and mission statement:

  • To promote emotional health and positive attitudes to mental health;
  • To improve the emotional health of children, young people, families, and the professionals who are involved with them;
  • To support the emotional health of children, young people, families, and the professionals who are involved with them;
  • To provide information, training, and resources to improve emotional health;
  • To provide a toolkit of emotional health – resources, training, and support services that can be accessible to children, families, professionals, and schools; and
  • To establish collaboration with individuals, and health-care and education professionals, groups, and organisations that have the same core values and objectives as we do.

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