Tag Archives | behavioural difficulties
Child tantrum

Tears, trials and tantrums: a special workshop for parents

Ever feel like you are often in conflict with your child? It’s true, children’s brains work differently to adults. Children’s therapist Katie Trusty is running a special workshop to help parents understand early behaviour and improve communication skills. Katie used to be part of the Children’s Therapies team and talked to us about the workshop. […]

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Fazilaa Mayet Psychotherapist

Fazila Mayet – Psychotherapist

Faz has been providing counselling and psychotherapy for children, adolescents and families since 2012. She has vast experience of working with families across various cultures, faiths and age groups. Previously, Faz has led therapy teams in primary and secondary schools, where she worked with children, teachers and parents to look after the emotional and developmental […]

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Heather Greenaway – Occupational Therapist

BSc Occupational Therapy Heather is a skilled occupational therapist with almost 10 years of experience working with children. She has worked in a wide range of settings including NHS and private practices, special and mainstream schools, as well as specialist children’s units. She was also part of a team that helped set up a special […]

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Child tantrum

Tackling toddler tantrums: 6 tips to make a big difference

Every parent knows tantrums can be really hard to deal with. Lorna Davis, our Speech and Language Therapist (and mum of a 2 year-old tantrum professional) tells us how language development can play into tantrums, and her top tantrum tactics. “Toddlers have only just started learning language. A two year-old usually only has around 50-100 words – that’s not […]

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Daniela Diciano

5 autism myths debunked

According to The National Autistic Society, more than 1 in 100 people in the UK have autism. But there’s still so many myths out there around children living with autism, and what it means for them and their families. We caught up with psychologist Daniela Diciano to debunk the most common myths about autism. “If your child has […]

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Rosy Bola - Clinical Psychologist

Rosy (Charnjit) Bola – Child Psychologist

Rosy (Charnjit) Bola, BSc-Psych, PGDipPsych, M ClinPsych, CPsychol Rosy is a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience spanning over seven years working with children, young people and their families in both the UK and Australia. She specialises in emotional-behavioural concerns such as depression, as well as neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism. Rosy always strives to build […]

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Spotting the Early Signs of Autism

Diagnosing autism is complex, but there are a few common signs that can help if you’re worried your child might have autism. Children’s psychologist Daniela Di Ciano tells us more. “I know a lot of parents can be worried about their child having autism. There’s so much pressure nowadays to make sure your child is hitting […]

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Therapy and Training Services for Schools

New Therapy and Training Services for Schools

We’re very excited to release our new brochure listing our therapy and training services for schools. Children’s Therapies has worked with local independent and state schools since 2005, and our therapists have developed excellent relationships with both the staff and the children we help. If you’re a parent, you might be interested to know that […]

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An Introduction to Creative and Therapeutic Approaches to Working with Children

An Introduction to Creative and Therapeutic Approaches to Working with Children Who is the course for? This course is suitable for all teaching and support staff. What does the course cover? This one-day experiential workshop explores the motivations behind different patterns of behaviour, and explores how we can understand a child’s behaviour as a form […]

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