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Poets CornerKeats RoadWellingKentDA16 3NB
ADO Therapy offers a variety of therapeutic services to suit individual needs. We offer Animal Assisted Activities (AAA), Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT), Equine Assisted Activities (EAA), Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). ADO has a beautiful 6.5 acre outdoor site which has a lovely woodland area. Clients can benefit from this site for spotting wildlife, walking and exploring, listening to nature, participating in bushcraft activities and assisting with the care of a large variation of animals on the site. We have sheltered, heated…
Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RZ
Providing specialist evidence-based, outcomes-focused mental health service for children and young people aged 0-18 and their families in Greenwich; with the aim of improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health outcomes for young people via advice, support, consultation, evidence based interventions and integrated care pathways within and across services in Greenwich.
20Egerton DriveLondonSE10 8JS
The Deborah Ubee Trust aims to promote emotional health by provide counselling to those who are otherwise unable to access it, within the London boroughs of Greenwich, Lewisham, Bexley, Bromley, Lambeth, Southwark, Newham and Tower Hamlets. We also aim to provide training in counselling and access to a range of holistic treatments. We have a purpose designed play therapy room where qualified counsellors can work with children under eleven. Play and art materials are used to help them deal with a range of issues including anxiety, attachment issues, loss and bereavement and…
Millennium Village Health CentreSchool Bank RoadLondonSE10 0QN
The Early Intervention Psychological Therapies Service provides early help for children with mild to severe psychological difficulties, offering information, advice, assessment and treatment. The team provides training, consultation and therapies, working in partnership with parents, carers and young people. It develops care plans with parents and their children’s school, as well as offering various forms of therapy, and referrals to the specialist adolescent mental health service.
The Woolwich Centre35 Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Educational Psychology Service offers a range of approaches to help schools improve outcomes for children and young people experiencing difficulties in their learning and their social & emotional development. In particular this means pupils with special educational needs, those at risk of exclusion and those whose life chances are impaired as a result of social and emotional deprivation. Educational Psychologists work with teachers, parents, professionals and other staff to assess and identify needs, develop skills and design interventions to help…
Floors 1 and 2135-143 Eltham High StreetElthamLondonSE9 1TJ
Time to Talk provides counselling services for people aged 16 and above living in the borough of Greenwich with common concerns such as anxiety or depression. There are times when everyone feels stressed or unhappy. Generally these bad times pass, but sometimes there are problems that do not go away and things get harder and harder. One in four people can feel this way at some point in their life.Talking about your problems can really help
GriffinOT offers affordable and easily accessible online occupational therapy solutions for schools and parents. This includes an online Sensory Processing Disorder training course and from mid-2019 will include online motor skill development programmes. All GriffinOT programmes offer you more than a list of activities/strategies to try. Our primary aim is to help school staff and parents to understand why they’re doing these activities or using specific strategies. Most importantly, we also discuss how to…
Headscape is a website that has been developed by Oxleas for young people who live in Greenwich. Headscape provides quizzes that help you find useful information and resources about mental health. If things seem really tough we will recommend that you get in touch so that we might be able to help. If you do get in touch, your information will be shared with mental health professionals for care and treatment.