Welcome to the Caspari Foundation

We believe that all children who need help with development and learning should have access to affordable and appropriate support for their needs. We work towards this aim by supporting children with emotional, learning and behavioural difficulties to succeed in school. Learn more about what we do by reading our new brochure

Therapeutic Sessions with Children to Explore and Unblock Learning

We offer both group and one-to-one interventions in school.
  • We offer both group and one-to-one interventions in school.
  • We're enrolling for next year. Open evening on 17 May 2017. Find out more

Children, young people & families

Children, young people and familiesSometimes, through no fault of their own, children and young people can find their emotions get in the way of developing and learning. Caspari Foundation is a charity that helps children, young people and families to learn to cope with and overcome these barriers.

Help for children, young people & families

Services for schools

Services for schools

Therapeutic approaches to teaching can help teachers and others in schools to develop a deeper understanding of how to support children with emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties.

Services for schools

Becoming a therapist


Educational Psychotherapy is a specialised educational and therapeutic intervention which is recommended for children and young people with complex emotional barriers to learning and development.


Becoming a therapist

Latest News & Events

CPD Lecture Programme

Please join us for 'Using Winnicott to rethink schools and schooling' with Tamara Bibby
Date: Saturday 17 November
Time: 10am for a 10:30 start – 12pm
Venue:Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA. (Nearest Tube Holloway Road)
Tamara Bibby is an independent researcher and writer, previously at University College London, Institute of Education, UK. She has published two books; ‘Education – An 'Impossible Profession'?: Psychoanalytic Explorations of Learning and Classrooms’ and most recently ‘The Creative Self: Psychoanalysis, Teaching and Learning in the Classroom’.


Tickets can be purchased here

The Helen North Grant


The Caspari Foundation has recently received a very generous grant of £5,050 from one of its members. The donation is made in memory of a close family member, Helen North, who died of cancer in December 2017, aged 46.

The grant will be used by Caspari to provide 1:1 Educational Psychotherapy to 2 Islington children whose learning has been impeded by the bereavement of a close family member.

We are extremely grateful to the donor for their support. Thank you from everyone at the Caspari Foundation.  


Issue 2 of our Newsletter is out now! Thanks go to Editor Patricia Reid for compiling another great read.



The Role of Education; submission by The Caspari Foundation to the government inquiry on children and young people's mental helath

This is EPIC - Educational Psychotherapy in the Community project

Other articles about educational psychotherapy are available in the Members' Area of this website - so join-up and get reading!

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Job Opportunity


We are currently recruiting for a Seminar Leader: clinical case studies. Applications close on Tueday 4th September at 5pm. Please submit an expression of interest and up to date CV to Flora Blackwood (flora@caspari.org.uk).

For more information please download the Roles and Responsibilities 

Work with us

The Caspari Foundation is currently looking for a Seminar Leader for its Nursery Observation module. Please read the job description here.

If you have any questions or would like to submit an expression of interest and up to date CV please contact Flora. The deadline is the 16 August and the role commences on Thursday 4 October. 




Join us

We offer a range of benefits to members, including access to information and resources, training and networking opportunities.
Call us on 020 7527 5161
Find out more about our membership packages

Help Us

Since 2000 Caspari Foundation has helped many thousands of children, young people and families who need help with emotional, learning and behavioural difficulties.
Find out how you can help

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