Individual educational psychotherapy sessions can help schools with children who have a wide range of behavioural and learning difficulties. They combine teaching with a chance for children to explore and make sense of painful or traumatic experiences which might get in the way of learning and social or emotional development.
Whether you work with children who just need time to adjust to classroom rules and routines, or with those with more disruptive forms of behaviour, Caspari Foundation can help.
Educational psychotherapy can help with a wide range of problems experienced by children and young people from all walks of life, and at different points in their lives. They may have experienced the death of a parent or other family member, they may have witnessed a violent or traumatic event or they may bring with them negative experiences of school or teachers. They may feel that they are to blame for all the bad things that happen to them and their families. With our help, school staff can get on with teaching, while we support children and young people to cope with these experiences.
For further details on how we can help transform the potential of a child or young person to learn, develop and thrive, and on our straightforward referral process, download our leaflet
If you would like to talk to a member of our team about support for schools please contact us
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