psychological support

  • Offering psychological support for children and adolescents with a range of Needs
    • On-going support to children and young people experiencing mental health, behavioural and emotional difficulties, and special educational needs
    • School refusal
    • Exam stress
    • School issues
    • Learning difficulties and disabilities
    • Male and female ASD – At 3P, we have a special interest in girls with ASD and understand that girls may present differently to boys.
    • ADHD and self-regulation difficulties
    • Complex needs and disabilities
    • Visual and hearing impairment
    • Physical disabilities
    • Health conditions such as diabetes
    • Sleep difficulties
    • Eating issues
    • Toileting issues
    • Bullying, friendship issues
    • Parental separation 
    • Second language acquisition

  • Early Years and Early Intervention
    • Assessments
    • Understanding of needs
    • Observations
    • Family-centred approach
    • Goal setting
    • Skills development through play

  • Wellbeing and Mental Health
    • Anger
    • Stress
    • Anxieties and low mood
    • Adjustment difficulties
    • Emotional issues, self-regulation and self-esteem

  • Transition support
    • School and life transitions, and global migration issues
    • Transition to school: workshops and support
    • Transitions mid-year
    • Transition to the next grade
    • support through Skype/Zoom is available for specific issues such as global migration and/or ongoing support where proximity to clinic is a challenge such as rural areas and distance

  • Behaviour Management
    • Behavioural support and plans at home or/and in school
    • Goal setting and support
    • Suggestions and advice

  • Skills Training and Psychoeducational Support
    •  social skills training
    • communication skills
    • assertiveness training
    • Stress management
  • Parent and Family Support
    • Parenting and family support
    • Family sessions
    • Joint school-family consultations
  • Dreams and Aspirations
    • Facilitating change towards aspirations
    • Subject choices and educational orientation
    • Person-centred tools
  • Support Groups – in development
    • Social skills
    • Aspirations
    • Self-identity
    • Parenting