Therapeutic Support 

Seven Care Services provides therapeutic and psychological support to children and young people and families. Our team is headed by a lead Clinical Psychologist and is supported by further Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Mental Health Nurses and Play Specialists. All of whom have specialist skills with working with difficulties within this age group. 
All children, young people and families will initially be offered an assessment (remotely or face to face) where the practitioner will work collectively to provide clients with a psychological understanding of their difficulties; identifying, where relevant, the presence of any specific diagnosable condition/s. We will provide a written report which includes plans and recommendations for help. Where appropriate, we can provide follow-on therapy, support, guidance and parenting courses. 

Clinical Psychologist Assessment 

The range of difficulties we can help with: 
 
Anxiety (including generalised anxiety, phobias, OCD) 
Low Mood / Depression 
Low Self-esteem 
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 
Relationship or Interpersonal Difficulties 
Interpersonal Difficulties 
Attachment Difficulties/Developmental Trauma (including therapy for Looked After or Adopted Children) 
Behavioural and Emotional Difficulties 
Parenting support 
Feeding and sleeping difficulties in infancy 

Lead Clinical Psychologist - Dr Neha Matharu 

Schools and Colleges 

In line with the Government’s wider approach to children’s mental health, recommendations have been made for schools to place emphasis on the emotional well-being of the children and young people while in their care.  
 
Results to date are positive with improved attainment, attendance, a reduction in behavioural problems all being evident, as well as happier, more confident and resilient pupils. 
Our work in your school or college could include: 
 
Individual child and family work 
One off assessment and feedback sessions providing recommendations for future work; cognitive assessments to establish strengths and weaknesses in academic ability as an aid to learning; short and long term therapy for individuals and/or families. 
 
Group work for children and families 
Resiliency and nurture groups focusing on building self-esteem and confidence in the classroom; anxiety management; managing difficult emotions such as 
 
Anger, exam anxiety and depression 
Specialist parenting workshops including Positive Parenting Groups for primary aged children and teenagers; Cygnet Parenting Groups (for parents with children on the Autistic Spectrum). 
 
Staff training 
Recognising the signs and symptoms of emotional difficulties such as; conduct disorders; developmental difficulties; the role of attachments; recognising and managing challenging behaviours, signs and symptoms of depression, anxiety and eating disorders. 
 
Consultation to others 
We can also offer consultation to staff to support schools in implementing effective strategies promoting emotional wellbeing. 

Clinical Psychologist Assessment 

 
 
 
 

Contact Us 

If you are looking for urgent Private Child Counselling without the need to be placed onto a waiting list, contact us today and a member of our team will contact you shortly to facilitate a consultation as soon as possible. 
 
 
 
 
Please call us with any questions you may have, we will be happy to support and guide you in the right direction. 
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