Please get in touch for a more detailed information sheet on my sibling, parent/carertrauma, NME or staff supervision packages, or for an initial phone or video call

Family Support

Sibling events

Half-day interactive session for siblings of children with additional needs, their parents/carers, and/or professionals. Exploring the experiences of siblings (common benefits and challenges), current research, and support for siblings. 


Parent/carer support groups

I am particularly keen on setting up a regular group support reflective space for parents/carers of children with additional needs. 

A Supportive Hug

Sibling support groups

Please refer to Super Siblings for further information regarding the regular support group sessions I assist with for siblings of children with additional needs in the West Sussex area. 

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Trauma-Informed Training

Neurosequential Model in Education

Developed by Dr Bruce Perry and his colleagues at the Child Trauma Academy in America, the neurosequential model in education is a developmentally-sensitive, neurobiologically-respectful, trauma-informed approach to working with children and young people in schools, particularly those with social, emotional and mental health needs. 


NME Trainers are certified to deliver a series of training sessions to schools around the core principles of this approach, including how the brain develops, organises and functions; the impact of stress and trauma on the brain; and strategies and interventions to promote readiness for learning. More information can be found through Sussex Psychology.


An introduction to developmental trauma

This whole day's training covers an introduction to:

  • Brain development. 

  • The impact of stress and trauma on the brain.

  • How this impacts development, particularly attachment/relationships.  

  • Trauma-informed strategies and interventions to promote regulation and relationships. 

For more in-depth training in this area for schools, please refer to the NME training.

Parent and Child

Additional EP work


This could include face-to-face key adult consultations, one-to-one telephone consultations, parent drop-ins, or a person-centred planning meeting, such as a PATH, MAP, Person-Centred ReviewCircle of Adults, Solution Circle, or Multi-Element Plan. 

In a Meeting


This may involve a staff and/or parent training session on an area related to psychology, such as childhood trauma. 

Audiovisual Conference


​Psychological supervision provides a safe space to support the development of staff knowledge, skills, confidence, reflective practice and wellbeing. This can be facilitated either on a one-to-one basis or in small groups. You can find more information about the purpose and benefits of supervision in education here -  

Support Group


EP casework usually involves an exploration of strengths & needs, explanations to the presenting concerns, and the support required to meet need, through consultation, observation and assessment. The stages of a typical casework process may include:

Creative people brainstorming in meeting


This may include individual therapeutic work, such as emotional literacy, regulation and anxiety management sessions, or group peer interventions, such as circle of friends, or whole class workshops, such as mindfulness sessions to promote wellbeing. 

Children Meditating

Initial consultation & planning


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