Types of Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a client-centred health profession concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by working with people and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to, or are expected to do, or by modifying the occupation or the environment to better support their occupational engagement.

Types of Therapy Offered

We provide a range of therapeutic approaches to suit the diverse needs of our students:

  • Psychoanalytical and Psychodynamic Therapies: These therapies delve into the unconscious to understand and change behaviour, thoughts, and feelings.
  • Behavioural Therapy: This approach modifies problematic behaviours through conditioning.
  • Cognitive Therapy: Focuses on correcting negative patterns of thinking to improve emotional regulation.
  • Humanistic Therapy: Concentrates on personal growth and self-awareness.
  • Integrative or Holistic Therapy: Combines methods from various therapies to tailor support for each individual.

 Our Therapeutic Services

Our school offers a comprehensive suite of therapies to support various developmental needs:

  1. Speech and Language Therapy: Assists children with communication challenges and difficulties in eating and drinking.
  2. Play Therapy: Uses the therapeutic power of play to help children overcome emotional and social challenges.
  3. Zones of Regulation: Helps children manage their emotions and actions through a clear, colour-coded system.
  4. Attention Autism: Develops communication skills in autistic children using visual and engaging activities.
  5. LEGO Therapy: Enhances social communication skills like sharing and teamwork through structured LEGO play.
  6. Animal Therapy: Provides emotional support and helps children process their feelings with the help of animals.
  7. Occupational Therapy: Enables children to engage in daily activities more effectively.
  8. Counselling: Offers support for emotional and mental health issues, improving coping skills and self-understanding.

List of Therapies

  1. Speech and Language Therapy
  2. Counseling Therapy
  3. Zones of Regulation
  4. Attention Autism
  5. Lego Therapy
  6. Animal Therapy


  1. SENDCo
  2. Speech and Language Therapist
  3. Occupational Therapist
  4. Counselling Therapist
  5. Literacy and Numeracy Intervention Leads
  6. Behaviour Lead
  7. Therapy Assistant
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