Contact Us

T: 07561579430

E: info@wellbeingtreehouse.co.uk

P: 15 Plowden Close

Aston Le Walls

Northamptonshire

NN11 6UE

I'm on maternity leave until early 2020

I'm now on maternity leave and look forward to returning to work in early 2020. 


If you have any enquiries, please visit the Association of Child Psychologists in Private Practice website for details of local psychologists.
 

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Wellbeing for Schools
Support Packages

You get 4 half day sessions of 3 hours each per term to be used as agreed at the free telephone planning meeting. We ask for a minimum of 2 terms commitment.

Starter

You get 8 half day sessions of 3 hours each per term to be used as agreed at the free face-to-face planning meeting. We ask for a minimum of 2 terms commitment.

Standard

You get 12 half day sessions of 3 hours each per term to be used as agreed at the free face-to-face planning meeting. We ask for a minimum of 2 terms commitment.

Extended

Seminars at Hanwell Fields Community Centre

The Wellbeing Treehouse are running a series of seminars on different topics at Hanwell Fields Community Centre in Banbury during the 2018-19 academic year. View upcoming events and book your place on our Events page.

How we work with Schools

Schools value flexible, reliable and responsive services. This is why we offer packages of support that are flexible to meet the needs of your school as they arise. Relationships are key to our service delivery, so we offer a free planning meeting at the start of each term to discuss your needs and plan your priorities. If a package is not for you, use our free telephone consultation service to plan a service that is right for your school.

Areas we support

We offer support on a wide range of issues that arise for children and schools. Our focus is emotional health and wellbeing and we can support early years, primary, secondary and Post-16 settings in this area. This can include whole-school approaches, support for staff, support for parents, and interventions for individual pupils or groups. Our specialist areas of interest are trauma and attachment, Children in Care or previously Looked After Children, Autism (ASD) and ADHD.

Example of our work

Co-facilitation of a Circle of Adults for a secondary aged pupil at risk of permanent exclusion. Staff came to the meeting feeling frustrated and not sure about what to do next. Outcome: through information sharing about the young person's background, staff felt they understood the young person better and were able to develop new ways of working with the young person to meet their emotional needs.