Psychology and Therapeutic Services

We support emotional well-being, mental health, behaviour and learning on an individual, group and whole school or organisational basis.

The Psychology and Therapeutic Services (PTS) work with children and young people from 0 – 25 years, as well as with the adults who care for and work with them.

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Accessing the Psychology and Therapeutic Services

Information on how to submit a referral with the Psychology & Therapeutic Services.

About the Psychology and Therapeutic Services

The Psychology and Therapeutic Services consist of multiple roles working together to provide care.

Psychology and Therapeutic Services Keys to Inclusion

Person Centred Approach to supporting inclusive practice in your setting.

PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope) and MAP (Making Action Plans)

PATH and MAP are techniques used by the Psychology and Therapeutic services to work towards a brighter future for people.

Collaborative Problem Solving

The Psychology and Therapeutic Services utilise both the 'Solution Circles' and 'Circles of Friends' techniques to help individuals.

AANT - Analysis of Additional Needs Tool

An explanation of everything you need to know about an AANT and how to arrange one in your setting.

Types of Intervention

We offer many different interventions and approaches to support children, young people, parents and families.

Emotional Literacy Support Assistant training (ELSA)

The ELSA programme builds the capacity of schools to support the emotional needs of their pupils.

Sleep

The PTS provides lots of information and free resources about sleep for children, young people and families.

Inclusion Facilitators

Find out about our extensive therapeutic support for all children and young people, in all settings across Suffolk.