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We provide high quality, evidence-based clinical and therapeutic services in a range of criminal justice and educational settings.


We maintain a regular practice base and have a number of longstanding contracts in these settings. We may also provide therapeutic services to private clients on a case-by-case basis.


Our overarching aims when providing clinical and treatment services are to help reduce reoffending, and to improve lives.


We tailor our clinical and therapeutic services on an individual basis. We provide assessment, formulation, clinical decision-making, treatment planning, treatment delivery, and treatment evaluation services.


Our expertise lies in helping people to understand and address the criminogenic treatment needs that are linked to their risk of re-offending.


We are skilled at delivering therapy designed to target poor emotional regulation, dysfunctional beliefs, relationship skills, self-management skills, substance misuse, trauma, low self-worth, and personality disorder.


We also have specific expertise in delivering therapy designed to help individuals manage unhealthy sexual interests (such as paedophilia and sadism). 


We have particular expertise working with complex cases that present with a range of co-existing treatment needs. We provide services to children, adolescents and adults.


We are highly skilled and experienced in working with individuals who have additional responsivity needs, such as those with intellectual disability, learning needs, autistic spectrum disorder, ADHD, mental health conditions, and those who have been subject to isolation for long periods of time. 

We offer a wide range of treatment approaches including:

  • CBT (cognitive behaviour therapy)

  • Cognitive therapy

  • ACCT (acceptance and commitment therapy)

  • Motivational interviewing

  • Strengths based approaches (eg Good Lives model)

  • Behaviour modification 

  • Distress tolerance DBT (dialectical behaviour therapy) interventions

  • Mindfulness

  • EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing)

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