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eQuiPT
THERAPEUTIC SERVICES

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Our Mission Statement

We will provide a service that uses high quality therapists that are appropriately trained and with a wide experience of working with vulnerable groups of children and families. We want to provide our service at the time of need and in a setting that is conducive, in a way that is simple and clear to access and provide therapies that are creative and not relying on being able to talk about the difficulties by providing creative therapies. There are significant gaps in mental health services available within the communities and we want to be able to fill these gaps with an accessible community based service.

About eQuiPT Therapeutic Service

Suzanne and Sandra are the therapists behind eQuiPT Therapeutic Services. They both have a wealth of experience of working with children and families and are passionate about supporting children and families. They have been Play and Filial Therapists for over 13 years and are committed to helping children who struggle with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. 

OURSERVICES

Art Therapy

Play Therapy

EMDR

Filial Therapy (Family Intervention)

Animal Assisted Play Therapy

Therapeutic Life Story

Counselling

Therapeutic Assessments

Training for families and professionals who work with vulnerable children

Clinical Supervision for Professionals

Consultations for families & Professionals

Our Aims

We have a passion to make long term changes and aim to relieve the mental and emotional stress of all children, young people and families.

 

Our aim is to support families from our local communities, who may have experienced traumatic events including developmental trauma, attachment, loss, bereavement and other mental health distress. We aim to improve the life chances and relationships for long term well-being.