All ACP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists have undertaken a minimum of six years' training, of which four years is in psychoanalytic practice in the NHS. They often go on to work in multi-disciplinary Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). They are experienced in working with and treating young people and families with a range of complex difficulties.
Their training equips them to work with children and adolescents from 0-25, as well as to offer parent-infant and parent-child interventions. Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists also provide supervision and consultation to other psychotherapists and all professionals working with young people and their families.
To learn more about the work of ACP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists, please return to the website, where further information, including research evidence is available.
Registered members listed here are those who are eligible and available to work in private practice. If members listed in the 'find a therapist' directory have provided a link to their personal website, they hold full responsibity for the information and content supplied on their website.
Please note this is not a full list of members. To view the full register of members, Click here: http://www.childpsychotherapy.org.uk/member-register
Most ACP members in private practice are continuing to provide services during the pandemic either by telephone or video. Please contact individual Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists to enquire about what they are able to offer.
|Contact ID||Display Name||Distance in miles|
|4216||Ms. Joanna Askew|
|4040||Mr. Neil Austin|
|3734||Ms. Corinne Aves|
|3840||Mrs. Teresa Bailey|
|4078||Ms. Tess Bailey-Sayer|
|4263||Ms. Leila Bargawi|
|3767||Mrs. Pamela Bartram|
|4336||Mrs. Sue Beale|
|4434||Mrs. Lucy Bean|
|3892||Mr. Charlie Beaumont|