Additional Needs Families:
PARENTING SUPPORT PROGRAMME
STARTS: 6th May
10 places available -
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I am a Clinical Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist with experience in various clinical and charity settings, providing individual and group therapy.
My work is grounded in a philosophy of inclusiveness and embraces all cultures and identities. I have a deep regard for ordinary human suffering and welcome all experiences you may bring to the therapy room. My particular interests lie in abuse, trauma, belonging, culture and identity.
I have significant experience working with people affected by Autism & other neurodiverse conditions and run a therapy group for parents/carers of children with additional needs.
About the Facilitator
About the Course
For parents/carers of children with disabilities and additional needs, this programme focuses on developing resilience within families and positive mental health for parents/carers and their children.
Themes include managing emotions; supporting behaviour; personal power; implementing boundaries; working with anger; nurturing ourselves; and accessing services and support.
The course provides an opportunity for parents/carers to build friendship and support networks as we share
and learn from one another's experiences -
acknowledging our challenges and recognizing
what we do well.
Programme content combines Family
Links Parenting principles + Transactional
Analysis psycho-educational resources.
The course will be interactively
tailored to suit
At: Acton Gardens Community Centre *
Dates: Thursdays 6th May - 1st July
Time: 9:30am - 12pm
Course Fees: £40 / £80 / £160 (self-select a fee)
* This group will be hosted at Acton Gardens Community Centre in W3, observing social-distancing protocols.
If Covid-19 restrictions change, it will be
offered online instead
MSc Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy
Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA)
Diploma in Clinical Transactional Analysis
BA(Hons) Business Studies
I am a member of the following institutions and abide by their code of ethics; United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
International Association of Relational
Transactional Analysis (IARTA)
European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA
Yardo's fee are based on the 'Solidarity Economy' principle that individual and community needs are intertwined, each person pays what they can afford and no one is turned away on financial grounds.
Suggested rates for our 8-week courses are:
£250 - full course rate (supports others)
£150 - supported rate (pays facilitator costs)
£80 - supported rate (for those with low incomes)
N.B. Priority is given to residents of South Acton
and the surrounding neighbourhoods.
Register now, and we'll send you an assessment form and payment link as soon booking opens on Monday 1st March.
N.B. Priority is given to residents in South Acton and surrounding neighbourhoods.