Services for groups and organisations

Our clinicians have all been involved in the design and development of continuing professional development courses for qualified practitioners for many years. We also provide advice, consultancy and supervisory services to practitioners working in the human services and to employers seeking to enhance what they do to meet their needs of an increasingly diverse workforce. 

Consultancy and Supervision   

We offer consultancy services to individuals and groups, often at times of change or challenge where external facilitation creates space and time to reflect. Consultation also promotes acknowledging the feelings and emotions that are often left unattended to in professional work, and yet can have a significant impact on ourselves and our connections with others in and out of work. 


We provide individual and group supervision to staff working in specialist roles through to organisational leaders and managers. Our supervisory approach is rooted in building effective relationships that promote growth through reflection on experience. 


Any such work begins with an initial appointment to explore your needs further, and we only take on consultancy and supervisory services where we feel we can effectively help. If you would like to explore consultancy and/or supervision options for yourself or for staff in your team or organisation, please email with your request.

Professional development access options  

We offer a range of flexible options to suit your needs; either designing a bespoke package and travelling to your site for delivery to a group or team as well as running courses at our own venue, where there is the opportunity

to work with a diverse group of interested, like-minded professionals.


If you would like to explore a bespoke package, please email and our Administration team will ensure someone deals promptly with your request. 

Upcoming courses   

Our next course, which will be running at a central London venue in February 2019, is a 2 day programme focused on the use of projective techniques in the assessment of children and young people up to the age of 25. 

It will be facilitated by Dr. Emma-Kate Kennedy, Educational & Child Psychologist, and will provide the opportunity for participants to bring their own case material. If you are interested in a place on this course, please contact Lucy (Office Administrator) for further information at