Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service

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About Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service

Categories Advice and Support, Counselling, Behaviour, Behaviour counselling, Behavioural problems, Disability, Learning disabilities, Health, Mental health, ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactive disorder), Asperger's syndrome, Autism, Relationships, Sexuality
Referral Who can make referrals? You can refer yourself (Self-referral) Family members Carers Other professionals You can make a referral to the service by telephoning the Duty Team on 01724 270 363.
Disabled Access Support available to all children and young people with SEN or disabilities. Support available for children and young people with SEN or disabilities who require additional support over and above that provided routinely as part of universal services. Support available for children and young people with SEN or disabilities who require specialised, longer term support and those with high needs accessing provision through EHC plans.
Service Notes Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber (RDASH) NHS Foundation Trust have a Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service. We can offer: * Learning disability assessments to support you to understand your problems * Therapy, counselling and group work to support you to cope * Training and advice for families, carers or staff on many issues including work with difficult behaviour, intensive interaction, autism awareness, dementia, sex and sexuality. Open Access to Thinking Space Thinking Space is run by a Clinical Psychologist and is open to all carers, family members and professionals. It offers a non-judgmental empathic space where carers are supported to reflect and review the care of the person whose behaviour is challenging. It aims to explore difficulties and develop a better understanding of the person’s needs.

What is Offered

Special Needs Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber (RDASH) NHS Foundation Trust have a Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service. We can offer: * Learning disability assessments to support you to understand your problems * Therapy, counselling and group work to support you to cope * Training and advice for families, carers or staff on many issues including work with difficult behaviour, intensive interaction, autism awareness, dementia, sex and sexuality.

Costs and Availability

  • Contact Service Provider for availability information.

Contact Details

  • Address: Berkeley House Berkeley Business Ce Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN15 7DQ