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On a cool September morning in a small courtroom in Central London, a judge is meeting with a parent and a group of caseworkers.
Our eating difficulties and avoidant restrictive food intake disorders team celebrates one year of service
The Trust’s Eating difficulties and avoidant restrictive food intake disorders (EDAS) team recently celebrated one year of supporting children and young people.
We’re delighted that the much-anticipated 9th International conference for infant observation will return in April 2024.
Mark Stein explored ganging phenomena and his award-winning paper on the topic.
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For children up to the age of 11 to explore who we are and what will happen when you visit us
Being a young person can be tough, especially if you are struggling with personal or emotional difficulties. Want to talk? If you live in Barnet, Camden or Hammersmith and Fulham you can speak with us for free with four confidential sessions. Young people come to us with all sorts of difficulties, so the first thing…
Research shows that talking therapies are the best way of treating most emotional problems. This is what we specialise in.
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We provide a wide range of courses, from online webinars to full postgraduate degrees and have over 5000 students currently studying with us.
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