About Therapy In Praxis
Therapy in Praxis offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment programmes designed to help a child to achieve their full potential.
Acknowledging that each child is unique and requires individualised therapies, we customise treatment plans from a range of well-respected neuro-developmental and sensory-integrative techniques as well as the latest auditory and memory programmes, oral placement hierarchies, and clinical interventions including sensory attachment interventions for children and young people who have experienced loss, trauma, attachment issues and separation.
Therapy in Praxis offers skilled and experienced practitioners in a range of therapy approaches for children and adolescents.
Therapy in Praxis is dedicated to helping children improve self-awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem through the medium of play that involves a rich and purposefully directed range of experiences.
Our strategy at Therapy in Praxis is to combine individualised treatment sessions, 'home programming', school-based interventions and therapeutic groups to build children's skills and help them better adapt to life's day-to-day challenges.
We provide a safe and friendly environment for learning and practicing new skills. And we stay on top of treatment trends, incorporating the latest successful therapies into our practice.
Therapy in Praxis is a team approach to support an individual child, setting up and maintaining support in every arena.
This approach includes not only the therapy-related activities themselves, but also integration of new and improved skills into everyday activities.
We teach parents and caregivers how to support their child and provide them with a clear understanding of the benefits of this, as well as how it fits into the total picture of the child's therapy.
Therapy in Praxis recognises just how important it is for a child to experience success and for the wellbeing of the family and support system to be able to see measurable changes in every area of the child's life.
We have found this comprehensive approach leads to lasting results, not only in a therapeutic setting but also in the child's school, home and community.