Interventions can be educational programmes, group work, therapeutic or training-based. There is a wide variety in the interventions we provide as they can happen on an individual or group basis, and in a range of settings. Interventions can be carried out by our psychologists, assistant psychologists, teaching staff, parents or carers. All of our interventions can take place in either an education setting, at home, in a community setting or in one of our clinics. As a needs-based service, we can look at the area of need and create a bespoke specialist intervention.
We offer interventions which can be categorised into the following categories:
Educational interventions aim to help those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Educational interventions may include:
School interventions are aimed at education settings that require help with individuals or groups who are struggling with educational or psychological needs. Our school interventions are suitable for:
Social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) interventions aim to help those that are struggling in a certain psychological area.
SEMH interventions may include:
Specialist interventions is an umbrella term for all the specific interventions that we offer at HSR Psychology.
Specialist interventions we provide include: