Our educational interventions are evidence-based and focuses on how we can help individuals or groups work towards maximising their potential.
Our educational interventions involve helping those who are having difficulties in psychological or cognitive areas. It is our mission to meet the needs of children and young people by listening to and valuing the views of the child, parents/carers, and education professionals through a holistic child-centred approach. To achieve our mission, we provide thorough and effective input to children and young people.
Anger management interventions include a range of strategies and techniques to help people to understand their anger and find ways of managing their anger helpfully.
Anxiety management interventions teaches individuals about their anxiety and come up with a toolkit of strategies to support them.
Attachment awareness interventions teach adults about attachment and how to use this to support a child or young person.
We provide holistic attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions to target attention, concentration and hyperactivity.
Behaviour interventions target a child or young person’s underlying needs to help them to be happy, safe and ready for life’s challenges.
Communication interventions at HSR Psychology are bespoke to the child or young person’s needs and aim to improve verbal, physical and listening aspects of communication.
Confidence and self-esteem interventions aim to change the way an individual views themselves, others or their circumstances and can be used for difficulties such as low mood.
Counselling is a talking therapy where a child or young person can explore their thoughts and feelings in a safe space and can be used for a range of needs.
Our exam preparation interventions support children and young people with relaxation, concentration, revision and feelings of anxiety.
Lego therapy interventions improve social skills and communication through teamwork. A broad range of children and young people can access lego therapy interventions
Literacy interventions are bespoke according to a child or young person’s needs, and can include reading, writing and spelling
Memory interventions are tailored to a child or young person’s needs and includes strategies to support memory.
Mindfulness includes a range of techniques and strategies to support children and young people with a range of difficulties, for example anxiety and stress.
Motor skills interventions address both gross and fine motor skills to encourage improved posture, positioning and muscle strength.
Narrative approaches use language and stories to provide alternative ways of expressing emotions and overcoming obstacles
Numeracy interventions support children and young people with all areas of numeracy, and can help individuals with Dyscalculia.
Nurture approaches come from a background of attachment and supports a child or young person’s emotional and social wellbeing.
Our online safety interventions teach children and young people about their online use, online risks and how to stay safe online can be provided to children and young people.
Organisation and planning interventions provide strategies and techniques to children and young people who require support in this area.
Play therapy is an approach which uses a range of play to help children to express and understand their emotions.
At HSR Psychology, a positive psychology approach is often used in addition to another intervention.
With HSR Psychology, preparation for independence interventions are designed according to a young person’s needs to support them with an upcoming intervention.
Relationship interventions at HSR Psychology aim to help young people make and maintain positive relationships.
Relaxation interventions at HSR Psychology support children and young people dealing with a range of difficulties, including stress and anxiety.
Resilience interventions can be used in a range of ways to support all children and young people.
Risk of exclusion interventions involve working with home and school to identify and address a child or young person’s needs and to help maximise their positive outcomes.
Self-image interventions at HSR Psychology can be used to promote positive self-image, or to address self-image difficulties among children and young people.
Sensory interventions can be used to address an individual’s sensory needs or to support the adults around them to support needs.
At HSR Psychology, social skills interventions can be used to teach social skills and social communication.
Solution-focused approaches at HSR Psychology are often used alongside other interventions to change the focus of conversations to explore ways of coping.
Spelling interventions can take place in a group or on an individual basis.
A strength-based approach aims to identify an individual’s strengths and how the child or young person can use these strengths to achieve their goals.
Stress management interventions at HSR Psychology can be used before, during or after stressful periods and includes methods of dealing with stress.
Video interaction guidance (VIG) interventions at HSR Psychology can be used to support with a range of needs such as social interaction and behaviour.
The most effective interventions usually involve a combination of interventions and approaches to provide holistic and bespoke intervention, tailored to the needs of a child or young person.