Steps Child and Family Psychology

Child and Family Psychology

Practical solutions to child behaviour problems

  • Swiftly identify the cause of concern through rigorous observation, assessment and collaborative problem solving.
  • Effect and sustain change through provision of practical and achievable recommendations.
  • Raise achievement through identification of cognitive and personal strengths, thereby increasing confidence and self esteem.
  • Support parents in their genuine aspirations for their children.
  • Support schools and organisations through the promotion of robust Psychological research findings.
  • Deliver value. An early investment in problem solving and treatment is a long term investment in a child's future.

Latest News

Messages from Clients. Ruth has recently received a nice message from a client who she has guided through the all the ups and downs of the Tribunal process. Click here to view this and other messages she has received.

In February "Varsity", Cambridge University's student newspaper highlighted the university's outdated system for students requiring Access ArrangementsClick here for more information

An increase in numbers of Access Arrangements has caused unforeseen complications. Click here for further information

This year's Access Arrangements Guidelines for GCSE and A level examinations are available online. Click here for more information

We now have a brochure which describes the services that STEPS Psychology offers.  If you want us to send you a copy in the post you can request one here. Or, you can download it yourself here.


Older News 

To view older news about STEPS Psychology. Click here for older news items

 

Getting in touch with STEPS

If you have any questions about the help and advice STEPS offer, we would be pleased to hear from you.

To make an enquiry please contact us by one of the following methods:

By phone:

01434 605486

Our normal offices hours are between 10.00am and 6.00pm, Monday to Thursday (closed Bank Holidays).

Please note: we may be busy and unable to take your call, in which case an answer phone service will take any message you would like to leave.

Or, by email:

advice@STEPSpsychology.co.uk