Children’s Centre Psychology

Children’s Centre Psychology is part of the wider Child and Family Psychology and Therapies department at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.

The service is based within the three children’s centres across Gwent: Caerphilly Children’s Centre, Serennu Children’s Centre and Nevill Hall Children’s Centre. The team is made up of Clinical Psychologists, Assistant Psychologists, a Parent Counsellor and a Parent Peer-Mentor.

The service aims to promote the wellbeing of children with additional needs and their families by providing psychological advice and support to families and the professionals working with them. Parents and carers are able to sign up to a range of the Children’s Centre Psychology’s Helping Hands Outreach support offers which include self-help toolkits, virtual workshops and parent counselling

The service works closely with professionals in the children’s centre (for example, speech and language therapists, community paediatricians) who are able to request psychology consultations and specialist, therapeutic interventions (delivered individually and in group format) for the families that they support.

For further information about the services available and how to access them, please take a look at our Children's Centre Pyschology Padlet

Improving the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of expectant mothers, infants, children and young people throughout Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Area.

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