Sarah is an integrative counsellor, who is qualified to work with children, young people and adults. Sarah is a registered member of BACP.
Though able to work with clients over numerous issues, Sarah specialises in trauma be it emanating from childhood or current and in counselling children and young people with complex special needs. Sarah's work is holistic and always focuses on the need of the client.
Following an early career in hospital Occupational Therapy and later in pharmacy work Allison worked in Norfolk mainstream and specialist school settings as a teaching assistant for over 20 years.
In schools Allison delivered prescribed small group interventions and one to one assistance to primary age pupils.
After studying with the Open University Allison undertook a BAHons Education degree at the University of East Anglia graduating in 2017, she has continued her study at the University of East Anglia with a MSc in Occupational Therapy and will be graduating in 2020.
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Barry lives with Vicki and her family. He is a Greyhound and has undergone all the necessary assessments to work as a therapy dog. Barry works with the Occupational Therapy team to support children, young people and adults achieve their goals, addressing difficulties with mental health, well-being, sensory processing, motor skills and other areas of Occupational Therapy interventions.