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Therapeutic Thinking

Therapeutic Thinking is a whole school cultural approach that focuses on improving the educational experiences and outcomes for all children. Therapeutic Thinking considers the need for different approaches in order to ensure schools are fair environments for all.

The Therapeutic Thinking approach consists of two teams, the Therapeutic Thinking Team and the Therapeutic Thinking Support Team:

  • The Therapeutic Thinking Team is involved in the training of schools and partners, providing regular updates about the Therapeutic Thinking approach and managing funding and bids from schools
     
  • The Therapeutic Thinking Support Team works in partnership with schools to give support around using Therapeutic Thinking tools and interventions to support individual or groups of pupils

Contact

Therapeutic Thinking Team

Lucy Hillyard, Therapeutic Thinking Lead

Therapeutic Thinking Support Team

Beth Cartwright, Senior Educational Psychologist and manager of the Therapeutic Thinking Support Team

Visit the pages below to find out more about each team:

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