Amy-Louise is a qualified Play Therapist and is a full Member of the British Association of Play Therapists.
With a background in Special Needs in primary, secondary and special provisions, she has worked with children, young people and families for over 12 years in a variety of educational and social care settings.
Amy-Louise has mentored and provided therapeutic intervention for children through difficult experiences and times in their lives specialising in trauma, attachment, loss and separation.
She promotes the use of Creative and Expressive Arts in the development and discovery of the self and interpersonal relationships. She has extensive training and experience in supporting children with a range of Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties and has been trained to use play as a medium for understanding and communicating with children about their feelings, thoughts and behaviours.