CAYP Psychology is an independent clinical psychology-led service specifically for Children, Adolescents and Young People, from newborn to 18-years (or 25 for autism assessments). We offer sensitive and thoughtful psychological therapies for a wide range of social, emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties. We are proud to offer an extensive range of support for parents.
We also have expertise in assessments of autism, and Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and assessments of intellectual functioning, giftedness, learning disabilities and specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia.
We have two core values: We will do everything we can to offer the most effective, professional, and timely psychological support for Children, Adolescents and Young People. And we support our outstanding team to achieve the best possible outcomes for young people and families.
Our media-friendly and values-driven approach to children’s psychological wellbeing has been recognised by local and national awards, local authorities, schools and the NHS.
Oh, and we’re pronounced “cape”…
We Offer the Highest Standards of Conduct, Ethics and Proficiency
We specialise in effective, evidence-based and professional psychological work approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). We are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
We will always strive to practice to the highest standards, meaning that we prioritise your children’s wellbeing in a safe, trustworthy, honest and respectful manner.
We specialise in effective, evidence-based and professional psychological assesments approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). We are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
We always strive to practice to the highest standards, meaning that we prioritise your children’s wellbeing in a safe, trustworthy, honest and respectful manner.
We specialise in effective psychological assessment and intervention for a wide range of social, emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties for children and young between up to the age of 18.
We offer comprehensive assessments of cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses, in the context of psychological wellbeing.
Registered and Regulated
Our whole team are regulated by the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and we practice to the highest levels of conduct, performance and ethics.
Our Amazing Testimonials
We're a Climate Positive Workforce
And we've offset 87 tonnes of CO2
Since April 15, 2022
That's equivalent to charging 10,582,910 smartphones, powering 16.9 homes' electricity for one year, or taking 223,029 car miles off the road
CAYP Psychology are proud to take important steps into climate action with our Climate Positive Workforce.
In 2023, for every appointment that we completed, we planted a tree in one of our own CAYP Psychology forests. We have planted mangroves in Madagascar, helped restore forests in Kenya, planted forest gardens in Uganda, supported reforestation projects in Mozambique, helped restore Andean polylepis forests in Peru and aided reforestation in Tanzania.
For every review left, we planted 50 trees and offset one tonne of carbon dioxide. Our climate actions have contributed to the first ever wind power projects in Honduras and in Mexico. We have supported deforestation projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo and helped the transition from fossil fuels to waste biomass in Chile. We have contributed to the world's largest photovoltaic (solar electricity) park in Egypt and a new photovoltaic park in Vietnam and helped to develop wind farms in South Africa and Thailand. We have helped to generate electricity from landfill gas in Brazil, provided high efficiency cookstoves in Kenya and Tanzania and protected biodiversity reserves in Peru. Most recently, we have helped to protect the rainforests of Brazil.-
We also take steps to be a paper-free service.
In August 2021, a UN Children's Fund report detailed that half the world’s 2.2 billion children are at an “extremely high risk” from the impacts of climate change. The psychological impact is alarming: there are very close relationships between the emotional and psychological wellbeing of Children, Adolescents and Young People, and the environment. We want to take steps, even just a couple of small steps, toward helping reduce this burden.