wishful thinkingFamily Psychology Solutions is here for anyone who is struggling with family breakdown – children, parents, grandparents.  We are also here for adults who realise their childhood family life is having an impact on their well-being or relationships.  We mainly work with high conflict and acrimonious family breakdown.  Our focus is on establishing and maintaining healthy post-separation family relationships through therapeutic support and intervention.

shutterstock_315809600We also work with professionals who support families.  If you are a family support organisation, Local Authority, school, social worker, mediator, mental health provider, family court adviser or Court appointed guardian – you may find our range of services helpful.  We offer case consultation, training and CPD (including British Psychological Society approved training), clinical supervision and expert assessment for the Family Court.

As a social enterprise, we are committed to providing affordable, appropriate, accessible interventions and support.  Our compassionate approach brings high quality specialist psychological input to those who need it most – children and families in crisis.

Sue was a very engaging speaker who delivered her training with clarity, humour and interaction. I had a genuine lightbulb moment. Sue’s material was thorough and will be very useful in guiding my clients – be they mum or dad – on the impact of their acrimony on their children.

Tamara Glanvill, Woolley & Co, Solicitors

Your workshop on Parental Alienation was one of the best training sessions I have been to. It was well structured and there was valuable opportunity to discuss within session aspects of this perplexing presentation of parent and child behaviour. Practitioners and experts in the Court and Health Service arena need to be familiar with signs of parental alienation that could constitute further emotional abuse to children. This workshop certainly raised the profile of signs and indicators as well as the impact it can have on children and families, and that it is serious with long lasting consequences.


Safeguarding Advisor for Children & Young People, NHS Trust