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08 Jul What a day!

We had the privilege of providing a days training for Beverley School for Autism in Middlesbrough just recently. The day focused on Attachment and Trauma and we loved every minute! All attendee’s seemed to really embrace the subject, which to us is the foundations of our work when providing therapy to the children and families that we work with.


Child Psychotherapist Gill Murray helping to explain and explore the similarities between attachment difficulties and autism in children.



Attachment is an odd sort of subject, one where wesomehow feel we ‘know’ about it or that attachment happens naturally to each and every one of us, yet the more we understand the complications and barriers to attachment (especially trauma) then very often we realise that this simply isn’t the case.


The Inspire2Learn venue in Eston (Middlesbrough) was a great venue and we were all looked after very well. We’d recommend this to anyone wishing to hold any event in the Middlsbrough area.



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15 Jul At last it’s here!

Welcome to our brand new website and welcome to Child & Adolescent Therapy Solutions. Please feel free to explore our site and send us any
feedback via our ‘contact us’ page.


It’s been a very busy year since becoming a registered company in September 2013. We’ve been busy working with kids and families and also attending training and seminars. Two seminars worth a mention are Dr Renee Marks’s ‘Taming the Tiger – Trauma in Children’ and ‘EMDR for complex trauma and dissociation’. Anyone that knows us will be aware that at CATS we have a keen interest in attachment, trauma and dissociation and the development of neuroscience in therapy, so these seminars were of particular interest.


We’ve worked really hard over the last two years to make sure CATS gets off the ground and have met some extremely supportive and like-minded people who share our passion and commitment to working with children. We would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone for your support in what we are trying to achieve, so to all schools, social workers, therapists, supervisors, governors, designers, friends, family and all children that we work with – THANK YOU!


David & Liliana

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