Founder of Active Autism, She specialises in creating therapeutic behavioural programs in both English & Arabic for individuals with neurological disorders
Educational psychologists work with children and young people usually between 0-19 years of age experiencing difficulties. For example, to promote learning, develop emotional, social and behavioural skills and support psychological development. They work mainly in consultation with parents, teachers, social workers, doctors, education officers and other people involved in the education and care of children and young people.
Deborah Colson has been specialising in nutritional support for cognitive and neurological health and well-being since 2002. Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based therapy, which is complementary to medicine and other therapies and involves managing nutritional and biochemical factors which impact health. Deborah provides detailed assessment of nutritional status that can contribute to psychiatric and neurological symptoms including cognitive decline, ADHD and autistic spectrum disorders, mo
Dr Al Khalaf is a consultant psychiatrist, dual registered for general and older adults psychological problems. He is recognised as an expert in cognitive impairment, and has done research in this field. He has a general practice diagnosing and treating mental illness with a particular interest in dementia.
Physiotherapy and Pilates consists of seven physiotherapists, one podiatrist and five Pilates instructors. Collectively and individually we have a wealth of knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems and the design and implementation of rehabilitative, corrective and functional exercise programmes. Our complimentary skill mix ensures each client receives high quality, effective treatments and training programmes which are continuously monitored, adapted and progressed.
occupational Therapist Team
Our Occupational Therapists facilitate the acquisition of self-help, play, and learning skills for infants and children by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral and cognitive skills.
Art Therapist Team
Art therapy is a psychotherapy wherein patients use art in varying ways. The most common way is to escape from the stress of illness or disability. It is also used as a symbolic language. With the help of the therapist, the child deciphers the meaning of the picture and discusses the underlying issues that inspired the artwork. No matter how it is used, art therapy can be a creative outlet for children struggling with the circumstances of their lives.