How We Can Help
Cura offers a wide range of high quality psychology services to individuals, families and organisations.
Psychological theory can help you to gain a new perspective on a difficulty, provide resources for coping and build resiliency. Cura accepts referrals for therapy from solicitors and case handlers and has particular expertise in the fields of trauma and abuse following personal injury.
Our neuropsychological and rehabilitation specialist can also assist with trauma following head injury. If you are a family seeking advice and want to know more about how child psychology can help you then our child psychology page will give you more details on what Cura can offer. Cura have affiliations with allied professionals such as speech and language therapists. We can if needed create a 'team around' a child to deliver a bespoke service best suited to your particular needs.
Are you an organisation such as a school, residential or care home or Local Authority/nursing Team struggling to understand a child or individual's complex and or worrying behaviour? Or perhaps a parent or carer trying to make sense of their child's behaviour? You may be concerned about the impact of this upon staff/other pupils or home life? A psychological perspective upon the difficulties can be invaluable. Dr Earley and Dr Brennan use up to date theory and practical advice to reduce anxiety and give a fresh perspective and way forward with difficulties. Consultations to teams or to parents/carers can be booked as 'one off' appointments or as regular monthly or weekly slots.Find out more
Dr Earley and Dr Brennan have provided training to social workers, residential staff, schools, doctors and nurses. Bespoke packages can be tailored to your staff's needs. Whole day, half day and longer packages are available. Dr Earley has trained extensively on research such as trauma and attachment difficulties, staff stress and secondary trauma, managing complex behaviour and resiliency in young people.Find out more
Cura offers educational assessment, IQ assessment, developmental and play assessments. Cura assessments include a written report and feedback to you. Psychology assessments can help to explain a child's struggles in school and identify issues that might be missed in a busy classroom. Problems with memory or concentration can be uncovered and strategies suggested to support the child and/or school.Find out more
Perhaps you need an assessment of family dynamics, sibling relationships or are interested in the attachment and bonding between a mother and child? Dr Earley at Cura is an expert witness in the family courts. She carries out psychological assessments of both adults and children. She can help with questions about the impact of drug, alcohol or parental mental health upon a child's functioning and behaviour. She can advise on therapeutic approaches for working with parents can on the likelihood of improvements in parenting functioning in relation to children's needs. Cura also works with families on the brink of care and can offer therapy to families directly (see our child psychology page). If you require an assessment on parental capacity or a neuropsychological issue Cura also offers services in these specialisms. Please see our professional page for further details of medico legal work.Find out more