Please click on the following links for resources we feel are connected to our project, mission or work. Please also feel free to contact us if you feel there are resources we might wish to add to this section. We hope to be adding to this section all the time.






The therapeutic trauma service for children and young people (and their families) uses therapeutic interventions recommended for the treatment of trauma, principally CBT and EMDR. This is recommended by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) for the treatment of trauma. NICE have more information and evidence on this here, although the evidence for effectiveness of therapeutic interventions with children is less clear and compelling.


Eye Movement Densensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a highly effective tool for the treatment of psychological trauma. More information can be found on EMDR here.


Click on the links for leaflets explaining EMDR for parents and for children and teenagers.


Follow the links below for some interesting recent academic papers on trauma (subscriptions may be required). Many of these have informed our work and approach to trauma.

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