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Stephen's Place - Therapy for children affected by domestic violence

Stephen’s Place Children’s Centre is part of the Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) and provides a range of specialist services for children, young people and families. 

We help children from as young as three, up to age 17. We work with play therapy for young children, and creative arts as well as talking for older children and young people.  All the sessions are at local, safe and child-friendly venues. 

Our therapists are psychologists who are greatly experienced in helping children and young people who have lived with domestic violence. We make sure that children take things at their own pace. 

Appointments are usually once a week.  A session lasts 50 minutes and usually takes place between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. We usually see children for up to five months.

If you would like your son or daughter to see us, we meet you first for an assessment. This is to make sure that therapy is the right option at this point, and to also discuss confidentiality in how we work.   We aim to give children a certain level of confidentiality, for example, so we don’t discuss the details of their sessions. 

Service details

Referral required?
Yes

When is it on

Session Information
By appointment only - please contact us

Where to go

Name of venue
Stephens Place Childrens Centre,
Venue address
65 Aspenlea Road
London
Postcode
W6 8LH

Who to contact

Telephone
020 8748 8298
Email
info@dvip.org
Website
www.dvip.org
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