We are proud to say that we are quality approved providers for Redcar & Cleveland and Middlesbrough Local Authorities
We are a talented team of professional, qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. We take direct referrals from school nurses, GPs, social workers and families.
We are qualified to deliver a range of therapies and interventions such as:
- Eye Movement Desentisisation Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Dyadic Development Psychotherapy (DDP)
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Systemic Family Therapy
Underpinning all our work is the importance of attachment relationships and all our work is informed by attachment based therapy.
Business Development and Therapy Referral Intake Manager
NVQ Diploma in Advanced Business Management and Administration
Service Lead Therapist
MBACP. BA (Hons) Therapeutic Counselling. Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. 9 years’ experience working with children, young people and their families.
Dr Emma Dixon
Dr Emma Dixon - Consultant Clinical Psychologist. Emma L Dixon Clinical Psychology Ltd. (MA (Hons),D Clin Psychol, CPsychol, PG Cert, AFBPsS)
MA (Hons),D Clin Psychol, CPsychol, PG Cert, AFBPsS) Emma has over 20 years’ experience of working in the NHS in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS), Child Development Services and now in independent practice, providing specialist Clinical Psycho
Lead Behavioural Specialist and former Deputy Head of Redcar Academy
Dr Sue Pattison
Associated Director / Approved Clinical Supervisor and Associate Trainer. Author of the SAGE Handbook for Counselling Children and Young People
Dr Sue Pattison is a lecturer and researcher at Newcastle University and a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited Counsellor. She teaches and researches counselling internationally, with a special interest in children and
RGN,O.A.Dip CBT, BA Hons in Therapeutic counselling (2;1) MBACP (registered). I work with adults, young people and children with a special interest in children. I am an experienced bereavement counsellor and currently volunteer at Teesside Hospice Middle
Approved Clinical Supervisor
Bsc(hons) MSc MBACP (Senior accredited) MBABCP (Accredited)
Senior Accredited Counsellor
Diploma in Counselling, MA Counselling Children and Young People, Certificate in Supervision. Diploma in Counselling, Member of the BACP (accredited)
FdA counselling MBACP. Qualified . I am a member of the BACP and Registrant on the BACP register. I completed the FRIENDS resilience training for group work in 2016. I have a specialism in bereavement and loss.
FdA Counselling, MBACP BA (Hons) in Counselling Studies. Life Coaching. She is Cruse Bereavement Care trained and is qualified to work with adults and children and young people in this specialist area. FRIENDS facilitator.
Kelly achieved her BA (hons) in Therapeutic Counselling in 2017 and has worked for time4you since January 2016 working with both primary and secondary students .
I specialise in working with children with disabilities and autism.I qualified as an NLP practitioner and have recently qualified as a counsellor completing the Fda in counselling. I am currently studying a BA (Hons)in Therapeutic Counselling.
BA (hons) Counselling Studies. I specialise in therapeutic work with children and young people. Member of BACP.
PG dip in systemic practise BA(hons) in counselling. Ref MBACP MAFT
Carole Walker Jones
Senior Accredited Counsellor
BA(HONS) Therapeutic Counselling,Accredited
Director of ABC our partner agency
Director of ABC our partner agency.
We also have foundation degree students working on placement in schools.
- Newcomen Primary School
- Lakes Primary School
- Coatham Primary School
- Caedmon Primary School, Grangetown
- Greengates Primary School
- Thornaby Academy
- Whale Hill Primary School
- Lingdale Primary
- Lockwood Primary
- Whitecliffe Primary School
- Badger Hill Primary School
- Saltburn Primary
- Westgarth Primary
- Nunthorpe Primary Academy
- Laurence Jackson
- Galley Hill
Working With Parents
Key People supporting our service
A Time 4 You also works with parents, grandparents, and carers to help them cope with the difficulties in their own lives. One/one confidential counselling is offered either during or after school hours to suit. We actively encourage positive relationships and shared goals between, the school, the young person and/or parents/carers. We also work hard to help all understand the difficulties coping with Teenagers and Young people can bring and have recently offered a new course which parents, carers, grandparents can access Free of Charge to help them learn new ways to communicate with difficult teenagers or young people.