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Schools & Professionals

We are a leading independent provider of local children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing services, with a dedicated, committed, and enthusiastic children’s workforce of over 40 qualified psychological therapists and trainees.

We deliver quality focused evidence-based therapies and support over 3500 children, young people and families each year. Commissioned through various funding streams, including Local Authorities, schools, and the Tees Valley ICB and overseen through the Mental Health & Learning Disability Partnership we also lead on the Hartlepool and Stockton National Trailblazer for Mental Health Support Teams.

How can we help?


As part of the national trailblazer to improve children’s mental health services, we are supporting educational settings to develop their whole school and college approach to mental health and well-being through consultation and the delivery of evidence based psychological therapies whilst supporting the development of pathways to external services including our specialist CaMHS Services.

Click here to see if your school is part of this initiative.


In partnership with Changing Futures North East, Alliance also leads on a local Getting Help offer supporting an additional 17 educational settings across Stockton and Hartlepool. It provides educational settings with professional therapies for children and young people.

Click the link below to see if your school is part of this initiative.


“Clinical Support, rooted in trauma informed care.”

Clinical Supervision

Are you a therapist who could benefit from relational and reflective supervision, drawing on a humanistic integrative approach?

Reflective Supervision & Consultation

Do you work in an Education Establishment, wanting to understand child development and attachment?


Our in-school counselling service can be bought-in by schools within the region to offer additional therapy and support. All of our counsellors have accreditations with BACP, BABCP, UKCP, BPS or other recognised professional organisations and maintain a managed portfolio of continuous professional development (CPD).


WellBeings Primary is a science-backed programme to help to prepare today’s children for tomorrow’s world by building resilient, balanced and happy minds at home and school.

Suitable for Primary school children of all abilities, this fun, simple and effective programme can be delivered as your whole-school wellbeing programme or can compliment your existing programmes.

If you are an existing Partner school, you can gain access to a range of psychoeducational workshops, staff CPD and resources through our school portal which can be accessed here.

To find out more, become a partner school or to access your school’s log in details, please contact us on 01642 352747 Option 2.


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If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.

Our full GDPR and Data Processing policy for customers can be found by following this link: Link to GDPR Policy