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    Clinic Office: 07484 717 481

COVID-19 Response

Due to current advice from the Government regarding social distancing, the Aspire hospital-based clinics are currently closed for face to face appointments until further notice. Contact with the clinic can be made via email (office@aspirepsychologists.co.uk ), telephone (01242 574 646) or use the Contact Us function on this website. 

Our locations

Nuffield Hospital Cheltenham

Hatherley Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL51 6SY

The Manor Hospital Oxford

Beech Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX3 7RP

Harley Street London

10 Harley Street
Marylebone
London
W1G 9PF

Our publications

Children and young people make progress at different rates and have different ways in which they learn best. Our psychologists are specifically trained to help those children or young people who are experiencing a range of difficulties that can impact negatively on young people’s lives.

Many of these difficulties are referred to as developmental disorders and include dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, attention difficulties (ADD/ADHD), social communication difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders.

Often parents and teachers refer a young person because of their evident difficulties that affect their learning, their ability to demonstrate their true ability (in tests/examinations), their participation in school, college or university activities, their confidence, their social interactions, their future choices (for employment), their lives in general.

For many young people, timely assessment by a psychologist which leads to appropriate support/intervention can be ‘life-changing’.