Caroline Logsdail MA UKCP

Integrative Child Psychotherapist

Caroline trained at The Institute for Arts and Therapy in Education and gained her masters degree in Integrative Child Psychotherapy. She went on to complete a years training in Jungian and Post-Jungian Sandtray and Cultural Perspectives. The focus of her arts based child psychotherapy practice is on early therapeutic intervention with children and adolescents from the ages of 4-21 enabling them- and their families- to make sense of their world and to live the happiest and best lives they can. Caroline recently pioneered a schools based programme for parents, Parent Conversations, which offers practical solutions for everyday problems. Caroline works closely with families to help strengthen the child-parent relationship and offer strategies to help with re-building communication and self-confidence.

Traumatic experiences can leave a child feeling unsafe or overwhelmed and it can be hard for them to put into words their thoughts and feelings. Using talk, play and the arts can help children discover for themselves a different perspective in respect to their problems. The child is not in therapy to be fixed and made better like a broken toy but can, by using their own verbal or non-verbal language, enhance both their physical and mental wellbeing. Caroline’s work draws on therapeutic theories as well as common sense, play and humour.

Caroline is part of the team at The Recovery Centre, she works in private practice and in schools. Prior to working as a psychotherapist, Caroline was involved with Contemporary Art for over 20 years.
She has three children, four cats and a dog called Rothko….




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