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Complementary Therapies used to be known as Alternative therapies. Its new name serves as an indication that many of these therapies may help children who are also receiving more traditional mainstream therapies.

The therapies detailed below are those suggested by parents and current users. Only a short list has been provided at this stage but the section will grow as we receive more information from parents and carers. If you are interested please do your research carefully and seek advice from as many people as possible.

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ABA (Interventions for children with Autism)

What is ABA? "Applied" means practice, rather than research or philosophy. "Behavior analysis" may be read as "learning theory,... Read More »


bibic offers practical family partnerships and through our assessment of your child, following which they can provide subsequent c... Read More »

Blooming Tree

Blooming Tree is the first ABA clinic in London and is dedicated to children with Autism, Low-functioning (LFA) or High-functioni... Read More »

Brain Gym

020 8202 3141

Brain Gym¨ is an educational, movement based programme which uses simple movements to integrate the whole brain, senses and body, ... Read More »

Buteyko Breathing Association

The Buteyko Breathing Association is a non-profitmaking organisation committed to improving the health of asthmatics and those wi... Read More »

Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy

0207 490 5510

Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment which works with the structure and function of the body.  The maintenance of ... Read More »

Music Therapy

Music therapy is based on the understanding that all people have an innate responsiveness to music, that this instinct can remain... Read More »

National Institute of Conductive Education

0121 449 1569

The Foundation for Conductive Education is a national charity established in 1986 to bring Conductive Education from Hungary to th... Read More »