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Speech therapy & counselling for
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Sometimes children and young people need a little help and that's okay, we’re here to help.
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Helping children to reach their potential

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School Services

Supporting the mental health and communication needs of your students can feel like a daunting task. Don't worry, we're here to help! We deliver therapy to students, training to staff and share information with everyone involved. We do the therapy, so you can get back to teaching.

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Private Counselling

If your child is struggling with their mental health you can feel powerless, not knowing how to help them or where to turn. Our team of fully-qualified, experienced counsellors are here to help. They're experts in working with children and young people and can help to support your family.

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Private Speech Therapy

Finding children's speech and language support often involves long waiting lists and complex referrals. Not with us. We have a UK-wide network or specialists ready to help. Our creative, game-based platform makes sessions fun and engaging, leading to better outcomes and happier children.

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Getting the right help

No child left behind

At Mable Therapy, we believe that no child deserves to be left behind. Too many children are languishing on waiting lists, don’t meet the criteria or are stuck seeing a therapist who doesn’t have the right specialism. It’s our mission to remove these barriers, so children can get the support they need, when they need it.

Pioneers in supporting children

What makes us different?

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There’s no waiting list

We don’t believe in long waiting lists or complex referral processes. Children are able to see a therapist within days of being referred, meaning they can get the help they need, when they need it.

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Experienced therapists

Our UK-wide specialists are recruited based on our robust criteria of experience, qualifications and child-friendly personality. There's no trainees or volunteers, meaning a high-standard of therapy is guaranteed.

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Transparent communication

We build strong relationships, making schools and parents feel part of the therapeutic process. Our software collects, collates and communicates information from the sessions, meaning it can be shared quickly and efficiently with everyone involved.

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A hybrid approach to therapy

Mable uses a 'hybrid' approach to therapy. Sessions take place online but our therapists teach activities and techniques to use in real life. This offers the best of both worlds: a fun, interactive environment for therapy, where strategies are modelled and honed so they can be applied to the real world. 

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Informed by scientific research

Our approach is based on extensive research into achieving the best therapeutic outcomes with children. Our creative, game-based platform is designed to reduce anxiety and enhance engagement and motivation. Read our White Paper.

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Creative, engaging technology

Our platform has creative resources, games and activities for a variety of ages. All of our software is designed to keep children motivated and engaged, in order to improve the therapeutic outcomes.

Who we are

We are Mable,
we’re here to help

Mable Therapy has been working with children for six years and we've helped thousands of children with their mental health and communication skills. Supporting children is what we do best, and we're here to help you in any way we can.

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Mable's Blog

Thoughts from our experts

Play-Based Speech Therapy: What is it and what are the benefits?

Play-Based Speech Therapy: What is it and what are the benefits?

What is play-based speech and language therapy? Play-Based Speech and Language Therapy is a form of treatment, delivered in a playful and natural...

How to help a child overcome social anxiety

How to help a child overcome social anxiety

In the UK, 5 children in a class of 30 are now likely to have a mental health problem, the Children’s Society reports. The research portrays the...

Why might children and young people with SLCN be vulnerable to mental health difficulties?

Why might children and young people with SLCN be vulnerable to mental health difficulties?

As a Speech and Language Therapist who specialises in working with young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues, I often find my role...