Our Services

An overall view of what we offer.

Autism Spectrum
Disorder (ASD)




MindCalm specialise in working with children and young people diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and anxiety issues. I offer evidence-based interventions using gold standard protocols, providing individualised support to young people and their families.

MindCalm have created a safe, non-judgemental environment for you to talk about your concerns.

Who We Help?

Children And Young People

Families Affected by Autism and Anxiety


How To Work With Us?



You can self-refer to our service. However, it’s preferable to seek a GP referral and access a Mental Health Care Plan. This means you can then access up to 20 partially rebated sessions each year.


Intake Consultation

MindCalm arrange an initial intake consultation to explore symptoms and concerns and to gather background information. Depending on your specific concerns and the age of the young person, the initial consultation is usually with the parents only. However, if appropriate the young person can also be part of this consultation.

Don’t worry if you’re not sure what information to share. Throughout the session the various questions are designed to help us develop a clearer idea of what’s going on.



Intervention is evidenced-based and tailored to meet the individual needs of the young person and their family. For young children, intervention might be entirely through the parents.

Mindcalm supports families as they develop an understanding of their child’s difficulties. This understanding empowers parents to respond therapeutically to emotional and behavioural dysregulation. In turn, this reduces the child’s anxiety and creates more engagement and compliance.

Older children benefit from a combined approach – individual sessions along with key parental support. Initially, MindCalm spend time with the young person to get to know them. This helps us to develop a trusting therapeutic relationship. We engage in activities such as art, crafts and games to encourage them to relax and feel safe enough to engage.

As rapport develops, we focus on enhancing emotional literacy and empowering the young person to understand and express their emotions. This increases emotional and behavioural regulation and supports the development of effective coping strategies.