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Child Therapists needed to work in Brighton primary schools

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Dolphin House Charity is looking to contract self-employed, qualified child therapists to

work in a number of primary and nursery schools in Brighton.

This is a great opportunity to join Dolphin House and be part of a well established charity

that has been providing treatments and therapies for babies, children and young people irrespective of their families’ ability to pay for nearly 30 years.

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Rose Maxwell Arrives

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Rose Maxwell Arrives at Brighton Therapy Service

A short while ago, an announcement was made here on the Brighton Therapy Service web site that Rose Maxwell was joining with Michele Karban. Well, I have arrived and I must say, I’m thrilled to be a part of this project. Michele and I both think that together, we can offer a wider range of expertise and skills to people who might be thinking about therapy for their child or for themselves.

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Rose Maxwell Joins BTS

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Welcome Rose Maxwell

Brighton Therapy Service is excited to announce that Rose Maxwell is joining Michele Karban on  brightontherapyservice.co.uk.  Whilst Rose and Michele are both independent therapists, by joining together online a more comprehensive range of information, services and opportunities will be available to visitors to the web site. Read More»

Dolphin House Charity

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A Great Donation!

This week Dolphin House charity received a generous donation from the Robin Hood pub in Brighton. This donation will go towards supporting the valuable work of the clinic which provides Homeopathy, Osteopathy, Acupuncture and  Creative Arts Therapy (Integrative  Arts Psychotherapy) to children  at their clinic in New Road and in their Outreach projects across the city. Read More»

Summer Holidays

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School Holidays

The majority of schools are breaking up this week for the Summer Holidays. This time of year can be particularly difficult for young people and their families. A change in the routine can be unsettling and   some young people may experience anxiety in the following weeks due to the changes the new term will bring, especially if this involves changing school. Read More»