Here at Broad Horizons we welcome referrals from professionals, adult self-referrals, parents and carers of children and young people. We offer a range of Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Interventions, Assessments, Clinical Supervision and Trainings all under one roof.


Broad Horizons is one of the original centers in the region that specialise in developmental and relational trauma for children and young people. We focus in working with complex issues such as developmental trauma, complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), dissociation and adaptive attachments in children and families where the child is looked after in care or in post-adoption. However, this is by no means exclusive and self-referrals for adults or children are very much welcomed. All referrals are reviewed by our Clinical Lead to ensure that the appropriate therapist and skill set is matched to your needs.

We pride ourselves on adopting a holistic family approach to our work with children and young people and are inclusive of multi-agency working and being proactive as part of the team around the child and family to provide the best possible outcomes for children, young people and families.


Here you can find out a little about each of us. All our Therapists are BACP or BAPT registered, and between them have a vast skill- set obtained from years of experience previous to Broad Horizons.

We have strict guidelines that we all work to here at Broad Horizons, take a look at our guidelines

from the European Society on Trauma and Dissociation (ESTD) by clicking this button. 

Claire Harrison-Breed

Managing Director

Dr Ferdinando Salamino (Ferdy)

Systemic Family Therapist

Sophie McLatchy


Káren Clements


Tammy Enright


Sarah Noble-Kendrick

Clinical Lead

Elisa Gusmini (Ellie)

Systemic Family Therapist

Jo Jackson


Claire Erskine


Demelza Munnelly (Demi)

Office Manager

Amy Daroux


Luke Ward


Rebecca Vivash


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