Schools, Practitioners & Training


Msc in Play Therapy

With Kids in collaboration with Queen Margaret University are offering an Msc in Play Therapy. Play Therapy is a recognised means of helping children express their feelings and deal with emotional problems, using play as the main communication tool. This psycho-dynamic part-time 3 year course runs one day a week and prepares students for working in a variety of statutory, voluntary and private sectors as a Play Therapist.

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Services to Schools

With Kids works in partnership with a number of nurseries and schools providing a service that is sensitive to the needs of the education system, supports teachers AND works in unison with families. At the moment we are based in Glasgow, Edinburgh and West Lothian. 

This includes one to one and group therapeutic sessions and support is also offered to the wider family to help in building confidence and strategies to meet the challenges that can be faced.  

A member of With Kids staff is based part time in the school to build long-term relationships with staff, children and families. 

We provide:

  • Therapy
  • Group Work
  • Parent groups
  • Parent/child groups


Staff Training

We have also developed and delivered a number of trainings to staff in nurseries and schools. These are tailor made to respond to the needs of individual schools. If you would like to discuss the possibility of training within your own school please get in contact with Gwen Galbraith: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Training & Consultations:

With Kids have developed and delivered a number of training programmes and consultations for nurseries, schools, education and both statutory and voluntary agencies. This is a bespoke service which responds to the specific needs of each situation and creates a tailor-made package. If you would be interested in training or a consultation please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 



If you have concerns about a child and you think therapy may be suitable then please contact us.