Autism Support Children

When your child was diagnosed with autism, you likely had mixed feelings. A diagnosis can offer relief, but it can also be daunting.


With the right support, you can help your child live a full life, and learn how to better manage how you and the rest of the family traverse the challenges.

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What Is Autism Support For Children?

Autism support at Phinity aims to help children who experience autism, manage their symptoms, wherever they lie on the autism spectrum, whether they experience mild or severe autism, or Asperger’s.


The experience of autism will be different for each child, and it can sometimes be different for girls, compared with boys. Support will help your child to experience their symptoms in less disruptive ways, to help them improve socialising, and their abilities to communicate and interact with others.


They may be limited in ways, for example, not having many hobbies or interests and feeling the need to repeat behaviours.  All of these things contribute to their overall wellbeing and experience of life. Support aims to help your child build their world, such that they can take enjoyment and feel included.

About Autism Support For Children At Phinity Therapy

At this time, we do not test for autism, however we can help support your child therapeutically if they have a diagnosis.


For example, we offer psychological treatment for autism in the form of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). This entails understanding your child’s thoughts and feelings, and how these impact their behaviour and overall wellbeing. This will also enlighten to areas which may benefit from the attention.  For example, communication skills, social interaction skills, imaginative play skills, and academic skills. The aim is to help your child develop their strengths and talents.


It is about helping your child live with autism in the best way possible, by gaining skills, and confidence as they progress through life. Your child can learn to live a happier life.  We recommend weekly therapy sessions, which last 50 minutes.

Benefits Of Autism Support For Children
  • Improved communication skills


  • Improved social interaction



  • Reduction of frustration for your child, and others around them


  • The ability to build on their strengths


  • Increased confidence


What Issues Can Autism Support For Children Help With?

Autism support can help your child to develop skills that will make communication and social interaction less difficult. This can improve their emotional experience and confidence, as they experience a reduction in frustration from themselves and others, also improving relationships. Your child can learn to live more fully, and to feel generally happier – impacting the whole family system in a positive way.

Does Phinity Therapy Provide Autism Support For Children Near Me?

We offer autism support for children in Birmingham.  Phinity Therapy also serve other cities and countries through our network of qualified therapists.  Online therapy is also available, catering for those who cannot reach our clinic or have busy schedules.


Make a commitment to taking control and living the life you want and deserve.  Start by booking your Free Initial Consultation Today and speak to one of our friendly principal therapists about your concerns and desired goals.


You can alternatively fill in our contact form located on our About Us page, or give us a call.


*Due to limited time slot availability caused by high demand, we now offer only one Free Initial Consultation for prospective clients, further conversations are charged at our normal rate.

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