Welcome to the Asperger’s & Autism Clinic
We are a specialist team of Clinical Psychologists at Hampshire & Surrey Psychology who are fully qualified to assess and diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder for adults and adolescents aged 16+ years. Additionally, regardless of whether or not a diagnosis is given, we offer psychological therapy for individuals and families affected by these conditions.
We are able to provide a high quality assessment, counselling and therapy service for people diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and their families, to aid in making day to day living easier. We work in a collaborative manner, working with the client and their family to gain a full understanding of the difficulties they are experiencing and determine the most effective way forward. We believe that by giving out clients choice about the treatment that they receive we can empower them and give them confidence. Our approach is therefore always flexible and geared to suit the needs of the client.
Who We Can Help
How Can We Help?
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How do I make an appointment?
The first step is to call us on 01420 540274 or fill in the form below. We always try to respond to contact form messages within the day.
Our helpful and friendly practice administration staff will ask you some initial questions about what you would like help with and which location or locations you could come to. They will also talk with you about which of our psychologists will be most appropriate and their availability.
Once you have decided who you’d like to see we will arrange a suitable time for you to talk to each other. Ideally this will be within a day or two. This is a great opportunity to ask any questions or address concerns that you may have before making an appointment.
We know that it is not always easy to get to the point of making the decision to contact someone for help. Louisa and Janet are there to help you through the process of finding the right person to speak to.
You will be asked for some personal details during this process. All information shared with us will always be treated in the strictest confidence. Needless to say, all our people are registered with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) under the Data Protection Act (1998).
What happens next?The initial assessment appointment.
The next step is to meet with your Psychologist or Psychotherapist for an initial consultation or assessment. You should usually allow around an hour to an hour and a half.
The purpose of this session is for you to be able to explain what you would like help with, ask questions, provide some background history and define your goals for therapy. We also discuss the most effective course of therapy, how it would work, what you can expect from us and what would be expected of you.
At the initial assessment we will be able to give you a more accurate idea of the duration and cost of your therapy.
Please fill in all the fields below. It may seem like we're asking for a lot of information but we will call you back to help decide the best course of actions.