I have a teaching background but after twenty-five years in the classroom I decided to study for a degree in psychology. Following graduation I trained as a therapist in the field of education and have over ten years' experience working with individual children and families. I see myself as a facilitator able to offer an attuned parenting experience allowing parents and children to work together in their home to achieve a positive outcome.
Harding A. K. (2004). Have I Got the Right Hat On? Using Transactional Analysis to Deliver High-quality Individual Tuition. In G. Barrow & T. Newton (eds), Walking the Talk: How Transactional Analysis is Improving Behaviour and Raising Self-Esteem (pp46-56). London: David Fulton.
Harding A. K. (2007). Righting the skew in the stack. Counselling children and young people September 2009, pp 52-55.
Harding A. K. (2008). In Attachment; the school counsellor's role, Case study 3; Transactional Analysis. Counselling children & young people March 2008, p7.
Harding A. K. (2009). In But what if...? Case study 3: Transactional Analysis. Counselling children and young people December 2009, p8.
Harding A. K. (2016). A Toolkit for Every Child. Business and Industry Today (Online) 308, 7.