Our Mission Statement
To support positive mental health and well being
To provide creative and modern sessions suited to the individual or group
To support literacy through Read To Archie in fun engaging sessions
To offer outstanding customer service and training responding effectively to customer needs
Archie Therapy Ltd
Archie Therapy Ltd is well know in the North West of England as an outstanding provider of training for schools introducing their own dogs. As featured in many local and national newspapers, books and local news. Archie Therapy strive to support social and emotional well being for all students amongst some of the most vulnerable young people by supporting schools to introduce well trained staff and dogs with a wide range of interventions and good practice.
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- Likeliness to recommend course 100% 100%
- Was the presenter highly knowledagable 100% 100%
- Did the course meet your objectives and expectations 100% 100%
Director / Animal Assisted Therapist
Director of the company and Animal Assisted Therapist. Meg is a Deputy Head Teacher at a school specialising in social, emotional and mental health needs. Her high delivery of training and sessions resulted in her nominated for Young Entrepreneur of the Year in the North West.
Archie has undergone training based on positive rewards. It is clear to everyone who meets Archie just how much he enjoys his role. Archie has appeared in the Guardian Newspaper and on BBC North West. A real local celebrity. Archie still attends school on a daily basis and often makes an appearance at our ‘Introducing a School Dog’ training .
Animal Assisted Therapist
Have you got what it takes to join Archie Therapy Limited? Archie Therapy Limited is looking for a new therapist to join in order to cope with demand. Please contact us to demonstrate your suitability for the role.
Have you got what it takes to join Archie Therapy Limited? Archie Therapy Limited is looking for a training assistant to join in order to cope with demand. Please contact us to demonstrate your suitability for the role.