Who we are

Silbers CIC is a collection of experienced and qualified professionals.

Shona Prasad

Integrative Child Psychotherapist (UKCP reg) and has a Social Work background who specializes in working with children who have experienced trauma, attachment difficulties, emotional and behavioral problems and supporting their parents/carers to meet their needs.

Richard Gould

Ecologist and outdoor educator specializing in nature conservation, wildlife, bushcraft, nature awareness and forest school. He aims to help people develop a solid core of nature skills, nature awareness and nature connection to enhance their lives and their work.

James Silbers

Has a passion for BMX and mentoring children and young adults who have additional Learning Needs and/or Disability by using his private halfpipe ramp and land as a vehicle to benefit their lives. James uses the Nurtured Heart Approach with his 1-2-1 mentoring clients. The Nurtured Heart Approach makes a huge difference to those children and young people who show behavioural, emotional and anxiety related symptoms – almost always without the need for long-term mental health treatment. James has a neurodiverse child.

Amanda Cox

Amanda Cox has spent the last sixteen years working in a refuge, supporting women and children who have been affected by domestic abuse. She is also a mum to two teenage boys,and tries to do her best as a parent. She enjoys nature and animals as well as being with people.

Anita Hempenius

Anita is an experienced class teacher, learning support teacher, and SENDCo who is qualified to assess for exam access arrangements (PAPAA). She has worked mainly with pre-teens and teens and specialises in working with non-neurotypical thinkers, particularly those with ADHD, using a strengths-based approach to identify and practice processing modalities that are unique to each child. She brings creativity and beauty into all her work.

Nakimo Kitaura

With her unique techniques, Namiko aims to visualize the almost invisible aspects of the human condition that lie below the physical, and their juxtaposition in a symbolic and metaphorical way: passion in depression, comfort in sadness, tranquility in chaos and beauty in ugliness. Her main theme has been related to people’s DNA level memories, the transience of life, and beauty of this transience.