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Child & Family Support

Child and family support
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Paris Psychology Centre offers a comprehensive service for problems affecting babies, children, adolescents and parents. 

Whatever your family is facing, we're here to help... 

Therapy with a Child Psychologist

Gabrielle Gane BSc, MCP

Gabrielle is a British-Filipino therapist who works with children and early adolescents (13 and under), and treats a wide range of mental health issues, including: 

  • Emotional Awareness and Regulation Difficulties

  • Third-Culture Kid Challenges

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety and Worry

  • Dealing with Parental Separation

  • Behavioural Difficulties

  • Self-Esteem Issues

  • Friendship and Social Challenges

  • Parent and Family Support

  • Adolescent Issues


Gabrielle has availability on Tuesday, Friday and also Saturday – to make it easier for families to attend sessions.

Any questions? Ask Gabrielle at 

Kathy Martin BSc, MCP

Kathy is a British psychologist who specialises in mother-baby issues, and also sees adolescents (aged 14 and over) and couples. She  has 20 years of experience helping people with problems such as: 

  • Preconception consultation

  • Ante-natal and post-partum issues (including depression and anxiety)

  • Attachment and relational difficulties with a new baby

  • Mindfulness techniques for new mothers

  • Maternal self-care and self-esteem

  • Managing newborn sleep challenges

  • Relationship issues in the postpartum period


Kathy has availability on Friday afternoons and Saturdays.

Any questions? Ask Kathy at 

Expert Assessment & Diagnosis

Caitlin Dawes BSc, MCNP

Our clinical neuropsychologist Caitlin Dawes can give detailed expert assessment and provide reports for a range of concerns, including: 

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Learning Disorders

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Dyslexia

  • Dyscalculia (difficulty understanding numbers)

  • Problems with memory
  • Giftedness
  • Ability Assessment (including WISC assessment)​​


Caitlin also offers therapy to help manage any difficulties arising from neurodevelopmental issues (such as ADHD).


Any questions? Ask Caitlin at 

Fees, payment, insurance, etc.

  • How much does a session cost?  

Our standard fee for a therapy session is 140€. Most people have weekly sessions, but less regular sessions are also possible, and just as effective in the long run. Session length is 50 minutes.​

  • What about neuropsychological assessment? ​

The fee for neuropsychological assessment depends on the complexity of the assessment and the report required. The price range for assessment is generally between 500€-1000€. For instance, a WISC assessment is 600€. 


  • How do we pay for sessions?  ​

We accept payment by credit card or cash at the end of each in-person session. For online payments, a link will be sent to pay via credit card after the session. Direct deposit via bank transfer is also possible. We do not accept cheque.  

  • Will my insurance cover the sessions? ​

Many of our patients have their sessions reimbursed with private insurance (mutuelle). The level of reimbursement depends on your specific contract. So if you have an insurer, it might be worth getting in touch with them to see what you’re entitled to. All our psychologists are fully registered to work with insurance, and we are happy to provide any documentation you might need to facilitate this process. Some the insurers we currently work with include:



  • Is it covered with a carte vitale? ​

Unfortunately, psychology sessions are not covered under the government health (carte vitale) system in France. We're hoping the French government introduces legislation to recognise the importance of psychological services, in line with the practices of many other developed nations.  

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