Welcome to Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy

Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy is an established private practice based in a comfortable therapy room at Hale Village Therapy Centre offering a broad range of therapies primarily for children and young people to explore and express themselves in a consistent, emotionally safe, non-judgemental and confidential space.

Natural transitional times throughout childhood and adolescent, may trigger more stress and confusion, these include changing schools, moving house, loss of a loved one or exams can cause excessive worry, anxiety and panic attacks.

Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy uses a variety of theoretical approaches and methods to develop a personalised course of psychotherapy and/or learning to suit each individual and preference. Sessions for parents are also available to support and assist with struggles or dilemmas around boundaries, effective communication and balancing responsibilities.

Therapies offered are listed below and address issues including emotional, behavioural, social, attachment and relational:

  • Talking Therapies with Cognitive/Behavioural Therapy
  • Solution Focused therapy
  • Sand tray Therapy
  • Animal Assisted Psychotherapy (AAP)
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy/Learning (EAP/L)
My son felt safe with Liz and respected her expertise. This was very important.

To find out more about the services provided by Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy, please email or phone to book an initial assessment session. This is an opportunity to find out more and decide if therapy is right for you and if so which route you choose. It is also an opportunity for you to meet with Liz Bunting and decide if she is the right Child Psychotherapist for you. This is important as the trusting relationship between you and your psychotherapist is an important factor in the success of the therapeutic process.

Liz is a provider for AVIVA and WPA for clients who have private health insurance.


Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy provides Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) from several beautiful and peaceful rural locations in Cheshire. The EAGALA model is practiced by the team who consist of a mental health professional Liz Bunting and an equine specialist Emily Cooke and several horses who work together to facilitate the EAGALA sessions. These take place in large covered and uncovered outdoor and indoor arenas or in spacious grassy pastures with herds of horses (weather dependent).

Liz has been fantastic in helping her getting back on her feet through the support, and therapeutic techniques she has taught her.

horseBoth EAP and EAL are ‘experiential’ meaning that participants learn about themselves and their interactions with others by participating in activities with the horses and then discussing their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Individual Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Sessions – these will likely be exploring issues in depth and may consist of around six sessions to be complimented with room therapy sessions.

Group Equine Assisted Learning Sessions – these are often short term, around six to eight sessions and may not require room sessions.

Both EAP/L either group or individual children, young people, parents, adults or parent and child can help with:

  • Anxiety, Panic attacks & Depression
  • Bereavement & Loss
  • Self esteem & Confidence
  • Raising awareness of unhelpful behaviours and give you tools to generate helpful behaviours
  • Assertiveness, Communication & Decision making
  • Developing healthy relationships
  • Setting and achieving goals & promote team-building
  • Finding effective ways of parenting – re-establishing boundaries and maintaining consistency

EAP/L has helped individuals and groups of children, teenagers and parents with their child struggling with relationships issues, negotiation of boundaries, trust and communication, consistency and bereavement. It has assisted their learning about their own behaviour and that of others, how tasks are approached or relationships developed and given them opportunities to make changes where they wish.


The Hale Village Therapy Centre

210a Ashley Road



Cheshire WA15 9SN

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Outdoor Clinic Arley Moss

Arley Moss Equestrian




Web: www.arleymossequestrian.co.uk

Sandy Lane Equestrian




Web: www.sandylane-equestrian.co.uk

Contact Details

Tel: 07970 920 805

Email: liz@kaleidoscopepsychotherapy.co.uk

Main Counselling Services

  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • Young Adults (up to age 25)

Issues Worked With

  • Abuse – emotional, physical & sexual
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement counselling
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Domestic violence
  • Exclusion from school
  • Forced marriage
  • Grief & loss
  • Imprisonment of family members
  • Loneliness
  • Looked after children or in foster care
  • Low confidence & self esteem
  • Panic attacks
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Stress
  • Trouble sleeping

Liz Bunting is an EAGALA Certified Professional. With 4,500 members in 50 nations, EAGALA Certified Professionals help people change their lives by practicing

The EAGALA Model: The Global Standard for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Personal Development. EAGALA Certified Professionals complete a rigorous training program, commit to evidence-based client solutions, utilize an exclusive team approach and operate with a strong code of ethics.

Liz Bunting with Kaleidoscope Psychotherapy is part of The EAGALA Network of more than 4,500 Mental Health Professionals and Equine Specialists in 50 countries. EAGALA professionals are trained and credentialed to offer The EAGALA Model exclusively to their clients. Horses are uniquely sensitive to the feelings of those around them and respond in ways which reflect aspects of ourselves and our relationships.

The EAGALA Model is an innovative, ethical set of best practices that builds on the human/horse connection to help people learn more about themselves and to use that learning to change their lives.