Video archive

Tenth anniversary celebration

An awards ceremony held in July 2011 at Denbies winery to celebrate the success of the Studio's first 10 years of operation.

Short version


Channel 4 News feature on genetic factors in ADHD

A report from Channel 4 News on Cardiff University's research into genetic factors affecting ADHD sufferers, featuring Studio member Leo Greenwood and his mum Rebecca.

Camelot assault course

Teamwork was the watchword when Studio members tackled the tyre wall, river traverse and raft building at the Camelot outdoor adventure centre near Newdigate.

Activities slideshow

A photographic round-up of some of the Studio's group activities that help to give its young people a sense of belonging and self-worth.

How The Studio works

Charity director and principal therapist Nancy Williams explains the ideas behind The Studio's approach to treating ADHD – with contributions from some of the young people who have benefited from its work.

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Annual report published

Our last two annual reports can be found on the menu under "About us".

The case for early intervention

PACE report

Our "Preventative Action is Cost-Effective" (PACE) report presents the economic and social arguments for providing early intervention and preventative services for children and young people with ADHD, high functioning autism and related learning disabilities in Surrey.

The Studio's multi-systemic approach has been shown to achieve positive outcomes in such cases and, as this report shows, it has the expertise to fill this gap in special needs provision.

View or download the PACE report.

CAMHS survey results


Following a period of research among parents, carers and young people who completed online surveys and attended stakeholder events across Surrey between July and October 2014, Surrey's Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) has produced its Engagement Report, which summarises key messages regarding perceived unmet needs and priorities for the service.

Family Voice

Family Voice Surrey

Family Voice Surrey (FVS) is the official Parent Carer Forum for Surrey, working with key decision-makers in education, health and social care to represent the families of children and young people with additional needs. You can read more about it on its website.

We urge you to sign up to be represented by FVS.