What is included The Fund will pay for therapeutic support and services including but not restricted to: Therapeutic parenting training Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Theraplay Filial therapy Creative therapiesg. art, music, drama, play Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy(EMDR) Non-Violent Resistance(NVR) Sensory integration therapy/Sensory attachment therapy Multi Systemic Therapy Mentalisation Based Therapy Psychotherapy Extensive life story work with a therapeutic intervention (where therapy is used to help the young person understand and cope with the trauma and difficulties that their life story work might revisit) Short Breaks are in scope where they include a substantial element of eligible therapeutic therapies Specialist Assessment that meets all of the criteria below: An in-depth assessment of the child and family’s needs with a focus on trauma and attachment, and how this demonstrates the links to the assessment of support needs. Led and undertaken by a qualified clinician(s). For the purposes of the ASF, a qualified clinician would be someone who diagnoses and treats patients; is suitably qualified and is licensed to practice via a regulator such as the Health and Care Professional Council e.g. a trained Clinical Psychologist or Attachment Psychotherapist. Result in a therapeutic support plan for the child(ren) / family. The following are not in scope of the Fund: Standalone assessments for single conditions, e.g. ADHD, FASD, autism, sensory integration, unless they are part of a wider specialist assessment which meets the criteria for the Specialist Assessment FAL i.e. are in depth, covering trauma and attachment, led and undertaken by a qualified clinician and resulting in a therapeutic support plan. Standalone specialist assessments, including any baselining specialist assessments, are also out of scope of the Therapy Fair Access Limit. A general social work assessment of adoption/SGO support needs remains the responsibility of the local authority/regional adoption agency.