Face to face appointments at our Halifax clinic
With over 700,000 people living with autism across the UK, we recognised the need to supply face-to-face appointments at more locations. Waiting months for an autism diagnosis can be stressful and opening our Halifax clinic means private assessments are now more readily available.
Since opening our Halifax clinic in June 2023, we’ve been able to increase regional capacity and carry out hundreds of assessments. With our full range of assessments available, we are able to carry out assessments for both autism & ADHD as well as combinations of the two. Crucially, all assessments are available for both children and adults.
Our clinicians deliver fast, accurate diagnostic assessments to identify whether an individual has ASD or ADHD.
Why people choose us
- Your appointments will always be face to face
- Our assessment pathways follow national guidance from NICE
- You will only be seen by clinicians who are professionally regulated in their practice
- Your assessment will include at least one in-person appointment
- We use the best available tools to assist diagnosis
- You will be assessed by a multi-disciplinary team
- The outcome of the assessment will be recognised by external organisations
“Excellent and professional service from beginning to end. As a result, school have acted swiftly in response to our son’s diagnosis and recommendations in the report.”
“All the professionals we encountered were lovely, professional and very experienced/helpful. Would recommend this service, from start to finish the process took less than eight weeks and they offered convenient appointment times.”
“The assessment was a lot more robust then when I tried to do it through the NHS, and I was seen by multiple clinicians and their report was thorough.”
How to find us
Our Halifax clinic is located 8.4 miles west of Halifax in Hebden Bridge and is easily accessible by car, with public transport options also available to the clinic. There is no on-site parking, but the clinic where the road is located on is pay and display. Visitors can park for free in and around Nutclough Road, with some car parks being a short walk away from the clinic.
We strongly believe in equality of all individuals and identify as LGBTQ+ friendly, with gender neutral toilets. Our clinic is suitable for wheelchair users with excellent facilities and a welcoming reception team who are happy to assist with any visitor queries.
The Hebden Therapy Centre
9 Wragley House
Our Hebden Bridge Clinic is located opposite the Medical Centre.
Halifax clinic FAQs
Our Halifax clinic is located west of Halifax town centre in Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire and is one of five clinics we have in Yorkshire (Bradford, Hull, York and Sheffield). The clinic is easily accessible from Halifax, as well as Keighley and Huddersfield. If travelling from Halifax, take the A646 to Hebden Bridge, which will take you straight to the clinic. For clients travelling from Keighley, use the A6033 to arrive at the clinic. Visitors coming from Huddersfield can take the A629 and A646, which will lead you to the clinic.
No, the road where the clinic is situated requires visitors to pay and display on-street. Clients can park for free in and around Nutclough, with the Market Place Car Park on 4 St George’s St, HX7 7BX and Station Road Car Park, HX7 8AU being a short walk away from the clinic.
All rooms on the ground floor are wheelchair accessible, please call our friendly team who will be able to make the necessary arrangements when booking.
There is currently no waiting list at any of our clinics. Please call us directly on +44 0300 303 0667 or submit a booking form above for full details. Please note, waiting times can vary throughout the year.
At our Halifax clinic, we offer autism, ADHD and combined ASD/ADHD assessments for both adults and children. Whichever service you choose, you will receive a full face-to-face, NICE-compliant diagnostic assessment.
Find out more about autism & ADHD
4 Jan, 2023
The overlap between ASD and ADHD difficulties
4 Jan, 2023
The dangers of ADHD misinformation on social media
4 Jan, 2023
What is autistic burnout?
4 Jan, 2023