A holistic, therapeutic approach provides the foundation for every aspect of life at the Roaches.
 We are developing our therapeutic approach through a process of accreditation and continuous improvement offered by The Community of Communities network. Community of Communities is an initiative of the College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI); RC PSYCH (Royal college of psychiatrists). CCQI works with The consortium of therapeutic communities (TCTC), the Charterhouse Group and the Planned Environment Therapy Trust (PETT).
Our full membership since 2010 has enabled us to ensure development of our therapeutic practice through a process of self and peer review in addition to requirements from our regulator Ofsted.  The community of communities provides us access to; 
-a network of other 'like minded' communities
-sharing of best practice 
-a set of rigorous service standards which we have used to develop what we do to to help our young people achieve.

We encourage our young people to engage in weekly, individual therapy or group therapy sessions in addition to our therapeutic ethos that underpins everyday life at the Roaches school.

Our qualified, experienced and registered therapists assess the needs of children placed at our community. They can then provide or signpost appropriate therapeutic interventions.
At the Roaches we are dedicated to maintaining a consistent therapeutic approach through targeted staff support and training in our community.
Every young person has a therapeutic plan which is reviewed. Therapists provide direct work with young people, consultation to staff and other professionals; for example planned key work sessions, recommendations for alternative therapy or our in house emotional development programme. 
We use evidenced based therapeutic interventions which have been found to be effective in helping young people with a wide range of problems including:

Post–traumatic stress disorder
Attachment disorders
Low self-esteem
Difficulties in managing anger
Difficulties with impulse control/ risk taking behaviours
Lack of emotional literacy 
Difficulties in finding a sense of relaxation or calm
Difficulties with sleep

Also need to mention person-centered therapy on there:-

This is pasted from BACP website: 

Person centered counselling 

The person-centred approach is based on the theory and philosophy of Dr Carl Rogers.It is a non-directive approach to being with another; that believes in the others potential and ability to make the right choices for him or her self, regardless of the therapist's own values, beliefs. This approach embraces and promotes the person-centred way-of-being: the striving to create relationships based in genuine acceptance and empathic understanding.