We provide a broad range of therapy, tailored to the needs of each child, delivered by trained, qualified and experienced therapists all of whom are registered with a Governing Body such as the BACP. Our theraputic service for children and young people is accredited by the BACP.
We support children and young people who have experienced abuse directly or by being linked to an abusive relationship. Abuse may be physical, sexual or emotional.
Therapy makes a difference for children and young people. We see it every day, but we don’t take it for granted; we clinically evaluate our work against a set of nationally recognised Routine Outcome Measures and benchmark against other national services. Our work makes a statistically significant positive impact on outcomes for children and young people across a range of measures including emotional literacy, mental health, and positive, safe relationships.
We also deliver preventative and early intervention programmes including Clear4 and a service raising awareness of and tackling child sexual exploitation. We help families to understand the impact of abuse on a child and the changes that may occur as they participate in therapy. Family therapy is often a useful way to help to embed the positive journey at home.
We are building a bank of useful resources and links to other organisations and services that provide wider support for people and families.