Emotional Health & Wellbeing Service
Support and training around complex emotional needs and relationships for professionals and carers of children looked after, care leavers and kinship.
Who are we?
A multi-disciplinary & county wide team made up of social workers, professional practitioners, psychotherapist, psychologist, speech and language.
Strong systems are vital in supporting the complex emotional needs of our children & young people & relationships are the most crucial part of recovery from developmental trauma. The team’s approach is informed by attachment, systemic, psychoanalytic & trauma theories.
What do we do?
We provide support & training to foster carers, special guardians and the workforce. Informal consultations. Clinical and therapeutically informed work with young people.
Who do we work with?
- All of Children’s Social Care workforce.
- Children Looked After, Care Leaver’s, Kinship families.
- Education & Health
- Birth parents
- Independent providers
How can we help?
Help professionals and carers to understand and consider the impact of a child’s lived experiences by providing advice and guidance or undertaking or supporting direct work.
How do I refer?
Email us. We will offer you an informal consultation, a chance to find out more information about the child and your concerns.
Type of provision
Universal - This is for everyone, including people with special educational needs and disabilities
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Accessibility and adjustments
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