Barnardo’s BOSS is based in St Helens, Merseyside and is an Early Intervention Emotional Health and Wellbeing service, working alongside St Helens CAMHS service. The service works with all children and young people (5 – 19). The service supports children and young people through a range of therapy including counselling, art and play therapy and solution focussed interventions, and group work.
The Resilience Service supports secondary aged young people in St Helens with their emotional wellbeing and resilience. We have a designated therapist or mental health practitioner attached to each of the secondary schools in St Helens (including Rainford, Billinge, Newton le Willows and Haydock) and they deliver drop ins, group work and 1 to 1 Brief therapy.
ARCH works with children and young people in Birmingham who have emerging emotional and behavioural difficulties. The aim of the service is to build upon the emotional resilience of children and young people to promote confidence and self-esteem, positive mental health, strengthen protective factors associated with resilience and reduced risk factors.
Beyond the Blue can offer a range of supportive and therapeutic interventions that meet the needs of children, young people and their parents.
The support provided will be tailored to each family by a support plan developed in partnership with the family. The service provides support to build resilience and coping strategies.
Bridgeway provides assessment and therapeutic interventions for families affected by all aspects of abuse, primarily sexual abuse. This includes pre-trial therapy, play therapy, individual and group counselling. Bridgeway also provides risk/safety assessments prior to behaviour management and change interventions with young people who have displayed sexually harmful and abusing behaviours.
Barnardo's buddies offer short term CBT based approach of up to 6 sessions to support CYP with mental health problems (including anxiety, depression, low mood/poor self esteem). A small team of counsellors also offer up to 10 sessions where assessment outlines this is needed. A range of small evidence based groups are offered as an initial support for CYP/parents where clinically appropriate.
Works with children and young people who have experienced abuse. Through a range of therapeutic supports the service aims to help children and their families recover from their experiences and rebuild family relationships. Training and consultation are also provided to other agencies and professionals.
Therapeutic support to children who have been bereaved through suicide or traumatically. Advice and support to their parents/carers. Consultancy and training to professionals working with children who have been bereaved.