Our Services

In-school Therapy and Training

As schools plan to welcome all children and young people back to full-time routines from September, our professional team is looking forward to resuming face-to-face sessions in our partner schools.

In response to the huge challenges that lie ahead, we are delighted to be able to offer a revised training programme and professional supervisions for September. These are specifically designed to help school staff and parents support children returning into the school setting.

These workshops will have a special emphasis on coping with loss, bereavement, change and anxiety.

We anticipate that on-line training and Zoom meetings will continue to be part of our working practices as a way of complementing our day to day presence in schools and are looking forward to resuming our full-time, on-site therapeutic provision in due course.

Please visit our Training Provision for Sept/Oct 2020 page for information of how we propose to support children and school staff as they return to the school setting.

Please contact Louise Picton if you would like to book any of our workshops or to discuss any bespoke training requirements.

We will be updating our webpage as new advice is issued by the Government; please check back regularly.

Contact us

If you are concerned about the immediate safety and wellbeing of your child outside of office hours, please attend your local Accident and Emergency unit for immediate help and advice.

Please go to the Our Services section of our website for full details of our provision and relevant contact details.

Office

Our administrative team will continue to work remotely for the foreseeable future. Please use the following details if you need to make contact with one of our teams:

Resources

We have prepared some resources around Talking about Coronavirus and Anxiety, Bereavement and Mindfulness which may be useful for parents and school staff to use in supporting children and young people.

Some of these resources have been prepared by our own professional team and some from other providers have been curated for children, parents and staff.

How can you help?

We rely heavily on voluntary donations to fund our work; with the indefinite suspension of our fundraising calendar, never have these donations been more vital.

Please go to our Take A Minute Appeal Page to find out what practical support schools and individuals can give to us at this time.

Please read on for further information about the services we provide:

Training Provision Sept/Oct 2020

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We are offering a tailor-made training menu to support children, families & staff with transitioning back into school.
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A dedicated worker in your school

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Many schools in Essex and East London currently benefit from having a dedicated bccs worker who delivers vital mental health services in the school setting.
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Mental Health Training in Schools

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We work in partnership with over 100 schools and provide our service on site at these schools.
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Workshops for Pupils

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Whilst the focus of our training programme to date has been on school staff, we are now able to offer workshops directly to students.
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Support for School Staff

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Alongside the training we offer to school staff, we can now support them by offering mindfulness workshops, staff supervision and in-school consultations.
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Support for Families

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Parents are now able to refer themselves or their child into our services.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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We have compiled a blog to help children and parents to understand more about mental health and the therapies used to support it.
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