Mental health support for children, families and adults
Providing a safe place to talk and improve emotional wellbeing.
The Hope Project is a mental health service provider for children and young people. We provide support for teachers and staff who work with vulnerable children and young people in school settings. We also offer therapy for parents and adults or professional supervision/debriefing
Hope Project staff are qualified to work with children and young people; offering face to face therapy, web-based or telephone supervision sessions. We can offer mental health lessons to groups in schools on topics such as emotions, anxiety and confidence.
Hope project can help with your mental health
Many people are put off asking for counselling/therapy because they are not sure how it can make a difference. Consider some of these questions that may help your decision…
- When you feel therapy would be beneficial, where do you go?
- What would it be like if your problem never got better?
- If you were worried about your child, do you think you would act on it?
- Feeling concerned about your child; can you feel your own wellbeing being affected?
- How could outcome measures and setting goals help you to get back on track quicker?
- Would it be easier to use self-help, computerised therapy or online individual therapy?
It is surprising how helpful talking things over can be. Do not give up because you and your child/family ARE worth it. There is ALWAYS HOPE
Therapeutic support services
Hope Project provides therapeutic support for a range of issues such as loss, divorce, trauma, parenting and relationship issues, social difficulties, stress and more.
We work with children and young people (under 18), families and adults (18+).
We offer a free 15 minute consultation prior to therapy. Please call us to find out how we can help.
Preparing for Therapy
Prior to our first conversation consider what it is you want to change. What help have you used in the past and what difference has that made? What do we need to achieve to make your sessions worth the investment in you? If you had set a goal, where are you at right now with that goal? What skills and strengths do you have that will help you achieve your goal?
Children & young people
Children/young people experiencing distress or who would benefit from a safe space to talk through a past experience, a current difficulty or want overall support and guidance to improve emotional wellbeing:
Individual sessions for children/young people are £60 for up to 50 minutes
Where family relationships have broken down, families facing uncertainty or been through a distressing experience:
Family sessions can include as many as needed to talk and explore experiences using talk, journaling, drawing, play or other creative approaches to help a family feel ’normal’ again.
Family sessions £90 for up to 90 minutes
For any of life’s difficulties a time and space with a trusted person can help make the difference between a miserable time or coping and in time thriving. Call for a further discussion and free consultation (up to 15 minutes).
Sessions for an adult are £60 for up to 50 minutes
Hope Project provides therapeutic support for a range of issues such as loss, divorce, trauma, parenting issues, relationships, social difficulties, stress and more.
we have specialist knowledge and experience in working with children and young people and helping families.
A range of strategies are on offer including solution-focussed, counselling, interpersonal psychotherapy and mentoring. If you cannot attend in person telephone sessions are also available; this is where the therapy offered is via audio-visual technology such as telephone, Facetime or Skype.
Holistic assessments, behaviour plans and therapeutic interventions are a range of the services that may be helpful. Please contact us to discuss your specific needs.
Support can be offered for reflective practice groups, group supervision, parenting and community groups in residential homes for topics such as self-esteem or anxiety/depression. Group work could be commissioned by one person or paid for from pooled budgets.
Clinical supervision is available for students and independent practitioners working within mental health or educational pastoral staff.
Find out what our clients think of our support services.