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Case Studies

Feedback from Head Teacher

We have been working with the partnership for 4 years now and the service provided is second to none.   Our families and children hugely benefit from the support they receive from SCP. We are able to meet the needs of many more children who would otherwise struggle to engage, build healthy relationships or not have such… Read More →

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Feedback from teacher

They (the child) have made huge progress, they are more willing to voice their opinions, where as they hardly spoke at all before and they are able to make clear friends of the own choice, their confidence has grown massively.   I think they got a chance to practise being in relationship and were then able to… Read More →

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Feedback from parent whose son attended therapy

Things were a nightmare before in terms of his behaviour and management of his emotions.  There has been such a huge transformation and maturity in X.  He is not better able to think things through, rather than just react in the moment and is not as worried as before.  Where he would have hidden his homework, he… Read More →

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Helping A Child to Get in Touch with their Feelings

Client D was referred age 8 after their Parents separated and their Mother moved out of the family home. Within the weekly sessions, Client D talked about what was happening with their family but would dismiss or minimise their feelings about it. They described how, if upsetting things happened, they would distract themselves by going… Read More →

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Supporting Our Most Vulnerable Parents

A parent initially attended the counselling service termly coffee morning held at school. It was at the coffee morning that the parent approached the CSM and requested to make an appointment to meet privately. At the time, the parent had recently moved from the Middle East to the UK with her young daughter. The parent… Read More →

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Making Connections for a Child

B (Y3) was referred to the school counsellor by their teacher who was concerned that B frequently appeared worried and was often seen isolated from peers. The CSM and counsellor learned that B was abruptly separated from their mother at the age of 18 months and was raised by their father for a few years… Read More →

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