What We Do
We work in collaboration with schools so that the support is consistent and strategies can be implemented across the framework of support for all students we work with.
Emotional Education Groups
Our fantastic 10 week EE group programme achieves amazing results! Each programme is built around your specific needs, whether it be behavioural difficulties, domestic abuse, anger, exam stress or any other issues. We have the tools to create positive and lasting change.
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Workshops for Young People
A unique and valuable resource used most regularly in primary and secondary schools for transition support, bullying, bereavement and exam stress.
Please contact us to discuss your particular needs and for any further information.
Year 7 Transition Programme
We have developed a unique programme to support Secondary schools with the year 7 transition.
By assessing every student in small groups of 10 we can identify any issues and provide the tools for early intervention. We believe Every Step Matters in ensuring a smooth journey through the Secondary school years.
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Training for Professionals
Bespoke training for professionals working with/supporting children and young people. The core of our training is experiential and can be delivered as a one off workshop or an on going programme. Participants will leave with a range of new tools to help them in the daily challenges of working with children and young people.
We also offer supervision support for all those engaged in working with children and young people.
Individual Counselling Sessions
We provide individual counselling sessions for all year groups which can be short or long term support, depending on the issues. Short term work is usually done within one term. All individual support is regularly reviewed with relevant staff.
Each session is facilitated by a fully qualified counsellor. To discuss your requirements please contact us.
Every Step Matters is committed to maintaining ethical standards at all times and works within the Ethical Framework provided by the BACP - www.bacp.co.uk/ethical_framework