The way we work is driven by our mission, values and 4 core service delivery principles:
Every child we meet is unique and special - that's why we use a consultation approach when we first meet you to find out a bit more about what changes you would like to see in your child's learning or behaviour, students or your local community. After this initial 50 minute consultation, we agree on how you would like to proceed. Sometimes we come up with solutions and strategies during our meeting. Sometimes it's more complex, and together we plan and design assessments, intervention programmes and projects so that they are driven by, and tailor made to your desired outcomes.
This means that we use our specialist skills in consultation, appreciative enquiry and solution-focused approaches to enable you to discover realistic but effective solutions to the challenges you bring to us.
This means that we believe that everyone has the capacity and capability to change their lives, with the encouragement and support of others. Our approach is essentially people-centred and puts what psychologists call "human agency" (rather than organisations such as schools, services or local authorities) at the centre of our work so that you feel that you have more choices. Our non-profit organisation aims to link households from disadvantaged communities to the psychological and practical support that they feel they need, through partnerships and seed projects with others, so that they feel that they can better support their family well-being and their children’s educational and emotional needs.
This means that we aim to provide high quality and reliable professional psychological services to you using approaches that are culturally-relevant and informed by the latest research evidence. All our psychologists and associates are fully qualified, hold enhanced DBS certificates or local equivalent, and undertake regular supervision and training to keep up to date with international best practices. We are committed to practice excellence and upholding ethical and business standards. All our psychologists and associates are bound by either the HCPC Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics, the British Psychological Society or those set out by the national associations of psychology in their country of practice.
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Bridges For Children CIC is a registered community interest company in England and Wales.
Company Registration Number 9537113
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