One to one support with a Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner
Supporting the personal, social and emotional development
of a child or young person
Wellbeing practice provides a safe and effective environment, as well as a wide range of creative resources to enable emotional literacy, communication skills, self-awareness, creativity, and imagination.
What is a Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner?
Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioners enhance the wellbeing and nurture the potential in children and young people through promoting creativity and emotional literacy. Wellbeing practice can enhance self-awareness, self-esteem and self-confidence as well as communication skills, emotional resilience and recovery in children and young people, families and organisations.
The therapeutic and multi-disciplinary training is completed over three years in order to qualify with the knowledge and expertise required for safe and effective practice. Therapeutic Wellbeing training has been informed by youth work, social work, mental health, therapy and education. It has been influenced by attachment principles, neuro-science, child development theory and cutting edge perspectives on child and adolsecent mental health. A Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner can therefore offer a unique role and service due to the holistic nature of the training. Targetted support can be provided to improve the wellbeing of a child or young person without being limited to a traditional therapeutic role or way of working. Should this however be needed for your child, where necessary they can also
signpost to other agencies or services that maybe more appropriate.
Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioners adhere to professional standards with reference to codes of conduct, performance and ethics in working with children, and families.
Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioners are required to have ongoing supervision and undertake a minimum of 30+ hours a year of CPD.
What is the Process?
This will take place in your home and is a chance to meet, discuss and find out moreaboutyour child and the type of support you are looking for. From this point we can decide ifwe want to start ongoing work together in which case a schedule of appointments will beset up and as far as possible, be at the same time and on the same day of each week.
3-Week Assessment Period
Follow Up Meeting and Action Plan
Setting Out the Working Agreement
Frequently Asked Questions
One to One policies
Child Privacy and Child Protection
The wellbeing practitioner agrees to respect the privacy of the child or young person and works collaboratively with their consent to share information with parents or other agencies as and when it may be necessary or advantageous to their interests. Information discussed during sessions with your child is shared in the context of regular supervision or reflective practice with an appropriately qualified professional to support quality of care and monitoring. Confidentiality may be broken if the child or young person is at risk of significant harm.
If at any point during the course of our working time with one another you or your child wishes to draw the agreement to a close then it is appropriate to provide two sessions notice in order to work safely and effectively with the ending process.
If you wish to cancel an appointment a minimum of 24 hours notice is required, otherwise your fee is still payable. Payment can be made by cash or cheque at the end of each session or by BACS transfer online.