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Mental health issues among children and young people have a direct impact on society’s greatest problems.
As a Centre committed to improving the emotional well-being of young people, we understand the growing social need to deliver effective, evidence-based interventions for children and young people with mental health problems. This is why we are dedicated to working in partnership with statutory agencies and commissioners to deliver services that are proven to work, have positive long term outcomes and always put the needs of the child first.
We strive to find the best ways to help children and young people with emotional difficulties. This clinically acquired experience is then shared with other professionals who work with children and their families. While there are many other agencies that provide direct help of one sort or another for children and young people, we’re unique in our ability to develop learning from research and practice into radically new models of intervention. We also use this expertise to provide comprehensive assessments of children and families in court proceedings to ensure the best interests of the child are always the central concern.
Our clinical work - our practice - on the one hand, and our research and training - our learning - on the other, complement and inform each other. In this way we deliver interventions with real results. Our evidence-based approach means we know what works and can work together with commissioners to provide effective services to children and families on a daily basis.
We have a wide range of short-term and long-term specialist services that you can commission. For further information about the individual services available please see our services pages.
For general commissioning enquiries, or if you are interested in commissioning a service not listed below, please contact the Centre Manager by email on email@example.com or by phone on 020 7794 2313.