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Family Moments

What we offer

Here at SORT we provide a space for your story to be heard and offer you hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel. We have many years of experience in supporting families in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and local authorities. We have experience of a range of different training and specialisms that helps us to work along side you in considering what you feel you need as a family/carer, using our combined skills and knowledge to plan the next steps. 

At SORT we can offer you therapeutic parent/carer support or Family Therapy and where appropriate individual sessions for young people alongside other interventions. The interventions we use and recommend are, wherever possible, based on research that shows the approach can make a difference and improve your situation.

After you make contact we may ask you to complete our referral form, if we feel we are a good fit for what you need, we will then offer an initial free 30 minute virtual consultation. We will discuss any goals or changes you would like for your family and practicalities such as availability. After the consultation we discuss information shared as a multi-disciplinary team to ensure your needs are considered from different professional perspectives.  

In supporting you there are various research, theories and approaches we draw on including, but not limited to attachment, Psychodynamic, trauma informed, emotional regulation, relational and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. If you would like to know more about these approaches please contact us for a discussion.

Group Work

Mother and Daughter Love

Parenting/carer Support

Therapeutic parenting sessions that are tailored to support parents/carers of children aged up to 21 years old who may be struggling with behavioural/emotional needs, mental health, neurological diversity or peer/family relationships. 

Family Therapy

Family therapy offers families a safe and non-judgemental space to express and explore their feelings with immediate family or loved ones.  Families can start to make sense of difficulties and differences within their relationships with the aim to improve communication and to find a way forward together.  
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Individual Support

Individual sessions for children and young people offered alongside parent/family sessions to help in gaining support for emotional, behavioural and/or mental health needs. 
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