Our Services

Direct Therapeutic Services

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We provide direct therapeutic interventions, including tailored assessment and therapy with children, parents and families.

Therapy approaches on offer to children and families include:

Training

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Our training aims to help those in different sectors to develop their awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities, and to innovate and share knowledge and expertise.

Supervision and Consultation

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We offer consultation and supervision to help those in different sectors to develop their awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities, and to innovate and share knowledge and expertise.

Legal Work

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Just Psychology delivers expert witness reports in family law, private law, immigration, and personal injury cases in relation to children and families.

These have included assessment of emotional, social and behavioural difficulties; cognitive functioning; parenting; trauma; attachment; family relationships; and the impact of abuse. 

Early Intervention and Prevention

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We can design and provide early intervention and prevention services at a community level.

Examples include:-

Culturally Sensitive Counselling

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We offer affordable, culturally sensitive counselling to adults and young people in Greater Manchester at our office in Cornbrook.

Please get in touch if you would like to make an appointment, or to find out more.

Working with Schools

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We provide specialist support for raising attainment of all children including those with complex needs and who are disadvantaged or from BME backgrounds.

Family Group Conferences

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Just Psychology is now co-ordinating Family Group Conferences through the Troubled Families framework in Manchester.

A family group conference is a process where families agree a plan to support their child. Children and young people are normally involved in their own family group conference, although often with support from an advocate. It is a voluntary process and families cannot be forced to have a family group conference. Read more about the family group conference process.