Our mission is to provide evidence-based, effective and culturally competent interventions that address the psychological and mental health needs of children and their families (including parents and other carers) and improve mental wellbeing. We aim to achieve a significant improvement in the accessibility and appropriateness of services for black and minority ethnic children and their families.
Organisations we have provided services to include Tameside MBC, Liverpool City Council, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Trust, Manchester Metropolitan University, Trafford MBC, Salford City Council, Chorlton High School, Manchester City Council and Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust.
Just Psychology is on the Manchester City Council Family Resource and Intervention Framework, the Approved Register for Counselling in Schools in Salford and Trafford's Early Help Dynamic Purchasing System. We are fully compliant with the 20 Salford Safeguarding Standards.
Our office team is a small and dedicated group, passionate about diversity and equality.
The members of our Advisory Board have extensive, varied experience, ranging from clinical psychology to business coaching.
As a social enterprise, Just Psychology also pays due attention to the social impact of our work.
Our vision is for Black, minority ethnic (BME) and marginalised families to enjoy an equal and fair society, improved health and mental well being.
Just Psychology CIC is a member of the Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation (GMCVO) and Social Enterprise UK