Our specialist therapeutic residential care homes offer children and young people a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) support programme to enable them to succeed and achieve.
We provide an innovative wrap-around service with clinical, educational and therapeutic care practitioners all working together to meet the holistic needs of individual children.Your Chapter strives to afford all of our young people trauma informed care. This means that we endeavour for every interaction to be therapeutic in nature where possible.
Our staff have an incredible understanding of the children and young people in their care
We go above and beyond to meet the needs of the children and young people in our care
Our residential services place great value in ensuring our young people feel emotionally safe and are able to build trusting relationships. We focus on offering routine, predictability, structure and the chance for life experiences not achieved by young people so far.
Our clinical team achieve this by offering a mixture of direct and non-direct interventions. Direct intervention is in the form or direct therapy where we can offer a range of therapeutic models to best meet the needs of the young person based on our initial assessments. Non-directive interventions includes supporting the care team through bespoke training, reflective practice, design of key working sessions, 1-1 staff consultations and support with placement planning and matching of young people in Your Chapter homes.
Trauma-informed and therapeutic support for young people
Your Chapter adopts a trauma-informed therapeutic care approach, enabling every child placed with access to our bespoke ‘Well Being for Life’ clinical programme and a separate DfE registered school. Your Chapter strives to afford all of our young people trauma informed care. This means that we endeavour for every interaction to be therapeutic in nature where possible.
Our staff have an incredible understanding of the children and young people in their care, going above and beyond to meet their needs. We use evidence-based practice and psychometric measures to track progress and outcomes over time and all staff receive regular clinical supervision and attend weekly MDT meetings to ensure the focus remains on the children and improving outcomes.