Bringing families, students, staff and the community together to support children and young people
Welcome to Blossom Community Wellbeing
Blossom Community Wellbeing is a wellbeing support service within the Orchard Community Trust.
We work directly with children, young people and parents, carers and families to provide practical and emotional support in a variety of different ways.
Here are some of the way we can support:
- Direct 1:1 and group work with children and young people designed to improve wellbeing.
- Practical support to parents, carers and families.
- Signposting and referring to different support agencies.
- Counselling for children and young people.
- Counselling for parents and carers.
- Additional class room support.
The service is supported by Students from local Universities who are studying Counselling, Social Work or Psychology at Degree or Masters level. Students are completing placement within the Trust to gain experience around supporting children, young people and families.
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Information for Prospective Students and Institutions
Blossom Community Wellbeing is a wellbeing service within Orchard Community Trust that provides placements for students studying Counselling, Social Work and Psychology at undergraduate or postgraduate level. We believe in the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to supporting others holistically and by working together we have the benefit of learning from our colleagues and working collaboratively in the best interest of children and their families.
Information for Children and Families
There are times for all of us when we may benefit from a little extra support. We may be struggling with worries or need some practical advice, everyone is different. Blossom Community Wellbeing has a range of wellbeing support available to children and their parents and carers. The support is provided by undergraduate and postgraduate University students who are in the process of qualifying in the fields of social work, counselling and psychology.