How we can help your child

The New Children’s Pathways Team are dedicated clinicians who are experienced social workers with a passion for working with children, adolescents and families.

As an organisation we are concerned with enhancing the lives of children, adolescents and families within our local community. New Children’s Pathways are much aware of the specific and unique needs of children, adolescents and families. We have established relationships with parents, schools, statutory services and third sector services to achieve quality measured outcomes.

New Children’s Pathways are committed to national and international continuing professional development (CPD). All our staff have professional registrations and engage in specific training in the area of child development, play therapy, family therapy and childhood trauma.

The New Children’s Pathways team will commonly deliver targeted services for the following disorders:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Challenging behaviours
  • Learning assessments
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Suicide ideology and self-harm
  • Grief and loss
  • Parental/separation or divorce
  • Trauma
  • Social skill difficulties
  • Low Mood
  • Low Self esteem
  • Social isolation/ Social Anxiety
  • Addictive behaviours (including Gaming)

Holistic Social Work Services

The New Children’s Pathways team offer both individualised and Group intervention. New Children’s Pathways team aim to deliver a high-quality and personable service that is matched to the needs of the individual client and their family. We often work in partnership with teachers, guidance counsellors and other community organisations to provide a holistic approach to treatment.

New Children’s Pathways also offers additional group sessions and activities designed to address therapeutic goals. A lot of services will deliver clinical services to a young person and then expect them to use this in practice. It is very difficult for young people to fully understand the goals of treatment. An example of this may be practising breathing techniques when angry to avoid confrontation. Not many services have the ability to facilitate this transition from theory into practice in real social situations. The New Children’s pathways approach is to do exactly that. We have dedicated youth workers and volunteers who assist in facilitating this learning during scheduled social activities.

New Children’s Pathways has a proven track record when it comes to delivering targeted clinical services to young people. We have helped a large number of young people successfully navigate difficult times and reach their full potential.