COVO

Supporting Young People and Parents

 
Age Range:

8-16 years old and their parent/carers.

The Service:

One-to-one support for children and young people with emotional and behavioural problems who are struggling to engage with school, their family and/or their peer group.

Who is the service for? 

          •Young people at risk of exclusion from school or no longer attending school; who are disruptive in class and struggle to follow school rules.
          •Young people struggling with confidence and/or race and identity issues.
          •Young people who are withdrawn and non-communicative or aggressive at home and difficult to manage.
          •Parents/carers who need help and support to rebuild their relationship with their child and provide them with the support they need to get their lives back on track.

Criteria for access to service:

          •£30 p/hr for one-to-one sessions with the young person.
          •£20 /hr for a session with the parents/carers.

Can be paid for privately or by direct payment.


Accessibility of this service:

Contact COVO for more information.


How this is provided:

One-to-one sessions with the young person are followed up with sessions with the parents/carers.

COVO are experienced mentors, coaches and movement psychotherapists. We approach our work with young people and families holistically using a creative approach that includes play, music and art. We
Provide a warm, friendly and safe environment.

COVO’s work is client-centred, solution-focussed and success-oriented.


How can I access this service?

Referral can be by schools or parents.


How is this service funded? / Do you need to pay for this service?

This service is funded by payment from schools and parents/carers.


Confidentiality and Impartiality / Useful to know:

This service is available Tuesdays to Fridays term times only.

To speak to a member of COVO call the office number and leave a message or send an email (details below).

Training provided:

COVO provide specialist training for schools and parents/carers. Contact us for more information.

Contact us by telephone or email on: 0207 635 0007 / info@covo.org.uk