Milton Keynes, England.

16+ accommodation

16+ Supported Living Accommodation

Therapeutic Approach

We have commissioned The Practice MK in Milton Keynes to undertake comprehensive clinical assessments of each young female who is placed at Four Angel Care, which will then inform a bespoke support package. 


The Practice MK is a multi-disciplinary psychology practice that specialises in complex clinical assessments and therapies. The highly experienced team includes a number of health and wellbeing practitioners including: 

  • Psychologists
  • Counsellors and Therapists
  • Family Mediators 


All Psychologists working for The Practice MK are registered with the HCPC and hold enhanced DBS certificates.  All Counsellors and Therapists are registered with nationally recognised professional bodies and hold enhanced DBS certificates also. 


A key service for our young females is identifying and understanding possible trauma which The Practice MK will assess and deliver appropriate trauma based therapy which is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Interventions are tailored to clients and may include one to one of group based activities.


Staff working with individuals with trauma and complex needs will be provided with clinical supervision by The Practice MK to support and develop our own skills and experience that enables us to deliver the best possible level of care and support for our young clients.


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As a social worker and with my dedicated team we will be supporting the young females to heal and grow. This will include supporting the young female to experience new ways to function and practice new behaviours. 


We will provide CSE and CCE training to our young females and explore the grooming process in detail over several sessions. We will have special guests who are adult survivors visit to share their experiences and information.


I will work with parents and other family members, foster carers and other professionals to support the therapeutic approach for our young females our their journey to recovery and independence.


We include walking in one of the activities, as this physical activity can enhance the mental and physical health of our young females. Gardening is also an included activity as this is particularly associated mental clarity and feelings of reward. Our achievement goals will be for the young female to sustain the changes, healthy well-being and be independent.



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