Respond was delighted to be featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour on Friday 23rd March 2018. Our Young People's Service Manager, Rosie Creer, pictured, talked about our way of working and the difference we achieve for young people and their families. As part of the interview, a parent we support speaks very movingly about her daughter and the way in which Respond has impacted on their lives. Listen again on the link below:
- * Therapeutic support to parents and carers
- * Sex and relationships programmes for individuals and groups
- * Reflective practice for staff
- * Consultancy
- * Training
We work with primary, secondary and transition aged young people, covering a wide range of subjects including
- * Body boundaries
- * Sexual development
- * Healthy relationships
- * Consent
- * Child sexual exploitation
- * Sharing sexual images
- * Teenage relationships abuse
- * Public and private places and spaces
- * Transition
We have a streamed offer to support sex and relationships education in school:
- * Training to teaching staff, delivery of lesson plans
- * Training to learning support staff.
Have you thought about clinical support for your teaching and non teaching staff? Respond can provide regular reflective support and supervision to staff teams and safeguarding leads.
Respond can provide individual and group therapy in schools and colleges.
sessions are lively, creative and dynamic and I have over heard the students saying how much they are looking forward to the next session. Behaviour incidents have reduced for those students engaged in the programme and the staff who support the sessions seem more confident and reassuring when engaged with the students - Deputy Headteacher, Riverside School, Haringey