Welcome to A Father’s Child Community Services. We are a community organisation that provides services with an aim to build resilience for the future by focusing on Prevention, Intervention and Education. We believe that everybody deserves a piece of the PIE.
We aim to steer the preventative flagship rather than just dealing with the aftermath of trauma and distress by providing affordable therapeutic services. Working towards a Better Well-Being and ‘Better Outcomes.’
Meet Our Director of Adult Services is Michelle Kelly a qualified counsellor with a BACP Accredited qualification working within the BACP ethical framework. Her counselling knowledge is underpinned with with qualifications in Health & Social Care, Children & Young People, Anger Management, Criminal Psychology and a Bsc in Adult Mental Health Nursing. Find Out More
Meet our Director of Children’s Services Rochana Kelly her experience ranges from working with children and families offering workshops, Therapeutic intervention to Children and Young people with support needs around behaviour/anger management, low mood, self esteem, self harm ideation and a range of support needs including some of the most vulnerable that have been subjected to Sexual Exploitation. Find Out More
We feel it is important to empower people to be at the helm of the support they receive, being autonomous and able to build their own resilience with the right support in place.
Our Network of Better Outcomes pratcitioners Some 12 professional members areas of work includes:
- Qualified Counsellors, including Childline & School Counsellors
- Child and Family Support Workers
- A Criminologist
- Qualifications in Psychology, Child & Integrative Professional services
- Contact work, Unemployment Coach, Youth Gang & Gun violence Youth worker, working with Child Sexual Exploitation
- Domestic Violence,
- Dance & Performing Arts
- Stop and Search Youth Trainer along with a whole range of supportive skills.
Why not contact us to see how we can help support your business, School, Youth Club, staff or young person with structured therapeutic & Supportive Intervention.