Drawing and Talking allows individuals to discover and communicate emotions through a non-directed technique, setting it apart from existing solution-focused and cognitive-based therapies and interventions
Drawing and Talking has proved invaluable with secondary aged students who find it difficult to talk about their emotions.
Our team's commitment to high quality services provides you with peace of mind.
Creators of global proactive intervention intended to complement rather than replace the work of Specialist Mental Health Services.
Our flagship courses are designed to equip delegates to work with children and adults immediately after training allowing a healing process to begin.
Drawing and Talking Ltd delivers training to many organisations that support children and parents who have experienced exploitation and grooming. We would like to acknowledge all professionals who work tirelessly to prevent our children and young people from being exploited and providing them with a safe space to heal the emotional pain they have suffered.
Over the coming months, The Mental Health Hub will be offering expert-led Professional Development opportunities for practitioners, professionals and all members of the community to take part in safeguarding, ensuring we all have the skills and knowledge to keep vulnerable children, young people and adults safe.
It is everyone’s responsibility to gain an understanding of the complex and dangerous issue that so many young people face today.
If you are involved with an organisation or school that would like support regarding mental health intervention or best safeguarding practice in this issue please contact or message us.
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Marcus Dyke – Head of Safeguarding
Catherine Beagley – CEO
The National Child Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding Child Exploitation; encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero-tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children exploiting and abusing their peers.
As an organisation, like many others, the NWG Exploitation Response Unit now views CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation) through the lens of a broader understanding of child exploitation, encompassing criminal exploitation, trafficking, modern slavery and other forms of adolescent vulnerability.
Key Messages for 2021