Autisitc Spectrum Disorder
The curly hair project is a social enterprise based in the UK, which aims to help people with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their loved ones. All our work is based on personal, real life examples and experience.
Bullying has been around forever but cyberbullying is new. Before everyone had phones and the internet, teenagers who were bullied at school could leave their tormentors behind at the end of the day. Cyberbullying can follow you home and continue even when you’re alone in your bedroom. Shockingly, children’s charity the NSPCC says it has recorded an 88 per cent increase in calls about cyberbullying in the past five years – and usually it is a continuation of either physical or face-to-face emotional bullying.
Evidence Based Practice
The Centre was set up to contribute to the work of building and developing effective services for children and families by applying insights and practical tools from the emerging field of implementation science and practice.
Peter Stratton, Emeritus Professor of Family Therapy, University of Leeds
Published by the Department of Health & Social Care in April 2018, this guidance gives children living with alcoholic parents fast access to support and advice.
Published in April 2018, the Serious Violence Strategy sets out the government’s response to serious violence and recent increases in knife crime, gun crime and homicide.
Implementation Science is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that aims to publish research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in clinical, organisational or policy contexts.
Internet awareness & safety
It can be hard to keep track of what your child is doing on social networks, apps and games. Or know how to keep them safe. That's why the NSPCC has teamed up with O2 to help parents untangle the web and teach their children to be Share Aware. Because, just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online.
Multisystemic Therapy links:
MST Services provides information about the implementation, development, research and outcomes of MST.
MST-CAN is an evidence-based programme designed to treat children and young people aged 6 to 17 and their families who have come to the attention of Child Protection Services due to physical abuse and/or neglect.
MST-PSB is a clinical adaptation of Multisystemic Therapy that has been specifically designed and developed to treat young people (and their families) for problematic sexual behavior.
MST-FIT provides individual and family services to young offenders with mental health and substance dependency during the period of transition of the youth from custody back to the community.
MSTI is a non-profit organization founded in 1996 to provide web based information and quality assurance tools to programmes implementing Multisystemic Therapy (MST). The MSTI website
provides information about the measures and procedures used in the quality assurance activities supporting fidelity and adherence to the nine principles of the MST treatment model
. In addition, the site provides data collection, monitoring and reporting tools to licensed MST programmes, their funders and MST consultants for use in continuous quality improvement.