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What we do
Why work with us?
Trauma Informed Practice
A Gift in Your Will
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Runners wanted for Marathon 2022
Family residential assessment centres
1 to 1 Support
Being Dad online course
Jigsaw - Supervised Contact Service
Wednesday Relationship Group
Free domestic abuse toolkit
Lock-down activities with kids
Free Stronger Minds toolkit
Podcast - Working with parents
Chair of Trustees
New Chair of Trustees - Optimistic and full of energy "I want a thread of connectivity to run through St...
A toxic mix holding a young dad back
“I can’t even let my child go out to water his tomato plants. He has to watch me do it.” Nathan is a single...
Working with parents with Learning Disabilites
Working with parents with Learning Disabilities One of our centre managers, Kate, explains recent achievements. A...
Dads and Trauma Informed Practice
Dads and trauma informed practice One of our fathers workers, Lawrence, shares his thoughts on trauma informed...
Working with parents in a trauma informed way
Parents suffering the impact of childhood or even adult trauma can be hard to work with. The parents can come across as...
Outreach Theory of Change
Elaine Gaskell, Head of Outreach, explains the thinking behind our work with young parents. The Outreach ...
The importance of training our employees
We invest in training On-going training and professional development are crucial for everyone working at St Michael’...
Why do we train our professionals?
To help families, we need the necessary training to provide them with the best services Why do...
Case for more early help and support
“Our children’s social care system is a 30-year-old tower of Jenga held together with Sellotape: simultaneously rigid...
"When I first joined up with St Michael's I was literally... hanging on a string." Dwayne is the father of an eleven...
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