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Therapeutic Support for Children and Young People

This service provides culturally specific interventions to 10–25-year-olds who have been a victim, perpetrator or otherwise affected by serious violence or exploitation. We take a public health approach through our counselling support, that focuses on the whole person and their potential for growth. Our counsellors create a safe and supportive environment so that they can identify, understand and overcome a range of issues.  We help to facilitate this by meeting them in an empathic and non-judgemental way, which can ultimately help build a trusting relationship between the client and therapist.  

As part of this project, we have set up partnerships with several education providers in and around Nottingham. Our specialist counsellors attend these schools on a weekly basis where young people can attend regular counselling sessions. We have seen firsthand the benefits for young people when they are given a safe space to offload and understand their emotions, they are feelings and we have received great feedback to support this.  



Al-Hurraya's therapeutic support and counselling service provides culturally specific counselling services that are tailored to the needs of each individual client. Our counselling service takes a humanistic approach, an umbrella term that encompasses other therapeutic approaches such as person-centred therapy and focuses on the individual's subjective experience and potential for growth. It emphasizes the importance of being your true self and developing unconditional self-acceptance.  


The humanistic approach aims to do this by focusing solely on the individual and by understanding their thoughts, feelings, behaviours, and experiences. This approach believes that individuals have the ability to reach their full potential and to make positive changes in their lives. Additionally, many of our counsellors also follow the Person-Centered approach to therapeutic interventions. Person-Centred therapy (PCT) is a type of humanistic therapy that was developed by Carl Rogers. It is a non-directive approach that focuses on creating a safe and supportive environment where the client can explore their thoughts and feelings.  

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