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Welcome to Budwood

BudWood Limited provides accommodation and support for up to six young people aged 16-18. Young people are able to stay post their 18th birthday if this is deemed appropriate.

The aim of the service is to provide young people with a stable comfortable home, where they will be receive high levels of support and guidance to keep them safe and help them learn and develop the necessary skills to enable them a smooth and successful transition to independence and adulthood.

Therapeutic input is integral within the support services provided by BudWood – all staff are trained in ‘developmental trauma’ and therapeutic parenting. Therapists and psychologists are available to provide one to one support to young people, as well as providing staff with clinical supervision.

Welcome to Budwood

BudWood Limited provides accommodation and support for up to six young people aged 16-18. Young people are able to stay post their 18th birthday if this is deemed appropriate.

The aim of the service is to provide young people with a stable comfortable home, where they will be receive high levels of support and guidance to keep them safe and help them learn and develop the necessary skills to enable them a smooth and successful transition to independence and adulthood.

Therapeutic input is integral within the support services provided by BudWood – all staff are trained in ‘developmental trauma’ and therapeutic parenting. Therapists and psychologists are available to provide one to one support to young people, as well as providing staff with clinical supervision.

Our Approach

Here at BudWood we have developed our own C.A.T.C.H therapeutic model in working with young people, who have suffered trauma, abuse, neglect, and need continued support to manage their emotional regulation and behaviours.

Our therapeutic model of supporting young people brings together elements from the models and theoretical approaches used in the field of developmental trauma.

Understand, accept & empathise, avoid shame

Activities such as running, dancing, singing

Co-regulate & respond to attachment seeking behaviours

Curious & help the young person understand their experiences

Rewarding, laugh & have reciprocal fun

Our Approach

Here at BudWood we have developed our own C.A.T.C.H therapeutic model in working with young people, who have suffered trauma, abuse, neglect, and need continued support to manage their emotional regulation and behaviours.

Our therapeutic model of supporting young people brings together elements from the models and theoretical approaches used in the field of developmental trauma.

Understand, accept & empathise, avoid shame

Activities such as running, dancing and singing

Co-regulate & respond to attachment seeking behaviours

Curious & help the young person understand their experiences

Rewarding, laugh & have reciprocal fun

Support & Services

BudWood provides young people with 24-hour support. At least one member of staff will be available at all times in the home.

Support is delivered by a staff team who have undertaken training in therapeutic parenting, caring for a child with an attachment disorder, as well de-escalation and managing behaviour. We recognise that the majority of young people referred to the service will have experience loss, possible previous placement breakdowns with foster parents and had adverse childhood experiences. They will need trained staff who are responsive, calm and accepting.

The staff team is provided with clinical supervision from a qualified therapist in trauma and attachment.

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Support & Services

BudWood provides young people with 24-hour support. At least one member of staff will be available at all times in the home.

Support is delivered by a staff team who have undertaken training in therapeutic parenting, caring for a child with an attachment disorder, as well de-escalation and managing behaviour. We recognise that the majority of young people referred to the service will have experience loss, possible previous placement breakdowns with foster parents and had adverse childhood experiences. They will need trained staff who are responsive, calm and accepting.

The staff team is provided with clinical supervision from a qualified therapist in trauma and attachment.