Outreach Therapy

Outreach Clinical Therapy

Individual Therapeutic Support for children and young people on an ongoing basis.

Support is offered through BACP / UKCP registered professionals. Our professionals are person-centred and multi-discipline trained and use a combination of support techniques to suit individual need. Therapists will be allocated to your establishment and can be a regular visitor on a daily rate or can visit individual students on a per appointment basis.

This project is best suited to children and young people year 3 (age 8) and above.

Outreach Clinical Therapy is available within the Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon and near-by surrounding boroughs/counties.

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Training Programmes

Arts For Life Project has developed the following Training programmes:

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Adolescent Emotional Awareness Training

Three hour foundation introduction course to raise awareness of emotional health in young people.

During this three hour course the participants will learn and develop an understanding of emotional health challenges within young people and approaches for support. Learning takes place through a mix of presentations, group discussions and workshop activities.

This course is designed to provide:

  • An understanding of the adolescent mind and how this influences their lives
  • An overview of the current mental health issues facing young people
  • An introduction to understanding unseen barriers that affect mental health
  • An introduction to supporting someone in distress

Follow on training is available to Level 1 and Level 2.


Power of Peers

A two-day experiential learning experience for staff, teachers and professionals to visit, experience, learn and evaluate mental health within a peer-to-peer environment.


Power of Peers provides the knowledge and understanding of adolescent mental health and wellbeing that enables participants to support young people through their teenage years. Delivered as a mix of interactive activities, learning modules and Q&A to enhance the learning experience and cater for all learning styles.

Course outline:

  • Visit adolescent mental health, brain development and processing abilities
  • Learn the six key areas of crisis; facts, risks and signs
  • Develop an experiential understanding of personal wellbeing, the ability to change mind-set, explore clarity and new opportunity
  • Gain a deep understanding of resilience and attachment through experience and new learnings
  • Gain new communication techniques and the power of peer to peer support

Email us at to make an enquiry about hosting an Arts For Life training session.

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Bespoke Workshops

Workshops created in partnership to match participant’s abilities and needs.

Arts For Life Project works with educational establishments and other support agencies to provide a creative outlet for their participants.  Our team works together with each client to design a workshop which provides achievable creative challenges with the ultimate goal of raising wellbeing awareness, having fun and ensuring that every participant leaves with a sense of personal pride.

Workshops can be run in person or virtually.

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Art from the Heart

Art from the Heart

Facilitated Creative Arts wellbeing workshops and exhibition for students

Without any expectations each participant is encouraged to express themselves and have fun using paints, canvases and more. Each student will be encouraged to develop personal space, focus and emotional balance.

All individuals who create work through the Art From the Heart workshops will have the opportunity to hang their work in an exhibition which Arts for Life Project will organise within the school. You may choose to create work to sell at school fundraising events. An exhibition and/or art sale acknowledges each student’s achievement and enables them to realise the self-esteem and achievement which comes from watching others react to something they have made themselves. This can provoke a powerful mind-set change.

The Arts provide the opportunity to interact proactively as opposed to reactively. Interactions become non-confrontational when perceived expectations and boundaries are removed. Arts for Life Project’s open approach is holistic and person-centred; ensuring that each participant has the full focus of interaction without personal agenda. There is no forced conversation. Activities are always achievable, calm and permit hidden skills to develop naturally.

Email us at to make an enquiry about hosting an Art from the Heart workshop.

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