Delivering therapeutic support for young people

14/03/2022

LIIA works in partnership with the VRU to deliver the Your Choice programme pan-London providing targeted suport for young people in our city.

Director of London’s VRU, Lib Peck, said: “The Your Choice programme demonstrates our commitment to working with partners across London to help promote and connect young people with support and positive opportunities to help them realise and fulfil their potential.

Karla Goodman, LIIA Practice Lead, said: “Young people will be supported by a dedicated coach to achieve their goals whilst learning new skills to support their health and wellbeing. By upskilling youth practitioners and young people in CBT tools and techniques, the Your Choice programme provides a powerful addition to adolescent services, helping this group of vulnerable young people to stay safe.”

Read more about the Your Choice programme here!

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