Bright Paths’ services
Our services enable children and young people build lifelong coping skills and thrive.
Whether they have emerging mental health concerns, low self-esteem or presenting challenging behaviour, we build bespoke intervention plans to suit individual circumstances and abilities.Contact us
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Who is it for?
We provide emotional well-being and behaviour support for local school and college-aged children between the ages of 6 and 18 (24 SEN).
Who can make a referral?
We embrace referrals from parents, caregivers, professionals, and schools alike. For school-based services, we require the endorsement of the involved school in addition to parental consent.
Where do you operate?
While we offer virtual support nationwide, face-to-face support is currently available across Bedfordshire and surrounding areas.
School Based Support
Our primary focus is school outreach, where we provide vital support for students struggling with social, emotional and emerging mental health needs.
Our school services include:
- 1:1 – SEMH / Behaviour
- Group Workshops
- Staff Training
- Other (Drop-ins, partner school, parent workshops)
Our Youth Empowerment and Support Service is the core of our family services, and is a remote service of 6-12 weekly sessions, each lasting 40-50 minutes. We address topics such as:
- Coping Strategies
- Mindfulness Skills
- Boosting Self-Esteem
- Gratitude Exercises
- Goal Achievement
Why choose Bright Paths?
Our services are crafted to fit the unique needs of each family, ensuring effective and personalised guidance.
With a team of seasoned mentors and support workers, we bring expertise and a wealth of knowledge to every interaction.
Accessible and affordable
We understand the value of accessible support. Our low-cost mentoring program ensures that quality guidance is within reach for all families.
Over the years, we’ve witnessed numerous success stories where families have witnessed positive transformation and growth.
I like it when Tasha comes to work with me. It makes me feel good and fun, and I like to talk about my feelings and why I get angry a lot.
Year 5 ADHD Student Bedfordshire