Covid-19 Statement

Yellow Door is here for you. All our services continue to operate at whatever stage of national or local covid-19 restrictions. However, some services will be delivered remotely and/or may be adapted to meet your needs & preferences while still being covid-secure.

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Individual Therapies

Individual Therapies

We provide a specialist service for under 11’s who have witnessed or experienced abuse using Play Therapy, Art Therapy and Talking Therapies. These creative methods can help children express things that are hard to put into words.

We also provide Art Therapy and Talking Therapy for young people aged 11 – 18 years who have experienced or are at risk from sexual violence.

We provide sessions face to face in our safe and confidential central premises as well as at other venues if required.  This may be remotely for example, using Zoom or by telephone.

For our Children and Young People’s leaflet, please click here.

“Being able to talk about my problems and feel valued, I felt very comfortable and feel like this experience has shown me hope and changed me to the person I wanted to be for a long time.”
Young Therapeutic Client
“The group and advice were amazing – it was really supportive and would recommend to anyone who was suffering like me”
Creative Arts group member
Therapeutic Groups for children and young people

Therapeutic Groups for children and young people

We provide Creative Arts groups for young people aged 11 to 18 years who have experienced sexual abuse with the aim of strengthening resilience, reducing isolation, sharing experiences in a safe and supportive space. This group uses art and creative activities as a therapeutic method and is led by our trained therapist

Bright Stars a therapeutic space for any young person who has witnessed or directly experienced domestic abuse, providing creative ways to explore the impact of domestic abuse and how to move forward.

Gender Identity Group is a small group for young people aged 11 – 18 years struggling with concerns around their gender identity. For more information about the GI group, please click here

“It’s been really helpful having art and games when we’re talking. It’s helped me be able to talk about really difficult things in a comfortable and accepting environment. Having the group has helped with my anxiety and worries because I’ve heard other people’s stories and how they cope. Being able to meet others who are trans has made me realise I’m not alone.”
Gender Identity Group member
“The support for me and my husband through some very difficult times with the children has helped so much.”
Parent of Gender Identity Group member