NHS specialists and secure setting staff create therapeutic environment to address complex issues


Secure Stairs has been delivering practical solutions to support children and young people in secure settings as part of a wider government strategy to address their complex psychological needs.

Practitioners are able to support more young people than just those deemed to be most at risk and most likely to respond to treatment. Picture: Becky Nixon/posed by model
Practitioners are able to support more young people than just those deemed to be most at risk and most likely to respond to treatment. Picture: Becky Nixon/posed by model

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