‘Why Wouldn’t You Have a Circle?’ An Evaluation of the Glebe House Circles Pilot

Jonathan Stanley, principal partner, NCERCC
Tuesday, October 27, 2020

This report is about a recent development at Glebe House: the ambition to provide Circles of Support and Accountability (Circles) for young men moving on from the residential programme.

Glebe House is run as a therapeutic community for young men with needs related to sexually harmful behaviour
Glebe House is run as a therapeutic community for young men with needs related to sexually harmful behaviour

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