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Clean Slate

The main aim of Clean Slate is to provide a service that empowers, builds self esteem and develops the talking and coping skills of adults and young people who have been victim to sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse. Giving everyone a voice as well…

The main aim of Clean Slate is to provide a service that empowers, builds self esteem and develops the talking and coping skills of adults and young people who have been victim to sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse. Giving everyone a voice as well as encourage them to build their self-esteem and confidence to enable them to move forward.

Clean Slate has four projects, Eve Women's Wellbeing project (18+). Amos Men's service (18+), Believe Girl's service (10-16) and Tym Boy's service (10-16)

At Clean Slate we aim to provide an eclectic approach. (Different approaches appropriate to the client’s needs. This is based on the theory that there is no proof that any one theoretical approach works better than all others for a specific problem), we have identified these needs during the last 12 years of providing the service.

We provide long-term counselling to survivors of abuse. As a result of this we have built up working relationships with local professionals. We accept referrals from doctors, mental health teams, the police, social services as well as self-referrals.

Each client has an initial assessment. A personal pathway is drawn up, which sets out achievable goals, and this is then continually assessed throughout the process.

Counselling is provided alongside enrollment on certain programs depending on the specific needs of our client. These programs often deal with specific problems but will broadly fit into four categories:

  • Improving health and wellbeing.
  • Improving integration into society.
  • Increasing personal safety and perception of safety.
  • Improving experience of the criminal justice system.

We continually monitor user satisfaction and outcomes. We also follow the Charity evaluation monitoring programme. This allows us to review our current procedures, adapt them and evolve new ones.

 

 

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Nadia Brown
Contact Position
CEO
Telephone
01869 232461
E-mail
office@cleanslate.org.uk
Website
http://www.cleanslate.org.uk

Where to go

Name
The Chapel
Address
Heyford Park
Building 572 Brice Road
Upper Heyford
Bicester
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX25 5TE
Notes

All our counselling is currently being delievered online, however if you would like face to face then please let us know and we will try to facilitate this. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 2.30pm
Time of day
Open all year
Session Information
Wednesdays - Women's Support Group
Evening and weekend appointments available
Freedom Programme - Monday Evenings and Friday Mornings (Online)
Counselling appointments to suit clients needs
Healing the Inner Child Courses
Dealing with the Narcissist Courses
Mental Health Workshops

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free of Charge/ Donations Welcome Per session
Details

Our service is free at the point of access, however if you are able to contribute towards session then this is appreciated. To deliver a session of counselling it costs us £40. We are a registered charity and recieve no statutory funding

 

 

Availability

Age Ranges
9 - 118 years
Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Please see website for referral process and bookings

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Young people
Adults
Older people

Supporting people with
Challenging behaviour
Mental health conditions

Last checked on 02/04/2022

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