Make a Referral or Self refer (14+)

We are accepting referrals. Spaces are available for Arts Based Therapy Groups. There may be a waitlist for therapy and if we are unable to provide a space in 6-8 weeks we will review. See our Signposting page for other suitable services.

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You can make a referral to our services using the secure online form links below.  Referrals can be made by Schools, Health, Police, Statutory Agencies, Voluntary Organisations or families and carers and a young person age 14+ can refer themselves. Last updated 24/05/2021

Harrow

Please check our current services and who they are for below.

We ask that you complete as much information as possible, in particular your Reasons for Referral and which service you are referring or self referring to. We encourage you to complete this form with the young person so they are aware of what information is being shared. Once completed the form is securely sent to the wïsh centre and you will receive a confirmation email with 10 working days.

If you are experiencing issues please contact admin@thewishcentre.org.uk  and we will look at sending a paper version (although please be aware this method is not secure).

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Service information

Arts Based Therapy Groups (16-25 years)

Young people of all genders and non binary ages 16-25 years who are self harming can join our Art Based Therapy Groups which run for 8 weeks.

This is a safe and non judgmental space to explore and get support for self harm, anxiety, trauma, depression and isolation.

Enjoy peer support and a range of activities including paint, clay, mosaics, breathing techniques, body work, visualisation and sound and movement.

The group is held weekly on Mondays at 4.30 -6pm at our space in Cedars Youth & Community Centre and is run by qualified and accredited Art Psychotherapists.

Safe to speak

Long term open ended therapy for young people ages 12-25 who are self harming or have experienced sexual exploitation or violence. Young people need to be attending a Harrow school or college or living or working in Harrow and able to come to the wïsh centre Harrow for sessions or be seen digitally or in school.

Volunteering

Volunteering opportunities for young people to use their voice to campaign, better services and to get involved in creative projects such as film making!

Self Harm Peer Support Groups

Early intervention and prevention of self harm and child sexual exploitation for young people ages 13-16 years.

Self Harm Peer Support Groups run weekly after school at our premises in Harrow Weald.

Outreach

4-6 sessions with our Emotional Mental Health Practitioner to gain support and strategies and to explore the best options for you or for the young person and help them engage with the wïsh centre or other services. Young people can be seen in school or at the wïsh centre.

We will not accept a referral if:

  • The young person hasn’t consented
  • The young person is currently using class A drugs
  • The young person has a recent history of violence or exploitation of others

Acceptance of a referral for a young person who has made a recent suicide attempt or who is currently involved in high risk CSE will be dependent on the outcome of our risk assessment.