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Our VisionAttachment Focused SupportSupporting girls to feel safe, seen, soothed and secure The Lord Mayor’s Charity of the Year 2018 Safe Providing a nurturing, accepting, confidential space for girls to build positive attachment and explore their emotions Seen Giving girls … Read More

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ACE TRAINING Adverse Childhood Experience 67% of an average classroom has experienced one or more adverse childhood traumas More than of children in Birmingham 42% are living in poverty Source: End Child Poverty Coalition 1 in 3 adult mental health … Read More

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Supporting girls to feel safe, seen, soothed and secure Cherished is a non-profit organisation providing attachment focused support for girls in Primary and Secondary schools across Birmingham. Our groundbreaking self-esteem workshops and mentoring schemes are committed to nurturing, empowering and … Read More

Being Mindful When Your Mind Feels Full
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You have probably heard of mindfulness before and as it has become more popular in recent years, everyone seems to be talking about it. Based on ancient relaxation techniques, mindfulness can reduce stress, improve mental health and help people change … Read More

How is your toolkit looking?
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When working with young people its really important to keep stocking up your toolkit so you have a variety of ‘go to’ resources which you know work as well as some new ones you can experiment with. At Cherished we … Read More

Being a Girl With Anxiety
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A lot of the mentoring support we offer to girls in both primary and secondary school is with girls who are struggling to manage high levels of anxiety. So how can we effectively support girls who are struggling on a … Read More

Brows on Fleek?
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Image Created by Laverna Ellis – Cherished Supporter My gosh it consumes us doesn’t it? We are obsessed with body image. If we aren’t scrolling Instagram wishing we had that deep tan, those pearly whites and the tiniest waist on earth, … Read More

Mentoring Messy Play
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  Many people think of messy play as an activity that’s reserved solely for younger children particularly those in infant or nursery school. While it’s true it is great for younger children in helping them develop important skills like mark making, … Read More

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