Local Authorities

Investing in the social and emotional development of children and young people in our communities can reduce mental health issues and social inequalities.

Improve health and wellbeing for the whole community

The Thrive Approach is used by many professionals within local authorities, including occupational therapists, family support workers, health care professionals, social care teams, behavioural outreach support services, Looked After Children (LAC) services and youth offending teams.

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Training

Develop a trauma-sensitive approach

Become a Thrive Licensed Practitioner

As a Thrive Licensed Practitioner, you will be equipped with a deep, practical knowledge of Thrive and the underpinning theory and skills required to meet the social and emotional needs of the children and young people you work with.

You will learn about the developmental journey children go on as they grow, including the stages of social and emotional development and how the brain changes at each stage. You will explore the role of the arts, play and creativity in supporting the needs of young people and develop strategies for building supportive relationships.

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Provide targeted support

A unique system for screening, action-planning and monitoring

Using Thrive-Online, our web-based profiling, action-planning and monitoring tool, you can review young people’s social and emotional skills and create custom action plans for families, teachers and colleagues to follow. 

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Continuing Professional Development

Further develop your Thrive practice

Explore a range of courses to suit your needs

These short courses run throughout the year and are designed to deepen your knowledge of the Thrive Approach, keep your practice up to date, and inspire you with new ideas and strategies. Topics include change and loss, connecting with animals and nature, stress and anxiety and working with parents and carers.

Features that benefit local authorities

Work in a targeted way with individuals who may have experienced interruptions in their development.

Create individual action plans that can be implemented by the adults closest to the young people you work with.

Select from a raft of practical, creative and fun activities that can be used at home and in schools.

Measure and report on progress of the young people you work with over time.

Case studies

While it is important to understand the model behind The Thrive Approach, what really matters is the impact that it can have in practice for the development of an individual child or young person.

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Next steps

If you would like to discuss more about Thrive and what opportunities are currently available in your area, please click the link below or call the Thrive team direct on 01392 797555.

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