About Family Psychology Mutual
Family Psychology Mutual is a social enterprise which is registered as a Community Interest Company. This means that each and every colleague employed by the mutual is an equal owner of the company and that we operate as a not for profit organisation.
Empowering families towards a safer and happier future.
Working together with young people and families in their homes and communities to create and sustain positive changes, using high quality outcome-based psychological therapeutic interventions.
Family Psychology Mutual CIC is built on a strong foundation of staff experience working in collaboration with young people and families where there are high levels of risk and conflict. Our mission represents a commitment to this work and to utilise our expertise in making the home a safer and a happier place for all. A cornerstone of current evidence-based practices such as Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is the need to provide ecologically valid therapeutic treatment. In that regard, almost all of our work with families is done in their homes and communities as we work to create and sustain positive change with them.
We endeavour to empower family members to use new skills and understanding to be able to deal with problems which they may face in the future. Our commitment to being a centre of excellence in the field of evidence-based practice demands that we continuously deliver outcome-based psychological therapies of the highest possible quality. This will be achieved through taking account of feedback from our service users, commissioners and fellow professionals.
- Strengths-based in our approach to working with families and young people
- Committed to those with whom we work, through challenges and difficult times, and committed to the organisation as employee stakeholders to secure its sustainability and high quality
- Honest in our work with families, professionals and ourselves
- Accessible to those with whom we work
- Non-judgmental in the way in which we work with families and think about them
- Accountable for our actions and outcomes to families, ourselves and commissioners
- Empathetic to the needs of families and their life experiences
- Creative in our service delivery and ready to work in new ways to create sustainable change
- Supportive of families, each other and of the professional systems with which we work
- Ethical in our working practices as we strive to attain high standards in all our interactions
- Investors in staff training, wellbeing and safety
Modern Slavery Policy
Family Psychology has a Modern Slavery Policy.