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Social, Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) Helpsheets

The Hillcrest Clinical Team have created a series of help sheets offering advice and guidance to carers, professionals and local authorities for children and young people who have experienced developmental trauma.  Read more by clicking the links below and please feel free to forward this information to anyone who you feel will benefit from it.

If you would like us to cover any particular subjects in future editions then please let us know by emailing [email protected]

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Sand Tray Therapy

Feeling Safe

Developmental Trauma & Self-soothing

Managing Anxiety


Significance of Food

The Importance of Self-Care

Life Story Work

You have created such an amazing and inspiring place at Hillcrest Spinney House. Your hard work and dedication is admirable.

Parent, Hillcrest Spinney House

The very first time I visited (Hillcrest The Laurels) I felt I wanted to live there myself… In my opinion, this is one of the best children’s homes I have come across in over 10 years!

Social Worker- South Gloucestershire Children’s Services

I can see from my last visit that R appeared really settled and calm which is impressive in such a short period of time…R’s mother has also provided some feedback saying how impressed she is with how the staff support R…I have nothing but positive praise to provide and Villa Farm is probably the best residential home I have worked with.

Social Worker, Hillcrest Villa Farm

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