Partnerships with Practices
Since early 2014, the trustees of the Yellow Heart Trust have fostered strategic partnerships with a select number of psychotherapeutic practices in the London area. We believe this will:
- Streamline the application process
- Ensure that the applicant selection procedure has been screened by qualified experts
- Provide focused publicity for the Yellow Heart Trust
- Allow the trustees to continue their own education within the psychotherapeutic arena
The Trust is delighted to have established partnerships with the following renowned and diverse practices:
“The Yellow Heart Trust is delighted to have become a strategic partner with each of these practices and help with the inspiring work that is at the heart of what they do. I sincerely hope that deserving applicants will benefit from the financial help that the Yellow Heart Trust can provide via these partnerships, particularly for those suffering from issues related to addiction and/or trauma.”
Philip Robinson, Director of the Yellow Heart Trust
The Arbours Association is an internationally renowned registered charity with 40 years’ experience in providing psychotherapeutic support for individuals with serious emotional problems.
Arbours is influenced by such thinkers as R.D. Laing and aims to provide individually orientated treatment and residential care as an alternative to institutional psychiatric intervention.
The Bowlby Centre is named after the renowned John Bowlby who was noted for his work in child development and attachment theory.
The Bowlby Centre is an organisation committed to the development, promotion and practice of an attachment based, psychoanalytic relational approach to psychotherapy.
“The Arbours Association is very pleased to have the Yellow Heart Trust as one of its key strategic partners. We highly admire the work of the YHT and sincerely believe that their funds will help the Arbours in making a real difference in people’s lives.”
Thomas J Ryan, Director
“The Bowlby Centre is excited to announce that, in partnership with the Yellow Heart Trust, we are now able to offer long-term and short-term psychotherapy to those with financial restrictions who cannot afford the full fee for our therapists.”
Serena Jenks, Psychotherapy Referrals
The Burma Road Practice has been offering a range of counselling and psychotherapeutic services, from highly competent professionals, in an atmosphere of privacy and comfort, since 1991.
Flame is an association of psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychiatrists and consultants.
The Flame Centre offers a range of services to individuals and organisations, tailored to specific needs and have a particular interest in spirituality and recovery.
“We are very happy to be able, in partnership with the Yellow Heart Trust, to extend our services to those who would not usually be able to afford them and who fulfil the criteria for eligibility for one of the Trust’s two funds. We offer an initial assessment, help with the application process and, if it is accepted, placement for short term work with a therapist experienced in trauma and/or addiction, who will offer the Trust a progress report.”
Su Fox, Founder & Psychotherapist
“The Flame Centre is very thankful to be a strategic partner with the Yellow Heart Trust, who are generously funding specialist services for people struggling with issues related to addiction and/or trauma, who could not otherwise afford to pay for such help. We so appreciate this transformative gift to relieve people’s suffering so they can find peace of mind.”
Ruthie Smith, Director
One in Four supports survivors of childhood sexual abuse with understanding, empathy and practical help. They offer survivors a range of services from their dedicated team of specialist counsellors and experts.
“One in Four is delighted to join the Yellow Heart Trust as a strategic partner. As a growing charity, working with highly trained volunteer therapists we see over 150 clients a week who have been victims of sexual abuse and trauma. There is real synergy between Yellow Heart Trust's focus on PTSD and addictions, and the issues many of our clients face. We highly admire the work of the Yellow Heart Trust and believe its generosity will enable us to support clients who struggle financially to access the right support.”
Dr Reena Shah,
Chartered Clinical Psychologist