How Turn the Page works
Turn the page consists of 30 weekly sessions with two practitioners. This includes 26 structured sessions and four sessions addressing individual issues, and includes activities like playing games and storytelling.
The sessions cover four main modules:
- road map for the future.
There are also projects for participants to complete at home between sessions.
Turn the Page is underpinned by a cognitive behavioural approach and draws on attachment theory, mentalisation theory, psychodynamic and systems theories.
We talk to children and young people about their strengths, to help them feel better about themselves and learn to handle problems positively.
Turn the Page is the only manual-based intervention for adolescents with harmful sexual behaviour in the UK.
It uses the Change for Good treatment manual (McCrory, 2011), which was developed from the work and experience of our National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NCATS)