Enabling recovery and fulfillment
CHT works with people presenting symptoms of complex mental health difficulties and those difficult to reach. This includes those who have been diagnosed with a personaility disorder, psychosis, forensic history or a history of complex trauma.
One of the things which the clients often have in common is significant 'attachment difficulties' giving rise to failed interpersonal and social relationships. A crucial part of the staff task is, therefore, to provide clients with opportunities to form network of relationships that are positive and that will contain, hold, protect and provide clients with opportunities for personal and social exploration and development.
CHT's Psychologically Informed Environments (PIEs) which entail a participative and democratic recovery approach enables people to achieve more of their potential and to fulfil more of their aspirations in life.