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BrightPaths Support CIC

BrightPaths Support CIC is dedicated to improving the resilience, mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

At Bright Paths, we specialise in supporting young people who present with challenging behaviour, emerging mental health concerns and neurological disorders such as ASD and ADHD.

Our team deliver a holistic service with interventions tailored to the needs of each young person. Our services include one to one intervention, group work and virtual programs.

As a result of our mentorship and support, the young people we work with typically experience a steady increase in:

  • resilience and self-esteem
  • improved emotional literacy
  • decreased worries, stress and anxiety
  • better communication and social skills
  • stronger friendships

We work alongside families, schools, social workers and local authorities to help children develop the skills and resilience needed to thrive and bounce back from the challenges in life. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Contact Position
Services Director
BrightPaths Website

Where to go


We operate on an outreach basis whereby we provide support either in school or the local community. We also provide support virtually where appropriate. 

Other Details


Depending upon the funding opportunities available, some schools and individuals may be eligible for free or highly discounted support. The needs of young people differ from person to person, so there is no one price fits all – we do not adopt a ‘one service fits all’ approach. Your initial discovery meeting is completely free, so please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements, and we can give you an accurate quote and let you know if there are any funding options available.


Referral required
Referral Details

Our service is available to all children and young people aged 6-18 ( SEN 24 ); however, Bright Paths prioritise referrals from students who are not eligible for other means of support. Particularly if they are from backgrounds in which they are likely to experience ill mental health disproportionately.



Last updated 16/08/2021