March 2021

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For Baby's Sake referrals

The For Baby’s Sake Trust have been supporting families in Stevenage, North Herts, Hatfield & Welwyn Garden City for 6 years now and recently due to COVID, more widely throughout the county using a variety of remote tools. The need for support is ever more pressing as society attempts to negotiate through these terribly difficult times dominated by lockdown, home schooling, job insecurities and a myriad of unprecedented stress factors.

For Baby’s Sake is an innovative, therapeutic, trauma informed, programme working with all family members supporting a recovery framework to overcome the devastating effects of domestic abuse, acknowledge & explore unresolved & often complex childhood trauma and change harmful patterns of behaviour to develop a home environment where children can flourish. We adopt an Attachment focussed parenting approach that enhances the opportunity for children to feel safe & secure with parents who are emotionally available and attuned to all their needs. There must be a current pregnancy to harness change motivations, a desire on behalf of both parents to co-parent their unborn baby (although they do not have to be in a relationship) and we work with the families until the baby reaches the age of 2. The significance of this 2 year timescale is evidenced in all recent child development research.

For Baby’s Sake offers an unrivalled package of tailored support that creates the real possibility for lasting and sustainable change. The multi-disciplinary team consists of highly trained, therapeutic practitioners who have the ability to establish & maintain first class working relationships that consistently guarantee engagement and crucially provides the framework for the deeper, therapeutic exploration that allows service users to understand the impact of their own parenting experiences.

If you would like us to join one of your team meetings then please feel free to contact us or if you have any questions relating to the referral pathway; do please get in touch on 01438 873420 or 


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