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ReConnect is a service for parents of children aged 0-2 and for pregnant women. We work therapeutically with parents with the aim of improving the relationships between parents and child. We also support the emotional well-being of both and helping children feel more secure in your care. All families referred to ReConnect also have involvement from social care and their children are subject to a child protection plan or pre-proceedings.

Professionals may refer to ReConnect because either you or professionals working with you would like the relationship between you and your child to improve, and believe that support from our service could help.

Parents who are referred to ReConnect have usually experienced one or more of the following:

  • Mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety or diagnosed with a personality disorder.
  • Alcohol and/or drug use.
  • Difficult experiences in their own childhood such as neglect, loss, trauma, abuse or grief.
  • Relationships where there has been domestic abuse
  • Previous involvement of social care or permanent removal of previous children

At ReConnect we offer a range of therapeutic treatments, including individual therapy, group therapy and parent-child video interaction work which are each tailored to suit the needs of each family. There is no specific time-limit to our involvement. The following leaflet provides more information.

How do I access the service?

You can speak to your social worker, midwife, health visitor, or GP or ask to be referred. 

Contact us

If you require further information about ReConnect or you have any questions regarding referrals, contact ReConnect on 01865 901 951

The ReConnect service is operated Monday to Friday between 9am – 5pm, outside of these hours you can contact us via the CAMHS single point of access service on 01865 901951 requesting to speak to a member of the ReConnect Team.

ReConnect, Sue Nicholls Centre, Bierton Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 1EG