Support Providers

At Future Pathways we coordinate a wide range of services, resources and support for each person who registers with us. We work with a network of organisations across Scotland and beyond to deliver a tailored package of support to each individual.

This page details some of the providers we work with, whose services individuals can be supported to access once registered with Future Pathways. We will continue to update this page as more providers join the network. Please bear in mind that Future Pathways is not a crisis response service and we cannot provide immediate support.

Being a Future Pathways support provider means you share our vision and values, are dedicated to a partnership approach to delivering support, and to developing a shared learning around supporting survivors. The process of signing up is simple, and we can work with you through every step. If you are an individual practitioner or organisation and would like to explore how we can work together, please get in touch: engagement@future-pathways.co.uk / 0131 202 6412

Action in Mind

More information coming soon.

Birth Link

Birthlink’s Care Connect service helps adults who have been in care to find information about their past. They can arrange access to records, share the details of resulting information and offer help in making sense of this. Birthlink can also trace and mediate contact between estranged family members.

Break the Silence

Operating since 2004, Break the Silence provide a range of tailored, holistic support options for survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse, aged 13 years and above.

Options for support include; one to one counselling with professionally qualified psychotherapists, outreach, couple support, complementary therapies, advocacy, group activities and volunteering opportunities.

Franceska Hannis Psychotherapy

Franceska Hannis is a UKCP accredited psychotherapist, working across Devon with clients in private practice in Exeter and Torquay. Also working as a specialist therapist for First Light charity, with victims of both acute and historic sexual violence. Her practice offers an integrative, psychodynamic oriented psychotherapy, including aspects of body psychotherapy and transpersonal psychology.

Hear Me Counselling

Hear Me provides specialist counselling on an outreach basis for survivors of sexual abuse in Angus. They offer an open ended service tailored to each individual’s needs, providing free and confidential counselling for men, women and children (age 8+) who have experienced (or been affected by) sexual abuse at any time in their lives. They also provide training for health professionals, community groups or individuals on issues for survivors.

Moira Anderson Foundation

The Moira Anderson Foundation, based in Airdrie, supports people of all ages and genders affected by childhood sexual abuse (CSA). They have three main aims – to help people heal, to prevent further abuse and to raise awareness of CSA. Counselling and therapeutic services are offered to clients, including play, filial and art therapy, youth counselling, person centred counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and complementary therapies.

Psychology Associates

Psychology Associates is a leading independent practice of Clinical Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Creative Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists who specialise in supporting individuals who are dealing with complex mental health difficulties such as trauma related conditions, attachment issues and personality disorders. They have practices in Cornwall and Devon, and over 100 associates throughout the UK.

Rape Crisis Argyll and Bute

Rape Crisis Argyll and Bute provide confidential support and advocacy services to survivors of sexual violence, recent or historic. Family members can also access support. Their services include: face to face, telephone or email support across Argyll, youth project working in mainstream education and learning support centres, and creative therapy sessions where survivors can express themselves creatively.

Dr Steve Green

More information coming soon.

Wellbeing Scotland

Wellbeing Scotland were established in 1994 as Open Secret to work with survivors of childhood abuse. They offer counselling, advocacy, groupwork, EMDR/EFT, play therapy, art therapy, informal support, campaigning, training and befriending. They work Scotland wide and with all ages. Since 2008 they have been delivering the specialist service the In Care Survivors Service Scotland which offers, in addition to their other services, access to records.