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4-22 Foundation
Our organization  is dedicated to providing long-term support to young people through every stage of their development. We provide safe and supportive opportunities where young people can raise and then achieve their aspirations.Our team is made up of experienced professionals who are passionate about helping young people realize their potential. We are committed to creating a better future…
Idea for research
Idea for research
4-22 Foundation provides counselling for a group of about 20 young people of 18-25 years old who have mental issues in their life. Some young people dropped off from counselling sessions while others keep attending. The project aims to explore innovative methods to gather meaningful feedback from service users of the counselling sessions, their perception on counselling and what motivates them to attend. Understanding the perspectives of these individuals is crucial for improving the service goals and reduce drop off, as well as assessing the real impact of our services on their daily lives.
Impact of idea
By participating in this project, you have the opportunity to contribute to a significant transformation in the lives of young people’s with mental issues. Your research will be a valuable tool for enhancing our services and, ultimately, contributing to the creation of healthier, more inclusive communities.
Existing data: Attendance surveys collect basic demographic information and life experience of young people who attend counselling sessions.

New data: Observations and interview with young people, social workers who referred them, and the organisation, to find out more about barriers and motivations.

Data generated: Flexible. We expect conclusions and recommendations to smooth the referral process and improve counselling sessions.

If you have any existing data or information you would like included in a project, please tell us what kind of data these are

What new data or information would you like to be collected in this project?

Application process
Application criteria
DBS preferred but can discuss.
DBS needed
Is this project fully accessible to students with the disabilities?