Beacon House is passionate about developing freely available resources so that knowledge about the repair of trauma and adversity is in the hands of those who need it. Please feel free to use our resources in your home or work setting.

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Staying Connected Through Covid-19

#StayingConnected Beacon House Team Videos


Useful Links for Young People

  • Childline: Click here
  • Joe Wicks – Online P.E. Lessons every morning between 9am – 9.30am: Click here
  • Iain S Thomas – Where did everybody go? (Illustrated story): Click here
  • World Book Online – Free ebooks and audiobooks for young people to access at home: Click here
  • Drawing with author and illustrator Rob Biddulph : Click here
  • Zoo Cams (Live streaming): Click here
  • Big Life Kids Mindfulness Podcast: Click here
  • Every Little Cell Song with Allison Davies: Click here
  • Short animation helping kids understand the coronavirus: Click here


Useful Links for Parents & Carers

  • The Counselling Teacher – Circle of control visual & free calming activities: Click here
  • Adoption UK – Advice, support & resources for adoptive families: Click here
  • Miriam Chachamu – How to mentally cope when the schools are shut: Click here
  • Headspace: Click here
  • Heads Together Recommended Links: Click here


Useful Links for Professionals

  • Russ Harris – FACE COVID: Click here
  • Dr Bruce Perry – Covid19 Neurosequential Community Meeting: Click here

Click here to view our animated version of Repair of Early Trauma: A Bottom Up Approach Told to us through the voices of children, this unique animation teaches us that by putting together the seven-piece jigsaw puzzle of ‘Developmental Trauma’ we can repair it using the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics.


Click here to view our animation ‘The Window of Tolerance’ Find out how a traumatised child swings from fight/flight to freeze/collapse, and what adults can do to help bring the child back into their window of tolerance so they can be at their personal best.


Click here to view James’ story – a story about how a childhood of trauma and adversity led James to feel despair, loneliness and rage. Walk with James through his pain to a new chapter in his life where he begins to heal, and create a new and hopeful future. James’ story and the images you’ll see may trigger powerful feelings, look after yourself as you walk by his side.

Relevant websites

Trauma, PTSD and Attachment (Scottish Attachment in Action) (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) (European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) (European Society for Trauma and Dissociation) (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation) (UK Psychological Trauma Society) (National Child Traumatic Stress Network) (Birth Trauma Association) (Janina Fisher’s Trauma Pages) (Patricia Crittenden’s Attachment Pages) (International Association for the Study of Attachment)


Young people’s mental health (Child Mental Health) – 0800 11 11 (Childline) (Young Minds) (A Mindfulness app for relaxation) (Relaxation made easy) (Gender Identity Research and Education Society) (Support and information for gender variant children and teens) (Brighton & Hove LGBT Switchboard was established in 1975 and is here to listen to, inform and support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people)



Adult mental health – 08457 90 90 90 (The Samaritans) (Mind) (Cognitive Behavioural self-help strategies) (An online self-help service) (Links to other useful website and self-help strategies) (A mindfulness app for relaxation)


Fostering and adoption (British Association of Adoption and Fostering) (Adoption Plus) (Post adoption Centre)


Abuse and child safety (NSPCC) (CEOP – online safety) (Safe Lives)


Parenting and Parent-Infant mental health (Parent Infant Psychotherapy Service based in Brighton)


Occupational Therapy