CAPE is a community-based, provider of specialist mental health support that seeks to maximise a person’s strengths. Our strengths-based model of working enables clients to:
CAPE’s strength-based model ensures our work is future focused interventions that not only respond to the current level of need and past circumstances but aims to leave the individual and their networks stronger in the future.
We make sure we do not provide premature interventions, which take over from peoples natural support structures increasing the risk of isolation, creating dependency, and providing ‘solutions’ that do not enable the individual to achieve
their personal strength-based outcomes, but which instead, superficially ‘patch’ the problem or presenting need.
Strength based recovery is active coping rather than passive adjustment. Recovery means learning to make decisions and choices that are real, taking risks in order to experience growth, and assuming personal responsibility Our team
help people challenge notions of disability and personal limits; they will support the person’s passion and work with dreams and goals, understanding that failure and setbacks are a normal part of living and learning.
We work with a diverse group of adults living with mental health needs and associated challenges, particularly individuals who experience disorders of psychosis, depression, anxiety and trauma as well as individuals with personality
disorders. A minority of our clients have learning disabilities (often undiagnosed). Others are on the autistic spectrum.
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