A key principle of a Psychologically Informed Approach is practice which is based on and generates evidence. 1625ip’s Future 4 Me project and associated pieces of work have been independently evaluated at each stage, and quick links to relevant documents are shared below. These include evaluations as well as other reports and guidance documents which capture learning about the models and approaches we have used, produced by 1625 Independent People in collaboration with other partners and stakeholders.


Reports & Guidance Documents


1625 Independent People would like to thank all our partners and collaborators. A full list of those who supported the Future 4 Me project can be found here.

With regard to the evaluation of Future 4 Me, special thanks are due to Dr Colin Baker, Professor Andrew Parker,  Dr Liz Berragan and Naomi Marturano of the University of Gloucestershire; to Jonny Matthew and Tricia Skuse for their support and advice on the implementation of the Trauma Recovery Model; to Clare Perriton for her research work with our staff, and to Sheila Gould (Project Support Officer) for keeping everything on track!