'It is a happy talent to know how to play.' Ralph Waldo Emerson
The service is aimed at supporting young people individually at a time when many struggle with a variety of complex concerns including how they think and feel about the challenges of teenage years. Problems may arise with friends, family or school and college. Feeling anxious, sad, confused or scared are common and it can be difficult to talk. Counselling can help them by offering support and a confidential space explore these concerns (unless they disclose that their personal safety is at risk).
Therapists experienced in working with young people on a range of issues (specific to that age group) which may include: Anxiety; self-harm; depression; bullying (physical and cyber); identity; sexuality and gender; abuse (sexual, emotional, physical); eating disorders; transitions; anger and violence; trauma; BME; disability (learning, physical).
To find out more, please contact us to book an initial interview with one of our assessors. This is an information gathering session where people are asked to complete a shorter form specific to young people which will be available to complete at the assessment session or sent in advance on request.
People aged 18 and over are able to access our full range of adult services.