Working with Children & Young People
Mental health problems are rising at an alarming rate in younger people. 70% of children and young people who need support, have not had it, or cannot access it. Supporting children and young peoples’ wellbeing enables them to develop the resilience to cope.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the life of every child and young person in the country. It is an unprecedented public health emergency, and the consequences on the emotional wellbeing of our future generations will be vast.
We provide 1-2-1 mental health services in nursery settings, schools and colleges including play and creativity for younger children, individual therapy, group wellbeing and resilience sessions.
Working with Individuals
When you are living with a mental health problem, having access to the right support is essential. It can be challenging to find someone to talk to who is neutral to your situation. To be able to share the feelings you usually have to hide, to discuss problems and difficulties that you face in a confidential environment is empowering and the start to sustainable change.
The coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on our mental health. Life is very different now, choices are very limited, and in some cases not even there. Plans have changed, and we are all adjusting to a new normal, with constantly moving boundaries- managing to deal with this and the psychological impact of grief, isolation, loneliness, unemployment, can feel overwhelming.
We provide 1-2-1 mental health services – which include counselling, walking therapy, life coaching, CEO/ director support and workshops.
We work with children, young adults, and individuals, in education, employment and community settings. We aim to identify, support, and help people overcome challenging mental health problems, building resilience, perspective, normalising setbacks, and empowering people to cope in the face of adversity, trauma, or stress.