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Young people may be finding it very hard right now. Their routine is gone, they can’t see their friends, and they may be struggling with new emotions.
These resources give information and advice on how to support young people through COVID-19.
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A service for adolescent boys aged between 14 and 16 who may have been affected by domestic abuse, either in the family or in their own relationships.
Children and Young People’s Counselling ServicesWe can offer up to six counselling sessions for young people aged 4-19 for support with feelings of anxiety/stress, low mood, behavioural issues, emotional health and well-being, self-harm, or anger. We can also provide 12 sessions of counselling for a student who has been bereaved as a result of COVID-19.
A guide to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of pupils and students during periods of disruptionThe Coronavirus outbreak means that communities are facing uncertainty and this can have an impact on children and young people’s mental health. We have put together some general tips to support staff throughout this challenging period.
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