Counselling is a confidential talking and listening process that helps you explore your problems and feelings in our safe space.
What are the counselling session?
These are treatments which involve talking to a trained professional about your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. There are many different types of talking therapy, but they all aim to:
- give you a safe time and place to talk to someone who won't judge you
- help you make sense of things and understand yourself better
- help you resolve complicated feelings, or find ways to live with them
- help you recognise unhelpful patterns in the way you think or act and find ways to change them (if you want to).
What does one-to-one counselling involve?
If you are recommended to our one-to-one counselling, you will typically receive up to 3 months of counselling session each lasting up to 1 hour.
You’ll also get Session for 45 minutes to prioritise learning outcomes and areas of interest. Identification of persons or organisations that can provide future support.
Creative sessions to identify strengths, interest and energy. 1:1 Active listening sessions. Creating session for listening, discerning, action and evaluation. Over period of 3 months 5 young people will have 1-hour coaching session
Interactive training sessions on awareness on Hate Crime and the Equality Rights both UK and EU. Each Hate Crime 1:1 session lasting 1 hour. Over a period of 3 months 5 young will undergo a session
Sessions are available between:
Monday to Friday- 9 am and 8 pm
How can our one to once counselling help you?
Our counsellors are non-judgemental and respect your values, choices and lifestyle. We will listen to you carefully, provide support and offer understanding, in a non-critical way.
- Difficult life events, such as bereavement (losing someone close to you), or losing your job.
- Relationship problems.
- Upsetting or traumatic experiences, whether it's something recent or something that happened a long time ago.
- Difficult emotions, such as grief, guilt, sadness, confusion, anger and low self-esteem.
- Depression and anxiety.
- Other mental health problems. Talking therapies can help with a range of diagnoses, and specific talking treatments have been developed for some mental health problems.
Accessing one-to-one counselling
To receive one-to-one counselling, you need to register with us. This allows us to make sure we give you the right support.
Please click here to register your interest.