7th August 2022, 8:00
Young people's (13 to 15) Counselling Service
SERVICE STATUS: Temporarily Closed to New Referrals.
About the Service
While it can be helpful to talk to other people in your life about how you feel, it can sometimes feel easier to talk to somebody else. Counselling is when you confidentially talk to a trained person about something that is on your mind or is a problem to you. A counsellor will listen to what you say and will support you to make sense about events in your life.
You are able to access up to 6 sessions. These are held weekly either in-person at our premises at Highcliffe Court (Clifton) or can be accessed by telephone or Zoom.
How can this help me?
Counselling can help with lots of different things. You may have problems at home or with friends; you may be feeling depressed, anxious or confused, or thinking about hurting yourself. If something is important to you or is making you unhappy, then it is a good reason to come to counselling.
Who can access
Young People who are aged between 13 - 15.
York Mind is a non-profit making charity funded through grants, service contracts and by contributions received from clients.
We aim to be in touch within two weeks of receiving your referral.
What will Happen Next?
A member of the counselling team will contact you to arrange a telephone assessment. This will offer an opportunity to share a little bit more about your situation, explore what counselling is and how it may be able to help you.
If you feel that the support is something that will be helpful to you, you will then be placed on our waiting list and matched with a counsellor as soon as possible.
If you want to find out more you can:
- contact a member of the York Mind young people's counselling team by ringing 01904 643364 - Option 1.
- email firstname.lastname@example.org