Whether at school, college or university, young people can experience times when difficulties in their life past or present, can leave them feeling overwhelmed. This can lead to a wide range of feelings including unhappiness, stress, unable to concentrate, unable to sleep, panic attacks, OCD, self harming and feelings of low self esteem.
If there is an aspect of your life whether it be relationships with friends and family or problems that seem to be interfering with your progress, then counselling may be able to help.
We provide a confidential space to talk about what’s on your mind and to help you to work through any issues that feel too hard to manage on your own. This can often lead to feeling more able to focus on the things that you want to and an improvement in the relationships around you helping you feel more content in life.
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Papyrus 0800 068 41 41 (M-F 10am-10pm S-S 2pm-10pm)
or text 07786 209697
Samaritans call free (24hrs x7days) 116 123
or text 07725 90 90 90
Mental health resources for young people including links to other organisations
Help for low mood and depression
Help for panic attacks
Help for low self esteem
Help for eating disorders
Help for bereavement
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