Supporting schools to see, hear and hold children and young people's mental wellbeing

Support in implementing a full school counselling service that links with a whole school approach to managing emotional wellbeing and student mental health.

School counselling

A study carried out in 2014 by psychotherapist Mick Cooper found that having a counsellor in school was less stigmatising, more accessible, beneficial to students’ ability to study and learn, and significantly reduced students’ psychological distress.

A recent Government study highlighted that only 61% of secondary schools in England currently have a school counsellor and those figures are reduced even further in the primary sector.

We offer support in implementing a school counselling service that links with a whole school approach to managing emotional wellbeing and student mental health.

Please contact us to discuss how we might best be able to work with you to bridge the gap.

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