Who is our young people's service for?
Counselling is available for young people aged 13 to 25 years. We offer counselling on issues such as parental separation/divorce, relationships, anxiety, sadness, self-esteem, self-confidence, bullying, school, college and work issues, eating disorders, self-harm, abuse and loss.
We also offer counselling support to the parents/carers of children attending the service.
What is counselling?
Sometimes talking to our friends or family is not enough, especially if some of our problems are about them. Talking to a counsellor who is trained to listen and who is outside your situation can give you support in a safe place as well as space for you to talk about difficult things. Talking through a problem with a trained counsellor can help you make sense of what is happening in your life, sort out what you feel or work out what’s important. Counselling can also help you find your strengths and build on them so that you can make better choices for yourself.
How do I get to see a counsellor?
If you would like to see a counsellor please fill in the form on Contact us
Telephone - 020 8440 9144
Text your name and the service you require to 07922 141 392.
We will then arrange for you to speak to our Clinical Services Manager who will take further details and either place you on our waiting list or book you an appointment. We try to offer a first appointment within four weeks but this depends on your availability as well as sessions available.
For information regarding fees please click this link
40a Station Road, New Barnet, Hertfordshire EN5 1QH