SCHOOL COUNSELLING SERVICES
HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 11+ TO FEEL HAPPIER AT SCHOOL THROUGH COUNSELLING AND MENTAL HEALTH WORKSHOPS
PARTNERING WITH SCHOOLS AND PROVIDING A WHOLE SCHOOL APPROACH TO MENTAL HEALTH, EMPOWERING STAFF, PUPILS AND PARENTS WITH COUNSELLING AND WORKSHOPS TO SUIT THEIR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS.
PROVIDING SCHOOL COUNSELLING SERVICES AND WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, TEACHERS AND PARENTS IN GREATER MANCHESTER TO SUPPORT THEM WITH OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO EDUCATION AND MENTAL HEALTH.
“I am very passionate about Mental Health and Wellbeing and thoroughly enjoy my role as a school counsellor.
My mission is to bridge the gap between private practice, where the therapy is open ended, and the charity sector, where the therapy is often time limited.
I feel by doing this it will allow young people the time they need to build trust with the counsellor and open up more about their mental health and struggles so we can work together to help them to feel better.”
1-2-1 COUNSELLING SUPPORT FOR PUPILS AND TEACHERS
Counselling in schools offers numerous benefits that contribute to the overall well-being and development of students. Here are some key advantages of counselling in the school environment:
- Emotional Support
- Improved Academic Performance
- Conflict Resolution
- Career and College Guidance
- Personal Development
- Early Intervention & Prevention
- Social Skills and Peer Relationships
- Life Skills Support
Counselling in schools plays a crucial role in nurturing the holistic development of students by addressing their emotional, academic, and social needs.
The benefits extend beyond the individual student to contribute to the overall school environment creating a positive and supportive whole school approach.
WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, TEACHERS AND PARENTS
Mental health workshops in schools offer several benefits for parents, students, and teachers.
For parents, these workshops provide valuable insights into understanding and supporting their child’s emotional well-being. It equips them with effective communication strategies and the ability to recognize signs of mental health challenges.
Students benefit by gaining essential coping skills, stress management techniques, and a deeper self-awareness that enhances their overall mental resilience.
Teachers, on the other hand, receive valuable tools for recognizing and addressing students’ emotional needs in the classroom, fostering a more inclusive and supportive learning environment.
Additionally, mental health workshops contribute to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health, creating a shared understanding among parents, students, and teachers that ultimately promotes a healthier and more understanding school community.