Our free counselling service helps young people struggling with relationship issues, bullying, unemployment, anxiety, or stress. They decide what they want us to know about and they tell us – not a social worker, parent, or any other adult.
Most of our clients attend up to twelve private 50-minute sessions with a volunteer counsellor. Further support from our family and youth mentoring support teams is available if needed.
Counselling sessions are based in Woking, but the service is open to any young person in Surrey.
Contact us to find out more information.
Please note, this is not an emergency counselling service and our telephone/text service is checked during working hours only. If you need help out of hours or in an emergency there are alternative sources of help:
Samaritans – 08457 909090
Sane Line – 08457 678 000 (12noon – 2.00a.m. daily) A national helpline for anyone coping with mental illness; sufferers, carers or concerned family or friends
East Surrey Crisis Advice Line – 01737 778142 (24hrs)
Mental Health Crisis Helpline – 0300 456 8342. Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
Our service abides by the Code of Ethics of the Association. All our counsellors are supervised by an experienced, qualified counselling supervisor and are members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
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Do you know a young person aged 10-30 struggling with poor mental health? Or are you, or your community group, feeling isolated? We might be able to help you.
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