What is Counselling?

Counselling at Youthline offers a safe space for you to talk privately with someone who is skilled in listening about whatever might be troubling you.

 

Your counsellor will listen to you without making judgements and will help you to explore your personal thoughts, feelings and experiences.

You will not be pressured to talk about anything you do not want to. Many people are nervous at first in what is a new and different experience, but these feelings are quite natural. It can be hard to take that first step, but whatever your problem, however big or small, you will be made welcome here at Youthline and listened to with respect.

Since talking to my Youthline counsellor, I feel better in myself and feel it has taken a lot off my plate

Helpful links for information:

Mental wellbeing children and young people – East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Coping – Young Person’s Guide

Coping – Family Guide

We are delighted to let you know that NHS Berkshire West and East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have relaunched the mental health booklet – the Little Blue Book of Sunshine – download here for free from  Apple or Google books.

The book offers lots of practical and useful advice and aims to help children and young people by sharing lots of tips on how to deal with many problems, such as anxiety, stress, body image, relationships and anger. It also includes information about where to get help when they need it.

This year more than ever, anyone can sometimes feel down, worried or anxious because of a variety of situations like lockdown, school, family or friends. The #littlebluebookofsunshine explains some of the things teenagers can do right now to feel better, and who to turn to if things feel too much.

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