Counselling

Counselling

Counselling is currently provided to two schools and delivered by our degree qualified, BACP registered counsellors. We offer both a person-centred and integrative approach, depending on the client’s needs and the day-to-day running of the school.

Counselling is a professional, boundaried activity, the purpose of which is to help young people who are experiencing behavioural, social and emotional difficulties.

Although there are a number of varying therapeutic approaches, counselling is commonly considered to be fundamentally based upon the provision of a genuine, authentic relationship between client and counsellor.

Counselling can involve working with developmental and attachment issues, addressing and resolving specific problems, facilitating personal autonomy and decision making, enabling emotional literacy, supporting and promoting personal insight and self-reflection, improving relationships with self and with others and working through past or current traumas, distress and/or conflicts experienced in school or at home.

Please download our Outreach Service Request Form to book any of our outreach services. Completed forms may be emailed, faxed or posted to us.