If you've got stuff going on at home or at school, it can be tough trying to figure it out by yourself. Children and Young People's Counselling can help you talk over any difficult issues and think about what you'd like to do.
What's Children and Young People's Counselling?
If it's bullying, stress over exams, your parents splitting up, arguments with friends, problems with your girlfriend or boyfriend or you're just feeling a bit low, we're here to help.
Counsellor Graham explains how it works:
What happens in a Counselling session?
When you meet your counsellor, you'll have a chance to talk about whatever's on your mind. They won't judge you or tell you what to do, they'll just listen.
Anything you say is just between you and them - and that includes your parents. Having someone to talk to who isn't involved can be a really good way of thinking about things. Sometimes just talking about it out loud is enough to make a start.
Who can have counselling?
We provide Children and Young People's Counselling for people aged 11-19 (or up 22 if you're in full time education).
Book an appointment
If you're the parent of a Young Person and would like to arrange an appointment call Relate Worcester on 01905 28051.
Or you can get in touch with our online booking form.
If you're new to counselling and would like to find out what it's like you can try a free Live Chat with a Relate Counsellor.
If you have any more questions about counselling, try our FAQs.