Research has shown that counselling:

Counselling in schools provides a cost-effective service for pupils who are experiencing emotional distress and/or behavioural problems.

Resolution of these issues, of course, not only helps the individual concerned but can also act as a catalyst in reducing general classroom disruption and improving staff morale.

The first stage in the process is for us to meet with the school head and other relevant staff to introduce:

Who can benefit

Primary school children

Children who display low self esteem and appear isolated and lacking in social skills benefit from counselling. It helps them express their thoughts and feelings effectively.

Secondary school children

Young people with emotional difficulties find that counselling provides them with an opportunity to explore strategies to manage themselves and their relationships more effectively.  We can also provide counsellor consultations to school staff regarding pupil issues or tailored personal support.

Issues presented by children and young people include:

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