Counselling for young people
GroceryAid has partnered with Relate to provide funded counselling and support for children and young people. Relate has Centres across the UK and a network of licensed local counsellors offering counselling in person, over the phone and online so you can choose the support that works for you.
Young People’s Counselling Ages 11-18
If young people in your family are experiencing problems at school, issues with family members of friends or generally not feeling like themselves. Counselling lets them talk about how they feel, separate from school and home life and can help them get back to enjoying life. GroceryAid also offers online counselling for young people via Kooth.
Children’s Counselling Ages 5-10
Relate offer a children’s counselling service for children between the ages of five and ten. The focus will always be around the wellbeing and experience of your child, even though you or those with parental responsibility for your child may be present. Children’s counselling might be offered to a child struggling with things like stress or anxiety, family change like a parental divorce, or academic pressure.
You can read more about the different types of counselling or to chat with Relate about what to expect here.
Applications for Relate Counselling sessions can be made below
Kooth Online Wellbeing Ages 11-2
We’ve partnered with digital mental health and wellbeing platform Kooth to give free, confidential online counselling and support to students and young people aged 11-25.
Kooth was established in the UK over 20 years ago and is the largest digital provider of mental health services for children and young people. It’s the only digital service of its kind to be accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
If you work in the grocery industry your children or dependents can access a range of helpful services on their phone, tablet or desktop, including:
- Peer-to-peer support
- Live, moderated forums
- Self-help tools designed to help make positive changes