Children’s Counselling Services
Young people may need help with a wide range of issues at different points in their lives. Parents and carers may also need help and advice to deal with behavioural or other problems their child is experiencing. Parents, carers and young people can receive direct support through Young Anxious Minds.
‘Growing up is not easy, and sometimes it’s hard
to cope with whatever life throws at you’
Young People Mental Health Services – can help if you:
Feel sad or like you don’t want to be here any more
Have problems with your family, friends or at school
Hurt yourself or want to hurt yourself
Feel anxious and scared
Have problems with eating and food
Have trouble talking or sleeping
Hear voices or see things
Feel angry or are struggling to control your behaviour or temper
Find it hard to concentrate or get on with friends
Have to check or repeat things, or worry about germs
Don’t like yourself or have low self-confidence
Check out our Recovery College Find help and support for problems such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, stress, bullying, eating disorders or self-esteem.
How do I get help from a specialist?
Getting help from Anxious Minds service is easy, just give us a call
You may also find it helpful to speak to:
If you or your child is being supported by social services or the youth offending team, your key worker will be able to refer your young person for an appointment with Anxious Minds service.
When is the transition from CAMS to adult services?
The age children and young people move to another service can differ. For example, some transition at 16, others at 18 or older. The transition between services can be a scary time for young people as the teams they know and are used to working with change. However, you will still be with Anxious Minds and part of our amazing community.
This service will support Young People from the age of 14+
We don’t receive any funding for counselling services £20 per session