Counselling in Schools

By: Counselling Southeast  08/09/2010
Keywords: anxiety, psychotherapy, depression

Offering counselling to young people in schools can help students to deal with problems early on, freeing them to enjoy school and achieve their potential. Because counselling is confidential, it can also provide a service that teachers and teaching support cannot provide. Knowing that what is discussed in the counselling relationship is confidential, means that students feel free to talk about any problems without judgement or criticism, something they often feel embarassed or scared to do with family, friends or teachers. Just being able to talk and explore issues which are troubling them is often enough for students to feel confident again about themselves. Getting help with more serious difficulties,which may include self-harm, eating disorders, addictions or abuse, is critical to their long term well being. If you would like to know more please call or email for details.

Keywords: anger management, anxiety, bereavement, cognitive behavioural therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Cbt, Counselling For Children, Counselling for Young People, depression, Depression Counseling, Depression Counselling, eating disorders, Low self confidence, Low Self Esteem, Panic Attacks, psychotherapy, Stress Counselling, Trauma