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'Someone To Talk To'
Mental Health Project

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Free counselling sessions

Our ‘Someone To Talk To’ project is bringing essential mental health services into schools around the UK most in need. The project includes raising awareness, running culturally sensitive outreach and providing free psychotherapy sessions.

Children who have benefited
from free sessions

Why is it important?

Poor mental wellbeing in childhood and youth increases the likelihood in later life of poor education attainment, antisocial behaviour, drug and alcohol misuse, teenage pregnancy and involvement in criminal activity.

Our Partner
The Listening Ear

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Their mission is to provide a professional and confidential service to the children and young people in our community; empowering them to manage stress and anxiety; and therefore, develop an improved quality of life.

Their service has been acknowledged by both the BCP council and local schools to be an effective support for mental health and well-being.​ ​Timely intervention has been proven to help children and young people in times of need.

Counselling is a way to provide them with the right tools to manage issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harming, low esteem, as well as many other concerns.