Children and young people can face a range of challenging life situations. Traumatic events such as divorce, bereavement, or bullying may be very hard for them to process; for some children and young people, the stress of exams, illness or social pressures can be tough. In a range of circumstances, children and young people may benefit from the additional support that counselling provides.

Our experienced counsellors create a safe, nurturing space in which children and young people are able to express and make sense of their often confusing emotions. Using age-appropriate methods, they are gently encouraged to describe how they experience their world and their emotions. A trusting therapeutic relationship enables children and young people to reflect on their experiences in a non-judgemental atmosphere. They are also taught coping mechanisms that will continue to stand them in good stead throughout life.

As the Wellbeing Nottingham counselling for children sessions progress, the child or young person is better able to manage their feelings and understand their responses. Counselling leads to enhanced self-esteem and a greater ability to deal with life’s challenges

Here at Wellbeing Nottingham we have three counsellors who work with children and young people:

Charlotte Lewis can work with children age 5 to 13.

Helen Tunnicliffe and Sharon Campbell can work with young people age 13 and up.

All have undertaken extensive training, are CRB checked and fully understand safeguarding issues.

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To book an appointment or to talk to us about what may help, you are welcome to phone or email.
At no time will the Wellbeing Clinic recommend using any therapy as an alternative to seeking medical help. Complementary therapists are not trained to diagnose or give medical advice.
British Assocaition for Counselling and Psychotherapy
UK Council for Psychotherapy