Counselling for Young People

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Affordable, accessible counselling Young People

 You may be struggling with the social aspects of school, such as making friends, or difficulties in your current friendship groups. You also may be having difficulties within your family. This can be with a grown-up, a brother or sister or other family member. You may feel lost, stuck, worried or sad. These and many other difficult emotions are useful guides to indicate counseling could be helpful.

How does counselling work?

Counselling can give you a safe space to talk through the many things that may be currently on your mind. Counsellors are trained professionals with experience of working through difficult issues with a view to helping you to feel better.

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How counselling can help

Counselling can help with:

  • Anger and anxiety
  • Depression and low mood
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Bullying
  • Difficulties with relationships of all types
  • Difficulties with transitions or adjusting
  • Trauma and all types of abuse
  • Stress including exam related stress
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender identity
  • Food/eating concerns

What we offer

Newman University has many years of experience of training counsellors in working with children and young people. We now offer counselling to young people from a dedicated counselling centre based at Newman University in Bartley Green, Birmingham, which includes a room for young people.

We offer an affordable counselling and psychotherapy service for young people with minimal waiting lists.

If you are interested in counselling in the first instance it may be helpful to ask your parent, teacher or other adult to arrange an appointment. As a young person you can also complete the form below to get in contact with Newman Health & Wellbeing, and somebody from our team will be in touch.

Find out more/Book a counselling assesment

If you would like to find out more about Newman Health & Wellbeing Counselling and Psychotherapy, please contact using the methods listed below:

Telephone – 0121 483 2205

Email: counselling@newman.ac.uk

or fill out the form below:

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