Counselling service for colleges
It is widely recognised that dealing with young people’s mental health has become a regular part of teachers and lecturers workloads. Even with well-developed pastoral care systems, there is often a need for additional support to meet the emotional and mental health needs of young people today.
Our Counselling and Psychotherapy service for students offers affordable counselling to students aged 18 and over. Our practitioners work with students with a wide range of individual emotional, psychological and social stressors.
Newman Health & Wellbeing Counselling & Psychotherapy brings the skills of practitioners, tutors and trainee practitioners together to deliver a professional counselling service. Students will be matched to a counsellor that is best able to relate to the student and the issues they are looking to resolve.
How counselling can help students
Counselling can help your student with:
- Anger and Anxiety
- Depression and low mood
- Bereavement and loss
- 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
“Counselling has helped me consider and focus on my own needs and what feels right for me. To feel calmer and less reactive. Feeling more positive..”
Why colleges should choose Newman Health & Wellbeing Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Flexible delivery – at college or campus based counselling rooms including a suite of therapy rooms
- Extensive knowledge and practical expertise – the service is based on the collective knowledge and experience base of the counselling lecturers, all of whom are senior practitioners in their own right.
- Practitioners with specific training and experience in working with students.
- Counselling available throughout the academic year – offering continuity of service during college holidays
- Range of appointment times available – daytime and evenings
- Impact evaluation and research reports – colleges will be able to request reports prepared to University research standards based on the specifics of the service delivered
- Professional body membership – all counsellors as a minimum will be members of their professional bodies and will work to the relevant ethical code. Some will be close to or have achieved accredited counsellor status and others will have many years of counselling experience
- Clinical supervision – all counsellors receive external supervision to ensure the quality of therapeutic work
- Expertise in adult counselling – referrals can also be made for members of staff either as a stand-alone option or in combination with pupil counselling support
Newman Health & Wellbeing Counselling & Psychotherapy operates on a cost recovery basis, paid for by either commissioning organisations, such as educational establishments or individuals themselves.
Colleges draw upon their own budgets (including using pupil premium funding).
Counselling Contact Details
If you would like to find out more about Newman Health & Wellbeing Counselling and Psychotherapy, please contact using the methods listed below:
Telephone – 0121 387 4580