Children and Young People Counselling

This is a confidential counselling service for young people who are unhappy, unsettled or worried because of conflict within the family or other family issues. This service is available to all young people, aged 8 - 18 years. Young people who access this service often feel angry, isolated and confused. This could be as a result of:

  • Parents separation or divorce, either recently or in the past.
  • Difficulty adjusting to living in a new family.
  • Any other family problems or changes.
  • Anxiety
  • Peer pressure
  • Bullying
  • Social media

Our young people's counsellors have all received specialist training to work with young people. They will listen and help you to work out what is the best way forward, without telling you what to do.

You can express how you feel in private; you will be listened to; you will have a chance to talk and work things out.

Everything you say will remain confidential . However in some circumstances confidentiality may be broken if:

  • You are going to harm yourself or someone else
  • Someone is harming you or someone else you have told us about

This will be explained to you in your first meeting.

Please call us on 0116 2543011

 

Early Intervention Service

The Early intervention Service is an emotional wellbeing and therapeutic support service for children and young people between the age of 5-18 years old living in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland with low/moderate mental health needs. 

To access this service you will need to be assessed by your GP to ensure you are going to the best service for you.

EIS is made up of three organisations: Relate, CFF and ADHD Solutions and offers a range of support interventions for children, young people and parents/carers. The service aims to promote positive mental health, increase healthy coping strategies and encourage communication and support. 

Community Chill Out Zone

If you are aged 11 - 18 years old and live in LE1 & LE2 and have overwhelming feelings of anxiety, low mood, suicidal thoughts, thoughts of self harm you can contact us for support.

We are open Monday to Saturday 9am to 8pm and you can:

text 07566 819842

email reception@rllr.org.uk

drop in to our centre 83 Aylestone Road, Leicester (just down the road from Leicester Royal Infirmary)

You can talk to someone who will introduce themselves to you, you can share your feelings and we will listen to you and support you until you are feeling calmer. We can help you access other support services and give you more information about our drop in support.


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