Children’s and adults’ counselling

Face-to-face or phone/online therapy sessions

Children’s and adults’ counselling

£45.00 - £55.00

Life can be quite tough sometimes. It makes a real difference having people around us who understand and respect us – such as family, close friends and sometimes other adults, or people you know less well, such as counsellors.

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Sometimes life is tough

Life can be quite tough sometimes. It makes a real difference having people around us who understand and respect us – such as family, close friends and sometimes other adults, or people you know less well, such as counsellors.

Someone to talk to

Sometimes, people with difficult worries or problems end up feeling angry, upset, mixed up or just feel really down. If you have problems or worries and are finding it hard to find someone to talk to; think about speaking to a CHATTS counsellor.

What counsellors do

When you see a counsellor you will probably find it’s quite different from talking to other people.

  • Counsellors are completely outside your family or your group of friends and it can be easier to talk about your problems to people you’re not close to.
  • They will not criticise or judge you. He/she will respect you and listen carefully to what you have to say.
  • The counsellor will not tell you what you should do. They will work with you to help you sort things out.

Sometimes life is tough

Life can be quite tough sometimes. It makes a real difference having people around us who understand and respect us – such as family, close friends and sometimes other adults, or people you know less well, such as counsellors.

Someone to talk to

Sometimes, people with difficult worries or problems end up feeling angry, upset, mixed up or just feel really down. If you have problems or worries and are finding it hard to find someone to talk to; think about speaking to a CHATTS counsellor.

What counsellors do

When you see a counsellor you will probably find it’s quite different from talking to other people.

  • Counsellors are completely outside your family or your group of friends and it can be easier to talk about your problems to people you’re not close to.
  • They will not criticise or judge you. He/she will respect you and listen carefully to what you have to say.
  • The counsellor will not tell you what you should do. They will work with you to help you sort things out.

Sometimes life is tough

Life can be quite tough sometimes. It makes a real difference having people around us who understand and respect us – such as family, close friends and sometimes other adults, or people you know less well, such as counsellors.

Someone to talk to

Sometimes, people with difficult worries or problems end up feeling angry, upset, mixed up or just feel really down. If you have problems or worries and are finding it hard to find someone to talk to; think about speaking to a CHATTS counsellor.

What counsellors do

When you see a counsellor you will probably find it’s quite different from talking to other people.

  • Counsellors are completely outside your family or your group of friends and it can be easier to talk about your problems to people you’re not close to.
  • They will not criticise or judge you. He/she will respect you and listen carefully to what you have to say.
  • The counsellor will not tell you what you should do. They will work with you to help you sort things out.

Sometimes life is tough

Life can be quite tough sometimes. It makes a real difference having people around us who understand and respect us – such as family, close friends and sometimes other adults, or people you know less well, such as counsellors.

Someone to talk to

Sometimes, people with difficult worries or problems end up feeling angry, upset, mixed up or just feel really down. If you have problems or worries and are finding it hard to find someone to talk to; think about speaking to a CHATTS counsellor.

What counsellors do

When you see a counsellor you will probably find it’s quite different from talking to other people.

  • Counsellors are completely outside your family or your group of friends and it can be easier to talk about your problems to people you’re not close to.
  • They will not criticise or judge you. He/she will respect you and listen carefully to what you have to say.
  • The counsellor will not tell you what you should do. They will work with you to help you sort things out.

The face-to-face session includes:

The counsellor will normally see you for a few weeks or until you think things are better for you. The sessions last for between 30 and 50 minutes and are usually held in a room at your school where you will not be disturbed. Alternative places can be arranged if you don’t want to be seen in school.

If you are at a primary school, you will need the agreement of your parents and/or guardians before counselling can begin.

If you are in a secondary school, in most cases, you will not need the agreement of you parents.

For adult counselling sessions, in most cases we can provide sessions in your preferred area.

If you have any queries please contact the service:

Child and Adult Talking Therapy Service
Phone: 01795 597484
Email: kcht.chatts@nhs.net