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Youth, Young Person and Child Counselling

Many young people can struggle with how they feel. Pressures of school, family life, or problems with friends can all result in young people experiencing feelings of vulnerability, anxiety, depression, anger or fear and can all have a negative impact on their mental wellbeing.  They may feel scared, uncomfortable or unable to talk to a family member, friend or teacher about what they are experiencing or how they are feeling for fear of being judged. Counselling can offer them the opportunity to talk things through in a safe and confidential environment, offering support without making them feel judged. 

Counselling could support a young person who is experiencing bullying, relationship issues, low self-esteem, and self-harm through offering them the chance to explore the problem, the symptoms and strategies for coping.

I have worked with and supported young people in Further Education environments, Secondary and Primary Schools. I have also worked in Special Educational settings with students experiencing Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) issues.  I am a counsellor with Fully Enhanced DBS clearance.

Please use the contact form below to enquire further on how my services can be of benefit to a young persons individual needs.

Glenn Cooper

33 Franklin Gardens,

Hitchin, Hertfordshire,

SG4 0BS

Email: Glenncoopercounselling@gmail.com

Tel: 07834228049

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