Latest CYP News
Kooth’s free virtual sessions for professionals to support young people
Kooth is a free, online counselling and emotional wellbeing platform which is available to young people aged 10-16 years across Lancashire. The service allows young people to gain anonymous access to advice, support and guidance on any issue that is affecting their mental health and wellbeing.
The Butterfly and Phoenix Project is still here to support young people
We are a team of trained counsellors working across Preston, Chorley, South Ribble, Fylde and Wyre. We support young people aged 11-18 to resolve emotional difficulties through the delivery of 1-2-1 counselling and group workshops.
Mind launch survey to understand how the mental health and wellbeing of adults, children and young people is being affected by coronavirus (COVID-19)
People are more likely to experience mental health problems during national emergencies, like this pandemic, and those who already have mental health problems can be the most affected. Therefore the national charity founded in 1946, Mind, has released a survey to find out the impact coronavirus is having on mental health, how people are currently accessing advice, and to better understand how they can support people during this time.
Grosvenor Park Primary School and their fight against COVID-19 worries
In these uncertain times, when children can feel especially anxious and worried, the staff at Grosvenor Park School in Morecambe are doing everything they can to not allow this virus to affect the mental health and emotional wellbeing of their pupils.
Coronavirus: Help and guidance
At these uncertain times, it is natural for your child to feel anxious or worried. If you would like some advice on how to talk to them, please take a look at these tips from World Health Organization.
Chorley Council team up with local students to raise awareness on mental health
Chorley Council have recently teamed up with Preston’s College to work with their media students, who have produced some brilliant videos to highlight the issues facing young men when it comes to addressing and opening up about their wellbeing.