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Counselling for Children and Young People

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Mental health has been in the news a lot recently and it’s not just adults who suffer. Children and young people are affected too and they require help from a specialist counsellor, experienced in dealing with this age group.

Our therapist, Martine Martinus, has worked with children, young people and adults with all levels of mental health difficulties:

  • mild, moderate, severe and even in crisis with suicidal intentions/ thoughts
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • panic attacks
  • self injury

Working with clients who are suffering from:

  • bullying
  • bereavement
  • low confidence and self esteem
  • domestic abuse
  • loss or separation
  • family breakup
  • alcohol/substance dependency
  • peer pressure
  • difficult relationships
  • school/ college/ university pressures
  • stress
  • sexuality and gender issues
  • moving home/ school

Tell-tale signs that your child may be suffering from emotional issues:

  • Feeling frightened, nervous or panicky all the time
  • Feeling down or depressed
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Low appetite or overeating
  • Tired and irritable
  • Headaches
  • Palpitations and panic attacks
  • Unexplained recurrent illness
  • Reluctant to go to school or usual activities

Read more here

Martine offers a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your needs and requirements. 

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