Issues with friends or family….stressed out at school…hormonal & body changes…. the list goes on. Adolescence can be really tough, messy and complicated. Sometimes we need some extra support to get through some difficult or challenging times. There is no shame in seeking support.
In fact it takes courage to challenge your experiences and see how you can better understand yourself and feel more confident. Whether it be bullying , exam stress, anxiety, issues with friends and relationships or trouble at home, we are here to help you better understand and deal with your feelings and the part you can play.
We provide a confidential space for you to talk about some of the difficult things going on in your life, and help you solve them.The goal of therapy is to help you talk through your problems, identify issues that are contributing to your anxiety or stress and identify positive personal strengths. So you can feel more confident and positive.
There is no one complete list of issues that teens come across, but you can see how all these things can build up overtime, especially if you don’t feel that you can talk about your worries or thoughts openly with anyone.
The Therapy Hub is here to help you express your thoughts and feelings and cope better with the change or issues you are facing.This one is not a complete list of issues that teens come across, but you can see how all these things can build up overtime, especially if you don’t feel that you can talk about you worries or thoughts openly with anyone. Sometimes it’s hard to know what to say but it often makes it worse if we choose not to talk at all. The Therapy Hub is here to help you express your thoughts and feelings and cope better with the change or issues you are facing.
Is counselling confidential?
YES! Teen counsellors are very passionate about working with young people. They keep what you say private and confidential. This means they don’t tell your parents , teachers or anyone else what you say with out your permission. Counsellors work to a strict Code of Ethics which means they must inform you of the limits of confidentiality and then stick to these rules. Everything you say is kept confidential to the counselling service unless there is clear evidence that you or someone else may be at risk. We can share things with your permission to your family or school.
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