Outside In Counselling
ANXIOUS ? CONFUSED ? MESSED UP ? WORRIED ? SAD ? ANGRY ? HELPLESS ?
The Outside In Counselling Service for 11-25 year olds is based in the Infoshop. We offer counselling appointments both within the Infoshop and in the Wrexham Secondary Schools.
Issues that counselling can help you to look at………
• Managing your anger
• Worries about sexuality
• Feelings of self hatred
• Why you are feeling low and fed up
• Problems at school and home
• Suicidal thoughts
• Unwanted sexual experiences/ experiences of abuse
Longer term counselling can help……..
• Improve your relationships and friendships
• Reduce stress
• Value yourself, make life work for you
• Remember, no issue, subject or worry is too big or too small
So what can you expect from counselling…..
• To be listened to and respected
• Help to talk about anything that maybe bothering you
• Not to be judged or told what to do
• Help to make your own choices and decisions
• 50 min sessions in a private confidential setting
Confidentiality is taken very seriously and is explained more fully when you have a meeting with us.
Comments from young people who have used the service…..
“I felt as if I was a piece of rope, knotted into a loop and with counselling I have been able to unknot it. I can now go where I want without being held back”
“Someone to talk too who was impartial”
“I have got more confident and now realise it is not my fault and I can start thinking and making choices for myself”.
How do I get an appointment?
Phone: Infoshop 01978 295600
Text: Outside Counselling Mobile 07800 689039
Or by asking a friend, parent, teacher, youth worker, professional, or anyone you trust to get in touch with us on your behalf.
All Outside In Counsellors are qualified and experienced with working with young people. The service and counsellors follow the All Wales Child Protection Procedures (2008) and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy guidelines.
If someone special dies
RD4U means the ‘road for you’. It is a website developed by Cruse Bereavement Care’s Youth Involvement Project which aims to support young people, after the death of someone close to them.
Everyone reacts different to a death and is an individual experience. Visit the site to find out how others in your situation have coped, read their experiences, share your thoughts and feelings and find help and ideas on how to cope.
If you would like more information on this topic or you have questions please call into the INFO Shop or contact us on 01978 295600 / Instant message. If you leave us a message we will get back to you as soon as we can.