The service offers group work (six people per group for eight sessions) in secondary schools across Mole Valley. Each session is facilitated by an experienced member of the team. The group will spend time looking at their emotions, how to regulate these and utilise helpful coping mechanisms. The aim is to build upon the young person’s own resources, support system and help them learn tools they can use for the future. It is also a great opportunity to get to know peers in a safe environment.
- Young people are nominated by the secondary school itself, the sessions take place in the school during the school day.
- The students need to be able to regularly attend the sessions and engage in a group.
- Ideal for young people with low confidence, self-esteem issues and struggling with resilience.
- This is not an intensive or 121 service. Young person can not be in crisis.
- Mole Valley
Name of partner: Leatherhead Youth Project