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Psychosocial Support and Early Help

Psycho-social support is a form of therapy where your worker will typically focus on building a positive relationship and you will hopefully feel accepted, listened too and understood. The sessions are a place for you to talk about aspects of your life you are struggling with. Your worker will help you understand how your relationship with yourself is contributing to how you're feeling as well as understanding how other aspects of your life affects you too. This could be friendships, relationships, discrimination, finances, family, school etc

Early Help

Who could this be good for?

Young people who…

  • are aged 13-25
  • want to explore something specific, whether that be certain feelings, behaviours, relationships, or something else
  • don’t necessarily need a great deal of support but would like to go over some things
  • aren’t necessarily looking for long-term support
  • may need support accessing other services or external support

What does Early Help offer?

In Early Help, your worker is there to:

  • Listen to you in a non-judgmental environment
  • Clarify anything that you may be unsure about
  • Acknowledge your feelings and behaviours and help you to understand them
  • Suggest practical strategies on how to manage day-to-day life or things that you might be struggling with

The details:

Early Help typically comprises 6-8 sessions, which usually last around 1 hour each.

Psychosocial Support

Who could this be good for?

Young people who…

  • are aged 13-25
  • may be your first time accessing support
  • may be unclear why you want support, but just know something doesn't feel right
  • if you're unsure about services, but would like support
  • would like to understand yourself better
  • may want more creative ways of engaging in therapeutic work

What does Psychosocial Support offer?

Similarly to Early Help, your worker is there to:

  • Listen to you in a non-judgmental environment
  • Clarify anything that you may be unsure about
  • Acknowledge your feelings and behaviours and help you to understand them
  • Suggest practical strategies on how to manage day-to-day life or things that you might be struggling with
  • Guide you at a pace that is comfortable for you

The details

Psychosocial Support typically comprises 12-20 sessions, which usually last around 1 hour each. However, you and your worker may agree that fewer sessions are needed.

 

Sound right for you? You can find out about referring yourself for support here.

 
 
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