1:1 counselling for young people aged 19 years and under living in the Bristol area with a gambling addiction or those affected by the gambling addiction of a friend or family
Resources: Counselling - Children and young people
Help Counselling offers help to distressed young people in a confidential setting. With services available from as little as £3, Help Counselling work with both parents and children to support young people in all aspects of their life.
Youth counselling at Network is available to anyone aged 11 or above.
Growing into the adult world today can feel very tough and sometimes it all can feel just too much because of relationship difficulties, family difficulties, school pressures, peer pressures, bullying, bereavement, or just difficult thoughts and feelings. Whatever it may be, talking things through with a professional counsellor who is in-touch with the colour of a young person’s world today, can help. You may come with specific issues, or you may simply want an opportunity to talk and learn a little more about yourself.
The counsellor is there for you and to listen to what it is that concerns you and to help you say what you want.
Off the Record provides free confidential, self-referral specialist information, advice, informal support and counselling for young people in Bristol, aged 11 – 25. Appointments can be arranged through the helpline or via email.
The Bridge Foundation provides a range of psychoanalytic and counselling services for children, young people, adults, parents and families – giving support to anyone experiencing emotional difficulty or trouble.
The Rainbow Centre for Children provides free and professional support to children and their families affected by life threatening illness and bereavement.
Free counselling for young people aged 11-18 years. Deliveres in Nailsea, North Somerset