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school counselling play therapy service

School Counselling & Play Therapy Service

Janis Griffiths

The Catholic Children’s Society (Westminster), 73 St Charles Square, London, W10 6EJ

Registered charity number 210920 www.cathchild.org.uk

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Problems with

parental or

peer relationships

Health problems

including serious

illness

Bullying

Child abuse

or domestic

violence

Issues Facing

Children & Young

People

Self harm including

substance abuse,

eating problems

School related

difficulties, e.g. attendance,

behaviour

Low self esteem,

stress, anxiety,

depression

Bereavement

and loss

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“There are numerous examples of children who would benefit from early invention, but are not receiving it. This means some children and young people have to reach crisis point before their mental health needs are addressed.”11 Million

agendas

Agendas

  • ‘Be Healthy’ ECM outcomes
  • SEAL programme- second and third wave pilots
  • National Healthy Schools Standards- emotional health and well-being
  • extended services core offer - ‘swift and easy referral’
  • CAMHS review identifying schools as key partners in improving mental health provision
  • School-level ‘well-being’ indicators- Ofsted
  • DCSF’s ‘targeted mental health in school’ programme pilots
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School Counselling Service

  • Established in 1987
  • Serves London Boroughs north of the Thames, Spelthorne & Middlesex
  • Worked in 33 Primary and Secondary schools in 2008
  • Provides confidential and professional counselling and play therapy services
  • Works with children and young people
  • Has a team of highly qualified, experienced and professionally accredited staff.
what do therapists do

What do Therapists do?

Therapy and counselling supports children and young people to:

  • express themselves freely and safely to a non-judgemental adult
  • think through their life history and experiences, and work on any unresolved issues
  • experience a positive, trusting and safe relationship with the therapist/ counsellor
  • understand their emotions and behaviours
  • explore current coping strategies
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Janis GriffithsSchool Counselling Team LeaderSt Vincent’s Family Centre118 Mayfield GardensHanwell W7 3RD020 8575 0282janisg@cathchild.org.ukwww.cathchild.org.uk

The Catholic Children’s Society (Westminster), 73 St Charles Square, London, W10 6EJ

Registered charity number 210920 www.cathchild.org.uk