Appeer – for the benefit of autistic and neurodiverse girls and women, including families and professionals. Dealing with suicide prevention, eating issues, sleep issues and managing at school.
Beat Eating Disorders – resources and support for anyone struggling with disordered eating.
CAMHS / SALT/ OT – mental health services up to the age of 18. Speech and Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy services can all be accessed through the same ‘one stop’ website.
Centre for Psychology – free NHS Psychological counselling sessions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety, depression, panic attacks and obsessive compulsive disorder. Open 24hrs at weekends.
Childline – advice on bullying, abuse, depression, self-harming, eating disorders, puberty, exams, sexting and school/college anxieties and problems. Children can register for an online account on the Childline website. Children can have a 1-2-1 counsellor chat online and join other people on the message board. Up to 19yrs.
Cruse – offering support, advice and information to all ages when someone dies.
CYP Safe Haven – provides a safe place for children and young people aged 10-18 where they can talk about their worries and mental health. They hold workshops discussing different mental health subjects, including addiction, mental health, anger management and relationships.
DHC Talking Therapies – free counselling sessions for 17+ who are registered with a GP in Surrey. They offer physical and mental health counselling, including phobias, single episode trauma, sleep difficulties, health conditions, such as diabetes and physical pain.
East Surrey Crisis Line – advice and guidance on mental health, drug and alcohol abuse including the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Clinic.
Healthy Surrey – sexual health, mental health, domestic abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, health checks, smoking, nutrition and activity.
Hope Again – a national bereavement charity that provides support, advice and information to young people.
Kooth – online counselling and emotional well-being for children and young people aged 11-24.
Mermaids – support for transgender, non-binary and gender-diverse children, young people, and their families.
Mind – advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Mind Matters – providing talking therapies to adults (17+) registered with a GP in Surrey.
Muslim Youth Helpline – dealing with mental health and physical abuse, mental health problems and addiction.
NSPCC – information and helpline for anyone concerned about a young person.
Oakleaf Enterprise – developing work related skills, reducing isolation, mental health and wellbeing. For adults 16-67 years.
Papyrus Hopeline UK – free confidential helpline for anyone concerned about a young person at risk of harming themselves or having suicidal thoughts.
Relate – relationship counselling for children and young people, family counselling and mediation.
ReThink – advice service offers help on living with mental illness, medication and care.
Samaritans – for people struggling to cope with everyday life including suicidal thoughts, mental health, support groups for people bereaved by suicide, drug and alcohol abuse.
SANE – a national helpline for anyone coping with mental illness, sufferers, carers or concerned family or friends.
Shout – crisis support for urgent issues including suicidal thoughts, abuse or assault, self-harm, bullying, and relationship difficulties.
Surrey and Borders Crisis Mental Health Helpline – provides all year round support for all mental health issues.
Surrey Care Trust – counselling for 16-25 yr-olds, mentoring for young people aged 14-16 who are struggling in the education system, and helping 11-18 yr-olds to cope with the pandemic.
The Mix – free confidential help for a wide range of issues for young people under 25.
Please note that that these are external links and Guildford Nursery School and Family Centre is not responsible for the content on these websites.