Student Mental Health

For some of you the Christmas break may be tricky, and you might need someone to talk to.  Remember, looking after your mental health is as important as putting a plaster on a bleeding wound, a plaster cast on a broken limb or taking medication for a fever.

Please see some links below, which you may find can offer you the support you need.  Please do 'Reach Out'.

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Sussex Community Counselling

We offer counselling in Newhaven, Lewes, Hailsham and Eastbourne to anyone aged 16 years and above. We offer an initial introductory session where you can ask questions and tell us a bit about why you want to come for counselling. A self-referral form can be downloaded here Self-referral form, or click on link below:

http://sussexcommunity.org.uk/healthy-living/counselling/ 

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Bereavement - support for children and young people:-

Child Bereavement UK:
https://childbereavementuk.org/

St Wilfreds Hospice:
https://www.stwhospice.org/the-seahorse-project 
https://www.stwhospice.org/1-to-1-bereavement-support

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e-motion
https://www.e-motion.org.uk/

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Childline
 – Online, on the phone, anytime!

Childline -  You can talk to us about anything.  No problem is too big or too small. Call us free on 0800 1111 or get in touch online.  However you choose to 

Contact us, you’re in control.  It’s confidential and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.

www.childline.org.uk

 

Willingdon Community School Safeguarding Team:

talk2us@willingdonschool.org.uk 

There will be a member of the Safeguarding Team monitoring this email
address throughout the summer.

 

The Sussex Mental Healthline 0300 5000 101