Kooth online counselling service

Kooth is a free and completely confidential online counselling service, providing emotional and mental health support to children and young people between the ages of 10 and 24.

Our students can access Kooth by signing up via their website www.kooth.com. In addition to counselling, Kooth provide a space for young people to access peer support in their online forum, as well as downloadable resources on a variety of topics which effect the wellbeing of children and young people. Kooth’s fully trained counsellors and therapists are available everyday between 12noon – 10pm.

For more information about Kooth please click here.

YPA has a good understanding and built a rapport with my son. He has been happy and well cared for to the point where he has met his full potential and thrived. The right balance and structure has provided for my son’s complex needs. Thank you for your continuous support.  Parent

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