01708 477 663

Registered Charity Number: 1163561         You & Me Counselling is a Member of BACP


You and Me Counselling provide solutions that can bring a dramatic positive change in the life of children/young people and their families in the following ways:

  • To promote children and young people’s mental health
  • To promote children and young people’s self-esteem and self-worth
  • To empower troubled young people to complete their secondary school education
  • To enable young people to be fully functioning members of the community
  • To empower parents in order to make their environment adaptable and sustainable
  • To empower young people and their families particularly those from disadvantages backgrounds
  • To support young people and families to reduce constant arguments at home that can lead to homelessness
  • To enable teaching that can reduce risk behaviour in schools and community
  • To promote understanding between schools, young people and their families
  • To reduce persistent disruptive and truancy behaviour in classrooms
  • To facilitate change of behaviour in young offenders
  • To support young offenders to integrate back into the community after being released from prison
  • To reduce shoplifting and general offending behaviour among young people
  • To reduce the number of youth crimes
  • To reduce self-harm among adolescents
  • To facilitate anger management and problem solving skills
  • To enable coaching that can propel peace building among young people


We welcome referrals from parents, carers, organisations, schools, Police, social services and other agencies. Anyone above 16 years of age can refer themselves.

“Referrals could be for many issues, including (but certainly not limited to);”

  • Anxiety
  • Aggressive Behaviour
  • Anger Management
  • Low self-esteem and lack of confidence
  • Trauma following abuse: Emotional /Physical / Sexual
  • Unmanageable children/young people
  • At risk of being excluded from school due to behavioural problems
  • Traumatic life events which have caused disturbed behaviour
  • Exclusion from school following disruptive behaviour
  • Bullying
  • Disruptive or disturbed behaviour due to being bullied
  • Social & Communication difficulties
  • Parental Separation / Divorce
  • Moderate/Severe Depression
  • Suicidal Tendencies
  • Deliberate Self-harm
  • Substance Misuse
  • Eating Disorders
  • Signs of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  • Phobias
  • Post-traumatic stress Disorder
  • Sexual and relationship problems
  • Emotional disorders
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Criminal behaviour associated with gangs