Helping young people and those who work with them in a range of educational settings, with their emotional wellbeing.
We work with your school, in your school and alongside your school to provide age appropriate guidance, training, resources, advocacy, counselling and support.
Our range of experts can help with:
SRE | PSHE | FGM | Loss and Bereavement | Domestic Abuse | Mental Health | Suicide & Self-harm | Healthy Relationships | Emotional Wellbeing | Puberty | HIV & Sexual Health | Equality & Diversity | LGBT | Bullying | Self-esteem | Confidence | Eating Disorders | Military Families | Transition and more..
How does your organisation contribute to preventing suicide and supporting those affected by it?
We provide training and workshops for teachers, parents and young people in suicide awareness and in how to cope once suicide has affected you or your family and friends.
We provide counselling and support to young people, families, adults and teachers.
We encourage all schools to attend ASIST training not just teachers but sixth form and college students too.
What are your current priorities?
We will continue to provide awareness workshops to education settings across Lincolnshire. Including consultancy, help with policy writing, training and workshops to all ages. We will also provide a high quality counselling and support service to all those affected by suicide in Lincolnshire.
What challenges are you currently facing?
Austerity cuts, funding and budget constraints. Education around the importance of being aware and how someone can help as an individual.