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A guide for parents and students on good resources for information on staying healthy and safe
Last Updated: May 3, 2017 URL: http://collyers.libguides.com/wellbeing Print Guide RSS Updates

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Counselling Services

Collyer’s offers a counselling service to students via Dialogue who are available in college during the following times:

 

Mondays 09.00 -15.00

Wednesdays 11.00 -14.00

Fridays 11.00-14.00

 

To see a counsellor you will need to complete a Counselling  Services Referral Form, which is in the section below this.


Once completed please hand in your form to either Nicola Algar or Jane French in Student Services. They will then arrange for you to see the Lead Counsellor for an assessment.

 

This is a fully confidential service with trained counsellors.

 

If you require counselling support outside College hours please visit Kooth- live chat counsellors.

 

 

Counselling Services at Collyer's Information Leaflet and Referral Form

 

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a mind-body based training that enables people to change the way they think and feel about their experiences, especially stressful experiences. Mindfulness:

    • pays attention to thoughts, feelings and body sensations to become directly aware of them, and better able to manage them;

    • has deep roots in ancient meditation practices and also draws on recent scientific advances;

    • helps people to experience long-lasting physical and psychological stress reduction.

  • To enrol on the .bMindfulness  course, go to My Progress, select the Shop tab, and then Enricjhment Activities, and choose a suitable time.

For further information visit the Mindfulness VLE , or email Helen Bolger.

 

    Find it Out

    Find it out  offers free and confidential advice to young people

    Address - Youth Hub, Hurst Road, RH12 2DN

    Telephone - 07894809134

    Times - Monday-Thursday 13.30-17.00

    Sexual Health Nurse- Every Thursday 15.30 -17.00 (Pregnancy tests, contraception, emergency contraception and advice)

     

    Teenage Drop-In Health Clinic

    The Drop-in clinic is at Horsham Hospital, Hurst Road, Horsham.

    Tel: 01403 227012

    Open Wednesdays 16.00 - 17.00

    NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

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    Your Space

    Link the the WSCC 'Your Space' site, giving advice for anyone between 11 - 25.

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