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We don't want you to feel alone

Are you a young person living in the district of Winchester?
Do you ever feel stressed, anxious, or down? You’re not alone.
Mental health is just as important as physical health, and it’s OK to ask for help. That’s where Winchester Youth Counselling comes in. We offer ways to help you deal with your feelings and feel better.
That’s where we come in. 
A trained counsellor can assist you in understanding your feelings and provide coping mechanisms. It takes a little work and might be a bit embarrassing at first, but we’re here to help you every step of the way.  
Don’t wait until things get too much. If you’re struggling, reach out to us today.
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We are here to help you

Are you a young person struggling right now?
Parents, do you need our help?

 

Do you work with young people?

Events

Wellbeing Walk-in
Every Wednesday
South Downs Social cafe, Winchester
4pm to 5pm 
Run The Winchester Half Marathon
Sunday 22nd September
We have ten individual free places, available on a first come, first served basis, for the popular Winchester Half Marathon, so if you want to run for a local charity, join Team WYC and make a difference to young people’s mental health.

Make a donation

£15 could pay for a young person to attend a Youth Wellbeing Drop In Session
£30 could pay for a child to attend a nature therapy workshop
£50 could pay for a child or young person to attend a one to one counselling session

“With the support of WYC we as a family have hope for the very first time. WYC has meant the world to us as a family. To have a service like this available is quite frankly saving children’s lives. Thank you.”

“These sessions have truly changed my life – I have seen many positive changes in my relationships with friends and family. I am so grateful that this service is here. It is invaluable”

“Counselling has improved my mental health and made me a happier person.”

“I would highly recommend this service to anyone, it has changed the way I think about myself completely.”