We all need some extra support and someone to talk to
We understand that lots of young people will face personal challenges during their life, and our team of dedicated experts are on hand to help support and guide young people through these tough times. Moreover, we deliver 1-2-1 targeted support interventions at our dedicated meeting spaces at Positive Futures. This specialist intervention allows young people to access emotional support for any personal issues going on in their lives. Our overarching goals are to help improve young peoples’ mental health, self-esteem as well as build character.
What does our Targeted Support cover?
Our targeted intervention team has specific specialities including;
- Counselling skills
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Face-to-face sessions are available at our units at Positive Futures and virtually via zoom.
- This also means that you need to self-isolate from being with groups of friends at the park and even attending face-to-face activities at Positive Futures.
- We encourage you to try your best to continue helping to keep others around you safe.
- Remember to always wash hands, cover face, make space and self-isolate if you or someone in your bubble has tested positive and you have been asked by your school to stay home.
All our youth workers delivering services in person are following all necessary safety measures and asking young people and families to do the same.
Anyone entering the PF units will be: Screened, asked to use disinfectants, be required to social distance and must use masks at all times.
As an extra precautionary measure, we are following updates from Track and Trace to keep on top of the updates that affect young people.