We all need someone to talk to and, if you need to deal with problems and feelings which you can’t discuss with your friends or family, you might want to consider talking to a counsellor.
A counsellor is an approachable, friendly face who you can talk to about anything – however big or small.
Your counsellor won’t judge you and the things you tell them will normally be kept confidential. The number of times you talk to your counsellor can vary, some people might have just one or two appointments, while others will see someone more regularly. Either way, it can be a relay useful way for helping you through difficult times in your life.
Details of counselling services in Cambridgeshire are listed under Contacts below.
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A Youth Support Centre near you
People who can help when you need it most
Advice, Information and Counselling in Cambridge
Keep your head
A hub for links and Apps to help you cope with the pressures of teenage life
A confidential online service to support young people with their mental health and emotional wellbeing
Mental health charity who help those with experience of mental distress
Help for young people affected by severe mental illness
confidential non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide