WELLBEING FOR SCHOOLS
WELLBEING - CREATIVITY -ETHICAL - LEARNING
ARE YOU AT CRISIS POINT?, OR LOOKING FOR WELLBEING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION?
Next Step Wellbeing is a holistic Mental Health Provider that has been providing a counselling wellbeing service to schools across the North East and is attracting a great deal of positive feedback.
This higher-level understanding and experience helps shape our organisation and supports our staff team to work alongside the school system, enabling the children to achieve their potential.
Counselling in school support can provide vulnerable young people with access to an appropriate intervention at the right time and ensure they are able to be supported within their school setting. The therapeutic intervention included offering 1-1 counselling, peer group work, joint support for the main care giver and child or 1-1 parental support.
This service has been to be very successful with excellent outcomes for children, young people and their families.
The schools are a the heart of what we do, as a service, we have been successful in gaining a fantastic reputation and quality assurance for schools in and around the North East.
Our background and experience clearly demonstrate that we understand the school system and how it functions, from governance level, to meeting the child’s mental health and emotional needs, allowing our service to compliment Emotional well-being strategies that schools may already provide.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO?
Here what other schools are saying about us:
When we started working with Next Step Wellbeing I knew that it was going to be very positive for the children, but I had not realised the positive impact it would have made for the parents, staff and senior leadership team. Keep up the great work.
Head Teacher - Durham School
From the words of our Pupil:
Was very helpful as found methods to distract myself from being worried e.g more homework and looking back on Year 5 Maths. Encouraged me to speak more to ask questions.
Pupil - Durham School
The classroom dynamic was overwhelming at times, after some techniques I was able to self manage the room better, and truly understand what the reasons are behind the behaviour.
SEN Teacher - Wallsend
I don’t know how to thank you enough, I started attending counselling as I was not feeling quite right, feeling low and anxious. The counselling process allowed me to recognise my patterns of behaviour and reflect on the way I live my life.
Parent – Sunderland