Parabl Talking Therapies provides short-term therapeutic interventions for individuals facing common mental health difficulties or challenging life events which may be impacting on their emotional wellbeing.
If a telephone assessment finds that you are suitable to have treatment from the service you could be offered:
- Self help
- Self help with guidance
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
You can self-refer to the service by phoning 0300 777 2257 (business hours), or email email@example.com.
We advise that you visit their website before contacting to find more information about the service.
Everyone copes differently with bereavement, and there is no ‘normal’ or ‘right’ way to grieve. Cruse is a national charity with localised branches that provide advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved (children, young people and adults), whenever or however a death has occurred. The service is provided by trained, experienced volunteers, in the client’s own home. It is confidential and free.
Click here to go to the national website for more information, or here for the North Wales branch website to self refer.
Golau – Barnados
The well-being practitioners at Golau will offer early intervention and prevention service for children and young people age 8 to 18 and their families.
After initial meetings together, they will develop a plan of therapy and support sessions. This will be reviewed after 12 weeks with an agreed strategy going forward.
We will work with each person to support them with issues such as:
- anger/aggression/unmanageable behaviour
- bereavement and loss
- breakdown in child/parent relationship
- low mood
- low self esteem
- social isolation
You can self refer to the service. Click the button below to load and print the form in order to return it.