Looking after your mental health is important
Our mental health includes our emotional, psychological and social wellbeing. The quality of our mental health affects how we think, feel and act. It can affect our ability to make decisions, how we are dealing with stress, how we are relating to others and to ourselves.
Sometimes talking to somebody who is not your parent, friend or family member in a confidential and non-judgemental setting can help you to manage the worries and stresses of everyday life better.
What we offer to support your mental health
Centre 33 offers free and confidential counselling (talking therapy).
We generally offer short-term counselling. This includes an Initial Assessment and then 6 sessions of counselling, which are once a week at the same time each week.
We also have drop in sessions at all of our hubs. Opening times here
“I don’t think I will ever be able to say how grateful I am for your help…
Thank you for not judging me, and allowing me to be just me”
You’ve been there for me,
Letting me ramble about what’s wrong,
Just listening and not judging me
Trying to get me to describe how I feel,
Trying to find ways of coping instead of harming,
Making me feel like it was safe to talk about everything,
Being there when I felt like I had no one,
I know I never told you…
But being able to talk to each week helped
I won’t ever be able to say thank you enough…
But thank you…
Thank you for everything…”
Who is it for?
We offer counselling to young people, aged 13-25, who live in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.
Young people come to us for a wide range of reasons and we will work with you whatever your issues. If things are getting you down then talking to someone may help. It is completely normal to need support from time to time, and to ask for some help. No problem is “too small” for counselling, and equally, receiving counselling does not mean you are ‘mad’ or unwell.
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer our counselling service to students at the University of Cambridge or Anglia Ruskin University, as these students have access to an equivalent service within their university.
“Everybody here is really welcoming and friendly. They really put you at ease and cannot do enough for you”
Questions and feedback
If you have any questions about our service then please do get in touch –every question is important to us. You can see some frequently asked questions, and our answers to them here.
We also really welcome your feedback about the service. If you have been to Centre 33 for counselling and you have positive or negative feedback, or suggestions for things we could improve, then please email us at email@example.com
Some useful websites:
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