Helping Teenagers 

Julie is very experienced at helping children, teenagers and siblings, aged from 8 all the way up to adulthood. 
She has worked as a School Counsellor since 2008, supporting children and young people with their own unique issues, including... 
Anxiety – School. Social. General. Sibling. 
Anger – which interferes with school/learning and family life and friendships. 
Bereavement – Family. Friend. Pets. 
Loss and Trauma – Bullying, domestic violence or trauma, suicidal or self-harming behaviours which impacts on the teenager’s life and daily functioning. 
Low Self-Esteem – Teenager may have low confidence, be misunderstood and need help with communicating with friends and family and teachers. 
Special Educational Needs or Additional Needs or Physical Disability or Illness – Supporting children and young people, young carers and siblings who are themselves or are caring for someone with special needs or disability. 
Autism, Aspergers Syndrome, Downs Syndrome and many with mild to moderate learning difficulties. 

Adaptable Methods to suit everyone... 

Julie employs a number of different therapies, creative techniques, play and development, including the use of play with young children, playing board games, colouring, painting, Play Dough and the use of the individual's own likes and interests. 
For example, if the young person enjoys drawing or writing or using their tablet/smartphone, Julie will adapt her counselling methods to suit them. 

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