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  1. Alumina is a free, online 7 week course for young people struggling with self-harm. Each course has up to 8 young people, all accessing the sessions from their own phones, tablets or laptops across the UK. The courses take place on different evenings of the…
  2. AnDY is a specialist clinic for the treatment of anxiety and / or depression in children and young people in the Berkshire area. "We offer assessments, treatment and research to children and young people who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety and/or depression. We will first offer you…
    School of Psychology and Clinical Language SciencesHarry Pitt BuildingUniversity of Reading, Earley GateReadingRG6 7BE
  3. A free counselling service, primarily for children, young people and their families. We also provide training for teachers and help to set up anti-bullying and peer mentoring schemes. Adult counselling also available there is a charge, visit website for more details on service available. Contact via…
    Arc Youth Counselling Service35 Reading RoadWokinghamBerkshireRG41 1EG
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  4. Art Therapy in Berkshire Expressing feelings through art and play Based in Windsor - local to areas of Berkshire, Surrey & Buckinghamshire.  Art therapy involves making art alongside a trained art therapist.  The art therapist accompanies and supports the child, young person or adult, during…
    Windsor

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