Many young people are struggling with how they feel, particularly now. Counselling can help young people deal with issues and events and the effects they are having on their mental wellbeing.

We have counsellors qualified and ready to support those aged between 12-25.

Issues that affect your mental health have the potential to arise from your school, family, and even internal conflicts relating to your identity. In addition to inhibiting your daily life and personal relationships, these issues can even lead to deeper mental health disorders and physical ailments.

Our team are dedicated to helping young people process and overcome the challenges they face throughout their lives, welcoming those of all backgrounds and circumstances. So, no matter what concerns you might have, whether a new source of stress or deeper anxiety, our services are here to help.
By undertaking counselling, you are enabled to talk and express yourself, free from the obligations and inhibitions of school and home environments. A safe, non-judgmental space is created and a qualified, experienced counsellor will support your mental health so as to help you return to an enjoyable life. Everything you share remains entirely confidential to ensure a bond of absolute trust, compromised only in circumstances in which a counsellor is concerned about your safety.
Following counselling sessions, many of our young clients have expressed feeling happier, with less anxiety and fear. Some have found themselves better able to focus within an educational setting, finding their studies to be overall more fulfilling, while others have developed healthier relationships with their friends and family.
At Bristol Counselling and Psychotherapy, we have counsellors qualified and ready to support those aged between 12-25. Our services are available as short-term therapies or long-term counselling sessions, both online and face-to-face, and arranged to suit your schedule.

Issues that affect your mental health have the potential to arise from your school, family, and even internal conflicts relating to your identity. In addition to inhibiting your daily life and personal relationships, these issues can even lead to deeper mental health disorders and physical ailments.

Our team are dedicated to helping young people process and overcome the challenges they face throughout their lives, welcoming those of all backgrounds and circumstances. So, no matter what concerns you might have, whether a new source of stress or deeper anxiety, our services are here to help.
By undertaking counselling, you are enabled to talk and express yourself, free from the obligations and inhibitions of school and home environments. A safe, non-judgmental space is created and a qualified, experienced counsellor will support your mental health so as to help you return to an enjoyable life.

Everything you share remains entirely confidential to ensure a bond of absolute trust, compromised only in circumstances in which a counsellor is concerned about your safety.
Following counselling sessions, many of our young clients have expressed feeling happier, with less anxiety and fear. Some have found themselves better able to focus within an educational setting, finding their studies to be overall more fulfilling, while others have developed healthier relationships with their friends and family.
At Bristol Counselling and Psychotherapy, we have counsellors qualified and ready to support those aged between 12-25. Our services are available as short-term therapies or long-term counselling sessions, both online and face-to-face, and arranged to suit your schedule.