Youth counselling

Please note that due to the coronavirus pandemic our youth and family support counselling is only being offered remotely, by telephone or video.

Our youth counselling service offers face-to-face counselling for young survivors of rape or sexual abuse aged 13 to 17.

How can this service help?

We offer weekly one-to-one counselling, in a safe and supportive space, for you to explore your thoughts and feelings and make sense of your life experiences. We aim to help you come to terms with what has happened to you, to enable you to feel stronger, safer and more positive about your future.

We also offer a Family support service, to provide emotional support to families of young people affected by rape or sexual abuse.

How can I get support?

For both our youth counselling and family support counselling (for parents supporting a child aged 13-17 who has experienced sexual abuse) you can request support by completing our referral form and returning to

Once a referral has been made, the Youth Counsellor will then contact you to arrange a time to meet with you for an initial assessment.