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Support for Parents and Caregivers
Although No5 is a service for young people, we know that it can be really challenging to support a young person who is struggling with their mental health. That’s why we offer support and information for parents and caregivers.
When times are difficult for young people, their family members can often feel in need of someone to talk to as well. It can also be difficult for the parents or carers of young people to come to terms with them needing more help with emotional issues than they themselves are able to offer. We can provide a place for you to ask questions and get help, including individual counselling and group support.
Our counsellors are fully trained in safeguarding and child protection practices and are professionally supervised alongside their counselling practice. No5 is an organisational member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
You can contact us on 0118 901 5668 for more information and/or a confidential chat.
We are always keen to engage with parents whose children have had counselling at No5; if you would like to share your story with us and raise awareness of our services, please contact our Operations Team, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Parent’s Experience
You can access some fact sheets here for parents and caregivers
Ten Things Young People Want Parents To Know About Mental Health
Our Young Ambassadors share ten key things they wish parents knew about mental health. We hope this is helpful to all parents.