Direct Services to Schools

Outreach Counselling

Our counselling service supports the emotional and mental health of pupils.  

Counsellors have an understanding of key differences working with young people and the issues impacting on them, helping to affect positive change in young people.


How can we help?

Our counsellors can offer a young person a safe and supportive environment where, through talking and creative work, they are given the opportunity to be heard and to express their feelings without harm.  We accept referrals for children, young people, school staff, and parents.

Sessions are person-centred, one-to-one counselling and last for 50 minutes.  They are confidential, unless there is a disclosure which will be shared in line with the school's safeguarding procedures.

The service is delivered by qualified counsellors and supervised final year trainees, who are members of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society (NCPS), meaning they abide by their ethical framework.  We work closely with school pastoral team, school nurse, and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

Schools must ensure certain organisational and physical requirements are in place to allow counselling to take place.  The attached checklist can be used to help ensure all requirements are met.  If you have any queries, please contact us.


Please see below for Oureach Counselling package costs:

  • £11,315 for 1 day per week for the academic year*
  • £5,658 for 0.5 day per week for the academic year* 

* 1 qualified counsellor and up to 2 volunteer counsellors, dependent on room availability

Please contact us should you wish to discuss a level of service not detailed as a package.

Service Specifications

Outreach Counselling
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Sukwinder Jandu
Schools Outreach Counselling Manager
020 8921 5560