What we do?
Youth Fed offer mental health support which can benefit you by focusing on your health aspects and strengths.
When you recognize that they are experiencing difficulties with their mental health, they can refer themselves or ask their key worker to refer them.
What we can offer?
Low intensity mental health advice and support for you who are experiencing mild to moderate issues such as anxiety, depression, panic disorder, social phobia and conduct disorders.
If you are aged 10-25 and live in Cheshire West or 8-25 and from the Wirral, we can support you with your mental health difficulties and promote a positive therapy focus/outcome. We offer Digital Mental health Support to you if you are from Cheshire West, Cheshire East, Halton, Merseyside and Wirral.
What Happens After You Make A Referral?
You will then be offered an assessment appointment to build a good picture of your difficulties so that we can understand what you are hoping to get from therapy.
Emma Ward: Lead Mental Health Support Officer who can offer support to you if you are struggling with the following: anxiety, depression, coping with stress, health, anxiety, panic, phobia, sleep, scary thoughts, money worries, self-harm, resilience mindfulness, coping with long term physical conditions. Targeted Mental Health Support: supporting you who have Autism or other learning difficulties. For example, dyslexia, ADHD, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, auditory processing disorder, language processing disorder. This is young person led.
Rebecca Hardman: Youth Fed’s Low Intensity Digital Mental Health Support is viewed by many Children and You years as an extension of their largely digital lives, with access to a range of needs-appropriate features. Psychoeducation via digitally based low-intensity support and signposting to you who may be: feeling worried, stressed, angry, lacking in confidence, low level anxiety, low self-esteem, bullying. Primarily this is group support, however a maximum of five you can be supported on an individual basis. Rebecca cascades all important information about mental health awareness and positive online activity to boost mood. Her Positive Psychology Group Sessions promote positive psychology to groups of you. This is also young person led.
Michael Jones: Youth Fed's Goal Setting and Life Direction Coach can help you gain a sense of direction, motivation and focus. It can be really supportive for you to have someone help them set out their goals. It will give them clarity on who they are. Mike will help them to know what they want and why they want to achieve their goals. It will also help them define their purpose, recognise any barriers that arise, why they want to set these specific goals they have in mind and the meaning they will have for them.
We are all Youth Mental Health Instructor trained and can deliver Youth Mental Health training