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Council Services:

Welcome to the Gwynedd and Anglesey Secondary Schools Counselling Service

The Gwynedd and Anglesey Secondary Schools Counselling Service can offer help with many of the emotional problems or issues facing young people such as:

  • sadness
  • confidence
  • bulling
  • hurting
  • grieving
  • happiness
  • confusion
  • bitterness
  • depression
  • anger
  • worrying
  • fear
  • wanted to be respected

What is the purpose of counselling?

  • an opportunity to speak to an independent person
  • help to deal with emotional problems
  • develop self-awareness
  • help understanding and dealing with negative emotions
  • a source of personal empowerment and resourcefulness 

In order to receive counselling from a trained counsellor young people will have to be referred (be recommended by a person in authority to have counselling by a professional) or self-refer themselves. Please see below for ways of being referred   

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    How to be referred

    There are many ways to be refered to a counsellor.

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    All matters discussed between the Counsellor and the young persons are completely confidential.

Contact Education Service

Education Service
Department of Lifelong Learning
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Main reception: (01248) 750 057
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