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Counselling

"I am Mrs Ross, the School Counsellor at Glyn - students come and see me for lots of different reasons including - Family Issues; Anxiety; Depression; Bereavement/Loss; Low Self Esteem; Stress (including exams); Sexuality; Self Harm; Long Term Bullying and Anger issues - although this is not a complete list.
 
Counselling can offer a neutral space where students are able to speak confidentially and without judgement and can work through whatever is on their mind. They have half hour sessions either weekly or fortnightly for as long as it is agreed it is helpful for them.
 
Referrals are made via the student's Form Tutor, Head of House or Head of Year, and students can also self refer via the SHARP System Report, whichever feels most comfortable.     
 
I have worked at Glyn for over 10 years and am a member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)."
 
 

 

"I am Karen Cooke, Assistant SENco at Glyn and I oversee the ELSA interventions in the SEND department.  Mrs Wiles, HLTA, Mrs Johnson Learning Support Assistant,  and I are ELSA trained.  ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) helps students with anxiety difficulties, anger regulation, and friendship issues.  The ELSA interventions are designed to help students recognise, understand and manage their emotions to increase success and flourish in school and beyond.

ELSA interventions can be in small groups or 1:1, they are offered on a weekly basis.  Referrals are made by Heads of House or the student’s Form Tutor.  

ELSA is a shorter intervention in comparison to counselling ; and lasts weeks rather than in the longer term."

 
Thrive® promotes children’s and young people’s positive mental health by helping adults know how to be and what to do in response to their differing and sometimes distressed behaviour.

Based on established neuroscience, attachment theory and child development, the Thrive Approach® provides training and an online profiling and action-planning tool to equip adults with the knowledge, insights and resources needed to develop the relationships that help children and young people to flourish and learn.

Referrals are made via the student's Form Tutor, Head of House or Head of Year, and students can also self refer via the SHARP System Report, whichever feels most comfortable.