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Too often people feel afraid to admit they need help around their mental health and emotional wellbeing. We worry about what people will think of us, whether you are a child or young person, adult or grandparent we all at times feel like we are struggling. The important thing to know and remember is you are not alone and help is available.

Who Benefits from Drawing and Talking?

Therapeutic intervention, such as Drawing and Talking
can help children and young people who:

  • Have suffered trauma
  • Have been or are in the process of being adopted or fostered
  • Suffer because of separated or divorced parents
  • Are young carers
  • Are vulnerable teenage parents
  • Experience emotional trauma because of their LGBT status
  • Are socially disadvantaged
  • Are suffering from the effects of domestic violence
  • Suffer from anxiety, stress or phobias
  • Have suffered loss or bereavement of any kind
  • Are withdrawn or continually unhappy
  • Are ill, disabled or autistic
  • Find it difficult to make friends
  • Quarrel frequently with peers or siblings
  • Bully others or is bullied themselves
  • Suffer from disrupted or disturbed sleep
  • Display inappropriate behaviour
  • Do not play
  • Are not realising their full potential either socially or academically
  • Are at risk of being, or have been excluded from school

Therapeutic intervention, such as Drawing and Talking
can help children and young people who:

  • Have suffered trauma¬†recently or in the past
  • Were adopted or in foster care
  • Going through a separation or divorce
  • Carer for their parents or their own child
  • Experience emotional trauma because of their LGBT status
  • Are socially disadvantaged
  • Are suffering from the effects of domestic violence past or present
  • Suffer from anxiety, stress or phobias
  • Have suffered loss or bereavement of any kind
  • Are withdrawn or continually unhappy
  • Families dealing with illness or disabilities
  • Feel isolated, unable to connect with family or friends
  • Find it difficult to control their anger
  • Suffer from disrupted or disturbed sleep
  • Feel dissatisfied with life, stuck in a cycle of behaviours