Kooth – opening the door for mental health support
 
Surrey CAMHS now offers preventative support to children and young people who don’t have a referral via Kooth. Kooth is a confidential and anonymous online service for young people, specifically developed to make it easy and safe for young people to access mental health support as and when they need it, while removing any associated stigma.  

Once signed up, Kooth users have access to BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) trained counsellors available until 10pm, 365 days a year, peer-to-peer support through moderated forums, and a range of self-help materials, co-written by other young people.

Any young person aged 11 – 19 with a Surrey postcode can access the service for free.

You can watch the new Kooth video here.

Read more about Kooth.
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Feature Article
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Newsbites
Poor mental health and wellbeing is increasing in girls
Cafe Hope
Kooth – opening the door for mental health support
News from CYA
Recruit Crew
CYA Groups
CYA in schools
CYA Awards 2017
Our Perspective training
SEND
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Six ways to improve wellbeing
Case study: The Magna Carta School in Runnymede
Quit smoking services in Surrey
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Surrey Opportunities Fair
Wheel of Wellbeing public workshop
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